Via Giulia

The perfect place to take a stress-free stroll on a busy or otherwise mundane day is, Via Giulia. A cobbled street wide enough you won’t have to elbow your way to get anywhere, or get caught in a series of bodily collisions with rushing locals, is quite a unique Roman experience. It was comissioned by Pope Julius II, from whom the name was derived, and is home to several beautiful churches, cultural buildings, and elegant palazzi.

Via Giulia, Roma, Lazio, Italia


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