Via del Corso
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- 98%Local Culture
- 75%Family Travelers
- 74%Budget Travelers
- 51%Green Travelers
- 51%History Buffs
Member Reviews (17)
- Via del CorsoMember ofFamily TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 14Oct 12, 2013
Like Via Condotti, this is one major streets of Rome filled with shops but unlike Condotti, you can find more affordable non branded goods. Great to just window shop and walk around.Recommended for:
- Via del CorsoMember ofFamily TravelersOutdoor EnthusiastsHistory Buffs+ 1Mar 11, 2013
A beautiful street full of old buildings . All of Great brands and retailers are situated @ this street and the connections . At two ends of the street you can visit piaza venezia & piaza del popolo .
- Via del CorsoCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesBackpackers+ 4First to ReviewAug 10, 2013
Via del Corso is one of the stradas worth walking in Rome. It's quite large, and it feeds into the Piazza del Popolo. The other end connects to Piazza Venezia. Along the way, your sure to recognize the tall-standing Piazza Colonna, where a glorious column of Marcus Aurelius can be found.Recommended for:
- Via del CorsoFirst to ReviewOct 28, 2012
The silver people in the street. Give them coins and you will hear how they create noise of their own for just 3secs. It's fun watching them, tourists love giving coins for them to make noise. Not a bad idea for entertaining tourists on this area. :)
- Via del CorsoSep 27, 2012
When I lived in Rome, I had an apartment by the Colosseum so Via del Corso was an easy walk away. I would come here whenever I needed clothes or souvenirs. Naturally, they had a bunch of Italian and European stores that I'd never heard of, but from what I can recall, they were relatively affordable (especially in comparison to the luxury shops by the Spanish Steps). There are a few stores here that any American female shopper would recognize like H and M and Zara (the former of which I had visited much, much more often than planned)!