Via Veneto was an old suburb of Rome full of gardens and luxurious villas. During the 5th century, the area was plundered and became an empty field. During the 17th century, the area recovered its importance - Barberini Palace was build here and later on modern hotels and fancy cafes.

Tourist attractions in the area;

Churches and Basilicas:
Santa Maria della Vittoria, Santa Susanna
Fountains:
Fontana del Tritone, Fontana delle Api
Edifices:
Palazzo Barberini
Renowned Streets:
Via Veneto (La Dolce Vita, Fellini's famous movie, was made here in 1960)

Via Veneto, Rome

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