If you have been to Rome for a holiday and have not visited the Public Squares of the place, it is obvious that your tour is not complete. Not only Rome but throughout Italy, the Public Squares holds the list of major attractions. It is also known that these squares are usually called the ‘core’ of the city of Rome.
The Public Squares of Rome represent the history of several centuries of this popular spot of the globe. The squares there are referred as ‘Piazza’ and are must visit places. The squares are the ultimate places where you can come to know about the culture of the Roman people and their lifestyle. These squares of the legendary city of Rome are the perfect place to mingle with friends and enrich your knowledge of history by exploring the place. The most common squares of this city which you can in no way miss to visit are,
Largo Di Torre Argentina: in this place you can find the remains of the famous Pompey’s theatre and also includes the Four Republican era temples that Rome has. A huge population of cats has got a home in this Piazza by the local group of people who advocate the animal rights and were hated by Mussolini.
Piazza De Spagna: in this square of Rome, many weddings take place and that is the reason why this place has become very famous. Moreover, in this Piazza you can see the most beautiful and extra ordinary architectures of the eighteenth century. This square achieved recognition throughout the world because of the charming “Spanish Steps” that compliment the Trinita Dei Monti chuch perfectly.
Piazza Dei Trevi: If you have read about the Fontana Dei Trevi in the fables and want to check it out, then this Piazza is a must visit one. As this square is not too big, it tends to get crowded by the visitors within afternoon. So it is advisable for you to set for this place a bit early to avoid too much of rush.