Streets of Rome: discovering via dei Coronari

The best way to enjoy Rome and discover all its beautiful and picturesque corners is to get lost in its streets and walk the most hidden alleys.

Walking towards via dei Coronari (Ponte Umberto I)

A few steps from Piazza Navona, but also reachable from Piazza di Ponte Sant’Angelo and from Lungotevere Tor di Nona, Via dei Coronari shows one of the most evocative sides of the city. It’s in the heart of the Eternal City: formerly called “via Recta”, because it connected Piazza Navona with San Pietro, today it’s a place to be discovered.
Closed to traffic, this road is a small oasis of pleasure and surprise. The famous Gelateria del Teatro is located here with an adjoining Osteria del Teatro. But there are also small restaurants, bars and places for high quality street food to choose from like Fresco Coronari or Il Pastaio di Roma. You can also find a supermarket. 
But via dei Coronari is also known for its artisan shops, clothing boutiques, a special perfumery –Essenzialmente Laura– and antique shops. Walking along Via dei Coronari also means being able to buy special items and bring exclusive memories of Rome with you.
A microcosm full of beauty and history, a place to be enjoyed alone or in company, a starting point for an evening among the most popular clubs in the city. From here you can easily reach all the other streets around Piazza Navona- like via di Monte Giordano, via del Governo Vecchio, via della Pace- that host pubs, cafes, restaurants, bars for Italian aperitivo and where the nightlife is more alive than ever. You are spoiled for choice! 
When you want to enjoy the Eternal City, but at the same time stay away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Via dei Coronari is an option to consider, because it always offers moments of authentic delight.
  
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