Centro Storico, Rome Overview

Centro Storico is a historical centre located in the heart of the city of Rome. The whole region can be covered on foot and consists of the best historical monuments located in the city of Rome. Centro Storico is the place where every tourist should spend the maximum of their time in Rome. With the classic baroque architectural buildings, well laid pavements to walk on and the best shopping and dining places in the city, Centro Storico will give you every piece of satisfaction. A walk throughout the region will definitely prove to be the best walk of your life.

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During the ancient rome period, the same region was called Campus Martius. During that time, it was on the outskirts of the city centre and was only visited for some sporting events and some temples like the Pantheon. Slowly and slowly, as the city centre shifted, it became the bustling place full of crowd as more and more shops came settling in.


  1. Wear comfortable shoes as you would be walking the whole day.
  2. Give a try to the street food and vendors that lie on the side of the streets. 
  3. Carry enough water bottle with you.

Sightseeing in and around Centro Storico

Pantheon: It was once a temple that is now converted to a church. It was completed under the rule of Hadrian, however a certain date isn’t specified. It is one of the best examples of a preserved monument that is still being used by the public.

Piazza Navona: One of the most popular squares in the city with a beauty that will mesmerize any tourist. With fountains, churches and a street full of artists and performers, this place is the life of the city.

Via Dei Condotti: It is a paradise for shopping lovers with the best of brands like Zara, H&M, Gucci, Dolce and Gabbana and Bulgari. It is the most luxurious street and will definitely make you feel like you’re in a movie.

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