Via Margutta, the street of artists

Via Margutta is one of the beautiful streets of Rome. Located in one of the most central, historical and most visited places in the city, the Campo Marzio neighborhood. It’s a side street to Via del Babuino, one of the most fascinating roads, which connects Piazza del Popolo to the Spanish Steps.

It’s streets like Via Margutta that make Rome an overwhelming and intriguing mix of cultures, art and atmosphere. It is called the “Street of artists”. For the incredible galleries, where artists of all kind, come to display their work. Where poets find their inspiration.

It’s where many street artists lay out their detailed paintings.

It’s where many well-known figures in the Roman spotlight reside through the years. Federico Fellini, Anna Magnani, Giulietta Masina and even painters like Giorgio de Chirico, called Via Margutta their home.

The narrow street of Via Margutta comes to life. If you look up, you’ll see old buildings adorned in ivy creating green and live facades. Also making the sense of the artistic atmosphere become oh so real and alive.

To learn all about the real Roman culture and lifestyle, get lost in the romantic, poetic, secret Eternal City. When in Rome, add Via Margutta, to your itinerary.

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