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Via Margutta
Via Margutta

Via Margutta

Via Margutta, Tridente, Rome, Lazio , 00187

The basics

Via Margutta is not a street lined with sights, but there are a couple of places to pause—the former home of Italian film director Federico Fellini and a small fountain known as the Fontana delle Arti. You won’t find the lane as part of most city tours, but some walking tours do include it, particularly those focused on art or “hidden gems.”

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Things to know before you go

*Via Margutta is ideal for those looking to get off the beaten path in Rome. *The lane is cobbled, like many of Rome’s streets, so high heels are not recommended. *Attractions within walking distance of Via Margutta include the Spanish Steps, Villa Borghese, and the River Tiber.

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How to get there

Via Margutta runs parallel to the longer Via del Babuino, which stretches between Piazza del Popolo and Piazza di Spagna. The closest Metro station is Spagna on Line A.

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When to get there

A public street, Via Margutta doesn’t open or close. It’s a nice place to arrive around midday in warmer months, when the sun starts to beat down and you’re looking for a shadier, cooler spot in the city. Twice a year, the “100 Pittori di Via Margutta” (100 Painters of Via Margutta) festival takes place along the lane, where Italian and international artists set up stalls to exhibit their work.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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