From there we walked to the famous Spanish Steps. Something wasn't okay with our luck that day, because the steps were closed for renovation for a few months! We took a few pics, sat around in the crowd for sometime and then took the metro home from there, finally calling it a day!
The first thing to see once you exit the metro station at Spagna is the Spanish steps, named after the Spanish Embassy nearby. The steps connect both the Embassy and the Trinita dei Monti church (that was under French patronage) with the Holy See - the seat of the Catholic Church in Rome. See more facts about the Spanish steps here. There are around 135 steps to climb, and if you are not in a mood to climb them all, don’t worry there’s a lift right next to the metro station.
Spanish Steps :it is a set of steps which will lead you to see the beautiful view of the city.
So we headed to the Spanish Steps. It was very crowded. The shops in the plaza were all luxury shops but if you wander further outwards you'll be able to see lots of other high street brands and other types of shops. It was nice walking around.
Spanish Steps are a set of steps in Rome, Italy, climbing a steep slope between the Piazza di Spagna at the base and Piazza Trinita dei Monti. A joyride on the horse cart is a must in Rome and specially at Spanish Steps.Everyone must try the roadside roman snacks and local food.