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Rick Steves' Europe: Rome, Italy

An after-dark walk takes in the Eternal City’s most famous fountains, grand palaces, a soaring temple, candlelit outdoor cafes and street musicians

Via del Corso

Via del Corso street Rome Italy
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Once lined with butcher shops, the Via del Corso is now home to boutiques, jewelry shops and antique dealers. The north end is closed to traffic for a few hours every evening, opening the way for a parade of Romans taking in the night air.

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