A wonderful Baroque creation. Built in 1723 by the architect Francesco De Santis, it consists of a succession of ramps each made up of twelve steps (total of a hundred and thirty eight steps). Wagner, Liszt, Balzac, Stendhal, Rubens, Tennyson, Byron e Keats, and many other different artists loved to live in the surroundings that are today full of the highest Italian fashion boutiques.
Check our apartments in the Spanish Steps Area:
Click here to locate Trinità Dei Monti staircase.