A Walk Down Via dei Coronari in Rome

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Rome is a beautiful city to get lost in.

But with so many perfectly imperfect twisting lanes, there are only a few that I will go out of my way for.
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Via dei Coronari is a street that I can always make time for.

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It is the perfect Roman street.

The flaking paint jobs are movie-set perfect.

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And the pedestrians are always a mix of well-heeled Romans and clergy.

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Plus, it is home to Gelateria del Teatro, and its perfect gelato break steps.

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In spring, it smells of jasmine.

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And any time of year you can stop into Essenzialmente Laura to take a bottle of Roman inspired perfume home.

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Via dei Coronari is packed with antique dealers and art galleries, if you are looking for a one of a kind item to warm your home.

Or even if you simply want to window shop after a wander through Piazza Navona.

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And there is always a low murmur of friends catching up over an outdoor meal.

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Walk slowly, and enjoy.

14 thoughts on “A Walk Down Via dei Coronari in Rome

    • Natalie says:

      Ha! Actually, Via dei Coronari gets its name from the rosary sellers who used to be found on the street. The straight cobblestone road leads to a bridge that continues on to the Vatican, so it was a natural spot for them to set up shop!

  1. Danielle says:

    I love how you wrote a post for September events do you have any information about events during the first week or so in October ??

  2. Linda says:

    My friend and I are in Rome right this minute renting an apartment on Via Panico and Coronari. Looking forward to heading that way tonight for dinner!

  3. Doug Goldberg says:

    Natalie, I once walked a long narrow street filled with antique & home goods stores. At dusk, lamps were lit seemingly about every 30 yards. It was packed with locals, totally sumptuous. Could that have been Coronari?

  4. Cathy Bridges says:

    Hi Natalie. We will be staying at Antica Dimora De Michaelis, on Via Dei Coronari 14 so I am so pleased to read your comments. Is there a restaurant close by that you recommend for dinner?

  5. Ron says:

    “Rome, thou art a whole world, it is true, and yet without love this
    World would not be the world, Rome would cease to be Rome…”

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