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Via Veneto and the 'Dolce Vita'

Via Veneto owes its fame to the fashionable social events of Rome in the fifties and sixties, the period in which its luxury hotels and its cafés were packed with actors and VIPs. Fame to which the film director Federico Fellini contributed with his famous film 'La Dolce Vita'. At the end of the street is Piazza Barberini, known for the Fontana del Tritone, by Bernini. From here, walking up Via Quattro Fontane, we reach the Piazza del Quirinale, the residence of the President of the Italian Republic.