Follow in the kitten-heeled footsteps of Princess Anya visiting ace reporter Joe Bradley in the 1950’s classic film Roman Holiday with your own slow stroll down the via Margutta. Track down the addresses of former famous residents. Federico Fellini lived at No. 110 , Truman Capote at No. 33 and the fictional Joe Bradley at No. 51.
Once a route for religious pilgrims to reach Saint Peters, the via dei Coronari gets its name from the rosary sellers Coronari who lined the street. Now in modern day Rome, this appealing street still retains it’s medieval feel and is known for the many antique shops filled with shopping treasures and tiny alcoves perfect for stolen kisses.