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The Scalinata di Spagna, or Spanish Steps, are an icon of Roman life and join the Piazza di Spagna with the church of Trinita dei Monti with its twin towers that dominate the skyline.

The Spanish Steps are usually very crowded during the summer months, with tourists sitting, chatting, and taking a rest from visiting the designer shops that adorn the area. Please beware, however, that even though It may seem like a good place to eat a picnic lunch, the Italian authorities, in an attempt to keep the area clean, have banned visitors from eating whilst sitting on the steps.