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The Piazza del Popolo square is considered to be the northern entrance to the city of Rome.
Bordered by the Porta del Popolo, this massive square is surrounded by fountains and churches, and there is an Flaminio Obelisk in the centre that is almost 40 metres tall. Closed off to cars, it is not uncommon to find Rome locals enjoying a break on one of the many benches and stairs.Several fountains border the Piazza. One remarkable fountains is on the west side, dedicated to the god Neptune. Opposite it is a path that connects to the Pincian Hill, one of the city’s mountains from where you can enjoy some spectacular views. The Piazza is a good starting or end point for a walk, as it is where three of the city’s major arteries conjoin: the Via del Corso street, one of Rome’s axes that goes all the way to the Piazza Venezia square with the monument to Vittorio Emanuele II; the Via della Scrofa street, which borders the Tiber River and the Mausoleum of Augustus; and the Via del Babuino street that ends up at the Piazza di Spagna square. The Piazza is also very close to the Villa Borghese gardens. The roads are separated by the churches of Santa Maria dei Miracoli and Santa Maria in Montesano. They were considered to be twins due to the similarity of their architecture and, although they are not exact copies, they both date back to the 17th century. On the other side of the Piazza is the less-famous Basilica of Santa Maria del Popolo, whose origins date back to the 11th century and whose major renovations were carried out by Raphael. Here the main attraction are the two works of art by the famous Caravaggio. In this area you can find the Villa Borghese Saba car park. It is open 24 hours a day and is one of the best options for parking.

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Rome has many valuable historical treasures that tell the city’s history and are a must-see for any tourist. Among the wide range of tourist attractions found in the city, the most remarkable ones include the Colosseum, considered to be one of the seven wonders of the modern world; the Capitoline Wolf statue, symbol of Rome; and the Basilica of San Pedro, located in the Vatican City. To visit these places of interest and many others, we recommend using our Saba public car parks so that you can easily move around the city.