Climb all 138 steps between the upper Piazza Trinita dei Monti and lower Piazza di Spagna during your visit to Rome.
These stairs, called the Spanish Steps, or Scalina Spagna, were built in the 1720s to link the Trinit‡ dei Monti church with the square. Artists once flocked to these steps to gather creative inspiration, but nowadays you'll find locals and tourists lounging on the Baroque-style staircase. During your jaunt in Rome, venture to this attraction and look for the Fountain of the Old Boat, or visit the Keats-Shelley House. Explore the exhibits at the Giorgio De Chirico House Museum, and then rest up at one of the top Rome hotels near the Spanish Steps.
Expedia.com is here to pair you up with lodging within easy access of this popular Roman landmark. If your travel budget is weighing over you, don't fret. Browse our cheap deals on hotels near the Spanish Steps in Rome to keep your travels within your price range. From hotels with concierge services and Wi-Fi areas to lodging with continental breakfasts and lounges, you're certain to find your perfect match. You can even rent a car in Rome, so you can zoom off in to The Eternal City without breaking the bank.