4mar19--Interesting Fact About Piazza di Spagna : At the base of the steps in Piazza di Spagna you can find the Baroque fountain named Fontana della Barcaccia, "Fountain of the Ugly Boat," built in 1627-29 by Pietro Bernini, who was the father of his more famous son, Gian Lorenzo Bernini. EnJoy EnJoy
Thank you Spagna Royal Suite for hosting this wonderful view! Just saw about 20 people in full 17th century ball gown costumes circle the fountain. Sunday at 4:40 pm Rome time. They looked like the cast of a opera, what a fantastic sighting. (((skylinewebcams)))
3feb19--Interesting Fact About Piazza di Spagna :The stairway was designed by architects Francesco de Sanctis and Alessandro Specchi. EnJoy EnJoy
Debbie, I believe that you were on the Michelangelo staircase leading to Campidoglio and the Capitoline Museum. From the top of the staircase Teatro Marcello would likely be visible to the left as you faced the street. Ciao.
can anyone tell me is there a teatro opera house round the corner from the top of the Spanish steps? when I visited a few years ago I seem remember to walking up a lot of steps and seeing a very long queue around the corner for the opera house,but I cant remember if it actually was the Spanish steps.
@Linda, indeed a nice one, watching it also for almost a hour now.. Happy new Year to all and Thank you to Skyline for that amazing free of charge service
Wow, an open air New Year Concert, what a fabulous setting for it! Happy New Year Skyliners, may it be a peaceful and prosperous one. Never stop chasing that dream!
Why do the webcams start out in the right dimensions and then the sides squeeze in to make everything long and narrow?
BUT ,, YES ,, I MISS THE BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS TREE????? IT IS SO SAAAAD
WOW! THANK YOU SO SO SO MUCH FOR GIVING THE SOUND BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YOU ARE SUPER!! BUON NATALE!!!!!!!! LOVELY ITALY!
Wow! No Christmas tree this year?? I miss the beautiful trees that have been here.
The monumental stairway has a total of 135 steps (the slightly elevated sidewalk to street is often mistaken for the first step).
17nov18--Busy place on this Sat. afternoon. Visitors climb out onto a platform and fill a container for a souvenir from the Ugly Boat fountain waters. EnJoy EnJoy
The Spanish "Steps" often look like the Spanish "Seats".
20oct18--A Thank You to our host, Spagna Royal Suite, for sponsoring this 'live cam' view over the Ugly Boat and the Spanish Steps. A place one must experience, live. EnJoy EnJoy
Oh look, honey....STEPS!!