Originally constructed in the 16th century, the Trinita dei Monti, which is probably more famous for being the backdrop to the Spanish Steps, is a beautiful church that’s definitely worth weaving your way up the steps.
Inside this Gothic beauty, you’ll be treated to some amazing artwork: sculptures and a fresco-lined dome all beautifully adorn this holy space. Whether you’re looking to grab as much history as you can or you’re feeling like burning off all of that pasta you’ve been eating, step up the Spanish Steps and into Trinita dei Monti. You’ll be in for a treat.
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