1. Walk off that pasta
The Spanish Steps present at the Piazza de Spagna constitute a colossal stairway which ascends a vertical incline between the plaza located at the base and the Trinità dei Monti church at the very top. Created in the early 1700’s, this flight of stairs comprising of 138 steps is undoubtedly the longest as well as broadest stairway in Europe. After checking out the plaza, move up the stairway and find a seat to obtain an excellent view of the busyness below, and to perform some people-watching: college students, designers, vacationers, as well as portrait-sketchers are likely to hang around here.