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  • JackiH_11
    Bristol, UK149 contributions
    I regularly walk the stretch of the via Flaminia from Acquasparta in Umbria up to the Ponte Fonnaia near Massa Montana. It's only about 3 miles each way but the walk is parallel to the Martani mountains which are beautiful. The walk does come to an abrupt halt where the river Naia crosses it as there is no bridge unfortunately. Walking boots would probably cope but far too wet for trainers!
    Written 12 July 2017
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  • Romanbiker
    Rome, Italy948 contributions
    Careful, if you use this road off from the Flaminia, watch out for the Nigerian prostitutes that might jump on your hood. Badly kept, lack of coherant road signs....
    Written 11 October 2012
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  • VoyagerAimerSourire
    Princeton, NJ647 contributions
    After climbing the (many!) Spanish Steps, we saw Via Sistina to our right and were relieved that it sloped down to the Piazza Barberini. It is the quickest way to get from the Spagna neigborhood to the Barberini neighborhood so it was convenient for us to get back to our hotel. Actually, Via Sistina seemed to be mostly made up of hotels! So not a destination in itself, yet a nice change from the noisy crowds down at Piazza de Spagna.
    Written 21 July 2022
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