Rome’s Tridente is home to many of the city’s beloved sights, including the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain and the magnificent churches of the Piazza del Popolo. Next to these Italian baroque icons are Rome’s most glamorous high-fashion boutiques; if you want to splurge on Gucci, Fendi and Valentino, do it here. Many of the city’s most glamorous hotels are in this neighbourhood too, and it remains an incredibly desirable place to be. Not only are you within walking distance of most of Rome’s main attractions, but you’re also surrounded by marble wonders and historic townhouses. Step out of your accommodation and you’ll find yourself on scenic squares lined with palm trees and some of the city’s most elegant restaurants. Guests at this cosy one-bed flat can even take a selfie with the Trevi Fountain without ever stepping outside; it’s not every day that can you stay somewhere that overlooks one of Europe’s most popular tourist attractions. However, Tridente comes at a cost, and you’ll want to ensure your pockets are full to get the best out of staying in this neighbourhood.