Piazza Venezia is a square and central hub in Rome, Italy. It is an intersection of roads that stretch through the city. The square is situated at the foot of Capitoline Hill, next to the Vittorio Emanuele II. The square is well known due to it being the place of many important speeches during 1920-1940, mainly from the dictator Mussolini. It gets its name from the Palazzo Venezia which was built by the Venetian Cardinal.
The best way to get to the Piazza is either by bus or the city's metro system: by bus take the 40 which runs from the Termini station; by metro get off at the ‘Colosseo’ stop on the B line, which is a short walk from the Piazza.
Opening Times and Admission
The piazza is an open public space. You can visit the piazza at any hour. The piazza is normally busy during the day with cars passing through it.