Behind the Plaza de Espana, there is a white church on the high ground. What people see is its side facade, but this angle is so famous that they have forgotten what the front facade looks like. The steps below are full of people.
The Holy Trinity Church is just above the Plaza de España. There are so many steps in the Plaza de España. The Holy Trinity Church can be regarded as a cathedral, and it also has an obelisk. The stone church is really beautiful, but it’s a pity. The door does not open here on the first of the month
The church is also an important Catholic church in Europe, and the style of this church is similar, including many sits around the world, the overall structure of the church is perfect, you can enjoy a lot of characteristics here.
Great place to watch the sunset in Rome. The drawback is that it can get a bit crowded with all the tourists and people hawking their wares. There is an elevator from the Spagna metro stop to the top for those that might have issues climbing all the stairs. It is worth climbing up for some decent panoramas of the city.
It's amazing how the churches that appear small in Rome look so grand inside, while churches that look grand like the Trinità dei Monti can actually be so modest within. This church, located at the top of the Spanish Steps, holds regular service that visitors can participate in. It's also full of art, though not as much as many of the other churches in Centro Storico.
Behind the Plaza de España, looking at the Holy Trinity Church from the Spanish Steps is still very style. The church is also very beautiful and has a lot of finely crafted content, which can be appreciated, a nice place