“All roads lead to Rome,” as the saying goes. And when you arrive there, you’ll most likely find the city’s roads filled with two things: traffic jams and Vespa scooters weaving in and out of the gridlock.
A beloved icon of la dolce vita and modern Italian culture, the stylish scooters are celebrated in a small permanent exhibition located beneath a bike hire store near the Imperial Forum. Visitors who venture into the basement of the Bici & Baci shop will find a Vespa shrine with vintage models from across the decades.
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