Via dei Coronari
Coronari means rosary, and the street is named after the rosaries that shops sold to visitors on their way to the Varican to visit St. Peter's tomb. St. Pater was the first bishop of Rome and died in A.D. 67 after being crucified in the Circus Vaticanus. He is buried on Vatican Hill in St. Peter's Basilica and is believed to be the owner the keys to the kingdom of heaven.
This area is filled with houses with ancient fronts and beautiful small streets, perfect for discovering the old city of Rome at your own pace.