Piazza di Trevi, Rome
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Piazza di Trevi features Baroque grandeur and the Trevi Fountain, one of Rome's most iconic elements. The fountain, completed in 1762, stands 26.3 m (86 ft) tall. The square and the fountain mark the former terminus of one of the Roman Empire's primary aqueducts, built in 19 BCE. You can relax with a gelato in front of the fountain and admire the pastel buildings. Be sure to toss a coin in the water before you leave. According to Roman legend, this ensures you will return one day. Pickpockets enjoy this area as much as tourists, so be aware of your belongings. Plan your visit to Piazza di Trevi and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Rome itinerary planner.
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Finally got to see it with water! Visited last year when it was empty and being worked on and it looked impressive then. With the water it is incredible. At night the lights add to its presence. This ... read more »
Don't expect to see this alone, unless you get there at 2 am maybe. It's packed, find a nice spot, take a clever angled photo and enjoy an ice cream. We were lucky the day after we saw it they shut an... read more »
Атмосферное местечко. Люди приходят сюда не только полюбоваться и сделать памятное фото, но и провести время. Просто посидеть и напитаться этим местом.Atmospheric place. People come here not only to admire and make memorable images, but also spend time. Just sit back and soak up the place.show original
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