The elongated Piazza Navona with its three impressive fountains, including the Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi with the Egyptian obelisk at its centre, is Rome's most famous and vibrant square. Built in 86 AD, the square used to be a stadium for athletic competitions and could hold up to over 20,000 spectators. The backdrop of Baroque architecture, tourists, street artists, restaurants, and bars make it the perfect setting to cherish the moment.
Address: Piazza Navona, Rome
Opening hours: Open 24/7