Piazza Navona, the symbol of Baroque, is one of the most famous squares of Rome.
Its shape is that of an ancient stadium, when usually the square was flooded in August to relieve the heat.
In ancient times the square was concave, the three fountains were clogged so the water came out to flood the square and offer refreshment to the people.
Surely you will passing through Piazza Navona, visiting Rome …
At number 71, a romantic door for an unexpected surprise, The Home Suite Rome, a Luxury Relais with suitable prices to the breathtaking view…
Don’t forget to look up….
…and all around you.
I’d like to suggest you s a very nice walk in the historic center of Rome…
a tiny ancient and very popular street
where the orange/yellow color of Rome is shining
one of the most elegant view in Rome
where you can avoid the crowd of Via Condotti (a step from here)
and enjoy a lovely stop
before continuing your walk….
Have a nice day!
You’ve seen quite a few ancient ruins?
But maybe, you’ll also run into cute characters and over the top, like the artist who often “exhibits” in front of the Ara Pacis Museum!
He has a solo show, you may visiting and strolling along the wire that leads from one work to another…
Eclectic character, a true artist!
Now, with classical music appointment.
So, go straight to Piazza Navona to hear the piano concert, with music by Chopin, Rachmaninoff and Liszt.
St. Agnese in Agone
Piazza Navona, Rome
Concerts in the Borromini Sacristy
Tickets: € 10, entering the Church