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Rome for lovers: more locations for your romantic gestures

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Tourists dipping in Rome's fountains

5 things (plus one) you can not do in Rome!

Compared to other cities worldwide, Rome provides a very accommodating, free environment to all of its visitors. For instance, you can dress however you like, provided your clothing is modest enough when you visit local churches. If you’re a young mother, you can breastfeed in public – no one will bat an eyelid (if they […]

Moor Fountain

The Moor Fountain is located in the southern area of Piazza Navona, in front of the Pamphilj family’s palace. It takes its name from the central sculpture representing an Ethiopian fighting with a dolphin, realised in 1654 by Gian Antonio Mari on a project by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. The fountain was originally projected in 1576 […]

Fountain of the Four Rivers

Piazza Navona is one of the most popular and dynamic area in Rome. The huge square, characterised by the elongated-shape deriving from the pre-existing Domitian Stadium, is famous for its three monumental fountains. The central one is the Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers), a masterpiece realised by Gian Lorenzo Bernini between […]

Trevi Fountain

One of the most important late-Baroque works of art in Rome, the Trevi Fountain is a true wander, a jewel of marble and water, as well as a symbolic representation of the main element of nature, water; the architectural elements themselves seem to be sculptured by the force of this vital liquid. It is the […]

Fountains in Piazza Farnese

Close to Piazza Campo de’ Fiori we find Piazza Farnese, a beautiful and elegant square overlooked by the imposing Palazzo Farnese, seat of the French Ambassy in Rome. On the two sides, the square is decorated by two symmetrical Egyptian granite fountains, realised by the Italian architect Girolamo Rainaldi on commission of the Farnese family, […]

Fontana del Mascherone

Via Giulia, a street created during the Renaissance under Pope Julius II from whom derives its name, is a romantic and not-to-be-missed promenade in the heart of the Eternal City. Following the Tiber stream, today via Giulia runs from Ponte Sisto in Rome Trastevere to the beautiful church of San Giovanni dei Fiorentini, while according […]


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