Hailed as a masterpiece of Baroque architecture, the Piazza Navona is bristling with life in a hundred shops, restaurants and eateries that surround this historical place. One of the most beautiful squares in the historical capital city of Rome, Piazza Navona is the one of the most frequented tourist spots in the city. With three splendid fountains, a baroque church in the background and a lane full of restaurants and street performers, this square surely looks like a dream. As you take a stroll around the fountains you would witness paintings being put on display by the local artists, the smell of fresh street food being cooked and the magicians, dancers, singers and gymnasts bringing life and energy into gazing passersby.
The Piazza Navona was worked on by Borromini and Bernini. It is populated by street cafes and open-air performances and a very festive atmosphere. You could go there to wonder at the architectural magnificence as you sip on some of the best coffee, while a local street performer plays the most melodious tunes in the background. This is a great place for history buffs, families, couples and even solo travellers!
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