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What you should know about Navona

The neighborhood that centers on Piazza Navona is one of the most beautiful and varied in Rome, combining ancient history and heritage with the more modern attractions of fabulous restaurants and upscale stores. The elegant square is among the city’s most cherished architectural showcases, with its flamboyant fountains surrounded by ornate mansions and grand palaces. This colorful quarter buzzes with life day and night as street performers and pavement artists rub shoulders with shoppers and diners, making it one of the city’s best spots for people-watching.

Hotels in Navona


Fashionable, affluent Navona is one of the most stylish addresses in Rome. This is reflected in its hotel offerings, with an especially wide choice at the luxury end of the market. Palazzo Navona offers a modern take on Baroque opulence with unique artisan furnishings. Enjoy spectacular views from the exclusive rooftop terrace while sampling the highly acclaimed wine from the cellar of this prestigious 4-star Navona hotel. Hotel Lunetta is a charming boutique hotel in Navona that pampers its guests with a sumptuous spa and romantic roof garden. Baghirova in Rome is a luxury Navona B&B housed in a 16th-century Renaissance palace with many carefully preserved original features.

Things to see in Navona


Navona is on most people’s must-see lists for one very good reason: Bernini’s world-famous Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi, which dates back to 1651. This lavish fountain, created in honor of Pope Innocent X, features a huge Roman obelisk surrounded by 4 giants representing the great Ganges, Plate, Danube, and Nile rivers. At opposite ends of the piazza, 2 smaller but equally finely wrought fountains can be admired. The Museum of Rome, housed in the Palazzo Braschi, chronicles the art, history, and culture of the city from the Middle Ages through to the 19th century. Visit this stunning neoclassical landmark to view its fascinating collections of documents, books, paintings, and photographs. Close by is the Church of Sant’Agnese in Agone, built on the site of the martyrdom of St. Agnes. This baroque masterpiece was the breakthrough project of Roman architect Francesco Borromini, whose radical ideas can still be traced in many of the city’s most cherished public buildings.

Good for couples


Charming restaurants, beautiful squares, and quaint alleyways make this area the perfect hideaway for a couples’ escape. Cozy up with your other half in one of the 5-star hotels in Navona boasting palatial rooms and panoramic views. The neighborhood has a romantic photo opportunity around every corner; for a truly special memento, browse the original artworks for sale in the piazza or get your portrait painted together by one of the street artists. At night, explore the area’s maze of narrow streets to treat your other half to a romantic meal over a bottle of vino in some of the best restaurants Rome has to offer.

How to get to Navona


Those flying into either of Rome’s international airports, Leonardo da Vinci or Ciampino, can easily reach their Navona hotel on public transportation. The former has regular bus and rail links to Rome’s Termini station, while the latter offers numerous direct bus services to the city center and Termini. From there, hop on a bus or metro, both of which have stops near Piazza Navona. The square itself and the surrounding streets are delightful places to stroll around on foot, and the metro and public buses can be used to explore further afield.

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