The most famous Roman fountain of the XVIII century, where every guest of the city is simply obliged to throw a coin for happiness. In a week, coins are thrown in the amount of several thousand euros. All money is given to a charity fund. The sculptural composition of the fountain consists of the figure of the sea god Neptune on a chariot and its satellites. 16 architects fought for the right to work on the construction of the fountain.
Piazza di Trevi, Roma
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The fountain itself is amazingly beautiful! It is quite packed with people throughout the day. Go at night! The lights on the water make it feel surreal. Also less people. Definitely check it out if you're in Rome.
It is a really nice fountain. The architecture and design of the Trevi Fountain is just brilliant. With it being free, it can get very crowded very fast so I recommend going really early if you want it all to yourself. You can also go late or ch.. Read more »oose the off season.
Absolutely beautiful structure and sculptures, if you don't go to see it on your visit you are just crazy.
Beware - it's nearly always packed, take a selfie stick to get better shots or climb the steps of the church in the corner. I got luc.. Read more »ky and arrived whilst it was relatively quiet, but worth it despite the crowds.
As luck would have it a few really nice places to eat nearby too. Really worthwhile and beautiful.
What a beautiful spot to visit that is accessible to the public! We visited twice - once during the daytime and again that night on a golf cart city tour. Slower times to visit are between 1-6am daily. People are constantly moving in and out of the a.. Read more »rea so you can get to the fountain relatively quickly. Beware of pick pocketers and those trying to give you "free" bracelets.
Mauricio Acosta (Mauricio
The Trevi Fountain in Rome is a mesmerizing work of art and a true gem of the Eternal City. As I approached this iconic masterpiece, the sound of cascading water grew louder, building anticipation. When I finally laid eyes on it, I was captivated by .. Read more »its grandeur. The intricate sculptures, especially Neptune, exude an aura of power and grace.
Tossing a coin into the fountain, as tradition dictates, was a moment of pure joy. The crystal-clear waters shimmered in the sunlight, and I couldn't help but make a wish. The Trevi Fountain's architecture and history make it a symbol of Rome's timeless charm. It's a place where art, culture, and legends converge, leaving a lasting impression that will stay with you long after you've left its enchanting presence.
Spectacular. Not my taste as I prefer antiquity but impressive as a baroque masterpiece of aquatic art. Would love to do behind the scenes tour.
Recommend that visits be made early morning or towards sunset for shade if visiting in the summer and to.. Read more » avoid excessive crowds. It's in a small piazza and was wall to wall with people at 5pm.
The fountain was a spectacular site today surrounded with beautiful weather, we arrived at 15:00 local time on a Tuesday and safe to say there were at least 1500 people there taking photos and all pushing to get a photo close to the fountains edge. I.. Read more »t's very hard to get through the crowd. Beautiful clear water with an aqua blue background. Very happy to have seen it first hand. 😀
It's another bucket list location which we visited in July 2023, yes, when the weather was hitting 40C! Not ideal but didn't spoil the experience.
The fountain is truly amazing, make sure to really spend time looking over the detail of th.. Read more »e fountain, lots of gems within the design of it.
Just remember it's a popular spot, you are not going to get the place to yourself by any means. Easily thousands at any one time.
Also worth visiting both in the day time and at night.
We had a great time in the fountain with friends and took some lovely pictures. It was enjoyable to be in the water, tossing coins and making memories. Despite it being 5:00 AM, there was still a large crowd waiting for us to take pictures. This plac.. Read more »e is quite famous, and people often visit with their loved ones. The night is especially beautiful.
Obviously, the fountain is beautiful. We came twice when it was so crowded we did not get close to the fountain. On our last day we woke up before dawn and arrived before 6 AM...there was probably only 20 people there. So it was a really nice experi.. Read more »ence.
Unfortunately, there was no control over the street vendors during crowded times. This was the only place in Italy where we were approached not once but twice by people who were obviously trying to pick our pockets.
Super touristy and crazy crowded but well worth it. Even at 8am in the middle of June, the fountain was already crowded but still no where near the crowd later in the day! It got so packed at 3pm that I headed up to the bar at the hotel overlooking t.. Read more »he fountain instead to escape the crowd and it was well worth with a view from a different angle.
Absolutely breathtaking, a very moving experience! A must see if you're in Rome. The surrounding area is filled with great shops, restaurants and bars. Stroll through the streets, eating Gelato of course!! And don't forget to throw a coin.. Read more » into the fountain. 💚🤍❤️
Trevi Fountain in Rome is a captivating masterpiece that enchants visitors with its grandeur and allure. This iconic landmark is a must-see when exploring the Eternal City. However, if you wish to capture stunning photographs without the crowds, it i.. Read more »s advisable to avoid peak hours and instead visit early in the morning, preferably before 9 am.
Trevi Fountain's beauty is truly mesmerizing. The cascading waters, intricate sculptures, and exquisite details create a magical atmosphere that transports you to another time. Tossing a coin into the fountain is a customary tradition believed to bring good luck and ensure a return to Rome.
During peak times, the fountain can become quite crowded, making it challenging to find a quiet moment to admire its splendor or take photos. By visiting in the early morning, you can enjoy a more serene experience, with fewer people around, allowing you to fully appreciate the fountain's beauty and capture memorable snapshots.
In conclusion, Trevi Fountain is a captivating oasis in the heart of Rome. To make the most of your visit, especially if you wish to take pictures and avoid the crowds, it is advisable to plan an early morning visit before 9 am. This way, you can immerse yourself in the fountain's enchantment and create lasting memories in a more tranquil setting.
Very beautiful and incredibly packed. We swung around a few times throughout the week hoping to get a better view of it and that was the trick! This fountain is gorgeous and definitely requires you to take your time to soak it all in.
Beware of the c.. Read more »rowds but overall a wonderful stop and a great place to capture on camera.
Came here on Chinese New Year’s Eve in January. I guess this place is never empty😂 beautiful statues with the lights shine through the water. Excited people including us standing next to it were making wishes. Love it 🥰. I think night time with.. Read more » the lights on the fountain looks even better. Had a dinner in a restaurant next to it, food was ok and servers not that friendly.
It’s beautiful fountain with a million of visitors! First day I was there at around 11 am it’s already packed!! And another day I reached there at 6.30am and it’s already around hundred people were there but it is a lot better than .. Read more »the first day, so if you wish to have a nice photo shoot I recommend to go very early in the morning or go late at night as this place is open 24 hours
Very beautiful place!
I only had time for a day in Rome so this place was one of places I went. I guess it's very crowded everyday but I didn't feel regret at all to visit one of the most famous fountain of the world. Even it looks super .. Read more »packed but still has room to walk through another side. There are security guards watching tourists and warning that you can't sit on the edge of the fountain.
We got there around 830am and thought it was going to be packed but it really wasn't too bad. The fountain is huge and gorgeous and definitely worth the stop to see it. When done admiring it, walk all the way to the right of the fountain and the.. Read more »re is a smaller fountain where you can fill up your water bottles and take more pictures.
Magnificent piece of artwork. Can’t call it a fountain. Worth seeing. Located in the heart of Rome. Hidden among busy streets. Be ready to meet huge amount of people crowding in front of the fountain. If you fancy a picture without people then .. Read more »better to visit in very early morning.
Cool place. It’s really grandiose and very peaceful despite of hundreds of people around it. It’s deep inside a very busy area of the city and I wasn’t expecting it to be so “in the middle” of the city. It’s litera.. Read more »lly surrounded (very closely) to busy streets with hundreds of people walking by, cars squeezing through them, scooters and delivery bikes crossing them all!
In my mind this was in a large square or plaza, like many other monuments in Rome.
It’s definitely worth the visit. You may even find a spot where you can take a picture that will give the impression that the place is only yours. I did, but I was definitely surrounded by a lot of people!
Remarkable is all I can say. Beautiful white marble. It was a little crowded but didn't have a problem in the month of November. Getting some really good pictures. Definitely worth a visit and it's free and you can take some time and sit an.. Read more »d just enjoy at the moment.
Stunning! So glad we made time to swing by and see the majesty of this public art in a small unassuming square. Photos don't do it justice. It's especially impressive at night. We emerged from a small side street to see this massively gorge.. Read more »ous fountain with rippling turquoise water all lit up against the evening's black sky. Just glorious! I'd expect nothing less from Rome.
Beautiful! There are many restaurants and souvenir stores around. During the afternoon it was crowded but in the evening, it's getting harder to have a nice photo spot where there aren't many people around, it was even so hard to walk. Mayb.. Read more »e come here a bit early to catch a nice glimpse of this masterpiece.
A very cool place. Fountain is impressive. But the amount of people around makes it difficult to get a good space and view. A lot of hustler who take pictures and stick out hand for money - this is my minus one star.
Such an amazing piece of art! So well preserved. The structure and sculptures are beautiful, one of the most amazing places in Rome. It’s a shame that it’s always so crowded, because you have to wait a lot to get close to the fountain. Th.. Read more »e water is clean and has a beautiful color.
Absolutely beautiful, very busy. Would recommend not going on Monday, Wednesday or Friday mornings as it gets cleaned but only takes an hour or two to complete, so stop by a cafe while you wait. Absolutely stunning when on
Awesome place. This place was a lot more beautiful than I expected. The architecture was amazing and so well kept. It's very well lit at night and also really nice to look at it during the day. It's in a nice area with other beautiful build.. Read more »ings (one right across from the fountain, see picture) and souvenir shops! As many others say this is a must stop while your in Rome, you will not be disappointed!
Absolutely loved it.
Keep your belongings safe because there are a lot of sketchy people around and it's very busy. Everyone is trying to get the same photo and when taking a photo people walk in front of you. So a lot of patience is required.
P.. Read more »lenty of places to buy a gelato to cool down and also refresh yourself with the water from the fountain. It's fantastic. Such a beautiful place.
Enjoy and take in the surroundings. It's really lovely.
UPDATED 2022: Still one of the busiest spots in Rome I think, but beautiful and still some great spots for those all important photos. I'm glad we went back to see it again, but in 33 degree heat all I wanted to do was jump in the fountain. Love.. Read more »ly to sit on the steps opposite for a bit of lunch with a view - you can still admire the fountain but you're out the way of the crowds.
Beautiful place, busy but plenty of places to get great photos!
Beautiful and iconic. A must see. Was busy during the day, but we didn't have to wait long to get to the front. Went back at night hoping it would be quiet, for some nice night time photos, however it was still very busy at 10:30pm. So would sug.. Read more »gest going very early instead.
It is okay but I don't really get the hype with it. Rome is full of fountains, but this is maybe the biggest. It it extremely crowded. It is one of that places, landmarks you just need to cross of your list in a big city. From an architectural p.. Read more »oint of view it is very beautiful.
In my opinion the nicest of the usual tourist attractions, lovely little square & not too busy this time of year although I wonder in the summer if you could get anywhere near it.
As you can see by the photo there is nice little bars around the p.. Read more »laza to watch the world go by & not overpriced.
Lost a star because of the overflowing bins & rubbish on the floor around the fountain, needs bigger bins or more regular clean ups but overall a nice spot.
This has most beautiful architectural beauty with water body. It's Baroque style will definitely show you how beautiful was roman history in terms of designing. Details of Corinthian columns, decorated sculptural details, etc are truly mesmerizi.. Read more »ng. As it is popular it will be crowded. One can visit here early morning for good photography ?
Just about everything in Rome is beautiful and the Trevi Fountain is no different. We ended up here on New Year's Eve and decided to brave the crowd to throw some coins in. As one of our tour guides mentioned, wherever there is a hole with wat.. Read more »er, people will throw coins in.
Anyway, we had fun. It's a nice place to feel goofy for a minute in-between tours.
Thomas de Vries
An absolute must see when in Roma. The square is actually too small for the fountain (and the crowd) but the fountain is the most beautiful I've ever seen. A beautiful and refined sculpture with a rich history and clear blue water. It's suc.. Read more »h a romantic place where by throwing 1 coin in the fountain you will return to Roma, 2 coins you will fall in love and 3 coins you will get married. Feel free to dine at one of the cozy restaurants in the vicinity. Very cozy!
This is one of the most beautiful fountains I have ever seen.
The area is extremely busy with pedestrian traffic so squeeze your way through the crowd and get your photos, then take time to sit and enjoy the architecture.
The area is also filled wi.. Read more »th shops and restaurants, it is an excellent place to walk around and spend some time soaking in the beautiful area.
Jhon Henry Morales
When someone who's a foodie gives a 5 star review, this better be Bobby Flay like cuisine. Listen closely, it hits the mark hands down. There's not a dish I haven't devoured nor a waiter who wasn't attentive. Owners are stellar an.. Read more »d deserve the accolades. This isn't by accident, it's by design.
Was here in year 2019.
Came early in the morning with minimal crowd which means the fountain is pretty much empty and we had it to ourselves, starts getting busy from 11am onwards.
Nearby there’s a nice roasted chestnut. We had a stroll here .. Read more »and managed to see some of the shops.
Yeah I know it's crowded...get over it. When you first round the corner and see how majestic and beautiful this fountain is you will soon forget about the crowds and will find yourself making your way to waters edge. Try to take a second and mak.. Read more »e out every sculpture and the beauty of the craftsman ship; it's truly breathtaking.
Also make sure to go back at night!!
Wonder attractions! Simply amazing. Nice art work and the fountain just blend in so well.
For those believer, please do remember to toss a coin for some lucky wishes. And may all your dream come true!
One of the top places recommended if you are visiting Rome therefore it has become very crowded also. It is not that big either so it not possible to take pictures without anyone else being in the frame. An average place in terms of scenic beauty but.. Read more » yeah high in terms of hype
I love Trevi Fountain. One of my favorite places in all of Rome. Due to Covid, the crowd is very small. The best view I have ever had of Fontana Trevi.
Nice place to relax but still full of people even on a pandemic, no social distancing some people still does not wear any face mask. Good to visit during night for a cozy ambiance due to the background lighting restaurants and ice cream shops nearby,.. Read more » but better to visit in the early morning if you don't want big crowds of tourists gathering in if you're concerned about covid. This place is a must visit when in Rome.
Picturesque, tranquil and romantic, the Trevi Fountain did not disappoint. Located deep within the beating heart of the Trevi District of Rome and flanked by cobbled side-streets, quaint cafés, shops and vendors; The Trevi Fountain is a sight.. Read more » to behold! There is a definitive spiritual warmth in its surround with it's majestic architecture demanding the full attention of all who visit it. I have been many times, day and night (though highly recommend it at night) and everytime I'm there, I take away something different from the experience.
Asiyah Noemi Koso
We are thrilled with the beauty of the fountain both day and night. The look of this monumental fountain leaves no one indifferent to anyone. It's just brilliant. Rome is the city of the fountain, there are about 280, and we can freely say that .. Read more »Fontana di Trevi is the queen of all Roman fountains! It does not matter it is a lot of tourists or not, it is the famous monument with a rich history.
This Monument always gives a lot of emotions because it is unique, history itself is fascinating and it is necessary to know. The fountain was built in the 18th century, on the order of Pope Clement XII.
The entire area is dominated by Neptune, who controls the chariot in which two sea horses are mounted, while the sculpture on the left of Neptune is an abundance, and the health of the right. The water in front of the sculpture symbolizes the sea, whose Neptune is a god. This water comes from Aqua Virgo, an aqueduct that comes from a source about twenty kilometers from the city. At the first level of the fountain is the relief of a girl, the popular virgin by which the aqueduct is called.
According to legend, if you put a coin into the beautiful Baroque work of architect Nicollo Salvio, you will surely return in Rome.
Such a beautiful place to see in Rome ? one of the most known attractions in the city and trust me it’s worth it! The fountain has a beautiful structure and the details are just amazing. In my opinion it looks much better in reality than in pic.. Read more »tures so I would highly recommend to visit this place if you come to Rome!
A beautiful sight with an amazing array of sculptures! A true gem, great spot to take a break for some ice cream. Once again, restrictions offer a strange contrast: it's amazing to actually see everything and keep a distance, but it just doesn.. Read more »039;t have the same atmosphere.