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- 98%History Buffs
- 93%Art & Design Lovers
- 88%Local Culture
- 88%Family Travelers
- 72%Budget Travelers
- 59%Outdoor Enthusiasts
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- Trevi FountainJun 24, 2014
so pretty! I honestly loved this spot so much, I went around 8 at night and it was very crowded! I would just love to see it at a less crowded time (if thats possible). Oh and there is an amazing gelato shop to the left of the fountain! nom nom nomRecommended for:
- Trevi FountainMember ofAdventure TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 7Jul 26, 2013
The was one of my favorite sites in Rome. Every city should have a fountain this magnificent. The statues are incredible and combined with the fountain it is literally magical to gaze upon. Its where the classic scene in La Dolce Vita with Anita Ekberg was filmedRecommended for:
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- Trevi FountainMember ofAdventure TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 2Oct 03, 2012
Standing 26 metres (85.3 feet) high and 20 metres (65.6 feet) wide, it is the largest Baroque fountain in the city and one of the most famous fountains in the world. The Trevi Fountain was finished in 1762 by Giuseppe Pannini, who substituted the present allegories for planned sculptures of Agrippa and "Trivia", the Roman virgin. A traditional legend holds that if visitors throw a coin into the fountain, they are ensured a return to Rome. This was the theme of 1954's Three Coins in the Fountain and the Academy Award-winning song by that name which introduced the picture. An estimated 3,000 euros are thrown into the fountain each day. The money has been used to subsidize a supermarket for Rome's needy; however, there are regular attempts to steal coins from the fountain.
- Trevi FountainMember ofAdventure TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 6May 16, 2014
This place is always packed! But for good reason. It's kind of one of those "must sees" when in Rome. If you go at sunset, it is absolutely stunning to see the shift between day and night. It's a whole other type of gorgeous in the evening.
When you go make sure you know the traditions. First have 2 pennies to throw, and throw them backwards. The first is for your return to Rome and the second is for your wish :)Recommended for:
- Trevi FountainMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBackpackersApr 08, 2013
Beautiful, impressive, romantic, fantastic... Trevi Fountain is really as amazing as all the reviews here state. This is the kind of place that you picture in your head but when you actually see it you are totally blown away. The details and the beauty of this 86ft (26.3m) high and 161ft (49m) wide fountain are amazing. You can stay hours here just admiring the sculptures and its details.
The only downside of the fountain is that is always crowded. We tried twice, in the morning and at night, and in both of them the place was packed so we made our way to the fountain, threw our coin, took a picture and kept walking.
- Trevi FountainMember ofAdventure TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 14Dec 03, 2012
Its a legend that when you throw a coin you will go back. Would you believe I had been back more than a dozen times and each visit I make it a point to see Trevi and throw a coin :)
- Trevi FountainMember ofAdventure TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 5Aug 28, 2012
Preciosa, y aunque suene a tópico, es uno de los lugares más bonitos de la ciudad. La lástima es que suele estar muy lleno, siendo difícil hasta moverse. Debido a que está rodeada de edificios altos, hay que visitarla antes de que el sol empiece a caer por la tarde o la sombra dañará la fotografía perfecta.
- Trevi FountainMember ofAdventure TravelersLocal CultureBusiness Travelers+ 4Jul 04, 2012
Likely the most famous architectural and sculptural Baroque masterpiece constructed in the 17th century in Rome. The Trevi Fountain features a statue of Neptune— god of the sea— riding a chariot pulled by an obedient and a restive sea horses, the ride setting symbolizes the fluctuating moods of the sea. The legend is that those who toss a coin over their shoulder into the fountain will return to Rome, thus I am remaining faithful since my last visit 10 years ago!
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Aliases: Fontana di Trevi