Usually those who arrive in Piazza Navona are always amazed, this Baroque masterpiece of Rome, occupies the space that was previously intended to accommodate the Stadium of Domitian. Its rectangular shape, in fact, helps us to imagine how his appearance was before the transformation. It is very charming to sit down on a bench and imagine the square as the scenario Greek games that took place in this stage and which Domitian attended every time.
Piazza Navona is also the most elegant and joyful square of Rome, thanks to tourists and people from Rome who come here to eat or to enjoy a nice coffee and thanks to the street artists that animate it in every season. The square is embellished by two beautiful monuments: the Fountain of the Rivers and the Church of Sant'Agnese in Agone.