Navona Square is certainly one of the most important squares in Rome, not only for its architectural beauty but also for its central location in the city. We are in the heart of Rome, at the meeting point of the historical districts as Ponte, Parione, Regola and St. Eustatius.
The importance of the area is evidenced by the many accommodations of which we provide a selected list below, used frequently by tourists looking for accommodations such as hotels, guesthouses, rental rooms, hostels, holiday homes and bed and breakfast's. The square is an ancient Domitian Stadium, built in 85 and restored by the Emperor in the third century. The remains of the ancient stadium are still visible from the nearby Via Zanardelli.
Over the centuries Navona Square has always been a cultural center in the city, due to the art treasures kept there: we speak of the Church of St. Agnes in Agony, the Fountain of the Four Rivers, the Fountain of the Moor and the Fountain of Neptune. The square is surrounded by buildings of great historical importance, such as the Palazzo Braschi, the Palazzo Pamphili, the Palazzo Tuccimei and the Palazzo Lancelotti. The market place that is hold in the square gives the entire area a popular and traditional atmosphere. Navona Square is also located in one of the most picturesque areas of Rome, made up of narrow alleys, sensational views, small streets and low buildings. A stone's throw from the square you can reach places such as Spanish Steps, Campo de Fiori, Piazza Farnese, the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain.
Continuing on the path to Largo di Torre Argentina conserving the archaeological findings from the Sacred Area. From there it's easy to get to Piazza Venezia, following Corso Vittorio Emanuele II and arriving at the wonderful setting of the Altar of the Fatherland and Via dei Fori Imperiali, an open-air museum of the archaeological beauties of the ancient Rome.