Trevi Fountain in Rome Info & Location
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The English Poet Percy Shelley once said: “The fountains in themselves are worth
a journey to Rome”. This statement is especially true when we think about the Trevi Fountain.
There’s no doubt indeed that the Trevi Fountain in Rome, which is known in Italian as Fontana di Trevi, is one of the most stunning attractions in Italy.
Located in Rome historic center in the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain Area, the Trevi Fountain attracts millions of visitors every year and not just for its eternal beauty.
This masterpiece of art, designed by Nicola Savi in 1732, is also par excellence symbol of the Italian “Dolce Vita”. Moreover, according to a local tradition the Trevi Fountain can make your wishes come true, or as others say, assure you’ll be coming back to Rome!
This post covers practical information about the Trevi Fountain such as where it is located, best time to visit and how to reach it. For the full History and Facts about this landmark in Rome you can visit the dedicated section “Trevi Fountain Facts” and read the article!
|Opening Hours: Always Open
|Best Time To Visit: Early Morning or Late evening after 10.00 pm
|Tickets: Not Needed
How to Visit
1PLAN YOUR VISIT IN ADVANCE
– Add this attraction to your Travel List!;
2CHECK IN ADVANCE THE BEST TIME VISIT
– Springtime and Summertime: from 7.00 am to 9.00 am or after 10.00 pm;
– Fall and Wintertime: from 7.00 am to 10.00 am or after 9.00 pm;
3WEAR COMFORTABLE FOOTWEAR
– Summertime: sneakers, sun cream and a hat;
– Wintertime: sneakers, umbrella and raincoat
Trevi Fountain is always open
Trevi Fountain is free to visit
Wheelchair Accessibility Service:
Trevi fountain is accessible.
+39 06 0608
How to Reach
1FROM THE CITY CENTER TO TREVI FOUNTAIN
Bus Lines, Stop “Tritone-Fontana di Trevi”:
Metro Station, Stop “Berberini”:
Piazza di Trevi, 00187 Rome, Italy
Get directions from Google Maps
Trevi Fountain Facts & History
Standing 26 meters across (65 feet) and 49 meters high (85 feet), Fontana di Trevi is the largest fountain in Rome, located in the heart of Rome historic center. The fascinating, imposing structure of the Trevi Fountain, a Baroque masterpiece, completely fills the little Piazza di Trevi it stands in. Symbol of the Italian “Dolce Vita” and of Rome itself, the Trevi Fountain is certainly a “must see” destination of every trip to Rome and Italy, especially because the monument is linked to the popular local tradition of making wishes come true by tossing a coin in the water. Read More…
Trevi Fountain FAQ
Are you wondering something about this landmark in Rome? Go to our Q&A section and post your question. It will be answered by an official Rome tour guide!