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Where to stay near Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona Hotels

A place of daily theatrics since the time of the Ancient Romans, this historic square is a place to come and be immersed in Roman life. Spinning around the Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi, the scene is a constantly-shifting one of comings and goings, from the Pantheon, to the Campo de’ Fiori, of snap-happy tourists, of time-pressed locals, all played out in front of magnificent Baroque architecture which adds an element of theatre to these routine, incidental activities. It’s quintessential Rome.

Things to see

One side of Piazza Navona is dominated by the baroque masterpiece that is Chiesa di Sant'Agnese in Agone. This whitewashed church takes on the colours of the sun and the sky, imbuing it with ever-changing tones which seem to respond to the constant movement in the piazza. Inside, the decoration is rich and intricate, with highly detailed frescoes and sculptures. Outside the church, the Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi is one of Rome’s great fountains, completely unmissable thanks to its giant Egyptian obelisk. The fountain represents four rivers across four continents which flow towards the heart of Catholic supremacy. Just south of Piazza Navona, Campo de’ Fiori Market brims with fresh Italian produce and a buzz of bargaining over plump, juicy tomatoes and homemade jars of pasta sauce. Whether you want to buy ingredients for a picnic, or just soak up the sights and smells, it’s a delectable place to visit.

Hotels in Piazza Navona

From small, quaint guesthouses tucked down side-streets, to luxurious modern hotels with sleek designs, the hotels near Piazza Navona have a uniquely Italian flair for style. Even the cheap Piazza Navona hotels offer characterful surroundings, with wooden furniture and individually-furnished rooms. You’ll also enjoy perks like free WiFi and a free continental breakfast, as well as air conditioning, all for a budget price. The upscale, luxury hotels near Piazza Navona such as D.O.M Hotel, are sublimely elegant, with beautiful suites furnished to high standards. You’ll also have pampering services at your disposal, from spa treatments to concierge assistance, as well as fine dining restaurants.

Where to stay

Piazza Navona is located in the Sant Eustachio quarter of the Centro Storico, and the area is packed with places to stay, ranging from budget guesthouses to luxury, boutique hotels. You’ll be within walking distance of many of the city’s historical attractions, and there are plentiful restaurants, cafes and bars in and around Piazza Navona. To the northeast of Piazza Navona, Piazza di Spagna is one of the most stylish areas of the city, where designer shopping and historical monuments meet. It’s a top choice for luxury hotels near Piazza Navona, and it’s a sought-after spot for any Italian fashionista.

How to get to Piazza Navona

Leonardo da Vinci is Rome’s major international airport, while some European flights arrive into Ciampino airport. The city centre is easily accessible from either airport, with a fast, efficient train service operating a direct service between Leonardo da Vinci and the central Termini train station, which takes 30 minutes. From Ciampino, buses or taxis are the best way of getting to the centre, and the journey takes about 45 minutes. Piazza Navona is about 3 kilometres from Termini – it’s a short bus or taxi journey, or a 30-minute walk. Spagna metro station is located about 15 minutes away on foot.

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