Built on top of the ancient Stadio di Domiziano (an ancient arena where the Romans came to watch sports), Piazza Navona is now a charming city square where you can stroll around, people watch, and admire the fine architecture (like Four River’s Fountain or the Church of Sant'Agnese) that surrounds you.
There are also many restaurants, cafés, and shops around, too, so if you're looking to hang around a while, you shouldn't have any trouble finding a prime spot to duck into. You can also find local artists selling their artwork—and around Christmastime, there is a massive holiday market that takes place here.
Gelateria del Teatro may be hard to find, but it's well worth it once you do. Not only will you... Read more