Piazza Navona is a lively square in the heart of Rome's historic center. Besides the masterpieces of medieval architecture it's surrounded by, Piazza Navona's eclectic boutiques and corner cafes attract both locals and travelers year-round.
The square is best known for its traditional European Christmas market that takes place from late November to early January every year. If you are traveling during the holidays, come enjoy the twinkling lights, classical Christmas music, hand-made toys, and Christmas tree ornaments. And if you're not, you'll still be treated to a host of shopping opportunities. Just get ready to shuffle some stuff around in your bags.
This restaurant is one of two in the city that claims to have invented Fettuccini Alfredo, way back... Read more