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Trevi Fountain

Open Now: 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Certainly the most famous and photographed fountain in Rome, legend has it that whoever throws a coin into the pond will return to Rome.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Piazza di Trevi, 00187 Rome, Italy
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed March 30, 2005

My visit to the Trevi Fountain was marred by the pesky street vendors. As noted by another reviewer, these horrible people don't know the meaning of the words "Leave me alone!" They pretend to give you roses when, of course, expect you to pay for...More

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Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed December 30, 2004

I went @ 9 pm to see the Trevi Fountain with my boyfriend, As soon as we got out of the cab an Indian street vendor with roses asked us if we wanted to buy a rose, we politley said no, he kept following us...More

42  Thank NycGlamour
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We stopped by while walking the city and of course my son had to throw 3 coins into the fountain. Trevi is close by to every tourist spot in the city

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The Trevi Fountain is absolutely fantastic, a must to see when in Rome, you will not be disappointed. Throw in a coin if you can get close enough with all those tourists !!

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Reviewed yesterday

The Trevi fountain was beautiful and I really enjoyed seeing it. Just be warned that this is a VERY popular site and there are a lot of tourist out taking pictures so it can be overwhelming. We could not get close to the base of...More

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First the fountain is amazing. This is a must stop by and check our spot. You will not stay long this you see snap a few pics mans keep on moving. Also the coin toss in the fountain. Many street vendors trying to take a...More

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Reviewed yesterday

You should go and see this fabulous monument, with the amazing statues. However, there is a lot of people there and you can't enjoy it as much as you want. Also, there are some people that asking for taking pictures of you with payment and...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A must site to see on any visit to the city. A very busy location and is a very romantic location as well. Many sidewalk cafes and restaurants in the area.

Thank vegasrugbyref
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this was walking distance to many metro and bus stops. we were lucky that it was walking distance to our hotel, bonus x

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Di Trevi was beautiful! The only down side was that it was emptied of water while I was visiting Rome (luckily I saw pictures later that it was filled again), which was a bit disappointing. I still felt the fountain was beautiful and every bit...More

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I've been to the Trevi numerous times over the years, but it keeps getting more and more crowded at any time of year. It was elbow-to-elbow!

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First day in Rome and having a stroll to get a feel for the place. We were heading for Villa Borghese Park, but detour to check out the Trevi Fountain. The fountain is an impressive sight, but after 10 minutes and a couple of photographs...More

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Getaway819760
September 28, 2018|
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Response from TheGeneGenie | Reviewed this property |
Hi Christine, The fountains appear to be on all year round, however they do stop them to clean them and remove the coins, which are then given to charity. The times for this I don’t know but looking online suggests early... More
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m1006
September 12, 2018|
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Response from Dtraveller14 | Reviewed this property |
I don’t think there is any day like that, but not sure
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August 21, 2018|
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Response from rachel73arnold |
I was worried before we went but we walked all over Rome and felt 100% safe all the time, well apart from when crossing the road. Those drivers are crazy but that’s another story.
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