Although we went late at night, this piazza was very busy with lots of people around the fountain.
Luckily we choose to eat in a resturant overlooking the fountain so had a nice view. It wasn't as busy as the Trevi fountain and has a lot of history behind it (Dan Brown seems to be a fan!) It was a pleasant enough fountain, but there are many in Rome.
For me it was a nice attraction to look at while we were eating, but I wouldn't have made a special journey to see it - although it's a beautiful work of art.
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