The Piazza Navona in Rome, Italy; is a public square that was built on the site where the Stadium of Domitian stood. Since the 15th century, it has been a public space and was the place of the markets of Rome for many years, until they moved in the 19th century; although some Christmas markets do run on the square still in November and December of each year. The square is known for its fountains and statues, including the La Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi which was built for the Pope in 1651.
There is no metro station close to the Piazza but the 40, 60 and 64 buses all run close to the Piazza from the ‘Termini’ station.
Opening Times and Admission
The square is a large public space which is surrounded by restaurants and bars, which welcome visitors till late.