It is the most famous fountain in Rome, which makes it a must-do! Built at the request of Pope Clement XII, it was completed in 1762.
The origins of the Trevi Fountain date to 1453; it was the mouth of a Roman aqueduct that brought water from a spring built in 1453.
According to tradition, you have to toss two coins over left shoulder into the fountain: one to make a wish and one to be sure you return to Rome. This fountain ‒ the biggest in the city ‒ is located near the Pantheon. It backs up to a palace that was once the residence of the Poli dukes and is now the Italian Polygraphic Institute. The arch behind it calls to mind the entrance to a temple. The Trevi Fountain was designed and built in honour of Neptune, the god of the seas.
It is 20 metres wide and 26 metres tall; the fountain depicts Neptune on a chariot drawn by two horses and guided by tritons.
From 9 Hotel Cesari, located on Via di Pietra, you can easily walk to the Trevi Fountain in a few minutes.
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