Things to do in Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori

Top 10 Things to Do in Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori, Rome

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  • Steve
    London, UK735 contributions
    Another must see in Rome, in remarkable condition for it's age. Be prepared to queue, equally if not more impressive from the outside rather than inside.
    Written 27 May 2022
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  • Randall R
    Glendale, CA46 contributions
    Our apartment overlooked the Piazza Navona. Lovely piazza with 3 beautiful fountains and lots of restaurants to choose from. Easy to get around from here
    Written 27 May 2022
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  • larryjman
    Montreal, Canada215 contributions
    A beautiful palace, and an even better art museum. I went to the Borghese Gallery the day before, and as much as I loved that spot, the crowds were quite busy and the rules were strict. The Doria Pamphilj, however, was much more relaxed. It wasn't nearly as crowded (perhaps because I went in the morning), I didn't need to deposit my bag anywhere, and the staff seemed less overwhelmed and therefore a bit friendlier.

    An audioguide would probably be a good investment! There aren't any signs next to the pieces giving any context or history. Just simply the name of the artist.

    There's also an impressive collection here. Obviously, Velazquez's "Portrait of Innocent the X" is probably their most famous work. They have some early Caravaggio (my personal favourite), Raphael, Carracci, Titian, Brill, Lippi.

    Although the collection is probably not as extensive or well-known as Borghese, I think the gallery provides a competitive alternative. I would also argue the palace itself is much more charming, and overall more beautiful and better taken care of than its rival.
    Written 4 May 2022
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  • FTMDave
    Adria, Italy5,521 contributions
    The historic centre of Rome is simply incredible, with ancient history round every corner. Lots of the sites are within easy walking distance of each other.
    Written 6 July 2021
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  • jclin10
    New York City, NY100 contributions
    If you like Caravaggio paintings, this is the place to come - especially the wonderful “Vocation of St. Matthew”. It’s close to the Piazza Navona and is well worth the visit.
    Written 22 May 2022
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  • Megan B
    Larkfield, UK21 contributions
    An absolutely stunning church that you could spend ages in due to being so mesmerised! The light vault is worth doing and it's amazing looking in the mirror at the ceiling! Ceiling is absolutely beautiful and an overall must see in Rome!
    Written 4 April 2022
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  • Luac84
    Brighton, UK498 contributions
    Amazing Cat Sanctuary in Rome.

    We stumbled across Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary while walking around Rome, we didn't go inside as it was too early (they open around 12) but you can watch the cats happily relaxing amongst the ruins from above.

    We regret not going back as the sanctuary relies on donations to look after the cats, great if you are a cat lover... oh and the site is where Julius Caesar was murdered by members of the Roman Senate.
    Written 19 May 2022
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  • DanielCary
    Edinburgh, UK40 contributions
    This a short thought informative history of the city and well worth visiting before you head off to the sights as it gives you some insights into what you are seeing on the ground
    Written 22 December 2021
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  • gertbrugge
    Bruges, Belgium36 contributions
    incredible. Barely one minute from the hyper busy plaza navona. An unforgettable museum and a breath of fresh air. Top quality collection. But also for people who are not interested in archeology more than worth your whiskey. The building itself is beautiful. Unbelievable how perfectly everything is integrated here. Impressive. Combi ticket definitely recommended
    Written 13 April 2022
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  • JDZatSF
    San Francisco, CA844 contributions
    This is a fascinating and cool neighborhood that is definitely worth visiting! It is both historical and contemporary.

    There is the big synagogue and museum, but also other buildings, art shops, restaurants, cafes, etc. It's worth learning just a bit of history, so you'll appreciate and enjoy this area even more. Be sure to wander some of the alleys, too.
    Written 22 July 2021
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  • fred5110
    Newtown, PA631 contributions
    This is one of our favorite areas of Rome. Excellent market filled with vendors during the day and eclectic nightlife. Amazing shops border the square. Make sure you visit the statue of Bruno
    Written 29 December 2021
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  • kgkjgkjg
    Washington DC, DC187 contributions
    the church is impressive and sumptiously decorated, even if you miss the 5:30 sound and light show where the painting of St Ignatius drops down to reveal a statue of him
    Written 14 August 2021
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  • Mark M
    Ada, MI431 contributions
    Under renovation so much less to see. Nonetheless we entered on the opposite side of the building from the main entrance and were able to pray at the tombs of Catherine of Siena and Fra Angelico. The only possible way to make a better day would be with Mass - which we joined at 6pm at a side altar.
    Written 20 April 2022
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  • jclin10
    New York City, NY100 contributions
    This fountain is a masterpiece, and, as famous as the Trevi fountain is, our family liked this one more — the artistry and iconography is remarkable and to be able to enjoy the fountain in the round is a special experience. We are now huge Bernini fans!
    Written 22 May 2022
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  • Edwelsh
    North Canton, OH4,384 contributions
    You could easy walk by and not notice this beautiful, on the inside, basilica. But don’t, go in and be amazed by Saint Andrew of the Valley.
    Written 29 January 2022
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