10Piazza Navona, Rome
With such a special form, that Peplum heritage, that Stadium, Renaissance and Baroque, and that extra that makes it Roman, the Navona is as inevitable as it is essential. Yes, it may have a bit of artificiality with its rows of terrace tables and those artists who have long since forgotten their years at the conservatory. But if hordes of visitors arrive here, it is because of the signatures of its monuments, with Bernini and Borromini leading the line, and because of that original floor that makes the buildings crash without underestimating their importance. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!