Piazza Navona is considered to be one of Rome’s most beautiful squares. The breathtaking magnificence of the Piazza Navona was meant to show the authority of the Pamphili family, who had their palace facing the square. The piazza is one of Rome’s liveliest squares, full of tourists, portrait painters, vendors, musicians, shops, and restaurants. It displays the genius of Bernini, Pannini, and Giacomo della Porta with its fountains and church. The Fountain of the Moor, the Fountain of Neptune, and the Fountain of the Four Rivers, which are considered Bernini’s masterpieces. You will also find yourself in front of the impressive Sant’ Agnese in Agone Church, designed by Borromini and dedicated to the young Christian virgin Agnese, who was executed at the site of the church, because of her beliefs.