One of the most iconic scenes of the world cinema, it soon made the Trevi fountain one of the most visited place in Rome. But unfortunately (or fortunately), you can't fresh yourself in the waters of the Renaissance fountain like characters of Marcello Mastroianni and Anita Ekberg.
Again Trevi, this as it sees Woody Allen. In his "To Rome With Love" American tourist Hayley falls in love with Italian lawyer Michelangelo while visiting Trevi.
Well, everything in this movie is beautiful, like this scene in the beginning, where Japanese tourists watch nuns singing at the Fontanone Dell'Acqua Paola fountain.
Another one from Paolo Sorrentino's masterpiece, a little medieval fountain with drinking water, so pleasant during hot Roman summers. And it's beautiful, like anything in Rome.
Fontana Dei Quattro Fiumi, built in 1651 in Piazza Navona, is one of Gian Lorenzo Bernini's masterpieces. And when you're there, don't forget to buy a gelatto (ice-cream, yes), seat on the bench near the fountain, and feel like you're Julia Roberts from "Eat, Pray, Love".
...And we hope you don't feel like a cardinal, who was almost drowned in the same fountain in "Angels & Demons" (because Tom Hanks's Robert Langdon saved him).
...Or you can just meet some cool American guys with cool cars, that look like... Philipp Seymour Hoffman and Jude Law?! Oh, yes, it's "Talented Mr. Ripley", with Mr. Damon as Mr. Ripley.
We're still in Piazza Navona. So, if you're an architect, like Peter Greenaway's "Belly of an Architect" main character, you might like to seat on the edge of Fontana Del Nettuno, which is on the other side of the square, and think about higher things.
Why not drink some cold water from Fontana Della Barcaccia near the Spanish Steps? Ok, or just take a selphie with it, your choice.
And back to Trevi. If you meet there a handsome American with a cute young lady, they might be a journalist and a runaway princess, like Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn in "Roman Holiday".