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Piazza Trilussa
Piazza Trilussa

Piazza Trilussa

Piazza Trilussa, Trastevere , Rome, Lazio, 00153

The basics

The stately Acqua Paola water fountain sits at the center of this charming square. Carved with heads of dragons and lions, the fountain dates back to the early 17th century. Piazza Trilussa is a common starting point for exploring the narrow cobbled streets and attractive wine bars of Trastevere. Several city tours such as food- and history-themed tours include this square and neighborhood in their itineraries.

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Things to know before you go

*Piazza Trilussa is a must-see attraction for history lovers and cultural travelers looking to experience local nightlife. *Streets are cobbled and uneven; wear flat shoes. *Bars, clubs, and restaurants fill the neighborhood, so expect a lively, sometimes quite crowded, atmosphere at night.

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How to get there

Located at the western end of the Ponte Sisto bridge, Piazza Trilussa is a gateway to the Trastevere neighborhood. Most visitors arrive on foot or by taxi as parking is very limited in this area of Rome. Bus no. 271 connects to this piazza from the Colosseum.

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Trip ideas


When to get there

To experience Piazza Trilussa at its most vibrant, go for a stroll in Trastevere in the early evening hours. Locals will be enjoying aperitivo, or a drink before dinner, and this is an ideal time for people watching. After dinner in the neighborhood, return to Piazza Trilussa to see how the square becomes increasingly festive as the evening rolls on.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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