Trevi exceeds the meaning of photo-op. Thousands of visitors flock through this famous neighborhood with the purpose of documenting idyllic streetscapes, fashionable monuments, and staged candid moments. Boutique hotels, kitschy shops, and comfortable ristorantes surround Trevi’s iconic fountain (and its camera-filled epicenter). This central neighborhood’s crowds may seem unappealing, but they impart a palpable energy that lasts through the night.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Crowds, Clamor, and Rome's Most Famous Fountain
The Trevi area is primarily known as a business district. In general, these busy commercial areas mean there are many day-trippers and tourists. Though there are very few accommodating squares that facilitate any form of chatting, you will run into neighbors for early morning and late afternoon dog walking, and during a trip to the local outdoor market, bar, or dry cleaner."
Shopping and Dining In Rome's Cacophonous Center
Villa Borghese, one of the main and most beautiful parks of the city, is very close for jogging, walks, and picnic lovers!"
Trevi: A Street View
Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:
Pauline Boldt is a freelance photographer and creative director who works globally. She takes pictures of where she is and what is around her. While spending two weeks in Rome photographing for Airbnb, she loved getting to know the historic city intimately. Pauline's current work can be found on her internationally featured blog, 26mertonroad.com.
Marco Giarracca lives in Rome and works around the world. After four years studying music he took up photography in 2001. His work mainly focuses on interiors, architecture, food, still-life, and portraits. When he’s not working he loves good food, hiking, climbing, traveling, and meeting new people. He was delighted to photograph his beautiful home city for Airbnb.