1. The Trevi fountain
The Trevi Fountain is located in the homonymous square, The Piazza Trevi, and takes a place just in front of the well-known Poli Palace. It represents Neptune, the Ocean god, surrounded by Abundance and Salubrity. Tritons guide Oceanus’ shell chariot, taming hippocamps.
The fountain is one of the most touristic area of the Italian capital, and before leaving the city, it is a must-do to toss a coin with the right hand over the left shoulder, standing back to the fountain. Each day, the thousands of coins are collected for charitable organisations.
The Trevi Square offers visitors a free Wi-Fi internet access, you just need to set up an account on the Roma city portal.
2. the coliseum
This impressive building is standing at the foot of the Via dei Fori Imperili in Roma. If today it only remains ruins, it was originally the biggest amphitheatre ever built during the Roman Empire.
In its day, the Coliseum could hold up to 75 000 visitors. It was used for gladiator games and many shows such as mock sea battles, animal hunts, executions, re-enactments of famous battles, and dramas based on Classical mythology.
Today, it is the most visited tourist spot in Rome. The inside and a part of the facade didn’t survive earthquakes and years but the building still shows the power of imperial Rome and the atmosphere that lives here instantly transport us into the Roman era.
A free Wi-Fi hotspot is located near the Coliseum, however it is most of the time saturated by the hundreds of tourists’ connections.
3. the piazza di spagna
Located in the hearth of the historic Rome and close to the Trevi fountain, the Piazza di Spagna is one of the most beautiful spot of the capital. Its name is related to the Spanish embassy which is on the square. The place is well known for its architecture and its very beautiful fountain of Barcaccia. But also for its breathtaking view over the Renaissance church of Trinità dei Monti, connected to the square by an impressive staircase with wide and flowered steps on which visitors like to rest.
The church of Trinità dei Monti offers a panoramic view of the city of Rome.
Between the various shows and street animations, you will be able to connect to your favourites social networks thanks to the numerous hotspots located on the square, providing free wifi networks with more or less fast performances.
4. the Foutain of the Four Rivers on the Piazza Navona
The piazza Navona is the most dynamic square of the capital, offering various animations, restaurants, terraces and artists to tourists.
Originally, the square was an ancient Greek stadium built on the Champ de Mars by the Emperor Domitian in 86, where several greek games take place. Felt into ruins, it is during the Renaissance that the place comes back to life to become the Piazza Navona, well known today for its architecture and monuments.
There are three fountains in the square, the most famous being the Fountain of the Four Rivers of Gian Lorenzo Bernini. The four rivers symbolize the four parts of the world: The Danube for Europe, The Nil for Africa, The Gange for Asia and the Rio de la Plata for America.
Luckily, the largest square of the capital offers a free wi-fi hotspot, so you will be able to share instantly your selfies in front of the four Rivers Fountain!
5. the villa borghese
The Villa Borghese is a 80-hectare municipal park located in the hearth of Rome. Its is composed of several luxurious and shaded gardens, and plenty of fountains. It combines also a large ensemble of roman museums and cultural institutions, such as the Academy of France in the Villa Medicis.
The Galleria Borghese owns one of the most beautiful art collection: Bellini, Le Bernin, Titien, Le Corrège, Le Caravage, Canova, Rubens, etc.
From the gardens, the sight of the city is particularly breath-taking. Several hotspots Wi-Fi are available in the park.