Of all the fountains in Rome the Trevi Fountain is probably the most famous of them all. Legend has it if you drop a coin in this fountain you are sure to return to Rome again. The fountain is located in the central part of Rome and it attracts thousands of tourists on continuous basis – it seems like no matter what time of day or night you come by there are still lots of people there taking photos or throwing in coins in the fountain.
The fountain is a special construction since the fountain is actually an integrated part of the palace on the same square – it is actually one of the walls of the palace. You can see the windows facing out towards the fountain.
The fountain is built in 1732 by Nicola Scavi and in the centre is a statue of King Neptune with a couple of horses below him and the water falling down in the pool in front of him – and the palace behind him.