St. Peter’s Basilica fountain, Vatican
This beautiful fountain can be found in Vatican City and is made of two tiers.
Riviera della Versilia
This unusual sculpture at Riviera Della Versilia is a modern piece of art and compliments the fountain peculiarly well.
The fountain of Chianti is known for the lion’s face that overlooks it. It’s a stone sculpture giving the fountain a very menacing appeal. This fountain located in the Chianti area in Tuscany is one of the most beautiful places in Italy.
Trevi Fountain, Rome
Trevi is the most well known and most photographed fountain in Rome.
Casa del Fauno Fountain, Pompeii
This one is both unusual and haunting. The fountain at Casa del Fauno was almost completely destroyed during the tragedy of Pompeii. However, part of it still stands and is one of the fountains that have suffered the most in this world.
Caserta Royal Palace Fountain
This fountain is simply massive. One of the largest in the world! It’s over a mile long and makes for a perfect walk along its side.
Four Rivers Fountain, Rome
In this case, the attention is all concentrated on an Egyptian Obelisk surrounded by amazingly well-detailed sculptures of river gods.
Villa Monastero Fountain, Lake Como
Although there are no incredible sculptures around it, this rustic fountain is very special because it has front row seats to the amazing view of Lake Como. Villa Monastero is located in Varenna, Province of Lecco, on the shore of Lake Como.
Fonte Gaia, Siena
What makes this fountain one of the most beautiful in the country is the incredible sculpture carvings on it such as Madonna and the Child.
Fountain of Neptune, Rome
This gorgeous fountain is not only at the heart of Italy, but also has one of the most incredible sculptures of Neptune.