Discover Rome's intricate history within the compact city center. See the iconic sights including the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, Spanish Steps, and the Pantheon, as well as some lesser known areas with an expert guide to share Rome's stories. Within 3 hours, our guides, who are trained and passionate historians, will make the Eternal City come alive with anecdotes, history, fun facts, mysteries, and stories that will leave you feeling like you took a step back in time. Take a break during the tour to enjoy amazing gelato (included in the price of the tour) while soaking in the energy and feel of the old city. The small groups allow for a leisurely pace and opportunities to interact with the guides to get to know Rome in a way you wouldn't get to experience otherwise.
All the must-sees in one fascinating experience!
Highlights of the Original Rome Walk include:
The finer details of the Rome Walk:
Price: Adults - 55 euro; Youth (6-17 yrs) - 35 euro*; Children & Infants - Free.
LOW SEASON (2nd of January to 31st of March; 1st of November to the 31st of December) meeting time and dates: 2:30pm each Sunday
HIGH SEASON (2nd of April to the 31st of October) meeting time and dates: 2:45pm each Wednesday and Sunday
Meeting point: Under the Giordano Bruno’s statue in Piazza Campo de’ Fiori. Our guide will have an ArtViva sign.
Length: 3 hours
Minimum participants: 2
Maximum participants: 12
Included in the price: a great guide, small group tour, gelato and audio headsets when required.
Excluded from the price: Optional gratuities
Please note: *Students aged 17 years and under must have with them photo ID showing date of birth or full adult price may be charged.
Piazza Navona, Piazza Campo de' Fiori, Piazza Farnese, Piazza Colonna, Piazza Montecitorio and Piazza di Spagna, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps.
A great guide, small group tour, gelato and audio headsets when required:
Students aged 17 years and under must have with them photo ID showing date of birth or full adult price may be charged.
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