Visit Roma on foot: walk between the most beautiful squares and fountains of the city

Type of tour

private tour

Duration

3 h

Tranfers

Not included

Lunch

Not included

Diffuculty

Medium

“Rome eternal city”, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, which contains history, culture and legend. A proverb says: “A lifetime is not enough to know Rome”…but if your time in Rome is short, we will help you to enjoy the best of it, together with an expert guide.

Adults (6-100 years-old)

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Kids (0-5 years-old)

no kids, 1, 2

DETAILS

START TOUR Your choice
 INCLUDING Certified professional guide
NOT INCLUDING Tranfers
TIPS AND USEFUL INFORMATIONS Wear comfortable shoes and don’t forget your camera!

While walking around Rome or during one of our tours, always bring a scarf to cover your shoulders in case you enter a church (each church has different opening hours). Obviously, to enter the church you are always required to have your shoulders and knees covered.

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 WHY CHOOCE THIS WALK WITH US

If you are wondering why choose Rome Magic Tour for your holiday in Rome, here are some good reasons:

This tour is our exclusive. We have designed it for those who love Rome and its ancient origins.

Our tours, with attention to detail, are an opportunity for a stimulating and fun walk. Participate … and you’ll want to do more!

Tour suitable for children: our highly qualified guides will capture the interest of children, who will learn about history and art while having fun.

Perfect for school trips! At the end of the tour, the kids are always enthusiastic about our guides.

ITINERARY

     Appointment at Piazza San Pietro

Appointment in St. Peter’s Square, in front of St. Peter’s Basilica, with its dome and monumental facade dominates the scenic double colonnaded portico, masterpiece and heart of the Catholic Church, rich in priceless works of art such as the Pieta by Michelangelo and the sumptuous Baldacchino by Bernini.

    Castel Sant’Angelo
Walking along Via della Conciliazione, which ideally connects the Vatican State to the Italian State, you arrive at Castel Sant’Angelo, an archaeological site, fortress and prison. It was a pontifical residence and is now a museum.
     Sant’Angelo Bridge
Crossing the magnificent bridge of Sant’Angelo, you will continue the tour along the famous Via dei Coronari, which takes its name from the sacred objects, today is known to be the street of antique dealers: shops full of objects and furniture of all kinds follow one after the other, giving the passer-by the feeling of living in another era. It is impossible not to be carried away by the curiosity of entering one of these ancient shops even if only to peek among the most bizarre ornaments.
     Piazza Navona

Continuing on, we will reach Piazza Navona, the most elegant square, meeting point for Romans and tourists. Located in the center of the square, the Fountain of the Rivers, one of Bernini’s greatest works, is decorated with human figures that symbolize the great rivers of the four continents known at that time: the Nile, the Danube, the Ganges and the Rio della Plata.

     Pantheon and the Temple of Adriano

The next masterpiece to admire during your tour of Rome is the Pantheon. Perfectly preserved, it is difficult to believe that the structure was finished in 128 AD by Emperor Hadrian. In the center of the square is a Renaissance fountain designed around 1575 by Giacomo Della Porta.

A little further on is the Temple of Hadrian built in honour of the Emperor. The building was, in the past, mistakenly known as the Temple of Neptune.

     Trevi Fountain and Piazza di Spagna
Reaching Via del Tritone and following it as far as Via dei Due Macelli, the walk will end in Piazza di Spagna which, with its Trinità dei Monti staircase and 135 steps, seems to climb towards the sky. In the centre, the elegant Fontana della Barcaccia, sculpted by Bernini (Pietro and Gian Lorenzo).
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