We suggest some hints to make the most of your stay in Rome by visiting some of the most symbolic places in the city with the help of professional multilingual guides.
The rate for three hours of visit is € 150.
Queen of Waters
The relationship of the Romans with water over centuries is a remarkable one. From emperors to popes, this element was used to demonstrate their power and munificence. Great aqueducts, thermal baths and wonderful fountains.
Meeting in front of the Fontana delle Tartarughe, to follow a two-hour itinerary between Piazza Farnese, Piazza Navona and – the best known of all – Trevi.
Perfume of Empire
The walk along the remains of Imperial Rome is ideal on summer nights, the area is surrounded by silence and everything becomes more suggestive. Starting from the Arch of Constantine, we will observe the most iconic monument in the city – the Colosseum.
Then, along the modern Via dei Fori Imperiali, we will dive into a past of intrigues of power, temples and worldly life. We will finish the visit to Piazza del Campidoglio, designed by Michelangelo and witness to the greatness of Rome. Duration of about two hours.
The Jewish District
What corresponds today to the Jewish district is a place full of memories, anecdotes, curiosities and historical news. We will walk through the alleys, see the impressive synagogue and kosher clubs. We will also visit the only island along the Tiber River. Duration of about two hours.
The neighborhood symbol of Romanity. A walk through the glow of ancient mosaics, bohemian-looking alleyways and verses of the Belli and Trilussa. Duration of about two hours.
- Castel Sant’Angelo
- The Vatican Museums
- Caravaggio in the churches
- The Coppedè district
- The Talking Statues
- La Garbatella The Ghosts of Rome
And much more!