Rome, also referred to as the capital of Italy, is home to a number of the world’s most historic sites, art, and architecture. If you remember the times when gladiator fighting was a daily pastime, the town is literally filled with exciting things to work out and do. Explore the “Eternal City”, with its richness of ancient history, from the Colosseum to the Port of Ostia Antica to the majestic Vatican and therefore the Sistine Chapel. thanks to its history, art, architecture and wonder – and perhaps there’s frozen dessert and pasta!
Without a doubt, Rome is one amongst the foremost beautiful cities within the world to go to. Join us on this Original Rome Free Walking Tour for a fascinating stroll through the town center as we visit a number of the main sights you mustn’t miss, also as a number of my favorite off-the-beaten-path spots. Our route is carefully planned, and that we make a degree of happening unique little back alleys that few people fathom. we’ll start the tour at the bottom of Trajan’s Column, which is near Venice Square (Piazza Venezia), located within the true heart of the Italian capital.
The Original Rome Free Walking Tour sees Rome’s main tourist attractions. First, admire the Barcaccia Fountain, the Victory Column of Aurelius, the Palace of Chigi and also the Temple of Hadrian, a time temple dedicated to the deified Emperor Hadrian, the remains of which are incorporated into a late Baroque building. We finish near a number of Rome’s best bars and restaurants! However, on Sundays, the Pantheon is closed, so we won’t be able to go inside.
✔ Professional guide
✘ Food and drinks, unless specified
Departure Point: Piazza di S. Giovanni in Laterano, 4, 00184 Roma RM, Italy
Return Details: Piazza di S. Giovanni in Laterano, 4, 00184 Roma RM, Italy
We will meet at the bottom of Trajan’s Column, near Venice Square (Piazza Venezia), within the true heart of the capital of Italy. After we’ve gotten to understand one another, I’ll start explaining the traditional Imperial Forum, the unification of Italy, and therefore the Renaissance rebirth of Rome. Every year, many people visit the Trevi Fountain, and I’ll show you why! Admire its beauty as I tell you the total story of the fountain and explain the coin-throwing tradition. The tour will then proceed to Piazza della Rotunda, which is home to the world-famous Pantheon. Discover the dynamic uses of Rome’s most significant pagan temple over the last 2000 years! We save the most effective for last: Piazza Navona, far and away Rome’s most elaborate square. Soak up the atmosphere as we enter the rivalry of the artists whose works have defined the sweetness of this square. We finish near a number of Rome’s best bars and restaurants! On Sundays, the Pantheon is closed, so we won’t be able to go inside.
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