This is a sightseeing tour of Rome. There are 2 options for 3 hours each
During this tour, you will stroll through the “relatively young” historical center of Rome, visiting the most famous places builded from the Renaissance to the unification of Italy.
Together we will see in some places echoes of antiquity, which still do not cease to amaze even the locals. We will take a look at some famous churches, where by order of the Popes the most outstanding artists of that era worked.
Also, walking through the famous shopping areas, if desired, we can take a break in caffetteria and gelateria to try the famous Italian coffee and ice cream.
We will visit:
Piazza del Popolo, Terrace of Pincho (panoramic view)
Piazza di Spagna, Trevi Fountain, Augustus Mausoleum
Piazza Venezia, Pantheon, Temple of Hadrian
A number of Churches of different eras and styles.
Navona Square, the Castle of the Holy Angel
Piazza San Pietro and more.
This walk-through ancient Rome, the center of the once great Roman Empire. In addition to famous sights, we will see some less famous but even more ancient sites than the Colosseum itself.
I will tell you how from a small village, Rome turned into the capital of a huge Empire, where various deities were worshiped. To then fall into oblivion and be reborn again but under the auspices of a young religion, Christianity.
We will visit:
Capitol Hill overlooking the Roman Forum
Imperial forums, Terme Trajan (the golden house of Nero)
Colosseum and Arch of Constantine (outside)
Park Celii with the remains of the aqueduct
Terme Caracalla, Circus Maximus
Hill Aventine with the famous keyhole
The mouth of truth, the Theater Marcello and much more.
The tour doesn’t included visits to the Archaeological Zone (the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum).
I spend a visit to this zone separately from the Antique Tour, in the section of the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum (2 hours)
These 3 places can be visited on a single ticket for the entire archaeological zone.
The ticket price is 16 euros. For children under 18 and for pensioners after 65 years admission is free.
It is advisable to bring a document certifying age.