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Historical Rome Walking Tour €48

Operates: Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday

Starts: 9:30am

Duration: 3 hours

Adults: €48

Children: €40 (4 – 8 years)

Explore the important monuments, squares, fountains, streets, and buildings of Rome

Marvel Italy’s famous fountains include Trevi Fountain and Fountain of the Four Rivers

Admire the famous Spanish Steps

Visit the former Roman temple, the Pantheon, and see the tomb of Raphael

Officially licensed local Rome guide


Small group tour

Please meet your guide at Teatro Argentina. You will be given full instructions once you have completed your booking.

Historical Rome Walking Tour €48

Historial Rome Walking Tour Itinerary

Featuring over 2000 years of history, Rome remains at the top of the list for travellers who love to discover ancient civilisations and hear the fascinating stories behind them. This Historical Rome Walking Tour sets out to explore the Eternal City and all the striking landmarks that remain wonderfully preserved despite having stood for hundreds, if not thousands of years.

Our first stop on this engaging three-hour tour will be the Piazza Navona. Surrounded by beautiful palaces, churches and a collection of three stunning fountains, including Bernini’s Fountain of the Four Rivers, this is an outstanding place to begin our adventure. Immerse yourself within the culture of Rome as you experience this square that features a variety of fascinating street artists, market stalls and historic structures, which come together to embody everything that makes Rome so special.

Our walk continues onwards, passing the Church of San Luigi dei Francesi as we make our way to Piazza della Rotonda, otherwise known as the Pantheon Square. It’s here that you’ll get to admire some of the city’s key historic wonders as we visit the Pantheon, which is where Italian icons such as the painter Raphael and legendary kings Vittorio Emanuele II and Umberto I are buried.

Next, we’ll wind our way through the charming narrow streets of Rome as we arrive at the Trevi Fountain. Without a doubt one of Rome’s most recognisable marvels, take part in the local tradition and throw a coin over your shoulder – it supposedly ensures that you will return to Rome one day.

Our walk concludes at Piazza di Spagna, a sprawling square that sits at the bottom of the renowned Spanish Steps. Piazza di Spagna is one of the city’s most popular destinations and provides a bustling space for incredible artistic and cultural delights. From Bernini’s Barcaccia Fountain to the Trinità dei Monti and the Keats Shelley House – dedicated to the English poet John Keats – the Piazza di Spagna is a remarkable endpoint for our journey.

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