Get the best of Rome city center with a local guide
Explore the Eternal City centre with a certified local guide who will bring the magic of the city and its thrilling history to life as you spend 2 hours seeing Roma highlights and visiting some of the best known artistic sites.
Our free walking tour of Rome begins in the central Piazza di Spagna. Start your tour in capital is the city of Baroque. Llearn how they got their name, admire the Trevi Fountain, considered the most beautiful Baroque fountain in the world. Do you know the legend about its construction?
Follow your local certified guide to discover its beauty and the history of Roman nobility and their stunning houses. Feel free to ask your guide about any curiosities. We also have a range of our Rome walking tours, including a Private Rome Tour or and our highly sought-after Vatican Tour. or Looking for Colosseum tickets and tour? Click here.
Your guide will show you Piazza Navona where the Bernini’s Fountain of Four Rivers with its giant statues of sea gods. Stop in front of incredible architecture of the Pantheon dome, you’ll learn the truth about the artist Raphael’s death.
This is just some of the highlights that our passionate guide will reveal to you. Now it is time to start. Enjoy your Roman Holiday.
Spanish Steps, in front of Barcaccia fountain.
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Piazza di Spagna, with the staircase leading to the church of Trinità dei Monti, the fountain of la Barcaccia, the house museum of English poets Keats and Shelley and much more, is beyond doubt one of Rome's most beautiful and famous squares.
Fontana di Trevi
Trevi Fountain is the most beautiful fountain in Rome. Measuring some 20 meters in width by 26 meters in height, Trevi Fountain is also the largest fountain in the city. Interestingly enough, the name of Trevi derives from Tre Vie (three ways), since the fountain was the meeting point of three streets.
Column of Marcus Aurelius
The Column that stands in the center of the square having the same name was erected between the year of the death of Marcus Aurelius in 180 AD, and 193 AD. The construction work was completed by Commodus, the emperor's son and successor.
Temple of Hadrian
The temple was located within the Campus Martius, a central area in ancient Rome. It was filled with monuments and religious buildings that were mostly destroyed over the centuries. Like many of the other ancient buildings in the area, during the 17th-century the temple was mostly in ruins. In 1695 it was incorporated into a papal palace.
The Pantheon is the best preserved monument of ancient Rome, it was also one of the most prestigious.
Once, it was in the bottom of a large courtyard. Today it is in direct contact with the street, on the beautiful Piazza della Rotonda.
Madama Palace (Senate)
Palazzo Madama is the palace of Rome. It is the seat of the Italian Senate. You can find it next to Piazza Navona.
Built in 1503, Palazzo Madama was commissioned by the Medici family. The Medicis were essentially the most powerful families in Florence. The family owns several palaces and villas all over Italy. The palace was the primary residence of the Medicis in Rome.
Navona Square is one of the most famous places in the city. Its characteristic oval shape follows directly the ancient perimeter of the underlying stadium of Domitian. Built by Emperor Domitian before 86 AD, the stadium was used for gymnastic competitions and, together with a nearby Odeon intended for competitions and musical performances, it was to constitute a real sports-cultural complex.
Campo dei Fiori square
Campo dei Fiori means 'field of flowers', a name derived from the Middle Ages when the area was still a meadow full of flowers. It is a misunderstanding that the name of the rectangular square is derived from the flower market that frequently takes place here. The square is very lively and colorful in the morning because of the daily fresh market with flowers, fruit, herbs and vegetables (monday to saturday). The square is not far from the famous Piazza Navona, a square which in my opinion is much more worth a visit than this overrated Camp de 'Fiori.
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