Uncover the stories behind the impressive monuments of Rome including squares, fountains and many ancient buildings
Marvel at the world-famous fountains including Trevi Fountain and Fountain of Rivers
Visit the Pantheon, which houses the tomb of Raphael
Admire the iconic Spanish Steps
Operates: Daily (except first Sunday of the month)
Duration: 3 hours
Children: €35 (4 – 14 years)
Group size: Maximum 15
Meet your guide at Piazza di Spagna at 2:40pm
Visit one of the most popular meeting places in Rome - the Piazza di Spagna and see the iconic Spanish Steps
Throw your coin at the Trevi Fountain to ensure your return to Rome
Discover the former Roman Temple - The Pantheon
Admire the stunning palaces, churches and three fountains of the Piazza Navona
Having the nickname of the Eternal City, Rome features an almost unparalleled amount of history and culture that millions of visitors come and explore each year. With so many centuries-old landmarks that have remained remarkably preserved over the years, this Historical Rome Walking Tour pays a visit to many of the very best as we set off across this three-hour adventure.
Join your professional tour guide as our walk starts from the bustling Piazza di Spagna, which provides a stellar example of Italian Baroque design. Named for the Spanish Embassy that has been located here since the 17th-century, this popular square is also where you’ll find the renowned Spanish Steps. Don’t miss your chance to explore this historic plaza as just some of the marvels to explore include the Barcaccia Fountain, the Trinità dei Monti, and the Keats Shelley House.
As we continue to explore the rest of Rome, we’ll roam the charming cobblestone streets as we make our way to the celebrated Trevi Fountain. This is one of the most beautiful landmarks in all of Rome, and you should definitely commemorate it by taking part in the local tradition and throwing a coin over your shoulder. We’ll soon make our way to our next stop of Piazza della Rotonda, also known as the Pantheon Square. This part of the city is home to some of the Rome’s most historic structures, like the Pantheon and its striking dome and oculus. In addition, many of the nation’s most illustrious figures are buried here, including the painter Raphael, King Vittorio Emanuele II and King Umberto I.
The last place that we’ll visit on this tour is the Piazza Navona. Perhaps Rome’s most stunning space, there’s a wealth of ancient churches and palaces to explore. One unmissable highlight is Bernini’s Fountain of the Four Rivers, which is where we’ll conclude our walk. Having completed this journey through the ancient streets of Rome, not only will you have visited some wonderfully beautiful places, but you’ll also understand why millions of people continue to visit Rome year after year.
This meeting point for this tour is at Piazza di Spagna. You will be given full instructions once you have completed your booking.