Have Rome exclusively to yourself , be the first to enjoy the icons of Rome.
This early bird walking tour will enable you to discover Rome with its remarkable amount of world-famous and iconic works of art. An open air Museum, free of charge, no tickets needed.
Having a local, certified tour guide, to enhance your experience, pointing out what goes beyond first site, or, what cannot be missed along the way, will make a great difference.
A relaxed stroll when Rome is just waking up, away from crowds and big groups fully enjoying the surrounding space of a Piazza.
Discovering the anecdotes about the Trevi Fountain, be among the first to toss the coin in for that day. Hear about the unique artists of the past behind every creation, their challenging determination to leave a landmark in this eternal City. All this will make your experience unforgettable.
Starting from Spanish Steps, Trevi fountain, Column of Marcus Aurelius, Temple of Hadrian, Pantheon, Navona Square.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Suggested by Guide: Meeting point will be at the Spanish Steps on Piazza Di Spagna. Looking at the Steps on the bottom left there is Babington Tea Room. I will be there holding a sign with your name on it to be recognizable.
Duration: 3 hours
This is a walking tour.
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 euro - In case of groups over 5 people, Headsets will be required,to make explanation easily followed by all participants.
- Personal Expenses
I am not a driver but I can, upon request, arrange for a private driver with car or minivan. I provide walking tours, however, we can also move from one venue to the other by taxi.
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Getting up on holiday for a tour starting at 07:30 might not be everyone's cup of tea (frankly it's not mine) but this was really worth it. When we arrived on Sunday afternoon we had wandered down to the Trevi fountain (near our hotel) to find it swamped. At 07:40 we were sharing the site with maybe 40 people. Manuela gave us really informed commentary around key sites letting us have a really good overview of a key area of central Rome, and still with much of the day to spare. Strongly recommended.