Classic walking tour from Spanish Steps to Piazza Navona
A perfect introduction to the history and traditions of the Eternal City.
I'll meet you at the bottom of the Spanish Steps, at Piazza di Spagna, area of the exclusive shopping and famous for the Fountain La "Barcaccia" (Ugly Boat).
We'll continue our walk to the spectacular Trevi Fountain and to the Pantheon, one of the best preserved building of the Ancient Rome.
After a short break to try a good espresso or a gelato (I'll be happy to show you my fav sites for both), we'll end at Piazza Navona, famous for the Fountain of Four Rivers, designed by Bernini.
- Wear comfortably shoes (uneven floors)
- Bring a bottle of water (you can refill it during the tour)
- Be aware of the heat (90F° with high humidity in June/July)
If your hotel is the center we can adapt the tour on the meeting location
Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps)
Piazza Navona (Fountain of the Four Rivers)
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building, Suggested by Guide: At the bottom of the Spanish Steps, in front of Babington's Tea Room (Piazza di Spagna 23) I'll send more details (photo and map) after the booking
Duration: 3 hours
The Pantheon is a working Church so can be closed for Catholic events.
-Timing may change depending on your pace and level of interest
-This tour is totally outdoor.
Tour is provided even in case of light rain since we can use umbrellas and raincoats.
In case of heavy showers we can choose together to change the itinerary or the date of the tour
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 euro - the cost of a taxi ride
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
I'm a qualified guide of Rome, I'm permitted to guide in English and Italian Language
I'm not a driver. I provide WALKING tours, with a special focus on Art and Archaeology.
If needed, we can take taxi to reach the museum/archaeological site
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Choose this tour to get a general knowledge of main downtown area of Rome, were we would be spending the next 6 days. Marisa covered it all and then some, so we were comfortable touring and knowledgeable enough to further our exploration on our own. Marisa is a gem not to pass up.