Private Must see attraction walking tour
This tour is the first to take arriving in Rome;
immediately you will get to know the layout of the city centre and its top sights.
It is a very easy going and relaxing walking tour that begins by the Spanish steps, strolling through the city centre you will come across the most amazing landmarks that make Rome an open air Museum.
Including: Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain , Column of Marcus Aurelius, Temple of Hadrian, Pantheon. Plus of course piazzas like Piazza Navona, with Bernini's mysterious Fountain of Four Rivers.
With one amazing stroll you will have the friendly feeling of the living pulse of Rome and its world known icons.
We will have the opportunity to taste Expresso coffee or cappuccino in one of the oldest coffee shops in Rome, or if summer a grand gelato break.
Discover amazing Piazzas and cobblestone alleys and in three hours hear all the side stories and anecdotes that have made Rome the fascinating and captivating city it is.
Starting from Spanish Steps.
Column of Marcus Aurelius
Temple of Hadrian
Fountain of Four Rivers
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Meeting Point will be Spanish Square:
At the bottom of the Spanish Steps, near Babington Tea Room, Looking at the Steps on the left.
End location: Tour will end in Navona Square, lovely area where to have lunch or a great Gelato.
Duration: 3 hours
This is a walking tour.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 euro - Taxi ride from hotel to Spanish steps meeting point and taxi ride back to Hotel
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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Manuela did two different tours for us -- one day apart - she is an excellent guide - you will not be disappointed -- she based her tour - on our rate of participation -- there was never a rushed feeling. She was extremely patient and kind - to answer all questions asked.
James David Wagner