a full day through the history of Rome
This is a perfect introduction to the history of Rome. We'll start our tour in the morning from the ancient Rome area visiting the colosseum, palatine hill, forums and capitol hill. We'll walk on 2000 years old streets and you'll understand the roman way of life at that time. After a short break for lunch we'll proceed our walking tour going to the renassaince and baroque section of Rome. We'll visit the fantastic pantheon wich is famous for its fantastic dome made of concrete almost 2000 years ago, the spanish steps wich is considered the romantic area of Rome and we'll finish with the most important fountain of Rome:the Trevi fountain where you'll throw the coin and make a wish and, according to tradition, you'll be back in Rome once again!
It's an experience that you'll never forget especially because you're going to do it with Ennio, a real roman guide born and raised in Rome!
***this tour can't happen on the first sunday of the month because Colosseum is for free and there's no way to make reservation to skip the line***
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I'll meet you in front of the entrance to the colosseo subway station. I'll have a folder with your name on it.Anyway,if you want,i can meet you at your hotel or wherever you want
End location: The tour will end at Trevi Fountain wich is located downtown Rome closeby subway station and taxi stop
Duration: 7 hours
this is a walking tour but i can provide transportation with private car and driver if you need it. just contact me in advance
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 Euro - This is approximately the cost for transportation and meals and snacks
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Ennio led us on a fun and enjoyable day. He took us to a great local restaurant for Pizza at lunch. He was laid back and great to be around. He led our group at a very enjoyable pace and was extremely informative. We had great conversation and had a great day in Rome seeing the highlights with him.
Robert E. Mitchell