A fabulous journey into the beauty of classical Rome, with its most famous monuments known all over the world. After a short ride by our open bus, our local guide will take you on a pleasant stroll through the historic center of Rome, where you can admire the Trevi Fountain, The Column of Marcus Aurelius, the Montecitorio Palace, the Pantheon, Navona Square, Castel Sant’Angelo, until St. Peter’s Square.
Starting time 9:30 am
Duration 3 hours
at 9 15 am in GLT TERMINAL - Via Giovanni Amendola 32
Face musk FFP2 is required
Leaving the GLT terminal, by our open bus from the Termini station, driving along Via Cavour you can admire from the bus some of the most famous buildings representing the history of Rome, such as the Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica and the Colosseum, until you will reach Piazza Venezia, with the imposing Monument dedicated to the King Vittorio Emanuele II, where you will get off to start and enjoy a fabulous walking tour with our local guide. Get ready to discover all the secrets and the historical events linked to the most famous monuments of Classical Rome.
You will be surprised in front of the magnificent Trevi fountain, the largest and one of the most famous fountains in Rome. And then, step by step, you will really enter the heart of the city, crossing the famous Corso street, and admiring the Column of Marcus Aurelis, the Montecitorio Palace, seat of the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Republic and of the Italian Parliament, arriving to the beautiful Piazza della Rotonda, dominated by the imposing Pantheon.
You will continue to be surprised by the beauty and grandeur of the city, admiring the Palazzo Madama, seat of italian Senate, and the splendid Piazza Navona, one of the most famous monumental squares in Rome, built in monumental style by the Pamphili family thanks to Pope Innocent X (Giovanni Battista Pamphili) with the typical shape of an ancient stadium.
Finally passing alongside Castel Sant’Angelo, the tour will end at the center of catholic world, St. Peter’s Square, where there will be an explanation of the Basilica only from outside (with chance to receive the Papal blessing on Sundays).
Tour available every day in the morning.
Tour stops working: The day of the Rome Marathon.
Duration: about 3 hours
Departures only with a minimum group of 6 people.
The tour is not recommended for people with walking difficulties.
Architectural barriers along the path.
Entrance to churches requires appropriate dress code (shorts, miniskirts or uncovered shoulders are not allowed).
Bulky luggage and backpacks are not allowed.
This tour was on our first day in Rome and it was a great introduction to the city. We saw a lot in a short period of time, including the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon and several other wonderful sights. The morning tour ended at the Vatican and there's an option to see the Colosseum in the afternoon but we did that on a different day. It's definitely good value for the price, as we saw a lot. Our tour guide was great and we had a really fun time.