Roma Walking tours

A pathway through more than 2,000 years of history. We will walk among the ruins of ancient Rome. A trip back in time not to be missed to understand the Latin expression: Roma Caput Mundi.

ESQUILIN AND OPPIAN HILL TOUR

We'll start our tour from the Esquiline Hill visiting the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, one of the four papal basilicas. The Church of the dizzying mosaic of Santa Praxedes, San Martino ai Monti. On ...

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Aventino Tour

The tour departs from Piazza del Campidoglio which is one of the most beautiful squares in Rome. This beautiful square was conceived and created by Michelangelo, suspended over the spectacular Roman Forum. Of all the ...

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Roma Barocca

Starting from one of the apotheosis of the Roman Baroque St. Peter's Basilica. I will tell you the mysteries of the smallest state in the world. How when the Pope was in danger he took ...

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ESQUILIN AND OPPIAN HILL TOUR

We'll start our tour from the Esquiline Hill visiting the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, one of the four papal basilicas. The Church of the dizzying mosaic of Santa Praxedes, San Martino ai Monti. On the way to where it all began - the Colle Oppio. We will walk over the Baths of Titus, those of Trajan, the Domus Aurea and then finally reach the arena of gladiators - The Colosseum. The gladiator gym - the Ludus Magnus. We will admire along the way the Arch of Constantine, the Temple of Venus, the Basilica of Maxentius. The Via dei Fori Imperiali which Mussolini sought to glorify to magnify the splendour of some of the greatest Roman emperors.

Aventino Tour

The tour departs from Piazza del Campidoglio which is one of the most beautiful squares in Rome. This beautiful square was conceived and created by Michelangelo, suspended over the spectacular Roman Forum.

Of all the perspectives which captures the beauty of Rome, one of the most unforgettable is certainly that the Circus Maximus. To witness Rome’s glorious past surrounded by the majestic ruins of the Imperial Palaces.

Then we arrive on the Tiber Island, shaped like a ship and from which we can admire the Ghetto to retrace the life of Roman Jews. We end our tour at the Foro Boario and the Mouth of Truth where Audrey Hepburn joked with Gregory Peck in Roman Holiday.

Roma Barocca

Starting from one of the apotheosis of the Roman Baroque St. Peter's Basilica. I will tell you the mysteries of the smallest state in the world. How when the Pope was in danger he took refuge in Castel Sant'Angelo, (formerly the mausoleum of Hadrian) along the famous "small step".

We will walk on the famous cobblestones through the streets of one of the few villages remaining unchanged over time - Borgo Pio. Then crossing the Tiber to reach Via dei Coronari which is famous for its many antique shops. Piazza Navona will welcome us with its majesty, its colours where Bernini and Borromini had fun in making war by creating timeless beauty. We will pause for a break at Café S.Eustachio one of the most popular clubs of the centre. Once refreshed, we will move on to the Pantheon the oldest monument in the capital excellently preserved on the way to the Trevi Fountain, which was made famous worldwide by Fellini's film La Dolce Vita.

To enjoy a little bit of the garden area of ​​Rome, we will go to Villa Borghese. A famous former hunting estate of the Borghese family, a noble italian family of the 16th century originally from Siena who moved to Rome for becoming more rich and powerful. The estate is the greenest lung of Rome where you can enjoy a beautiful view of Piazza del Popolo one of the most picturesque squares in Rome . Many are the monuments we will see during our journey will not be as imposing as the Mausoleum of Augustus and the Ara Pacis where we will end our Baroque tour