Maximus Tours is proud to offer the least expensive Semi Private Evening Walking Tour available! With our knowledgeable and entertaining Rome tour guides you will escape the crowds of tourists to walk in the footsteps of Emperors. Like most European Capitals, the city of Rome is best explored at dusk. This walking tour covers the most famous monuments, piazzas and fountains in the heart of present day Rome and the historic centre. The tour also explores some of the smaller treasures which are off the beaten track and hard to find. Don't wait until the last minute to book as spaces are limited.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Piazza Navona, Rome, LazioIn Piazza Navona we circle the work of the Baroque master Bernini with the River of the Four Fountains.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Trevi Fountain, Rome, LazioContinuing along the pedestrian areas of the city we experience La Dolce Vita with the Trevi Fountain allowing everyone the chance to throw a coin over their shoulder ensuring a return visit to the Eternal City.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Piazza Venezia, Rome, LazioBeginning at the 'wedding cake' monument of Vittorio Emanuelle II and Piazza Venezia we experience Roman traffic in all of its glory before heading down into the small quiet picturesque cobbled stone streets which are full of people leisurely strolling past the many outdoor cafes, wine bars and restaurants pouring into the streets and piazzas.Duration: 15 minutesStop At: Pantheon, Rome, LazioOur fascinating Rome tour guide will take you to see the Pantheon; an architectural wonder of the world. We will not only have the chance to view this Ancient place of worship from the outside but we will have the chance to enter to view the amazing spherical dome and the tomb of the great Renaissance artist Raphael.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Spanish Steps, Rome, LazioThis tour also passes the Spanish Steps, a popular destination for young (and old) lovers, as well as fashion enthusiasts as Gucci & Prada walk the streets. Find out the real name of the Spanish Steps and who built them.Duration: 15 minutes