APRIL & MAY PROMOTION! Enjoy a guided tour Baroque Rome walking tours with an Italian aperitif in a friendly atmosphere! Great for history buffs and those with limited sightseeing time, this tour lets you take in many of Rome’s top attractions in less than two hours. Your small group (with a maximum of 25 people) will visit such iconic sites as Trevi Fountain, The Pantheon, and Piazza Navona, and the Vittoriano (the Altar of the Fatherland)—all of which sit amid bustling modern shops and cafés. Guiding you will be an English-speaking history expert, whose knowledge will bring these ancient attractions to vivid life. Gazing up at The Pantheon—which is still considered an architectural marvel today Posing for pictures at one of the most-photographed sites in Rome: the Trevi Fountain Capping off the afternoon as many Romans do: with an Italian aperitif in a friendly lounge
After meeting your group at 5:30 p.m. at Piazza dell'Ara Coeli, you’ll admire the famous staircase designed by Michelangelo and the impressive white building of Vittoriano that dominates the Eternal City. Then you’ll move to the famous Trevi Fountain. Once there, you can join the throngs of visitors admiring its grand travertine façade, its sprawling aquamarine pool, and its marble statues of Oceanus and his Tritons. You can pose for photos, or just pretend you’re in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita. After it you’ll see the Pantheon: Though nearly 2,000 years old, the structure is still the best-preserved remnant of ancient Rome. Your tour then reaches one of Rome’s most famous, and beautiful squares: Piazza Navona. A sweeping, oval-shaped square that’s anchored by three historic fountains (including the Bernini's Fountain of the Four Rivers), it’s also a hub of nightlife for the modern city, and going back to meeting point you’ll taste a real Italian aperitif taking part to the Romans everyday life in a cozy lounge in the heart of Rome.