Being in Italy during Christmas most certainly indicates to me that you are already a person who likes to make life interesting. During the holidays some families and couples like to get away from it all to spend time in a deeply cultural and historic City which invigorates are spirits and deepens the experience of our time together.
When everything else is closed and it seems like there is nothing else to do, we have arranged a walk full of fun stories and cultural facts. Starting in the center of the city at Piazza Venezia we make a quick introduction explaining the significance of that area, then we continue to a part of ancient Rome would you probably have not been to before, from there we go through the Jewish ghetto, everything is open there of course. Passing the pantheon which should be closed but who knows, we go through Piazza Campo de fiori and Piazza navona. A beautiful stroll passes us next to Castle Sant Angelo another of Rome’s most famous gems full of characteristic stories of Emperors and Pope’s and secret passageways.
Finally we enter the Vatican through st. Peter’s Square, this finale absolutely brings your Christmas Day walk to a spectacular highlight. Our cultural historian we wish you a happy Christmas and give you directions to the nearest taxi or Metro.
Although I have briefly mentioned a few sites on this walk, there is so much to see. Each guided walk has a lot more value than I have described here. We have different stops in between these sites which are of course of proper significance. I’m aware that you may have visited these sites before but we do know what we’re doing and we shake it up so that you are getting more. Not to mention that’s my guides are special and spending a day with them is a whole worthwhile experience.
· Piazza Venezia
· Trajan’s forum and Column
· Via Del Corso
· Capitoline Hill and the “Wedding Cake” monument
· Piazza Campidoglio and Teatro di Marcello
· The Jewish Ghetto and Piazza Campo De Fiori
· The Cat Sanctuary and Pantheon (from the outside if closed)
· Piazza Navona and Castel Sant Angelo
· St. Peter’s Square.
· The tour will start at 11 a.m. and will finish at around 3.30 p.m.
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