I named this The Heart of Rome tour because my Historians really do take their time offer you an experience of the most important sites. Not just the most famous but small usually unknown places of interest. This experience wont leave your memory
This is an easy going walking tour. Traversing the heart of the city you will discover the Spanish Steps, the famous Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, the lively night time square of Campo di Fiori, as well the tomb of the artist Raphael.
As far as we are concerned this is the real tour of Rome. It’s the tour which brings you to the most beautiful areas of the city and you get a feeling for life in Rome as we walk around, revealing Rome, old and new, its Christian and Pagan marvels, and its optical illusions.
Even if you have already walked these areas come again with one of us and see them with new eyes.
When possible we will stop for an ice cream!!! This tour is all walking in a downhill direction to make it easier on you guys.
At the last stop on the tour you will be within walking distance of “Trastevere”, the eating quarter of Rome with lots of different restaurants to choose from.
This tour takes about 2-2.5 hours.
Meeting everyday at 6 p.m. in front of the fountain at the bottom of the Spanish Steps . We will always be found holding our umbrella with angels
The Pantheon is closed on sundays and sometimes also on public holidays. In those cases we tour from the outside and still give you the full info.
If you book the Eco Tour, the Heart Of Rome tour, the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel and the Colosseum/Ancient Rome tour you have seen just about everything worth seeing. We will offer the Heart of Rome tour for free if you book all these combinations in any order.
On December 31 we will start the tour already at 4 pm and the price will be a bit higher on this day in question, but your guide Sean will include some extras that day and can give advise for New Years eve in case you won’t join us that night again.
The price for the Heart of Rome tour is 40 Euro per adult, 20 Euro per student but still free for kids under 10!