Visit the most famous squares and fountains of Rome on this private walking tour. Start the tour at Piazza Farnese, a Renaissance masterpiece where the Michelangelo designed Palazzo Farnese is located, and go to the lively Campo de’ Fiori, where the street market takes place every morning. The square is heart of Roman nightlife, and perfect location for the typical “aperitivo” after 18.00
Afterwards, the tour stops at the stunning Fountain of the Four Rivers on Piazza Navona, the old Domitian stadium. From there we reach the Pantheon, Rome’s majestic ancient temple devoted to all the gods, that you can enter for a quick visit. This private walking tour of squares and fountains of Rome continues on to the Piazza Colonna, where the Column of Marcus Aurelius stands right in front of the house of government.
The next stop is the awesome Trevi Fountain, where you’ll be able to toss a coin in the water for good luck, and form there we walk just a little longer to get to the Spanish Steps, heart of the fashion district and house to one of the most peculiar Roman fountains: the Barcaccia. The private walking tour of Rome’s squares and fountains gets you then to Piazza del Popolo, our last stop.
The tour is offered in English and Italian. Other languages such as German, Russian, French, Spanish are be available on request.Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere private walking tour
This private walking tour of Rome’s Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere will let you discover the unique charme of two lovely and ancient district of Rome’s: the old Jewish Quarter and the vibrant neighborhod called Trastevere. The tour starts on Piazza Mattei, where your guide will meet you by the lovely Turtle Fountain, which is the very first highlight you’ll see on the tour. After that, you’ll set off to explore the Jewish Quarter, soaking in its peculiar atmosphere and learning some interesting stories about the Jewish community of Rome.
The private walking tour of the Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere then stops at the Great Synagogue of Rome and at the impressive remains of the Porticus of Octavia, dating back to first Century B.C. We then proceed to the Temple of Hercules at the Forum Boarium and further to the “Mouth of Truth”. From there, we cross the river Tiber walking through the island and having a good look at the ruins of the Ponte Rotto.
We have now reached Trastevere, which also houses the legacy of the Jewish history in Rome. However, Trastevere is nowadays a diverse and vibrant district that offers some of the most unique glimpses of the Eternal City. You will visit the Basilica Santa Cecilia, then wander around the quaint, picturesque alleyways to get to Santa Maria in Trastevere, the main square and very heart of the neighborhod.
The tour is offered in English and Italian. Other languages such as German, Russian, French, Spanish are be available on request.