Rome: Walking and Coach Tour by Night
- Enjoy Rome as you've never seen it before - by night!
- Receive expert commentary along the way
- Visit marvelous monuments under another light
- Learn their history and unique facts
- Toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain, ensuring your return to Rome
Have you ever seen the Oscar Academy Award winner "La Dolce Vita" by Federico Fellini? The unforgettable scene where beautiful Anita Ekberg invites Marcello Mastroianni to join her into Trevi Fountain’s water? Your tour starts from here. Your guide will tell you about the marvelous Trevi Fountain and, of course, you will have the chance to throw a coin over your shoulder into the water, to make sure you will be back in Rome.
Your walk continues towards Piazza delle Rotonda, where you will admire the majestic Pantheon (the best-preserved Roman temple) while learning about the millennial history of this monument. You might recall seeing Brad Pitt and Catherine Zeta-Jones here in Ocean’s Twelve. Next you will see Piazza Navona, a square beloved by the Romans, where you will admire the Fountain of the Four Rivers designed by Bernini and featured in the movie Angels & Demons and many more.
After this pleasant walking tour you will get on board a motor coach, to enjoy a relaxing panoramic tour and discover the magical charm of the most famous monuments illuminated at night. Your guide will tell you about Castel Sant'Angelo, originally built as a mausoleum for the emperor Hadrian, and then transformed into a safe haven for the Popes thanks to the passageway that connects it directly to the Vatican. For all the opera lovers, this is the place where the “Tosca” by Puccini comes to its tragic end. The itinerary continues with St. Peter’s Square, Tiberina Island, and The Mouth of Truth — that became legend after the release of the classic movie "Roman Holiday", with Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn.
The coach tour continues overlooking Circus Maximus and the Palatine Hill, and it ends with the symbol of Rome: the Colosseum. Take your best pictures where Ridley Scott’s “The Gladiator” was set and end the tour at this magnificent landmark.
- Professional local guide
- Panoramic tour
- Drop-off from November to March only
- Pick-up service
- People with mobility impairments
Prepare for the activity
On the corner of Via del Traforo (near street no.148) and Largo del Tritone. Meet on the wide sidewalk opposite the wedding-dress shop. Please be there at least 15 minutes prior to departure. Late arrivals cannot be accommodateOpen in Google Maps ⟶