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Rome: 2-Hour Private Customized Tour

1. Rome: 2-Hour Private Customized Tour

Take a private tour of Rome customized for you and enjoy a truly unique experience. Explore the city with a like-minded local and get the chance to chat about life in the city like a friend. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Meet at a pre-arranged point convenient for you and then venture off to see sights such as the Spanish Steps or Colosseum. Change direction at any point as you desire or following recommendations from your guide. Get insider tips and venture off the beaten track to discover sites not mentioned in the guide books.

Rome Evening Walking Tour

2. Rome Evening Walking Tour

The tour starts in the Piazza di Spagna, at the base of the Spanish Steps. The 135 steps related to the historic Bourbon Spanish Embassy to the church of Trinità dei Monti at the summit, proceed to the Rococo splendor of the Trevi Fountain, your guide will explain the tradition of throwing a coin over your shoulder into the fountain and you will eventually return to Rome. Walk to the Pantheon, the largest brick dome in the history of architecture and is considered a forerunner of all modern places of worship, the Pantheon is dedicated to the gods of Olympus and one of the best-preserved monuments of ancient Rome. The tour will end at Piazza Navona which is built on the ruins of Domitian Circus, adorned by Bernini’s Fountain of the four rivers.

Rome: Early Morning Sightseeing and Piazzas with Breakfast

3. Rome: Early Morning Sightseeing and Piazzas with Breakfast

Wake up slowly, enjoy a typical Italian breakfast and walk around in a city that is awakening. This early-morning tour is an immersive and exclusive experience that will guide you between Piazza del Popolo, Piazza di Spagna, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, and Piazza Navona, whilst immersing you in the history of ancient Rome. The smell of coffee at the first light of day is the best way to wake up and enjoy the peace of Rome before the city comes back to life. You can enjoy what has now become an indissoluble couple in many other parts of Europe and the world: "cappuccino and cornetto". Join this exploration for some of the Eternal city's most characteristic piazzas and fountains such Piazza del Popolo, Piazza di Spagna, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, and Piazza Navona, as well as a typical Italian breakfast.

Best of Rome by E-Bike

4. Best of Rome by E-Bike

On this 3-hour private e-bike tour enjoy an evening ride to the Forum Boarium, which is the oldest standing building in Rome. Ride to the Aventine Hill for a panoramic view from the Orange Garden. Ride to the Colosseum, which is the city’s most-recognizable monument. Head up the Capitoline Hill, for a sweeping view of the Roman Forum. Stop at Piazza Venezia, home to the iconic Trevi Fountain. Explore the high-end shopping district and stop at the Spanish Steps. Head for the Pantheon – the magnificent Roman temple. See Piazza Navona, featuring the Fountain of the 4 Rivers. Stop at St. Peter’s Square in Vatican City, and then head back, passing the lively area of Campo de' Fiori.

Rome: Roman Piazzas with Colosseum and Roman Forum Tour

5. Rome: Roman Piazzas with Colosseum and Roman Forum Tour

Relive some of the most exciting periods in Rome's history on this tour. In the Roman Forum, travel back in time to the 15th of March 44 BC, the day on which Julius Caesar, idolized by the people almost as a god on earth, is assassinated. Retrace his last day through the streets of Rome, and get immersed in the culture and daily life of the ancient world's greatest metropolis. Recreate the oratory of Cicero and uncover the lives of the emperors, which live on today in these evocative spaces. Relive the simultaneously fascinating and horrifying spectacles of death in the Colosseum that so often transfixed the Roman population. One of the cruelest and most enigmatic aspects of Roman culture, get an understanding of the place that this brutal entertainment had in ancient society. Learn about the lives of the gladiators, men who were compelled to live out a precarious existence on the sands of the arena, from their energy-sapping training to violent deaths before a blood-thirsty crowd. Finally, examine the awe-inspiring architecture of this iconic structure, and revive the ingenious engineering that made these violent spectacles possible. Fast-forward over 1,000 years and delve into the height of Rome's golden age in the enchanting streets and piazzas of the Renaissance and Baroque city, where timeless monuments await around every corner. Visit the Trevi Fountain, a stunning example of Baroque architecture, and a symbol of the city the world over. Water also plays a vital role in the theatrics of your final stop, Piazza Navona, where Gianlorenzo Bernini's Four Rivers Fountain dominates a space that still bears the traces of its ancient origins as a racetrack.

Rome: Private Tour of Iconic City Landmarks with Lunch

6. Rome: Private Tour of Iconic City Landmarks with Lunch

The tour begins with pickup from your hotel by your friendly, local guide. Enjoy a delicious Italian espresso to set you up for a day of walking around the city, then hit the picturesque streets of Rome. With your guide, discuss which sights and attractions interest you most and customize the tour to suit your preferences. Spend the day exploring the city, and visit all the main tourist attractions including the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, Circus Maximus, Spanish Steps, Navona Square, Pantheon and Trevi Fountain. As you tour around the city, learn about Rome’s fascinating history from your experienced guide, and receive tips and recommendations to enhance your visit. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, head to a local restaurant for a traditional Italian lunch. Feel immersed in the authentic atmosphere of this family-run restaurant as you dine on freshly prepared and delicious homemade food such as fettuccine and antipasto. After lunch, visit the majestic Vatican and its museum, then discover the wonders of the world-famous Sistine Chapel. Spend 2 hours exploring the site, then head to the incredible St. Peter’s Basilica, an iconic symbol of Italy’s history, culture, and spirituality.

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What people are saying about Spanish Steps

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 339 reviews

We booked this tour on the first evening of our vacation, were picked up by our guide at the hotel and then took a taxi to the start of the tour. Being guided through the city in the evening by a Roman woman in German was a great and recommendable experience. We already got a good spatial feeling for the city and received one or the other tip along the way.

Excellent guide

Gerry was a very accompanying guide. He was flexible in meeting my needs. In just a few short hours he showed me highlights of the city center, introduced me to gelato, and got me a cab back to my hotel. I have happy memories.

A competent and linguistically well-versed tour guide introduced us to the glittering sights and secrets of the eternal city. A "must" when visiting Rome.

Gerry is a local host who takes you on a walk around Rome telling anecdotes and history of Rome

Gerry is the best! So nice, knowledgeable and kind.