Explore a fascinating neighborhood in Rome: Trastevere. Join a small group led by an expert guide to learn about Jewish history and presence in Rome.
Rome Streets: Walking tour in the day
Discover the great romantic charm of Rome in a small group walking tour
Duration: 3 hours
This tour runs with several departures in the day depending on the season.
- Adults (Ages 10+)
- Children (Ages 3-9)
- Infants (Ages 2 and Under)
- Private Tour starting from
Guided Walking Tour – Streets of Rome
Walk the streets of Rome without standing in line to enter a museum, church or gallery. Enjoy local life and street performers. Take photos and grab Italian street food. Experience Rome to the fullest!
Our Day in Rome walking tour is a much-needed introduction to the complexity of Rome, a city that spans more than 2,500 years of culture, history, and art. This is a chance to get your bearings and make the most of your stay.
Join our very small group (maximum 12 participants or less) at the Pantheon. Here you will be met by our experienced local guide who will take you through the ancient streets and learn about some of Rome’s most famous sites. We will start with the Pantheon, a feat of ancient architecture with its original concrete dome. Other sites on our itinerary will be the Trevi Fountain, made famous by Fellini’s film “La Dolce Vita”. We will also walk to Piazza di Spagna, with its iconic Spanish steps, and to Piazza Navona with Bernini’s fountain of the Four Rivers. Along the way, we might peek into a church, have a taste of gelato, a bite of pizza al taglio or boost our energy with a shot of caffè espresso.
Walks in Europe guarantees that your day in Rome will be both enjoyable and informative. Group tour welcome a maximum of 12 people. Private tours are highly customizable and the itinerary can be bespoken.
- Piazza Navona
- Spanish Steps
- Piazza di Spagna
- Trevi Fountain
- Expert Walks in Europe tour guide
- Small groups of max 12 people or private tours
- Transportation to the meeting spot
- Food / drinks
We meet by the central columns of the Pantheon. Your guide will have a signboard that says Walks In Europe