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  • Connect with Rome during its most glorious time of day

Rome Evening Stroll Small Group Tour

Join the locals on a leisurely passeggiata in the historic center at the end of a busy day

Quick Details

Meeting point

We meet in Piazza del Popolo at the bottom of the staircase leading to the church of Santa Maria del Popolo. Coming through Porta del Popolo, the church is immediately on your left.

Your guide will have a signboard that says, “Walks In Europe.”

Duration: 3 hours

Tours run every day.

Depending on the season, tours may leave at 16:30 / 18:00 / 19:30 

  • Stroll through the streets of Rome at sunset.
  • Visit iconic piazzas and monuments.
  • Learn about Rome’s culture, history, and art.
  • Enjoy small groups led by a local expert.
Adults (Ages 10+)
74
Children (Ages 3-9)
47
Infants (Ages 2 and Under)
Free
Private Tour Base price for 2 people
250

Tour Rome at nightfall.

One of the best ways to appreciate the Eternal City is by walking its streets and piazzas just before nightfall, as the sunset light warmly embraces palaces and fountains. This is also the way locals do it, by taking a leisurely passeggiata (Italian for a relaxed stroll) in the historic center at the end of a busy day.

During this 3-hour tour, we will connect with the city at her most glorious time. Our local expert will introduce Rome’s culture, history, and art as the sun turns the streets orange and gold. They will tie these themes into century-long traditions and to the day-to-day rhythm of the modern city.

We will start from Piazza del Popolo, with its obelisk and monumental gate. For many centuries, this square provided the first glimpse of Rome to travelers coming from the North. Climb up the Pincio terrace (5-10 min. easy walk) to admire a spectacular view of the square and the city beyond. Then we will proceed towards the Spanish steps, the famous monumental staircase and Baroque fountain right in the heart of Rome’s high-end fashion district. 

Our next stop will be the best-preserved ancient building in Rome: the Pantheon. We will admire this feat of ancient engineering, whilst your guide discloses key information needed to understand its historical importance and context. As the sun slips away or the stars began to sparkle above, we approach our last stop, Piazza Navona. Here, we’ll see street performers gearing up for a busy night near the spectacular Baroque fountain realized by Gianlorenzo Bernini.

During our time together, your expert will make sure to point out opportunities for a quick bite, aperitivo or gelato.  

This tour is highly recommended both for first-timers or for those returning visitors who wish to familiarize with the city once again. Book a small group tour for an intimate experience, or customize even more with private tour.