Explore Rome to gain insight to the culture, history and traditions of the region on this private tour. You will go to famous attractions and sties as well as places even some locals have yet to visit.
The Fontana di Trevi, or Trevi Fountain in English, is a monumental fountain in Rome built to exhibit the end of an aqueduct, spanning from outside the city to its center. It is the largest Baroque fountain in the city and the most intricate of its kind in the world. Tradition says that if travellers about to depart the city throw a coin over their shoulder and into the fountain, they are blessed with a safe return to Rome. The fountain is famous worldwide but many people do not know the long history and secrets behind its construction. We will explore the mystery.
We will stand on the famous Spanish Steps. Learn how the square and its elegant staircase came to be. While the steps are the main attraction on the site, you will marvel at the many beautiful buildings in the area and the beautiful baroque fountain called Fontana della Barcaccia.
Stroll through the artist square of Piazza Navona. Known as one of the most famous and arguably the most beautiful of Rome’s many squares, it contains three magnificent fountains and the Baroque church of Sant’Agnese in Agone. It is a popular meeting point and a showcase of local artists’ work.
Enjoy a breathtaking view of Rome on top of the Vittoriano on its terrace. It was built between 1885 and 1911 to celebrate the unification of Italy as a nation. It is dedicated to the first King of the nation, Vittorio Emanuele II.
The Aventine Keyhole is a must-see as you will see a garden path that ends with bushes perfectly placing St. Peter’s dome in the center of its view as you peek through it.
Campo de Fiori Square is also known as field of flowers, as it once was an unused meadow between Pompei’s theatre and the Tiber River. During the day, it is a vegetable and fruit market and at night, it transforms into a nightlife-gathering place with restaurants and bars.
We will visit the Ara Pacis, an altar named after Emperor Augustus to view it’s beautiful marble work. The scenes found on the altar depict traditional Roman devotion and spirituality.