Heart of Rome at a glance
St Peter’s Square
Enjoy a walking tour through the most important sites of the art and heart of Rome.
A mix of historical and artistic sites which take you along the most important centuries: Baroque squares and fountains (Navona square, Spanish Steps, Trevi fountain), ancient buildings born pagans transformed in churches (Pantheon) or castles and office headquarters (St. Angel’s Castle, Hadrian’s Temple). An overview of the changes from ancient times to artistic periods.
Here is the itinerary of the tour:
Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Emperor Marco Aurelio Column, “Montecitorio” Parliament Palace, Hadrian’s Temple, Pantheon, Navona Square, Domitian’s Emperor Stadium (from outside), the Justice Building, St. Angel’s Castle, St. Peter’s Square.
Pick-up and Drop-off
Meeting point: Spanish Steps – Down at corner with Babington’s Tea room. For who gets there with the subway: as soon as you exit from the subway, walk through the small street in front of you and then turn left. Getting to the steps, you will find Babington’s at the corner.
Hotel pick-up: available for selected hotels, you must contact the guide after booking the tour
Drop-off: Via Della Conciliazione, Rome
What’s included in the price (and what is not)
- 4-hour private tour with an expert licensed tour leader of Rome
- any other personal expense
Here are some important things to know in order to ensure you have the best possible experience with your Heart of Rome tour. In particular, on this tour it is possible:
- to customize the itinerary depending on the client’s wishes in case of sites near to the above-mentioned area
- to make the tour in the opposite direction than the one mentioned above
- to make stops as per client’s wishes considering that duration time will remain the same
Things to bring (and not to)
Having a camera with you is your choice. Someone prefers to immerse in beauty not being distracted by taking pictures/making videos, someone else prefers to build printable memories of his trip. It’s really up to you.
If you are travelling to Rome in Spring/Summer time, it is highly recommended to bring with you a hat, high protection sun cream, sunglasses, water and wear comfortable shoes. In Fall/Winter time instead, it is highly recommended to have an umbrella or a raincoat and wear waterproof shoes.