Rome at sunset at a glance
Rome is a city that changes with the colours of the sunset and becomes magical. This walking tour is a perfect way to spend a relaxing evening.
It starts from the Colosseum, you will see this huge amphitheater from outside when the city becomes quiet and enjoy the stories of one of the most visited monuments in the world. After we’ll walk through the ruins of the complex of the Imperial Fora, kissed by the different shades of orange that only the sunset of Rome can give you.
After that, you can’t miss tossing a coin into the Trevi Fountain with the magical atmosphere created by the water and the lights of the evening. From there we will continue our walk to the Pantheon, one of the best preserved among all ancient roman buildings.
Our walk trought the eternal city will end in Navona’s Square, built over the remains of the Domitian’s Stadium, the beautiful piazza has kept the oval shape of the ancient site, now you can admire the baroque aspect of the square, thanks to the additions of the great artists Bernini and Borromini; this is also the square of the roman artists and musicians.
It’s the perfect tour for those who love peace, quiet and the romantic atmosphere of Rome at sunset before a dinner in the city.
Rome at sunset itinerary
This tour has a duration of three hours. Here is the itinerary of the tour:
Colosseum (from outside), Imperial Forums, Trevi fountain, Pantheon (outside), Piazza Navona.
Pick-up and Drop-off
Meeting point: Colosseum, just outside Metro Line B exit, at the kiosk selling newspapers
Hotel pick-up: available for selected hotels, you must contact the guide after booking the tour
Drop-off: Piazza Navona
What’s included in the price (and what is not)
- 3-hour private tour with an expert licensed tour guide 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 Rome at sunset 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)
Bring your camera, to have memories of the jewels you are going to discover.
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.