Walking Tour in Rome - Roman Empire, Now and Then

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  • Walking Tour in Rome - Roman Empire, Now and Then - Private Tours,
  • Walking Tour in Rome - Roman Empire, Now and Then - Private Tours,
  • Walking Tour in Rome - Roman Empire, Now and Then - Private Tours,
  • Walking Tour in Rome - Roman Empire, Now and Then - Private Tours,
  • Walking Tour in Rome - Roman Empire, Now and Then - Private Tours,
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Roman Empire, Now and Then This fascinating walking tour reveals the secrets of the Roman life, from the city's most ancient sights to the places where the locals go for the best markets and restaurants. Departing from Piazza Farnese, with its aristocratic palace designed by Michelangelo, you
  • Tour Type: Private Tour
  • Activities: City, Art, Local Culture, Honeymoon, Sightseeing, City Collection, Journeys Collection
  • Places Visited:Rome (Italy), Italy, Lazio (Italy)
  • Group size: 2 persons
  • Duration: 3 Hour(s)

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Roman Empire, Now and Then

  • This fascinating walking tour reveals the secrets of the Roman life, from the city's most ancient sights to the places where the locals go for the best markets and restaurants.
  • Departing from Piazza Farnese, with its aristocratic palace designed by Michelangelo, you will reach Campo de' Fiori, the only square in Rome without a church. Next is Piazza Mattei with the charming Turtle Fountain; here you’ll enjoy the lively atmosphere and taste delicious Roman specialties at a bakery nearby.
  • A little further along is the Jewish ghetto where you will pass by the Synagogue and learn how the area was affected during the war. Not far away is the Teatro di Marcello, an ancient Roman theater that has been incorporated into Renaissance buildings, now converted into apartments that are thousands of years old.
  • The tour continues by climbing the Capitoline Hillto experience the beautiful square designed by Michelangelo whose centerpiece is an imposing statue of Marcus Aurelius. From the terrace you will enjoy a panoramic view over the Roman Forum.
  • Afterwards you will head to Piazza Venezia, home of the huge marble monument to King Vittorio Emanuele II, known locally as the "typewriter." Then, walking along Via dei Fori Imperiali, you will reach Rome's archaeological sites and see the market of Trajan and the Forum of Augustus.
  • The final stop is the Colosseum, Rome's most famous landmark. With a final look at the impressive Arch of Constantine, the tour concludes.
Sites Included:
  • Colosseum, Forum of Augustus, Jewish ghetto, Campo de' Fiori, Capitoline Hill
  • Additional Information:
  • This tour does not include entrance to any of the buildings nor the interiors of the Colosseum.
  • Participants of this tour are both Select Italy and non-Select Italy clients. Children below the age of 6 are not permitted on this tour. Cost of food and drinks consumed during the tour is NOT included in the tour price.


Departure Dates

year-round


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Tour Location / Places Visiteds

Rome


Additional Pricing Information

$65.00 per person
Additional fee, per group: $8.00


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