Discover Rome Elite Walking Tour
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This morning walking tour of the Eternal City takes you to some of her best known and best loved landmarks. Highlights include the Trevi Fountain, the impressive Pantheon, Piazza Navona and the Spanish Steps.
Our guide to Discover Rome Elite Walking Tour
Enjoy a morning walking tour wandering along Rome's streets taking in hidden gems and lively piazzas in the historical core of the city as well as highlights such as the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the Spanish Steps and Piazza Navona.
Your tour starts at the Campo dei Fiori, one of the most characteristic squares in Rome with its open-air market. Next to Campo dei Fiori we will admire the magical charm of Piazza Farnese and then Palazzo Spada. The building is worth a stop thanks to the brilliance of forced prospective introduced by the famous architect Borromini.
Continue to Piazza Navona, a traditional baroque square that was once a stadium built by Caesar Domiziano in 92 A.C. Today it is known as the square of artists and is one of the most famous piazzas in the city. The Four Rivers Fountain by Bernini dominates the piazza and dates from the seventeenth century and you will also see Borrominis famed church S.Agnese in Agone.
A ten minute walk from Piazza Navona brings you to Piazza della Rotonda, home to the unmistakable structure of the Pantheon, one of Rome's most famous buildings. This architectural wonder of the Ancient Rome is the burial place of Raffaello and its architecture has been admired and studied by many Renaissance artists such as Michelangelo.
After a visit inside the Pantheon, the tour continues to the Trevi Fountain. Arguably the most famous fountain in Rome, it was designed by Nicolas Salvi in the XVIII c and is the very last example of the magnificent baroque art.
Your Rome walking tour concludes with a visit to Piazza di Spagna, home of the Spanish Steps and one of the most atmospheric spots in the city. Here you can admire the Spanish Steps and the Fontana della Barcaccia made by Pietro Bernini.