Rome’s heritage is that of glory and glamour. This ancient city is full of historical sites. Anyone visiting Rome for the first time will likely feel overwhelmed. This is where our guides assist you.
With a touch of experience, these locally appointed English speaking guides will always be glad to explain anything clearly and know the story related to every site. As they make you walk through the sceneries, they will do it with calm, knowing you want to enjoy every street and monument spiced up with interesting facts.
The great Piazza di Spagna, the Pantheon, Largo Argentina, Campidoglio, Piazza Venezia and Trevi Fountain are sites everyone coming to Rome wants to visit. Our passionate experts are here with you in every step of the way. They will take you through all these sites slowly and with gentleness.
Think about Piazza di Spagna, a square of fame in honor of Palazzo di Spagna. Everyone visiting Rome has heard about it and wants to come close to experience its majesty.
In the Trevi district of Rome stands an Italian architectural work, Trevi Fountain. This fountain is the largest of its own kind in the city of Rome. Every notable film has featured the fountain in their scenes. A real life visit would be great. Once you see the place, even watching movies with such features, will appear more real.
The Pantheon, a former temple of all the gods, currently hosting a Church. Over there you’ll find the tomb of two kings of Italy – Vittorio Emanuele II and Umberto I, as well as Raphael, an Italian painter and architect of the High Renaissance.
Largo Di Torre Argentina is an important crossroad for all tourists visiting Rome, connecting many points of interest in the capital. It’ the place to see four Roman Republic temples and the remains of Pompey’s Theatre. But not only… it’s where the emperor Julius Caesar was stabbed to death!
Once you go through the central heart of Rome, Piazza Venezia, becomes the hosts. This links Via del Corso and Via Dei Fori Imperiali. Its name comes from the Palazzo Venezia which was built by the Cardinal of Venetian and later by Pope Paul II with the help of the Saint Mark’s Church. History connects Palazzo Venezia to Embassy of Venice Republic.
Last but not least, Campidoglio, one of the seven hills that Rome boasts. Campidoglio was previously devoted to the god of Saturn. This has been a center for both religious as well as political stories of the early years. Today the Michelangelo’s square houses the headquarters of the wonderful Capitoline Museums and Rome’s Mayor Offices.
Walking through the footsteps of the emperors, you will learn how the Romans built their architectural structures. Moreover, a visit to these places is a chance for you to see the monuments for burials and hear the stories about the emperors. You will comfortably see streets, churches, sites and shrines at a stress-free pace.
Rome’s eternal monuments come to life like never before on this entertaining tour. Starting at piazza di Spagna and winding through the center of Rome to end overlooking the ancient Roman Forum the very heart of Roman politics, culture and life.
Piazza di Spagna, in front of the Babington’s tea room
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