On our half day Rome guided tour we will show you all the beauties of the ancient Rome as well as the art and the architecture of the classical period. Sightseeing Rome with us!
Our drivers will suggest you the best way to cover the city, with flexibility on the itinerary and clients wishes
Pick up at the hotel
Emperor Vespasian began to construct the Colosseo in 72 A.D., however it was inaugurated by Titus in 80 A.D. It was designed for public performances, gladiators and wild animal fights. After have been damaged by earthquakes, it was transformed into a fortress during the Middle Ages and later became a stone cave in the Renaissance period. Repairs and restorations were carried out on behalf of Benedict XIV in ‘700.
Arco di Constantino
It was created to commemorate emperor Constantine’s victory at Ponte Milvio around 315 A.D. It is composed of three large, richly decorated arches. The medallions’ ornaments and statues derive from monuments of Trojan, Hadrian and Marcus Aurelius epochs.
We will pass in front of the circus maximus and stop in an exclusive place reachable with public service only, where you can have a breathtaking view of the roman forum, Capitoline hill and palatine from an exclusive balcony.
So we will drive around Venice square, the geographic center of the city, to take a look of the imposing Vittoriano building and Palazzo Venezia.
Via dei Fori Imperiali
The artery built in 1932 which connects Piazza Venezia to the Colosseo, passing through the Foro Romano and the Fori Imperiali.
Ensemble of forums constructed upon the initiative of various emperors. Fori Imperiali consists of a series of vast monumental squares that are surrounded by former civic buildings such as basilicas and temples.
Fontana di Trevi
This is the most imposing, scenographic and artistically worthy of all fountains. It covers the entire one side of Piazza Poli being 20 meters wide and 26 meters high. It is here that tourists throw their coins to wish themselves a pleasant return to the Eternal City.
After that we will drive through piazza di Spagna, so you will admire the splendor of Spanish steps and the fashion street via dei condotti, and then to the pantheon the best preserved monument in town, The beautiful Piazza Navona and Piazza del Popolo, we will drive by the main street in the city the Via del corso…
Piazza di Spagna
Passing by the majestic Piazza Colonna we will finally reach perhaps the most famous square of Rome: the Spanish Steps. The monumental stairway of 138 steps leads to the well-known early Baroque fountain, La Fontana della Barcaccia. Located in the heart of the commercial area, it is a nice occasion to give a look to the best shops of Rome.
The original purpose of the Pantheon was intended as a Roman temple of all gods constructed during Agrippa’s reign and later restructured by the Emperor Hadrian. Since the 7th century, the Pantheon has been used as a Christian church. Since the Renaissance the Pantheon has been used as a tomb. Among those buried there are the painters Raphael and Annibale Carracci, the composer Arcangelo Corelli, and the architect Baldassare Peruzzi. Its monumental porch faces the Piazza della Rotonda that connects to the Piazza della Minerva with the ancient temple of Minerva.
It takes its name from the adjacent Palazzo Venezia where once presided the embassy of the Republic of Venice. The scenery is dominated by the imposing Victor Emmanuel II monument with the tomb of the unknown soldier.
After a quick visit, you can’t miss the splendor of the Vatican museum, Sistine chapel and St.Peter Church.
Return to the hotel
Note: The historic center of Rome is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Note: Length of the tour is 4 hours.