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Rome City Walking Tour

10% discount if over 10 participants
10% discount if over 10 participants
From €25.00
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02.00 Hour
Difficulty easy
Max. People: 20
Tour Description

Best of Rome's Public Squares Walking Visit

A special themed tour to travel through time and admire all the best of Rome city center: let the Eternal City enchant you!

This tour offers you the very best of Rome’s most famous squares, monuments, fountains and artists. Let the Eternal City enchant you as you stroll through its picturesque cobblestone alleyways and discover some of the world’s most famous sites, such as the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps. Travel through time and admire all of Rome city center’s must-see art and architecture, all in a single afternoon!

Price explanation

Minimum Participants Per Group Maximum Participants Per Group Full Ticket Reduced Ticket Free Ticket
4 20 25.00 20.00 10.00

*Full Ticket +25 years price.
*Reduced Ticket +18 -24 years price.
*Free Ticket -10 years price.

Price explanation for: Private Tour

Number of participants Price per participant
1 110.00
2 85.00
3 70.00
4 52.00
5 41.00
6 33.00
7 28.00
8 25.00
9 23.00

Price Includes

  • All fees included
  • Walking tour of Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps
Tour Highlights


Rome was the capital of the Roman Empire, and with over 2,500 years of history, there is so much of the Rome for tourist to see. Most tourists visiting Rome spend a day touring the ancient city to see the famous squares, monuments, artwork and fountains in the city. 

Gladiator Tours will take you on an enchanting walking tour of the eternal city. You’ll get the chance to stroll around on Rome’s cobbled street and explore the city’s beauty – from the Pantheon and the Piazza Navona to the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. 

The Pantheon

The Pantheon, a greed adjective which means honor all Gods, is the best preserved Ancient Roman monument. It was originally a temple and was turned into a church in 609AD. The exact composition of the material used in its construction is still unknown, although it is similar to the modern day concrete. The Pantheon’s most fascinating part is its giant concrete dome and open oculus with a diameter of 142 feet. 

The Piazza Navona

The Piazza Navona, built on the former Stadium of Domitian in 86AD, is the most beautiful and one of the most famous of Rome’s many squares. The long, oval shaped square has a larger area than the Colosseum and has three fantastic fountains and the Baroque church of St. Agnese. 

The Trevi Fountain

The Trevi Fountain is Italy’s largest and most famous fountain as well as one of the most stunning fountains in the world. The fountain, designed by Nicola Salvi and completed in 1762, is situated at the junction of three roads, which gives the fountain its name – The Trevi fountain, translated as The Three Street Fountain. It was built with the same material as the Colosseum – the travertine stone, standing at a massive 85 feet and 65 feet wide. The fountain designs include Neptune, the god of the sea, from whose mouth water flows from, and also a statue of the goddess of abundance. The famous fountain has also been featured in several films including Roman Holiday, The Lizzie McGuire Movie, and Three Coins in the Fountain.  

The Spanish Steps

The Spanish Steps, built in 1725 by Francesco de Sanctis, are a set of steps on a steep slope linking the Piazza Trinita dei Monti, a beautiful twin tower church dominating the skyline, to the Piazza di Spagna below. The steps consist of 138 pieces of irregular butterfly design steps that are an excellent example of Rome’s baroque style and are the widest stairway in Europe. At the bottom of the step is the Fontana della Barcaccia, which is in the form of a sinking ship and credited to Bernini


Admire the Best of Rome’s Architecture

Gladiator Tours will take you on tour to admire the best of Rome’s architecture with an expert guide that will entertain you with stories that will bring every street corner to life. You will walk up the famous Spanish Steps from where you can enjoy a lovely view, as well as see the Fontana della Barcaccia and just as you begin to climb the steps, a house, now a museum, where the English poet, John Keats lived. You will also see the Pantheon; an ancient Roman monument made up of a giant concrete dome and open oculus. We always strive to make our tourist comfortable throughout their stay in Rome, so our guides will also give you some orientation on how best enjoy your vacation in Rome.

Be Enchanted by the Eternal City

Gladiator Tours will take you on walking tour of Rome that will enchant you – walking on beautiful cobbled streets and admiring the beautiful scene depicted on the Trevi fountain, which tells the story of a virgin shepherdess who supposedly showed the spring to soldiers seeking water. You can take memorable pictures at the Trevi fountain, and if you wish, participate in the traditional legend activity that will supposedly bring you back to Rome again, by throwing a coin into the fountain’s water. You will also be entertained by street artists showing off their talent,  mingle with other tourists, as well as marvel at three more magnificent fountains at Rome’s liveliest square, Piazza Navona.

Be Enchanted by the Eternal City on the Rome Walking Tour!

Meeting Point
Altare della Patria, Piazza Venezia, Roma, RM, Italia
Lat: 41.8945976 Lng: 12.4831269

Altare della Patria, Piazza Venezia, Roma, RM, Italia

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