This city walking tour will be provided with lots of information about the historical and religious sites in Rome. You will be amazed what there will be to be discovered. We know if you visit Rome it can be quite overwhelming and a hassle to find your way around, so joining one or more of our Free walking tours is a great way to discover the city. To cover most of the highlights, we have developed this tours. The City tour, starts at 9.30(in the morning) at the metro stop Barberini(red line A).
This tour includes:
The Trevi fountain — Temple of Hadrian — St Ignazio church — The Pantheon — Piazza Navona — Castel St Angelo
“Great Introduction to the City!”
Reviewed on May 31, 2016
We took the free city tour with Claudia in mid-May and it was fantastic!It was a great introduction to the city early on during our time in Rome.She provided great insight into locations both off…
“Enjoyed walking tour with Claudia. Classical/English. Comprehensive”
Reviewed on May 30, 2016
Started off from Piazza Baberini and ended near Castel Sant'Angelo. Tour lasted approx 1 1/2 hour. Was steady so saw quite a bit. Claudia was wonderful and funny.Gave us historical facts on all the…
“General information about Rome ”
Reviewed on May 29, 2016
If you have some days to spend in Rome, this tour is perfect to begin the city discovery. It provides general information about attractions, restaurants, shopping areas, coffee and so on. if you have…
Go to Barberini metro stop.
Things to note
For this Free tour we require for a non-refundable booking fee of €2.50 per person to cover the cost of our booking system. Ones you payed the booking fee your place in the tour is guaranteed! Our professional and experienced tour guides work based on tips only. If you like the tour you can tip the guide afterwards appropriately. This tour will take about two hours of scrolling through history in one of the biggest open air museums in the world called Rome. This tour is also very suitable for families with kids and teenagers. We work on reservation only to avoid groups getting to big.