Discover the highlights of the Eternal City from a special vantage point on a 2-hour evening walking tour. After the bulk of the tourist crowds have departed, follow your guide to Rome's major points of interest. Discover the Triton Fountain, Piazza Navona, Palazzo Farnese, and more at a leisurely pace. With everything illuminated, it’s the perfect time to snap photos of Rome’s iconic monuments.
Experience the city from a different viewpoint
Visit the Rome’s top attractions in just two hours
Orient yourself to the layout of the city
Enjoy Rome without the huge crowds of tourists
Departure & Return
Fontana del Tritone, Piazza Barberini, 00187 Roma RM, Italy
Ponte Sisto, 00153 Roma RM, Italy
What To Expect
We start our tour in the shadow of the Barberini palace beside Bernini's beautiful 'Triton fountain'. The palace was commissioned by Pope Urban VIII and worked on by great artists like Borromini and Bernini. These three characters will reoccur throughout the evening and shape our tour.
Arguably the most famous steps in the world. We approach from the top to avoid the climb up and to get those perfect early evening snaps, before descending down to the piazza below and the elder Bernini's wonderful 'sinking boat fountain'.
After the most famous steps in the world, we should probably stop at the most famous fountain. The Trevi, how wowed and inspired visitors and filmmakers alike for centuries now. Marking the terminus of one of Rome's ancient aqueducts it is a true celebration of water.
Don't forget to bring you coins to make sure you return to Rome.
Built during the reign of Hadrian, the Pantheon remains one of the most evocative monuments in Rome. It is one of the architectural wonders of the ancient world and a must on any trip to Rome. But remember its doors are closed at night so make time to come back and visit the interior during the day.
It may be bustling market by day, but come nightfall and Campo comes alive in a different way. Bustling bars and trendy restaurants spill out into the square, but a dark figure looms large in the centre. The bronze statue of Giordano Bruno glares definitely down at us, marking the spot where in 1600 he was burnt alive at the stake.
This is not a tour of Trastevere! We end our tour here with a brief history of the neighborhood and a few good recommendations for food and drink. Because that is how every night should end in Rome, with good food and better wine.