Rome has over a thousand fountains between baroque, ancient Roman fountains and modern ones. Water has always been the real strength of this city. It is the x factor that gave power to this city and allowed it to grow, develop and renovate throughout the centuries allowing Rome to conquer the name of Eternal City. In this 4 hour tour we are going to discover some of the Fountains that still receive water from the Roman Aqueducts. We are going to have a look at the story behind this magnificent fountains and the beautiful squares that welcome all of them.
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Fontana dell'acqua Felice
Also known as Fountain of Mose, this is a monumental fountain located on the Quirinal hill. It marks the end of a Roman aqueduct which was restored in the Renaissance time by the Pope Sixtus V. He renamed the acqueduct Acqua Felice after his real name Felice Peretti.
The biggest and most famous fountain of Rome. Trevi fountain was built to celebrate the restoration of an ancient roman aqueduct called Acqua Vergine (Vergin Water) which was built in 19BC. Needless to say it is truly worth a visit and don't forget to throw the coin in the right way ... right hand over the left shoulder.
In 1651 Gian Lorenzo Bernini built this amazing fountain to support the 16 meters tall egyptian obelisk standing on top of it. The square (Piazza Navona) hides the Stadium of Domitian 5 meters below the ground.
This fountain, also known as Fontanone (the bigh Fountain), is a monumental fountain located on the Janiculum hill. It marks the end of the Acqua Paola aqueduct restored by Pope Paul V. This fountain was inspirational for the later Trevi Fountain.
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Not wheelchair accessible
Near public transportation
Infants must sit on laps
Most travelers can participate
This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
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