Landscape Tour of the Aventine Hill

The Aventine Hill is one of the mythical seven hills on which ancient Rome was built. Today it belongs to the Ripa rione and it offers to visitors of the Capital wonderful landscape views through flower gardens, churches, villas and ancient ruins.
Transfers Rome NCC company has thought to let you have a tour with private car to discover this magnificent area punctuated with green spaces. It’s a good idea to take a tour in spring, especially in May when the enchanting Roseto di Roma Capitale (Rome Rose Garden), located at the slopes of the Aventine Hill, open its gates to visitors (till October). The garden, situated near the Circus Maximus, hosts very precious collections of ancient and botanical roses, as well as exceptional “modern” varieties coming from all over the world to participate in the Concorso Internazionale Premio Roma (that takes place in May).
During the landscape tour organized by Transfers Rome, you’ll be taken to Sant’Alessio Garden, placed between the church dedicated to the saint and the church of Santa Sabina, and to the Giardino degli Aranci (the Garden of Oranges), where you can enjoy an unforgettable panoramic view of Rome. The other name as which this famous Roman belvedere is known is Parco Savello, made in 1932 by the architect Raffaele De Vico. Once out of the garden, turning right you arrive in the neoclassical Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta (Piazza of Knights of Malta), designed in 1765 by Giovan Battista Piranesi. From the keyhole of the front door of Villa del Priorato you’ll be able to notice Saint Peter’s dome framed by the hedges of the gardens.
You can complete the private driver tour adding other interesting destinations like Forum Boarium and Pons Cestius.

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Rome Shopping Tour

Your special full day Rome shopping tour, entirely dedicated to shopping in the Capital, will have as a starting point Rome-Fiumicino “Leonardo da Vinci” Airport. An NCC (limousine service) driver at your complete disposal will take you to the center of Rome in your rented private car.

You’ll be accompanied in one of the world’s most famous metropolitan places for its important connection with high fashion: Piazza di Spagna. At the center of the piazza there’s the famous Fontana della Barcaccia (Fountain of the Old Boat) (1627-29), a work by Pietro Bernini, father of Gian Lorenzo. As a scenographic background is the Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti (Spanish Steps), an exceptional monumental and architectural complex, formed by 138 steps. During your tour you’ll have the opportunity to admire from above the spectacular urban landscape offered by the famous Steps, designed during the 18th century by Alessandro Specchi and Francesco de Sanctis. The long descent is also renowned as one of the most loved locations for the most important fashion shows by Italian fashion houses, from Valentino to Gattinoni, from Laura Biagiotti to Fendi, from Gucci to Armani, from Dolce&Gabbana to Krizia.

The most famous Italian fashion designers have a boutique in Rome, in particular in Via Condotti, an elegant street that extends just in front of Piazza di Spagna, but also in parallel streets, such as Via Borgognona, Via delle Carrozze, and in side streets, such as Via Bocca di Leone. Here, for example, during the shopping tours you’ll be able to visit Gianni Versace’s showroom and Valentino’s boutique. Besides the great “made in Italy” brands you’ll also find the most well known foreign brands, such as the timeless Chanel and Donna Karan, the American fashion designer that dresses Hilary Clinton. If you’re interested in buying a bag or a classy suitcase you’ll be able to visit the boutiques of Trussardi, Nazareno Gabrielli, Louis Vuitton, Furla; if you love jewels, women’s best “friends”, you’ll find the sumptuous jewelries of Bulgari, Damiani, Pomellato, and many other great brands.

Of course you’ll be able to stop in one of the most characteristic places of the Capital for a coffee break and later for lunch. You’ll taste and be able to buy typical Italian food and wine products, and then continue your shopping tour in Rome.

Reading enthusiasts will be able to shop in huge bookstores, which have in stock thousands of titles, and in specialized libraries, such as the Orpheus library in Via Monte della Farina, dedicated to classical music and opera. Carrying on exploring the area around Piazza di Spagna, in Via del Babuino, Via del Corso, Via Sistina and Via Margutta, a street very well known to collectors, you’ll find important art galleries and antique shops, such as Galleria Veneziani, Antichità Rogai and the Rappaport antique library. In Via Campo di Mazio 53 there’s the oldest haberdashery in Rome, “Il Camiciaio”, where the elegant Roman ladies went to adorn their dresses and hats with rooster feathers, fragrant silk flowers and ostrich feathers.

If the tour takes place on Sunday, you’ll be able to be accompanied by the chauffeur at your disposal to the most famous market in the Capital, the one of Porta Portese. It’s open from dawn to 15:00 and has about 2,000 exhibitors. You’ll be able to find interesting antiques and collectibles: photographs, stamps, antique furniture and valuable ornaments. Other markets in Rome are: the Portaportese 2, the flea market of Borgo Parioli, the Garage Sale, the flea market of Villa Chigi and the one of Ponte Milvio, that also offers a great occasion to have a walk along the Lungotevere. You’ll be able to consult with us to choose the most suitable market to include in your shopping tours plan. If, for example, you’re interested in more convenient shopping, getting out of the city center, we can also take you to one of the many shopping malls in Rome, where you’ll find thousands of shops with the most famous Italian and foreign brands. At just a few kilometers from the Capital there’s also the Valmontone Outlet Fashion District, where you’ll be able to shop at really interesting prices.

At the end of the Rome shopping tour, transfer to the airport or overnight stay in a hotel in Rome.

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From Rome to Sermoneta, Caetani castle and Garden of Ninfa

The tour is recommended especially during spring, when the Garden of Ninfa is at its highest splendor.
Sermoneta is a characteristic Medieval borough, that claims the acknowledgment of “European Destination of Excellence”. The town, located in the Province of Latina, is about 60km from Rome, thus the car transfer to Sermoneta takes around 1 hour and 30 minutes on the A1 highway.
The drivers of our NCC company will welcome you in elegant vehicles at Fiumicino Airport, Termini Station, your hotel or any other point of interest. Once arrived at destination, you’ll start the tour of Sermoneta, visiting its historical center. The ladscape is dominated by the two towers, the Maschio and Maschietto, of the 13th centuryCaetani Castle.
Thanks to the guided tour inside the ancient manor, you’ll be able to discover its history and admire the various rooms, like the immense “Sala dei Baroni” and the “Camere Pinte” frescoed in 1470 by a student of Pinturicchio. After the visit to the fortress, you’ll stop in a restaurant to taste delicious local products.
In the afternoon you’ll be accompanied by your Transfers Rome driver to the Garden of Ninfa, a natural and historical park of extraordinary beauty. There you can admire 1300 species of plants, including roses, magnolias, aquatic iris, Japanese cherry trees and maples. Since its origins, when the Romans built the Temple of the Naiad Nymphs, till the 19th century when it was transformed in a romantic English garden, the Garden of Ninfa has always been a magic place, that continues to fascinate its visitors. At the end of the day tour: transfer by car to Rome.

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Villa Borghese Tour: the Globe Theatre

Transfers Rome offers you relaxing and efficient chauffeur-driven car-hire services to let you reach and visit the most interesting and evocative locations in the capital, like the Silvano Toti Globe Theatre. Built in 2003 in the huge Villa Borghese park, to celebrate its centenary, this Renaissance-style theatre for its looks and circular shape reminds of the homonymous Elizabethan theatre built in London in 1599.

The construction of the Globe Theatre in Rome, made possible by the Silvano Toti Foundation and the Amministrazione Capitolina, has valued this wide Roman green area with another treasure to visit and admire. In this evocative theatrical space the major plays by William Shakespeare get periodically performed, interpreted by great Italian actors.

The characters from “The Tempest”, “Love’s Labours Lost”, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” come to life in the Renaissance theatre in front of the admiring eyes of the audience. This wood theatre, with a 100 meters circumference, was built in less than three months and can host up to 1206 spectators. The Art Direction is by the great Roman actor and director Gigi Proietti, the mind behind the project.

If you are on holiday in Rome and wish to have a tour inside the Villa Borghese and the Globe Theatre don’t hesitate to contact our NCC company. The Transfers Rome private drivers will be pleased to come and collect you at your hotel and accompany you in a limousine to the evening theatre shows or take you on a daily tour at the Roman park.

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Rome’s Jewish Quarter Tour

Transfers Rome offers you an interesting tour of Rome’s Jewish Ghetto, with visits to the Synagogue, Jewish Museum and Tiber Island. During the booking process you’ll be able to decide with our NCC company the starting point from which you will take a transfer in a luxury private car or minibus (for groups of many people) till Sant’ Angelo District. A transfers service Rome driver will be pleased to welcome you at Termini Station, Fiumicino Airport of Civitavecchia Port to take you to the hotel or start the tour immediately.

The Jewish Ghetto was established in 1555 by Pope Paul IV that forced all the Roman Jews to stay in Sant’ Angelo District near the Tiber Island. For many centuries the Jewish citizens were forced to suffer prohibitions and segregations till 1870, the year of the breach of Porta Pia and of the complete abolishment of the ghetto. TheTempio Maggiore in Rome, one of the biggest synagogues in Europe, that you’ll visit during the tour, was built during the first years of the 20th Century.
In Rome’s Jewish Museum you’ll retrace the history of the Ghetto through historical documents, precious and ancient handmade items. You’ll visit the old Ghetto alleys and the Church of S. Angelo in Pescheria. In Piazza Mattei you’ll find the wonderful Turtle Fountain (1581).

You’ll be able to lunch in one of the typical Jewish-Roman restaurants. In the afternoon, crossing the Pons Fabricius, also known as “iudeorum”, you’ll get to the Tiber Island where you’ll continue your excursion.
At the end of the day: transfer with Rome Private car of our NCC company to the hotel or other destination.

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Civitavecchia to Rome Tour

This tour is designed for tourists who have arrived by boat at the port of Civitavecchia and have only one day to visit Rome’s most famous monuments and landmarks.

Departure is at 8.00 am from the port of Civitavecchia, where you’ll find a driver ready to welcome you in the splendid car you have rented.

You will travel on the A12 in the direction of Rome and during the drive you can stop at a service station for a coffee break.

Once in Rome, you will visit the area of the Fori Imperiali to see one of the most representative monuments of Rome: the Coliseum founded in 75 AD by Emperor Vespasian. This monumental amphitheater measures 22,000 square meters and was formerly in the Flavian Amphitheatre (the real name of the Coliseum). It held gladiatorial games, and naval battles when the whole structure was filled with water. Another interesting aspect to the history of the Coliseum was that a huge velarium or a sheet was erected to protect the public from the sun. The structure is open to the public and guides and audio guides will provide more detailed information during the visit.

The second leg of your tour will be the unforgettable Trevi Fountain. Located in the square of the same name, this spectacular Baroque fountain of travertine marble was designed by Nicholas Salvi and completed in 1762. At the center you can admire the monumental statue of the Ocean, surrounded by other mythical figures related to the marine world. Throwing a coin into the Trevi Fountain has become a rite of good luck and a promise to return to Rome.

Later you visit the nearby Piazza di Spagna, another location of international reputation, both for artistic and cultural reasons as a symbol of Italian fashion. The most famous fashion shows in the world are held on theSpanish Steps and in the nearby streets, including Via dei Condotti, you will find boutiques of the most famous Italian and foreign fashion houses. The square owes its name to the Palace of Spain, the Iberian State’s Embassy to the Holy City of the Vatican. At the bottom of the stairway of Trinità dei Monti (the Spanish Steps) you can see the famous Fontana della Barcaccia carved in the baroque period by Pietro Bernini and his son, the more famous Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

Your next stop will be Piazza della Rotonda, where you’ll find another of Rome’s landmark buildings: thePantheon. Built in 27 BC during the reign of Emperor Augustus, it was twice destroyed by lightning and rebuilt by Hadrian between 118 and 125. The temple with its characteristic hemispherical dome, with a diameter of 43 meters and a skylight of nine meters, was dedicated to all the gods. In time it became a Christian church, but is now disused. It houses the tombs of famous Italians, including Raphael, Queen Margaret, the king of Italy Vittorio Emanuele II and Umberto I.

You will now have an hour break for lunch, which you can eat at a snack bar, or one of Rome’s characteristic taverns or pizzerias.

In the afternoon the tour continues with St. Peter’s and the Vatican Museums. Inside the Basilica, the center of Christianity, you can see “La Pietà” by Michelangelo, the Baldacchino – the gilded bronze canopy by Bernini, and other important works of art. You can visit the graves of famous people, popes and the tomb of Saint Peter, preserved in the Vatican Grottoes.

Your tour continues at the Vatican Apostolic Palace, home to the Vatican Museums. The first part of the museum was established by Pope Julius II (1503-1513), who gathered several masterpieces of classical sculpture in the courtyard of Palazzo del Belvedere, including the famous “Lacoon”, a work from the 1st century BC, the Apollo Belvedere and the Venus of Cnidus. Over the centuries, the museum has expanded to include various collections, such as the Gregorian Egyptian Museum, the Ethnological Missionary Museum, the Museum of Modern Religious Art, commissioned by Pope Paul VI and the Carriage Pavilion, which houses the “popemobile”, the cars used by the popes. You can enjoy audio guides or take guided tours with experts. You will find many shops where you can buy souvenirs, books and postcards. Inside the Gallery you will see important examples of Italian art, including the Deposizione (1604) by Caravaggio, l’Incoronazione della Vergine (1503) and the Trasfigurazione (1520) both works by Raphael, and San Girolamo (1480) by Leonardo da Vinci. During your visit to the Vatican Museums you will see what is considered the greatest masterpiece of painting of all time: the Sistine Chapel. In 1506 Pope Julius II commissioned Michelangelo’s monumental fresco. The work took four years, from 1508 to 1512, to complete. On the ceiling of the vault, which covers 520 meters, nine episodes from Genesis are depicted, the most famous of which is the story of the Creation of Man. The numerous figures of prophets and biblical sibyls cover an additional 500 square feet. From 1536 to 1541 Michelangelo painted theLast Judgment, the huge fresco on the altar of the Sistine Chapel. The work, on 226 square meters of wall, has 314 characters, including Michelangelo depicted as St. Bartholomew located near to Christ.

If you do not wish to visit the Vatican Museums, the Civitavecchia to Rome tour will begin by taking you to theBasilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls, the second basilica in size after St. Peter’s Basilica. It is situated near the bank of the Tiber on the Via Ostiense, about two kilometers outside the Aurelian walls of the Porta San Paolo, hence its name. According to tradition, the basilica stands on the burial place of the apostle Paul, whose grave was then placed under the main altar or “Papal.” At the center of the courtyard is a marble statue of the saint, by Giuseppe Obici Carrara. Worthy of note are the beautiful mosaics that decorate the facade, made between 1854 and 1874, based on designs by Agricola and Consoni and inspired by the original tenth-century decorations. The basilica is divided into five naves separated by four rows of 20 monolithic columns of granite. The nave and transept are decorated with medallions containing portraits of all the Popes from St. Peter to the current Pope Benedict XVI.

After visiting the Basilica of St. Paul, the tour will continue to Fori Imperiali, the Coliseum, continuing with the previously proposed route to finish in the Piazza Navona, which is dominated by its famous fountain: Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers) by Bernini (1651) at the center of square. It represents the personifications of the four major rivers that were known in the seventeenth century, the NileDanubeGanges, and Plate. There is also the Fontana del Moro (the Moor Fountain, 1576) designed by Giacomo della Porta which derives its name from an Ethiopian who had been sculpted by Antonio Mari in 1654, based on a sketch by Bernini, and finally the Neptune Fountain.

Your driver will then return you to Civitavecchia or to hotel accommodation in Rome.

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Ancient Ostia Tour

To fully understand the Roman civilization you have to go and visit Ancient Ostia, its first colony.

Reaching it from Rome is extremely easy. You just have to get on a little train, and the journey takes a bit more than thirty minutes. From here, getting to the center of the excavations is just five minutes by foot. The Ancient Ostia tour can be also done in a half day, but it’s recommended to stay some hours more, to have a better view even of the less well-known places.

This site, founded according to the tradition by the king Ancus Marcius, seems to date back to the 4th century BC. Born to protect the many salt pans scattered along the coast, it became very soon the port of the Urbe, in which continuously arrived various and different kinds of goods from all the provinces.

Its inhabitants were mostly merchants, ship-owners, craftsmen, workmen and people employed for fluvial and terrestrial transports.

Unfortunately, this place followed the decline of Rome and was slowly abandoned around the 9th century.

For this reason, all of the buildings, houses, baths, temples, frescoes, mosaics, sculptures and, because of the presence of many foreigners, even many sanctuaries dedicated to various oriental cults, disappeared for hundreds of years buried under the sand and the earth.

That’s why the visit to Ancient Ostia is unique in its kind: it gives the opportunity to see a photograph of the Rome of the past, because nothing got overlapped to its ancient ruins.

By visiting it, we can understand what was the appearance of Rome in the past, since Ostia was built with the same architectural and material criteria.

If you choose the shorter Ancient Ostia tour, you will only need about three/four hours. In fact, this is enough time for visiting the main places of the site, such as the Via Ostiensis and the Decumanus Maximus, the main road of the ancient colony, more than a kilometer long and that leads to the sea. Also not to miss are the wonderful mosaics portraying the god of the sea, nymphs and marine subjects of the Baths of Neptune, the Firemen’s Barracks, the Theater and the Forum of Corporations, in the middle of which stands a temple. The three fullonicae are characteristic, small workshops where fabrics and wool were washed and treated. The Mithraeum of Felicissimus, the Domus of the Fortuna Annonaria, the Forum with its baths, the public latrines, the Thermopolium, the Via di Diana and the Molini can then conclude the visit.

Having a whole day available, it is possible to extend the Ancient Ostia tour, and in addition discover the market, the Temple of Hercules, the House of Cupid and Psyche, the underground Mythraeum, the Insula of the Aurighi, the Bath of the Seven Sages, the Garden Houses, the Synagogue, the Cardo and the Temple of Cybele.

Finally, we suggest a visit to the Museo Ostiense, located on the ground floor of a building known as “Casone del Sale”, because related with the use of the near salt pans by the Pontifical government, which under the guidance of Pius IX turned it into a museum in the second half of the 19th century.

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History of Rome Tour

The History of Rome tour is an unforgettable tour to discover the most beautiful and important monuments of the Italian Capital City. Departure from Rome-Fiumicino Airport, your hotel or any other previously agreed location. During the car transfer toward the center of Rome there will be a stop for a coffee break on your request.

During the tour you’ll be able to admire the precious artistic and cultural remains of the glorious period of the Roman Empire, but that’s not all; in fact it’s important to remember that all the best artists of the 15th and 16th centuries lived in Rome, leaving here their most significant traces. First among all, Michelangelo. The artist designed Piazza del Campidoglio, where he placed the Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius, which originally stood in the Lateran Palace. The Capitoline Hill is the most important of the seven hills of Rome. Here you’ll start your tour.

On the left you’ll find the steep staircase that leads to the Basilica of Santa Maria in Aracoeli (Saint Mary of the Altar of Heaven) (1348). Behind the Campidoglio, on a slope of the Capitoline Hill, stands the huge monument celebrating the Italian Unification: the Vittoriano or Altare della Patria (Altar of the Fatherland). The work, inspired by Hellenistic references, dates back to the end of the 19th century. In the center of the monument, on top of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, you’ll be able to admire the Equestrian Statue of Victor Emmanuel II King of Italy (1888-1901), a work by the sculptor Enrico Chiaradia. On the right of the Vittoriano there’s the Forum of Trajan, with the historiated column that celebrates the conquer of Dacia by the Romans. In front of the Altare della Patria stands Palazzo Venezia, built between 1455 and 1467 following the design of Leon Battista Alberti. It’s the first Renaissance work built in Rome. The ancient building, residence of the popes until 1564, and then of the ambassadors of the Republic of Venice, is now a museum. The History of Rome tour carries on in Via dei Fori Imperiali. In the background you will notice the most famous monument in Rome, which has become a symbol of the city: the Flavian Amphitheater (75 AD), or the Colosseum. On the left you’ll be able to admire the great Forum of Augustus, the ruins of the Temple of Mars Ultor and the Forum of Nerva. Instead, on the right you’ll find the Roman Forum, which is accessed from Via Salaria Vecchia. The complex was formerly the center of Rome’s political, commercial and judicial life. Worthy of mention are the Arch of Septimius Severus, the ruins of the Temple of Saturn, the Basilica of Maxentius and the Arch of Titus, which commemorated the victory over the Judeans and the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD. Once arrived at the Colosseum, you can choose whether to visit the structure inside it or continue the History tour in Rome. Near the amphitheater you will find the Arch of Constantine, built in 316 AD and dedicated by the Roman Senate to the emperor for his victory over Maxentius at the Milvian Bridge in 313. With this victory Constantine made Christianity the official religion of the State.

After the lunch break, you’ll be taken by your Transfers Rome chauffeur near Piazza Fontana di Trevi, dominated by the scenographic Baroque fountain made of tuff and travertine (1762, designed by Niccolò Salvi). Throwing a little coin in the fountain’s water brings good luck and it’s a promise to return.

You will then move to Piazza della Rotonda, where you will find the Pantheon. Built in 27 BC under the Empire of Augustus, it was destroyed twice by lightnings and rebuilt by Hadrian between 118 and 125. During the Christian era it became a church, now desecrated, but which still preserves the tombs of illustrious Italians, among which Raphael, the Kings of Italy Victor Emmanuel II and Umberto I, the Queen Margherita of Savoy.

Behind the Pantheon there’s Piazza della Minerva, popular for its 2500-year-old Egyptian Obelisk supported by an elephant created by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. It’s the smallest monument in Rome, known as the “pulcino della Minerva”. In Piazza Navona you’ll be able to take some pictures of the wonderful Roman fountains, such as the Fontana dei Fiumi (Fountain of the Rivers) by Bernini (1651), with the personifications of the four major rivers know in the 17th century.

At the end of the History of Rome tour overnight stay in a hotel in Rome or return journey to the airport.

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Rome by night Tour

 The Rome by night tour is a romantic and exciting tour in a luxury Transfers Rome private car, in the most spectacular places in the city under the stars. Departure from your hotel, Rome-Fiumicino “Leonardo da Vinci” Airport or other previously agreed location. A chauffeur of our NCC (limousine service) company will be ready to welcome and accompany you, maybe in a limousine, to one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The tour is particularly suggested if you are on a honeymoon and you desire to amaze your loved one.

Before beginning this exceptional night trip around the Capital, you can decide to be accompanied to a tavern or a refined Italian restaurant for a dinner of local wine and food specialties. During the booking process or with your chauffeur, you can consult with us to decide the place best suited for you.

A must-see stop of all the Rome tours by night is the Janiculum Hill, the location of the first sequence of the Academy Award-winning movie “The Great Beauty” by Paolo Sorrentino. From the panoramic terrace, dominated by the monument dedicated to Garibaldi, you will be able to admire an unforgettable panorama: Rome illuminated by the Moon, by the stars and by the countless lights that make its monuments shine. St. Peter’s Cathedral and Castel Sant’Angelo, with their imposing architecture, statues of saints and archangels, are even more spectacular by night.

In a limousine you’ll be able to follow the Lungotevere (the Tiber Waterfront) and see Roman buildings mirror themselves in the waters of the Tiber. Once in Piazza Navona, you will be enchanted by the beauty of the Baroque fountains designed by Bernini, made even more exceptional by the play of light reflected by jets of water. Not far from the large piazza you will find another illuminated important building: the Pantheon, the Roman temple dedicated to all the gods and converted into a church in the 7th century. If you have seen “The Da Vinci Code” (2006), directed by Ron Howard and adapted from Dan Brown’s best-seller of the same name, you will find many locations where the movie was shot, among which the ancient temple.

Another place of exceptional beauty, related to the film world and that you will certainly visit during your Rome by night tour, is the Piazza of the Trevi Fountain, in which Marcello Mastroianni and Anita Ekberg have a swim in a famous scene from the movie “La Dolce Vita” (1960) by Federico Fellini.

Then you will reach the beating heart of Rome by night: Piazza di Spagna with its famous Fontana della Barcaccia (Fountain of the Old Boat) and the steep stairway that leads to Trinità dei Monti. The piazza is always crowded, both by day and by night, and going up to the church you’ll be able to admire a wonderful view of the city. You’ll have the possibility to walk through Via dei Condotti and admire the illuminated shop windows. There are also many venues that have night openings, where one can listen to live music, have a drink or eat some delicacies.

Your night tour will carry on in the area of the Imperial Fora.

You will admire the Vittoriano, a massive monument commemorating the Italian Unification, pass through Via dei Fori Imperiali entirely illuminated, as well as the ruins of the ancient Roman buildings, until you will arrive in front of the Colosseum. You won’t resist the temptation to take some photographs of such a beautiful scene.

At the end of the Rome by night tour, return journey to the hotel/airport or transfer to another destination in Rome.

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