Take a pleasant stroll through Rome’s historical centre – some of the sites you will see include the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona and the Pantheon.
Travel by coach along the banks of the River Tiber enjoying the wonderful views including the magnificent Castel Sant’ Angelo.
The highlight of this tour is undoubtedly a visit to St Peter’s Basilica where you can go inside and explore independently.
Your tour of the classical landmarks of Rome starts with a pick up from your Hotel (if it is centrally located) between 08:00am and 08:40am.
The excursion begins with a leisurely walk across the Piazza della Repubblica at the heart of which you will find the Fountain of the Naiads.
Further on you come to the Trevi Fountain, the central figure of this masterpiece is Neptune - god of the sea.
The next sight is the imposing Colonna of Marco Aurelio, a memorial celebrating Emperor Marcus Aurelius’s victories then move to see the Palazzo di Montecitorio, designed by Bernini.
The next stop is the Pantheon, a classic Roman temple, converted into a Christian church also see Palazzo Madama - seat of the senate.
The tour passes through the extremely lively Piazza Navona, where the main attraction is the famous Fountain of the Four Rivers.
The coach drives past the Castel Sant' Angelo, one of the earliest monuments built in Rome, dating back to the Roman period. The last stop is the Basilica of St Peter, home to one of Michelangelo’s most outstanding works, La Pieta and Bernini’s bronze canopy.
You will be dropped in the vicinity of your hotel or Via G. Amendola 32.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming the departure details.
Hotel pick up available from hotels within the Aurelian Walls.
On some occasions due to religious celebrations entrance to St Peters Basicila may not be possible.
No drop off at the hotels but stops at: Via Veneto, Piazza Barberini, Piazza Venezia, Piazza della Repubblica, Termini Station and Terminal GLT
Knees and Shoulders must be covered for entrance to the Basilica