If you have already been in Rome, or if you like going off the beaten path, follow me in the discovery of lovely gardens and ancient ruins, misterious legends and contemporary tragedies.
In this walking tour we'll start with the area around the Tiber River, the Island, where in the ancient time there was a Temple for the God of Medicine, Esculapio.
We'll walk along the river banks to see the Tiber and admire its bridges by close.
Then we'll walk accross one of the most genuine area of Rome, the Jewish District when you'll learn about the local jewish community and its hard life during centuries.
After, we'll walk around the Forum Boarium, where you see two Repubblican shrines totally preserved (temple of Hercules and Portunus).
If you're interested, we can line to pose with the Mouth of the Truth :)
Finally we'll climb the Aventine Hill, famous for its gardens and churches, ending in the lovely Gardens of Oranges. (during spring we can visit even the Garden of Roses, located when once there was a Jewish Cemetery).
The very last stop will be a surprise for you...a glimpse through the most stunning keyhole of Rome.
- visit of the Early Christian Basilica of Santa Sabina
- Visit of the Circus Maximus excavations
Tiber Island, River Banks, Jewish Ghetto, Theather of Marcellus, Forum Boarium, Circus Maximus, Aventine Hill (Garden of Oranges)
3 hours (timing may change depending from your pace..and your gelato!)
(price per group not per person)
no tickets required
RAIN POLICY: This tour is provided even in case of rain. We'll use umbrellas and raincoats.
Tour is totally outdoor.
At Tiber Island, at the column of Piazza San Bartolomeo all'Isola
Details will be provided at the moment of the booking.