Welcome to Rome: Fountains and plazas

A classic walk, perfect as an introduction to the history and traditions of the Eternal City.

During this lovely walk, you'll enjoy famous landmarks as the Spanish Steps or the Pantheon, listening to the sound of the famous fountains of Rome.

I meet you at the Spanish Steps, (Piazza di Spagna) with La "Barcaccia" (the Fountain of the Ugly Boat), and Via Condotti (the street of the exclusive shopping) .

We'll continue our walk to the spectacular Trevi Fountain, finally visible after a long restorationm and to the most incredible monument of Rome, the Pantheon, an ancient shrine still totally standing.

After a short break to try a good espresso or a gelato (I'll be happy to show you my fav sites for both), we'll end at Piazza Navona, famous for its magic atmosphere and for the Fountain of Four Rivers, designed by Bernini.  

Meeting point: At the bottom of the Spanish Steps, in front of the Babington's Tea Room, Piazza di Spagna, 23, Details will be provided at the moment of the booking.

Walking tour from Spanish Steps to Piazza Navona 

3 hours 


timing may change depending from your pace..and your gelato!

Something you should know..

- This tour is totally outdoor. Tour is provided even in case of light rain since we can use umbrellas and raincoats. In case of heavy showers we can choose together to change the itinerary or the date of the tour

 - The Pantheon is a working Church so can be closed for Catholic events. Bring a scarf to cover your shoulders.

- Bring a bottle of water (you can refill it during the tour) 

- Be aware of the heat (30°C with high humidity in June/July) 

- in the summer, choose to start early to beat the heat (8 am or 8.30 am)

- the center of Rome is paved with cobblestones. Wear comfortably shoes.

- on request, with an extra hour, we can schedule a short visit of an underground site nearby the Trevi Fountain (for those in love with archaeology!)

Admission tickets

At the moment no admission ticket is required of this tour. An entry fee for the Pantheon will be introduced soon . The ticket will be 2€ a head (needed to fund restorations/manteinance of the site) More details will be provided soon