Discover the streets and charming plazas of two untouched neighborhoods of Rome in my company.
I was born and raised in Rome, and now I live nearby, so I know by heart this section of the city.
I planned this itinerary to make you breathe the atmosphere of past centuries.
We meet at Campo de’ Fiori, the plaza of the market of flowers and vegetables, and we’ll walk around charming alleys to admire corners of a no longer preserved Rome, the city of craftsmen and artisans.
We visit the area of the former Ghetto, now a lovely district, where you’ll discover the story of the oldest Jewish community of Europe.
Then we’ll explore the labyrinth of Trastevere, probably the only area of Rome untouched by Baroque renovations or Fascist demolitions.
Be ready to admire stunning mosaics at the Basilica of St. Cecilia and Santa Maria in Trastevere.
At the end of the walk, you can linger in the area for some home-made pasta in one of the local trattorias, feeling like you’ve earned your Roman “honorary” citizenship.
- meet your guide at Campo de’ Fiori
- walk of the former Jewish Ghetto
- Tiberine Island
- Trastevere and its churches
timing may change depending from your level of interest and walking pace
private guide service