Rome is commonly described as an open-air museum. That is so much TRUE.
There isn’t a better place than Rome for a walking tour with an expert guide and here we explain you why
SIMPLY, TOO MUCH TO SEE.
Which other city can offer you so many monuments, so much art, ancient ruins and over 900 churches, all from different centuries? None. So, it’s very likely that before and during your visit to the Eternal City, you will be doing (and re-doing) lists of the sites and attractions you want to see. Not easy.
Then, the major sites will follow specific timings and imply some queuing, which is going to restrict the time for your arts-craving activities.
Well, you should know that Walking Tours in Rome are an effective way of filling the gaps. They can be very flexible both time-wise and on the choice of the itinerary. You can choose a pre-defined itinerary or make your own request if you are in a small group.
THE HIDDEN TREASURES ARE THE BONUS
We have already talked about the huge number of things to see, but it’s interesting that they are mostly concentrated in a relatively small area. There is so much in the center of Rome that many stunning churches, monuments or galleries simply go unnoticed. Partly because of the competition from major sites, but in part also due to the little effort from those who should be promoting them. Regardless of how much you know about this beautiful city, there is always something hidden somewhere you had not seen or heard before. As you walk from a place to another, it’s simple to discover these little gems and if you pick the right guide, you will get the most of your Walking Tour.
PERFECT CHOICE FOR THE SMART SAVER
There is so much art and history outside there in the open that you don’t really need to pay entrance fees. Walking Tours are a very affordable solution and you do get a lot in return, so let us connect you with the best professional tour guides in town. We will direct you to those who know the city inside and out and you will save money too!
FEED THE MIND AND STAY HEALTHY
Reverse carbs-loading by choosing a 2 or even 3-hour Walking Tour. In the land of pasta and pizza it’s tempting to indulge, but there’s an effective way of avoiding the guilt. Rome has 7 hills and despite you won’t walk them all, there is a fair amount of exercise you can do over these 2 or 3 hours. Plus, walking with other people can be an enjoyable social occasion, as the sociable pace of walking is perfect for making new friends.
BEAT THE SUMMER HEAT WITH A NIGHT WALKING TOUR
It’s no secret that touring Rome in the scorching days of July and August can be taxing. Temperatures of 35C-40C are not uncommon and you won’t find it enjoyable out there in the heat. So, why not joining a night Walking Tour? It’s cooler in the evening and you will see a very different perception of the city. Plus, there are options available to combine the tour with an aperitivo, a dinner alfresco or a final stop at an ice cream parlor.
Contact us here if you want to hear about the available Walking Tour options.
Also, get in touch if you are in a group of 4 or more and you want a private Walking Tour with a desired itinerary.
If Florence is your destination, why not choosing our night walking tour with aperitivo? Join the young crowd and soak the charm of Florence and its treasures at night.