Tours & activities in Rome
Italy has changed. But Rome is Rome.
Rome is the city of echoes, the city of illusions, and the city of yearning.
Rome wasn’t built in a day, it was built to be Eternal. But who's responsible? Romulus, Cesar, the Pope? What's the secret behind the rise of the Eternal City? Where does its power lie?
Why so many churches and where’s the best pizza? How many fountains are there in Rome, and how many coins are tossed into the most beautiful of them? Why are the Egyptian obelisks everywhere, and who would have invented a basil-flavored gelato?
The questions about Rome and its heroes are infinite. There’s an answer to each of them but the clock is ticking.
Rome will exist as long as the Coliseum does;
When the Coliseum falls, so will Rome;
When Rome falls, so will the world.
Therefore, before all that happens we will need to find out the answer to the most important question of this experience: Who killed Caravaggio?
It’s when the exploration of a city turns into an investigation of a 400-year-old murder case.
- Piazza della Minerva
- San Luigi dei Francesi
- Piazza Navona
- Piazza del Popolo
- Santa Maria del Popolo
Shoulders and knees must be covered to enter the churches.
This tour is especially recommended for those interested in history and archaeology, to discover Ancient Rome through the monuments and ruins that tell the story. This tour allows you to deepen, through the engaging and never boring analysis of the places we will visit, the knowledge of Roman history, culture and art. The visit will allow you to immerse yourself in the past to understand in depth the evolution of the ancient city , from its origins to the heyday of the Empire.
It will be included in the tour, with a detailed description from the outside:
- Roman Forum
- Caesar Forum
- Trajan's Forum
- Forum of Augustus
- Arch of Costantino (end of tour)
Seeing is believing!! after about 2 hours you can boast an enviable knowledge of the city's history, daily life and anecdotes, from Romulus (8th century BC) to Constantine (4th century AD).
Make your visit to Rome a unique experience, capable of broadening your knowledge and your culture!
At the end of the tour, those who wish can visit the Colosseum on their own, reserving tickets in advance on the official site
To have a complete vision of the city I also suggest:
https://www.guruwalk.com/it/walks/34739-trastevere-isola-tiberina-e-il-ghetto (in English)
Get a break from the Roman heat and join me for a complete and in-depth evening tour of the incredible Jewish Ghetto neighborhood in Rome. We will begin our walk at the base of the steps to the Capitoline Hill. From here we will take a look at the impact of Ancient Rome on the Jewish Community and how it grew and changed over 2000 years of history.
We will see sites such as:
- Theater of Marcellus
- Portico d'Ottavia
- Via dei Funari
- Turtle Fountain
- Piazza Mattei
- Piazza delle Cinque Scole
- The Great Synagogue
- Tiber Island
We will learn about the impact of history and religion in the Jewish community that was settled in this neighborhood since the 2nd century BC, as well as the struggles they faced and how they overcame them throughout the centuries.
I will show you the main sites and answer all of your questions as we go through the cobblestone streets and I share with you the stories associated with neighborhood. We will also walk down the main street in the ghetto to smell the delicious culinary traditions that waft through the streets as I tell you all of the best places to get traditional Roman Kosher food like Carciofi alle Giudia and mouth watering Oxtail Ragu.
The tour will end on the Tiber Island, home of one of Rome's oldest hospitals as well as the oldest, functioning bridge, where I will answer all of your questions and make sure you have the best vacation in Rome.