Roman Holidays organizes free daily orientation tours to discover the capital where every alley and every building has a story to tell
Our route will take place between squares, fountains and churches in the center of Rome with stops at the main attractions of the eternal city, from the Colosseum to Piazza Navona, passing by the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain.
Panoramic walks have an introductory purpose to discover some of the most important symbols of a city born of culture and art.
The Welcome tours are reserved for those who book on our website for stays of at least 4 nights; they are available in Italian / English / Russian. The tour must be booked together with the room reservation.
Meeting Point – Republic Square
Departure 9.30 am – Duration 2 hours
Monday Classical Rome
Tuesday The seven most curious fountains in Rome
Wednesday Classic Rome
Thursday Seven roads for seven trades
Friday The seven most curious fountains in Rome
Saturday Classic Rome
Sunday Classic Rome
Travel the centuries of history among the main monuments of central Rome. Discover the pleasure of being surprised to see glimpses of history and above all of stories between the buildings and squares of the city. The itinerary follows stages of the main monuments of the capital between Monti, Esquilino, Palatino and Quirinale.
Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
The seven most curious fountains in Rome
“Fountains are enough to justify a trip to Rome,” said the great romantic poet P. B. Shelley. And it is true, because water and fountains have always been an important and characteristic part of the city’s artistic and cultural heritage. Monumental, scenic or unusual, the fountains of the capital are over 2000: small and large treasures that conceal singular stories or legends. We will tell you about 7 of the most curious and little known with our welcome tour on Sunday.
Tuesday and Friday
Seven roads for seven trades
“All roads lead to Rome,” it is said, and thoughts go to the great consular roads that radiated in all the regions of our peninsula, until reaching the distant provinces of the Empire. In the heart of the city, however, there is a maze of streets and alleys that tell a different page of the millennial history of Rome, “speaking” streets with evocative names that still pass down the memory of the artisans and vendors who had their shops there. We offer you seven, in alphabetical order, to discover with us their origin, their secrets and their curiosities.