Enjoy a relaxed stroll through the streets and alleys of the city center to the most famous and emblematic monuments of Rome.
Continuing on, you will come to the Temple of Hadrian, which is now located in a more recent building in the Piazza di Pietra. See the course of the original Roman street beneath the ground in the square. Visit the Pantheon, the majestic temple of all gods which was ordered by Marcus Agrippa in 27 BC. Admire the breath-taking entrance and awe-inspiring interior.
Start the day with a guided tour through Castel Sant’Angelo and Ponte Sant’Angelo can be seen from the outside. The bridge is considered one of Rome’s most beautiful ancient bridges. Hadrian had it built in 136 to access his mausoleum over the Tiber. Decoration of the Ponte Sant’Angelo with 10 statues was initially done in the 16th century under Pope Clement VII. One of the best sculptors, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, created the 10 angels that still grace the Ponte Sant’Angelo (Bridge of Angels) today.
The guided tour moves on to the Piazza Navona, one of the characteristic squares of Baroque Rome. Explore this jewel in the middle of the city, with Bernini’s famous Fountain of the Four Rivers triumphant in its centre. Con le sue fontane, colori, facciate ed artisti di strada, questa piazza offre innumerevoli occasioni di bellezza romana.
The monumental Trevi Fountain is one of Rome’s visitor magnets. The Fontana di Trevi became world-famous after featuring in a scene in Fellini’s 1960 film “La Dolce Vita” when the leading actors Marcello Mastroianni and Anita Eckberg bathed in the fountain at night. According to a Roman tradition, you make a wish to return to Rome if you throw a coin into the fountain. A Incidentally, the fountain owes its name to the fact that three streets converged in ancient Rome: “tre vie” – meaning three streets – later became “Trevi”.
The guided tour ends at the Spanish Steps. With their 138 steps, the Spanish Steps and their charming balustrades lead up to the Trinita dei Monti church. At the foot of these steps is the upmarket fashion mile, the Via Condotti, in which not just top Italian designers showcase their latest creations. A fountain is in the middle of the Piazza di Spagna. Pietro Bernini, father of the famous sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini, completed the Fontana della Barcaccia in 1629. A beautiful Baroque fountain with the original shape of a boat.