This astounding walk into the very center of the “Eternal City” will include Largo di Torre Argentina, the Pantheon, piazza Navona, Fontana di Trevi, the Spanish Steps, allowing visitors to walk not only from monument to monument, but also from era to era - the included landmarks date back to ancient Rome, the Middle Ages, the Baroque period and even the 18th century.
Therefore, tourists will be able to enjoy what locals walk through every day: these magnificent layers of history at one’s feet!
This walking tour will include, among various landmarks, a visit to the inside of the Pantheon, and a look at the very place where Julius Caesar was killed.
This tour is roughly 3 hours long.
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