Fountain of the Four Rivers

Enter your dates to find available activities

Fountain of the Four Rivers: Our most recommended tours and activities

Rome: Fountains and Piazzas Walking Tour

1. Rome: Fountains and Piazzas Walking Tour

Join an expert guide on an enchanting journey through the historic cobbled streets of the Eternal City. Hear tales of history and intrigue from throughout the centuries. First, explore the Trevi Fountain and the beautiful Spanish Steps. Learn about the history of these stunning monuments and soak up the vibrant atmosphere of the area. Then, head to the Pantheon, the best-preserved building of Ancient Rome. Marvel at the scale of the building and the giant columns, and look through the famous oculus of the dome. Learn about the incredible history of this monument that spans nearly 2,000 years. End your tour at Piazza Navona, one of Rome’s most splendid squares, home to Bernini’s renowned Fountain of the Four Rivers.

...
Rome: Night Tour with Pizza and Gelato

2. Rome: Night Tour with Pizza and Gelato

Explore Rome under the romance of the moonlight, amber streetlights, and soft shimmer of candles at outdoor cafés. Get a better understanding of the phrase, “All Roads Lead to Rome.” Start the evening with a delicious pizza in a typical restaurant. Then, ride the streets of the “Eternal City” to see them lit-up with different colored lights. Pass the Colosseum, and marvel at the greatest arena of the Roman Republic illuminated for the night. Marvel at the baroque majesty of the Trevi Fountain. Throw a coin in the fountain if you want to one day return to Rome. Pay your respects to all the gods of Rome at the beautifully-preserved Pantheon. Experience the buzz and beauty of Piazza Navona at night as you stroll past its 3 famous fountains, including Bernini's Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (“Fountain of the Four Rivers”). Watch well-dressed Romans at the outdoor cafés. Then, marvel at the magnificent Basilica of St. Peter's in the Vatican City. Before your leave, your guide has one last gift to give you; the chance to taste some of the finest gelato in Italy!

...
Rome: Colosseum, Ancient Rome, and Vatican Combo Tour

3. Rome: Colosseum, Ancient Rome, and Vatican Combo Tour

Embark on a full-day combination tour of the most famous sights in Rome. Discover the Vatican, along with the Colosseum and the ruins of Ancient Rome. Experience the history of the Eternal City with a guide. Meet your guide near the Colosseum and dive right into Roman history with skip-the-line tickets. Visit the ruins of the Forum, Capitoline Hill, and the Pantheon. Stroll through bustling Piazza Venezia, see the Largo di Torre Argentina, and the picturesque Piazza Navona, featuring Bernini's famous Fountain of Four Rivers. Your trip though ancient Rome comes to a close here. Pick up your tour at the Vatican Museums and stroll through Gallery of the Maps, Gallery of the Tapestries and Gallery of the Candelabra. Visit the beautiful Pine Courtyard, see Pio Clementine Museum and admire the stunning Raphael Rooms. Step inside the world-famous Sistine Chapel and admire Michelangelo’s famous frescos. Visit St. Peter's Basilica with the well-known "La Pietà."

...
Rome: City Highlights Segway Tour

4. Rome: City Highlights Segway Tour

Start your tour with a brief training session to ensure you feel safe and comfortable on your Segway. Set off to see the most iconic sights of Rome in a unique and informative way, learning about the history of the city as you go. You'll visit lots of Rome's most important landmarks, such as the Trevi Fountain, the Capitoline Hill and the Spanish Steps. The exact number of attractions seen on the route will depend on the duration chosen. If you have never been on a Segway before, you are in for a treat. It's a fun way to get around the seven hills of Rome, and your guide will show you all the most important sites in a fun and environmentally-friendly way. Your guide will also tell you personal stories and experiences about local life in the city.

...
Rome: Jewish Ghetto & Campo de Fiori by Night Food Tour

5. Rome: Jewish Ghetto & Campo de Fiori by Night Food Tour

Enjoy an intimate food and culture tour of Rome in the evening, and see the major sights of the “Eternal City” as you feast on homemade pasta, pastries and more. Meet your guide on Piazza Mattei in the Jewish Ghetto, and stroll off to discover ancient squares that hum with restaurants and market life. See baroque fountains and statues that strike poses before imposing architecture. Stop at 7 different tasting venues en route, including restaurants, delicatessens, and other notable sites. Go to Piazza Navona, built on the site of the Stadium of Domitian and site of a city market in the late 15th century. See some of Rome’s finest baroque architecture, and Bernini’s Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers). Visit the site of a medieval market at Campo de’ Fiori and admire the local atmosphere. Learn about the death of Julius Caesar at Pompey Theatre, and pass some of the most significant remains of Ancient Rome, including Theatre of Marcellus, Temple of Apollo, and Portico of Octavia. Fine wine and local fare take center stage throughout, with tastings at venues loved by the locals. Discover sites the guide books don’t mention, and listen to stories of local lore. Meet people who take great pride in the quality of their produce, whether it’s pizza, pasta, or fresh vegetables prepared as they have been for generations.

...
Rome: 3-Hour Baroque Walking Tour

6. Rome: 3-Hour Baroque Walking Tour

Starting from Piazza del Popolo, an enormous square with the city’s second obelisk in the center, which was brought to Rome by Augustus and re-erected here by the architect Domenico Fontana under Sixtus V (1589). In the square, the beautiful church of Santa Maria del Popolo is one of the most interesting in Rome, rich in works of arts and masterpieces of Raphael and Caravaggio. Arrive at the Spanish Steps and Spanish Square with the charming monumental flight of steps (1772), whose sinuous line harmoniously follows the slope of the hill. At its feet is the graceful fountain La Barcaccia by Pietro Bernini. At the top of the Spanish Steps is the Church of Trinità dei Monti with the two cupolas, and in front of its façade is an obelisk, which was taken from the Sallustian Gardens in 1789. Then, go to the Trevi Fountain, the most spectacular fountain in Rome. It was built by two Popes starting in 1730, with the legend that whoever throws a coin in will assure his return to Rome. The large fountain is located along a side of Poli Palace, decorated with statues and bas-reliefs on heaps of rocks and the water gushes from every part. Almost halfway up Via del Corso, the principal Roman street, is the Piazza Colonna with the column of Marcus Aurelius. On the square, you'll find Chigi Palace, the minister’s office. On the opposite side of Via del Corso is the Colonna Gallery. Montecitorio Palace at the square close by with the same name, is the headquartes of the Chamber of Deputies. The Pantheon, the best preserved monument of Ancient Rome and one of the most beautiful, is located in the picturesque Piazza della Rotonda with the wonderful fountain designed by Giacomo Della Porta, surmounted by the little obelisk Ramses II. The Baroque Rome Tour ends at Piazza Navona. Built on the site of the stadium of Domitian (84 AD) used for athletic competitions, in the middle of 17th Century under the pontificate of Innocent X Pamphilj (1644-1655) became the most beautiful square in Rome with the amazing Fountain of the Four Rivers built by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, who designed it as a base for an  Egyptian Obelisk, with the Church of Sant’Agnese in Agone and the Pamphilj Palace built by Girolamo Rainaldi and Francesco Borromini.

...
Rome: Colosseum Guided Tour & Baroque Walking Tour

7. Rome: Colosseum Guided Tour & Baroque Walking Tour

Visit the symbol of the ancient Roman world, the Colosseum. Walk past the often long lines with your skip-the-line ticket and live a special experience inside this majestic monument. Have a pleasant stroll in the history and glory of the Roman Empire. Your informative guide will make your experience funny and full of good memories. Hear about the engineering genius of the Romans and the fascinating and terrifying history of the Colosseum, marked by bloody gladiatorial battles and mad emperors who played as gladiators. The tour will be approximately 1 hour and is suitable for all ages, including children. After your Colosseum tour, experience a unique walking tour in the romantic twilight when the city is all lit up. Starting from the Spanish Steps and ending up at Venice Square, tour Rome's historic city center and discover the main squares and fountains of the city, the "Dolce Vita" landmarks, as well as the most exciting and tucked-away treasures from the Baroque and Renaissance periods.

...
Rome: 3-Hour Private Sightseeing Tour by Luxury Vehicle

8. Rome: 3-Hour Private Sightseeing Tour by Luxury Vehicle

See the most important sites of Rome from the comfort of a Mercedes E-Class sedan or minivan, while a licensed guide gives you an introduction to the history of attractions such as the Pantheon, Capitoline Hill and the Bocca della Verità. Following a pick-up from your hotel, drive to the heart of Ancient Rome and stop in front of the triumphal Arch of Constantine. Take in the impressive views from where the Roman emperors would enter the city after their victorious battles. Continue to the Roman Forum to see the ruins of the great temples of the Roman Republic. Learn how the everyday citizens would gather in the Forum, and then let off steam at the gladiator contests of the Colosseum, the Roman Republic’s mightiest arena. Drive past the Bocca della Verità (“Mouth of Truth”) on the portico of the church of Santa Maria in Cosmedin, and continue to Piazza Venezia for a beautiful view of Capitoline Hill. Next, explore the temple of all gods, and one of the most intact monuments of the Roman Empire, at the Pantheon. Marvel at Bernini’s Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (“Fountain of Four Rivers”) in Piazza Navona, and admire Borromini’s church of Sant’Agnese in Agone. The glorious piazza is completed by the frescoes of Pietro da Cortona on the Palazzo Pamphilj. End on St. Peter's Square to see Bernini’s glorious Tuscan colonnades embracing "The maternal arms of Mother Church."

...
Rome Fountains and Squares Morning Tour with Lunch

9. Rome Fountains and Squares Morning Tour with Lunch

Enjoy a morning tour of Rome and see its most symbolic sights. Departing from the Spanish Steps, dominated by the church of Trinità dei Monti, proceed to the Rococo splendor of the Trevi Fountain. Admire the fantasy creatures designed to embody movement. Your guide will explain how, according to tradition, if you throw a coin over your shoulder into the fountain you will eventually return to Rome. Toss in a penny and cross your fingers!  Continue to the Pantheon (Temple of all the Gods), originally built to honor the 7 deities of Ancient Rome. Featuring the largest brick dome in the history of architecture, the Pantheon is considered a forerunner of all modern places of worship, and is the most copied of all classical buildings. Your sightseeing tour ends at Piazza Navona, built on the ruins of the Domitian Circus, and now adorned by Bernini’s Fountain of the 4 Rivers. Finish your tour with a tasting of local products in a typical Italian restaurant.

...
Rome: Caravaggio and Baroque Art Private Guided Tour

10. Rome: Caravaggio and Baroque Art Private Guided Tour

This 3-hour private tour of Caravaggio’s art and Rome’s Baroque masterpieces is the perfect opportunity for a close-up look at the artist’s work. Michelangelo Merisi, alias Caravaggio, one of the greatest painters of all time, spent the majority of his life in Rome. The tour begins at Piazza del Popolo and the Basilica of Santa Maria del Popolo, where you’ll see The Crucifixion of St. Peter and The Conversion of St. Paul. Then you’ll pass near 2 of Caravaggio’s residences, Palazzo Madama, the seat of the Senate, and Giustiniani Palace, which now houses the offices of the Senate. Your guide will tell you about unusual events in Caravaggio’s life and also provide commentary on the architecture or current functions of the main Italian government houses such as Montecitorio Palace. See the major masterpieces of Caravaggio, including The Life of St. Matthew in St. Louis of France’s Contarelli Chapel, and The Madonna of the Pilgrims in St. Augustine. Admire Baroque architectural masterpieces, including the Church of St. Ignatius. Pass by the Pantheon and hear about its history from your guide. Your tour ends in Piazza Navona, where you’ll be able to admire one of the Bernini’s masterpieces, the Fountain of the 4 Rivers, and Borromini’s façade of St. Agnes in Agony. Hear stories of these rival artists, and about the tragic end of Caravaggio’s life in Rome.

...

Other Sightseeing Options in Fountain of the Four Rivers

Want to discover all there is to do in Fountain of the Four Rivers? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about Fountain of the Four Rivers

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 360 reviews

It was a great experience. Our guide Maria was amazing, she knew a lot about the history, culture and food in rome. It was a pleasure to spend time with her. Her passion for food and culture shows in the conversation and the way she engages. I would definitely recommend this to family and friends.

Damiano was a really entertaining tour guide and knew a lot. Also very nice to be able to talk about football with him!

Very informative, very nice tour. I recommend. The guide has really enormous knowledge and love to talk. Just perfect.

Super knowledgeable friendly guide a great experience highly recommend this tour you won't be disappointed

Gretta was awesome! Food was great. Tried all the classic foods. Recommend this tour.