Roman Dolce Vita: 2.5-Hour Small-Group Walking Tour

Roman Dolce Vita: 2.5-Hour Small-Group Walking Tour

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Duration
2.5 hours
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Live Guide
English
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What You'll Do
  • Enjoy a walk through central Rome and see sights made famous in Fellini’s film, La Dolce Vita
  • Admire Rome’s majestic Barcaccia, Trevi, and 4 Rivers fountains
  • Do some haute couture window shopping along Via Condotti
  • Discover where locals get the best gelato and espresso
Overview
Take a guided walk in the city of La Dolce Vita, taking in its most stunning monuments and the places where locals enjoy the best espresso, gelato, and vino. Discover art of the Renaissance and the boutiques of today’s fashion designers as well.
What to Expect
Your Roman adventure begins at the world-famous Spanish steps, the site of the Bernini’s Barcaccia Fountain. Walk along Via Condotti, the city’s street of haute couture, lined with the boutiques of Armani, Gucci, Bulgari, and many others. See what remains of the Rome of yesteryear at the Antico Caffe Greco, a meeting point for artists and philosophers since the 18th century.

On this 2.5-hour tour you’ll wind your way through alleyways to the Trevi Fountain, featured in Fellini’s 1960 film, La Dolce Vita. Be sure to throw a coin into the fountain to ensure that you’ll visit Rome again!

A bit further along you’ll come to the beautiful Piazza Colonna, home to Palazzo Chigi, the seat of the Italian government, and the nearby Palazzo Montecitorio, home to the Italian parliament.

Stop for a well-deserved break at Rome’s best gelateria to sample this tasty treat (optional), and then continue to the Church of Sant’Ignazio. This little-known church features a wonderful fake dome, created by an optical illusion.

See the Pantheon, one of the best-preserved Roman temples, transformed into a church in the 7th century. Nearby is a small café where you can stop to enjoy the best espresso in Rome (optional).

Next is Palazzo Madama, a Renaissance building that is now the seat of the Italian senate, and just a short walk away from Piazza Navona. Admire Bernini’s 4 Rivers Fountain and note the elliptical shape of the piazza, a reminder that Romans used the site as a chariot racing ground.

Complete your walking tour by visiting another hidden gem, the statue of Pasquino. In front of the statue is an excellent enoteca (wine bar) where you can rest and sip glass of wine and taste delicious cheese and prosciutto (optional).
What's Included
  • English-speaking guide
What's Not Included
  • Food and drinks
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Gratuity for the guide
Meeting Point

At the newsstand located in Piazza Mignanelli (Mignanelli Square, looking toward the Spanish Steps, about 50 meters on the right) (Open in Google Maps)

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