Free Walking Tour Rome

free walking tour rome

Free walking tour Rome guides you in Rome, the capital city of Italy, is known for its rich history and cultural heritage. With numerous ancient landmarks and monuments such as the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and the Pantheon, the city offers a glimpse into its past as the center of the Roman Empire. Visitors can also admire the artistic masterpieces at the Vatican Museums, visit the breathtaking St. Peter’s Basilica, or take a stroll through the picturesque streets of the Trastevere neighborhood. In addition to its cultural attractions, Rome offers plenty of opportunities for shopping, dining, and entertainment.

General information

Meeting point

Meet your guide at the Pantheon

Start times

11:00 hrs / 18:00 hrs

Duration

2 hours

Language

English

Price

Tip only basis

Note

Booking this tour is mandatory

Free Walking Tour Rome – Itinerary

Free walking tour Rome begins at the Pantheon, one of Rome’s most famous landmarks. Originally built as a temple to all the gods, the Pantheon is now a church and a testament to the city’s rich history. Admire the striking dome and marvel at the building’s engineering, which has remained intact for over 2000 years. 

Next, head to Piazza Navona, a lively square known for its beautiful fountains, outdoor cafes, and street performers. Enjoy a coffee or gelato and take in the atmosphere of this bustling square. From Piazza Navona, make your way to the nearby Campo de’ Fiori, a charming square lined with outdoor market stalls and street vendors.

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Walking along the cobbled streets of the historic center, you’ll soon arrive at the Circus Maximus, the ancient Roman stadium where chariot races were held. Today, the Circus Maximus is a peaceful park with sweeping views over the city. 

Just a short walk away is the Colosseum, one of Rome’s most recognizable landmarks. This enormous amphitheater was once the site of gladiatorial contests and public spectacles, and is now a popular tourist attraction. Admire the impressive architecture and imagine the drama that once played out on its ancient stage. 

The final stop on your tour is the Roman Forum, an ancient commercial and political center. Stroll among the ruins of the temples, basilicas, and public squares, and imagine the bustling activity that once took place here.