Self-guided walks around Rome
Each of these self-guided walks around is a gentle 3-4 hours long, doesn’t require any entrance tickets, and will give you a broad view of Rome, from the Baroque to the ancient. You may want to print these out: maps and intepretation are included.
This free self-guided walk takes you from the site of Caesar’s death to Rome’s own pyramid, taking in the original Jewish Ghetto and the most beautiful view of the most beautiful city on earth.
A gentle, rewarding walk that introduces you to Rome’s major baroque piazzas and some ancient sites. Perfect for those who have just arrived, but to be enjoyed by everyone.
Take an unusual trip through Roma Nord to see the Road that linked the ‘Caput Mundi’ to the rest of Europe.
Rome wasn't built in a day, and one day is nowhere near enough to see everything the city has to offer. Even a month isn't enough to be honest. That said, there may be circumstances - a cruise, a multi-city tour of Italy, a layover - in which you really only have one...