Walks around Rome
We present a selection of fascinating, both self-led and guided. The self-guided walks are usually a gentle 3-4 hours long, don’t require any entrance tickets, and will give you a broad view of Rome, from the Baroque to the ancient. The guided tours are chosen to give you a deeply informed insight into the city – both the classic sights, and well off the beaten path.
Self-guided tour: take an unusual trip through Roma Nord to see the Road that linked the ‘Caput Mundi’ to the rest of Europe.
This instructive tour will help you understand the most important historical periods of Rome and take you to visit the most iconic sites in the company of an expert. Learn about the evolution of Roman art and architecture, its religion, society, and politics, from ancient origins to its current challenges.
A fascinating stroll through a historic district off the beaten tourist path. From the stunning basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore to the Santa Prassede basilicas, through a late 19th century planned residential area with deeply ancient roots. A side of Rome that is close to the center, yet rarely visited.