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Free walking tour Rome - Through the ages

Your guru: Natalia
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  • Rome
  • Available in: English

About the guru Natalia

My name is Natalia and I am Polish. I studied art history in Poland, England and in Italy. I did my Erasmus exchange in Rome, and I felt in love with the city which is a real treasure house for art lovers but also a vivant modern city. I would love to share my knowledge and passion for the eternal city with you and help you to discover its diverse aspects.

My name is Natalia and I am Polish. I studied art history in Poland, England and in Italy. I did my Erasmus exchange in Rome, and I felt in love with the city which is a real treasure house for art lovers but also a vivant modern city. I would love to share my knowledge and passion for the eternal city with you and help you to discover its diverse aspects.

About the tour

We will discover the diverse sides of Rome: the artistic and the daily one, ancient and modern, high and low, well-known and secret.

Using my art history knowledge, I will show you how Rome looked like during its grandeur periods: the ancient and the early modern (16th-17th century) and how they are still present in the living fabric of the city.

We will start our tour at the most important of the seven hills of Rome, the Capitoline one, to see where Rome started and where it is still governed.

Then we will continue our journey through the district of the ghetto, discovering the monuments but also the daily life of Rome, in the restaurants and in the markets. We will see the important sights, like Piazza Navona, Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain and I will present to you their history and explain their examples of the development of the city through centuries. We will finish our tour on the Quirinale Hill, where the president of the Republic residents now and where we can enjoy a beautiful view of the city.

1. The Capitoline Hill

2. The Marcellus Theatre

3. The Fontana delle Tartarughe (the Turtle Fountain)

4. Palazzo Farnese

5. Campo di Fiori

6. Piazza Navona

7. The Pantheon

8. The St. Ignacy of Loyola Church

9. The Trevi Fountain

10. The Quirinale Hill

Meeting point
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How to find me: The Capitoline Hill, by the Marcus Aurelius statue
Tour duration: 2 hours, 30 minutes

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