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Republic Experiences are a team of young history, art or archeology student guides who can't wait to share the stories of Rome with you! We run this free tour because we believe free tours are integral for travellers, and we take them all the time when we travel too! Our free tour team is a community based initiative that allows local history, art or archaeology students the opportunity to share their passion with you. Our studies are very expensive! All your gratuities go to a good cause 😊 Come and join us for adventure back in time through Rome! 🤗
**ESSENTIALS IN ROME, LEGENDS, MYTHS, DICTATORS, EMPERORS, BEST PHOTOS.**
Our walking tour meets in the small piazza via celsa 7, just a stones through from the famous Piazza Venezia.
From here we will discuss the history and legend of Vittorio Emanuele as we explore Rome's most famous Piazza. We will learn the story of Italy's creation (unification) and it's modern history.
Venturing through the backstreets we will pass Rome's smallest church, on the way to the Trevi Fountain. At the fountain we will discover the tragic tale of its original creator, the signification and symbology of the fountain, and uncover the truth in the modern legend of the coin toss.
Next up is the oldest and best preserved building that stands in Rome: the Pantheon. This miraculous feat of engineering has truly stood the test of time, it's over 2000 years old, and it is the best chance of getting a glimpse into ancient Rome.
Our tour finishes as we emerge into the enchanting Piazza Navona. Our journey into the importance of the piazza begins with it ancient roots, and moves onto the baroque fued between Bernini and Borromini the resulted in the most beautiful square in Rome.
In around 2 hours we will visit the Pantheon, The Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, and more.
We will be holding a yellow flag carpe diem rome in the small piazza outside Grano Trattoria, via celsa 7
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).
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