1. Rome: Under the Moonlight Evening Walking Tour
Meet your group in Piazza Navona Our tour starts in Piazza Navona, where the ancient Romans used to watch athletic contests (agones). With Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s stunning Fountain of the Four Rivers as its centrepiece, Piazza Navona is perhaps Rome’s most beautiful square. View the Pantheon without the crowds Our first stop is the Pantheon, which was constructed more than two millennia ago by the emperor Hadrian. Consecrated as a monument to the pagan gods, the Pantheon is one of Rome’s best-preserved sights – still as stunning as the day it was constructed at the height of the Roman Empire. Discover the Trevi Fountain at the quietest time of day Next up, we’ll visit the iconic Trevi Fountain, one of the most romantic and timeless spots in the Eternal City. Immortalised in Federico Fellini’s iconic film La Dolce Vita, the Trevi Fountain is the perfect spot to snap your photos, ask your questions, and toss in a coin or two. Enjoy a scenic stroll through ancient Rome Passing through Piazza Venezia, you’ll be led through the street that cuts through the Imperial forums. This boulevard is lined with columns, temples, statues, and arches that tell stories as old as Rome itself. Our final destination is the Colosseum by night – a truly colossal feat of Roman architecture and culture that attracts millions of visitors every year. In the evening light, this incredible sight is one of the most romantic and elegant sights the city has to offer.