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Highlights of Rome accessible tour

Accessible highlights tour of Rome has been designed to let you see the most interesting and known monuments and places in Rome.

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Price from 55 euros

Accessible Highlights Tour of Rome

Accessible Highlights Tour of Rome through the most beautiful highlights of the city of Rome: Trevi Fountain, Panthoen, Spanish steps, Navona square...

The Accessible Highlights Tour of Rome will take you to visit the most beautiful spots in the city of Rome. With its rich artistic history, Rome is full of statues, squares, fountains, palaces, and monuments that will take your breath away with their beauty. Let us take you to see the most beautiful baroque and classical buildings in the city and make memories that will stay with you forever.

The Accessible Highlights Tour of Rome begins with a visit to the Trevi Fountain, made famous around the world in Federico Fellini’s movie “La Dolce Vita”. Designed by Nicola Salvi in 1762, it is a beautiful example of baroque architecture. According to legend, if you throw a coin into the fountain over your left shoulder with your right hand, while keeping your eyes closed, you will certainly visit Rome again in the future! A second coin will make you meet your one true love, and a third one will grant you a secret wish of your choice. The coins are also gathered and given to charity every year, so this tradition is altruistic as well as fun.

This Accessible Highlights Tour of Rome takes you then to see Piazza Navona. This square used to be a stadium in ancient times, which is why it is shaped like an oval. During the Renaissance it was embellished with fountains and churches, making it a must see during your visit in Rome, and one of the most famous and beautiful spots in the city. In more recent times it has started housing art galleries, outdoor restaurants, and cafés, making Piazza Navona the animated center of Rome’s night and day life. This is the perfect place to relax and have some good fun.

The Accessible Highlights Tour of Rome continues then to the Pantheon. Here you will see one of the best-preserved monuments of Ancient Rome. Built by Agrippa in the year 27 B.C., it was dedicated to all gods of the past, present, and future. It became a church under Pope Bonifacius IV in the year 609. The Pantheon has a hole in the center of its domed roof, and according to a legend, it was an “eye” through which the gods could see what was happening inside.

This Accessible Highlights Tour of Rome now reaches two of the most beautiful squares in Rome: Piazza Colonna and Piazza di Spagna. In Piazza Colonna you will see the Column of Marcus Aurelius, built by the Ancient Roman Senate to commemorate the victories of the Emperor. You can see ancient Roman soldiers marching to war sculpted all around the surface of the column. In Piazza di Spagna, which means “Spanish square”, you will see the Spanish Steps, one of the most popular spots in the city. In front of the steps, you can see the beautiful “Fontana della Barcaccia”, “the boat fountain”, made by the great architect “Gian Lorenzo Bernini” in 1629. The streets surrounding Piazza di Spagna are full of the best shops in Rome, and the perfect place to do some shopping and find some great souvenirs.

This Accessible Highlights Tour of Rome will allow you to visit the beautiful highlights of the city of Rome in safety and without any unpleasant surprises. Choose our accessible accommodation and visit Rome without any worries!

Highlights and what's included
  • Duration: Half Day
  • Places of interest: Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Navona square, Spanish steps.
  • Exclusivity: All our tours are PRIVATE, not sharing with other guests
  • Languages: All languages available on request 

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