You have the opportunity to explore Rome, the eternal city, with Giovanna Terzulli a personable, knowledgeable, licensed tour guide of Rome, with more than fifteen years of experience. Her contact is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t miss the chance to enjoy the city with her. She will help you to navigate the city but also to uncover Rome’s secrets from the past to the present. During the tours she can take you to her favorite gelato or pizza places to have fun and to make your stay more enjoyable, just like locals do.
Here are some walking tours she provides, each tour lasts about 3 hours. Tours are available seven days a week with the exception of the Vatican Museums that are closed on Sunday. A minimum of 4 people is required to operate the tours, both in the morning or early evening. She also offers tailor-made itineraries according to your interests. The cost is 25 euros per person, tickets are not included. Some sites are subject to openings hours.
Start with Colosseum, the iconic symbol of Rome, stroll through the Roman Forum, the heart of the ancient city, climb to the elegant Capitoline square, designed by Michelangelo, Piazza Venezia and enjoy a delicious gelato at the end.
Heart of Rome
From the Spanish Steps, to the spectacular Trevi Fountain (even if it is partially covered by scaffolding due to a restoration), stop for a coffe, as important as wine in Rome and maybe more, visit the Church of Saint Ignatius to admire the famous “fake dome”, over to Campo dei Fiori to grab a slice of pizza on the go, or to enjoy a good glass of vine.
Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere
From the Capitoline hill, pass by the Theatre of Marcellus and visit the area where the Jewish Ghetto used to be crossing the Island in the Tiber River, a calm oasis in the center of the city, reach Trastevere, a very picturesque neighborhood famous for its narrow and irregular streets and beautiful churches, but above all the ideal place for an aperitivo or gourmet snack.
Pantheon, Piazza Navona and Castel Sant’Angelo
From the Pantheon, the best preserved monument of the ancient city, you’ll see Piazza Navona, a great example of continuity between Rome’s past and its present , with the ruins of the Stadium. Walk along the elegant Via dei Coronari, full of delicious sweet pastries and cafès, and reach Castel Sant’Angelo, built as an imperial tomb and later turned into a fortress strategic for the popes.
Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica
The itinerary can include a section of the archeological museum, with famous ancient Roman statues, the three main galleries, the so-called Raffaello rooms (crowd permitting), Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica schedule permitting). In order to skip the line at the entrance, tickets must be purchased in advance on the official website
Browse the famous stores along via Condotti or the trendy small shops by Campo dei Fiori or in Via del Governo Vecchio. The latest fashion can be discovered in little boutiques that are often hidden and considered “gems” to the locals. Drink at a wonderful rooftop bar, is a must at the end.