Classical Rome Open Bus and Guided Walking Tour
A fantastic journey through Rome's splendor! After a short bus ride, your local guide will take you on a lovely stroll through Rome's ancient center to admire the Trevi Fountain, Marcus Aurelius' Column, the Montecitorio Palace, the Pantheon, Navona Square, Castel Sant'Angelo, and St. Peter's Square.
Have a nice short open bus ride around Rome
Walk in the historic center of Rome with your local guide
Visit Trevi fountain, Palazzo Madama, Piazza Navona, and other important attractions
Hop-on, hop-off bus one run, no stop
Earphones for groups with more than ten people
Food and drinks
Please note: a minimum of two people is required for this tour. Bulky luggage and backpacks are not allowed.
You'll take an open-top bus from the GLT terminal to Termini station and drive along Via Cavour, where you can see some of Rome's most famous historical buildings, like the Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica and the Colosseum, until you reach Piazza Venezia, where you'll get off and start a fantastic walking tour with your local guide.
Discover the secrets and stories behind some of Rome's most famous buildings. You will see the magnificent Trevi Fountain, Rome's largest and most famous fountain. Then you'll cross the famous Corso street and enter the city center, where you can see the Column of Marcus Aurelis, the Montecitorio Palace, which is home to the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Republic and the Italian Parliament, and the beautiful Piazza della Rotonda, which is dominated by the huge Pantheon..
Then you'll see the Palazzo Madama, where the Italian Senate is located, and the beautiful Piazza Navona, one of Rome's most famous large squares. It was built in the shape of an ancient stadium by the Pamphili family with the help of Pope Innocent X (Giovanni Battista Pamphili). After passing by Castel Sant'Angelo, the tour will end in St. Peter's Square, the center of the Catholic world, where you will enjoy the exterior of the Basilica (with a chance to get the papal blessing on Sundays).