At night, Romans are out in numbers. In Italian, it is known as a passeggiata – an evening stroll. Why? Because at night, a new Rome comes to light. Once the museums are closed and the crowds thin, Rome relaxes. The impressive monuments by day, take on a new persona at night, bouncing light into the ancient streets. Peppered with commentary from our guide, you will discover a whole new side to Rome and Romans.  

 

It is nothing short of magical. And if you’re not already convinced, there is complimentary wine included…

 

We visit together:

Piazza Barberini, Fontana del Tritone, The Fountain of Three Bees, The Trevi Fountain, Santa Maria della Minerva (Elefantino), Piazza Sant’ Eustacchio (Cupola Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza), Piazza Navona, Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi, Sant’Agnese in Agone, Montecitorio, Column of Marcus Aurelius, Via Condotti, The Spanish Steps, Trinità dei Monti


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