Discover the monuments that made Rome famous on this Fellini-inspired tour.
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Why Choose it?
Fall in love with the city bathed in the romantic light of sunset.
Visit iconic Roman landmarks at dusk in a small group and with fewer crowds.
Experience life as a Roman while enjoying an indulgent aperitivo.
The Eternal City glows with romantic beauty in the evening. Rome is at her best when dusk creeps over her cobblestones, the crowds slowly trickle away, and locals participate in the age-old tradition of the evening stroll (lapasseggiata). Rome is simply stunning in the evening. That's why we've chosen this time to set off on our La Dolce Vita stroll.
If you're looking for a magical romantic atmosphere in the Eternal City, our La Dolce Vita stroll is perfect for you. Your expert, fluent guide will walk you and a maximum of eight other people on an evening tour through the heart of the city center. You'll be exploring Rome's famous fountains, historic piazzas, and majestic monuments, starting at the iconic Spanish Steps.
After admiring the Spanish Steps, we walk the short distance to the Trevi Fountain.
Arguably the world's most famous fountain, the Trevi Fountain is a Baroque masterpiece tucked away in Rome's historic center. Anita Ekberg and Marcello Mastroianni immortalized it while starring in Fellini's "La Dolce Vita". We won't be recreate that particular moment though: the Roman authorities don't take too kindly to it! But there's no better time to toss your coin into the Trevi Fountain - a gesture that guarantees you'll return to Rome.
We then journey to the majestic Pantheon.
The Pantheon's tall, secular trunks of granite acquire an air of magnificence at night. Admire this perfectly preserved Roman temple, which has survived only because a later emperor had it converted into a church. From here, we'll walk a few minutes until we reach Piazza Navona. This masterpiece of Italian renaissance comes alive in the evening, its streaming fountains providing an aquatic, atmospheric soundtrack to the ancient churches and palaces behind it.
A short stroll from Piazza Navona takes us to the end of our tour at Campo de' Fiori.
Campo de' Fiori - or the "Square of Flowers" as its name translates - is one of Rome's most atmospheric piazzas. While a farmers' market by day, this square becomes a trendy meeting point at night. Rome's young and beautiful congregate to enjoy the various bars sprawling out from its medieval buildings. From here, if you want, we can suggest a place for you to enjoy a traditional aperitivo. And if you'd like to take this same tour but in the privacy of your own group, our La Dolce Vita stroll is also available as a private walking tour of Rome.