Enchanting Walk through Rome at Dusk

Embark on a captivating walk through Rome with our expert guide. Explore iconic landmarks like Piazza Venezia, the Pantheon, and more, illuminated by the enchanting evening and nighttime glow.

74.57 lei

Evening City Highlights

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  • Local Guide, And Tour
  • Food & Drink

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Duration 2 hours: Check availability to see starting times.

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Rome: City Highlights Guided Walking Tour at Dusk or Night

Join your guide on an enchanting stroll through Rome. Visit some of the major sights including the Piazza Venezia, the Pantheon, and more. See the city's monuments in the evening or nighttime light.

About this activity

Depending on the tour you choose, meet your guide at Trajan's Column or Piazza Navona. Throughout the tour your guide will tell you all about the history of the neighborhoods you stroll through, passing by highlights like the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain. Learn about the historical significance of various famous squares, and how some relate to the unification of Italy and some of its more recent history. Pass by Rome's smallest church, a church with a hidden painted illusion and stories and scandals of some of Rome's recent politicians, and continue on to see more highlights of this ancient city.


Local Guide, And Tour

Food & Drink

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Meeting point may vary depending on the option booked.

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What to bring: Comfortable shoes, Comfortable clothes

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Customer reviews

Overall rating: 4.7 /5 based on 130 reviews

Review summary

Guide: 4.9/5

Value for money: 4.8/5

Historical Significance of Rome's Squares, Stories, and Scandals of Rome's Recent Politicians

Rome, often referred to as the "Eternal City," is a place steeped in history, culture, and politics. Its squares, known as piazzas, have served as gathering places for centuries, witnessing the rise and fall of empires, the birth of art and architecture, and the comings and goings of politicians.

The Piazzas of Rome:

Rome's piazzas are more than just open spaces; they are the heart of the city's social and cultural life. From the iconic Piazza Navona with its stunning Baroque fountains to the grandeur of Piazza del Popolo, each square tells a story of its own.

Piazza di Spagna, known for the Spanish Steps, has been a magnet for artists, writers, and tourists for centuries. Its steps have been immortalized in countless films and novels, making it a symbol of Rome's artistic heritage.

The Stories They Hold:

These squares are not merely cobblestone courtyards; they are living museums. They have witnessed historical events that shaped the course of Western civilization. From chariot races in the Circus Maximus to the public speeches in the Roman Forum, these squares echo with the voices of emperors, philosophers, and citizens.

The Colosseum, adjacent to the Roman Forum, stands as a testament to Rome's grandeur and its dark history of gladiatorial combat. It is a poignant reminder of the power dynamics that shaped the ancient world.

Scandals of Rome's Recent Politicians:

While Rome's history is replete with tales of emperors and senators, it is not without its share of modern intrigue. Recent politicians have grappled with issues of corruption, scandal, and political maneuvering.

The "Bunga Bunga" scandal involving former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi garnered international attention, revealing a side of Italian politics that shocked many. This episode, centered around lavish parties and allegations of impropriety, left an indelible mark on Italy's political landscape.


Q: Are the piazzas still relevant in modern Rome?

A: Absolutely. The piazzas continue to be vibrant hubs of activity, hosting cultural events, markets, and political gatherings.

Q: How can I explore these historical sites?

A: It's best to embark on a guided tour to fully appreciate the historical significance and stories behind these squares. Many reputable tour operators offer in-depth experiences.

Q: Is Rome's political scene still marred by scandal?

A: While efforts have been made to combat corruption, Italy's political landscape is not without its challenges. Transparency and accountability remain ongoing concerns.

In conclusion, Rome's squares bear witness to a tapestry of history, from the glory days of the Roman Empire to the complexities of modern politics. Exploring these sites is a journey through time, offering a deeper understanding of the forces that have shaped this remarkable city.

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130 reviews

Unfortunately, the app displayed the incorrect meeting point, which resulted in us being unable to attend the tour. This makes it 2 out of 3 tours booked this weekend via GYG that fell through at short notice. The third one involves bus tickets, which I believe will work out fine...

traveler – Germany

It was decent. There were some interesting facts about famous tourist sites and buildings. If you enjoy walking tours, you'll likely love it. It was a bit tiring on a hot day, and we didn't manage to enter the Pantheon because it had already closed by the time we arrived. Overall, not a bad experience.

traveler – Canada

The tour was quite basic. I was expecting more detailed information about the history of Rome.

traveler – Netherlands

Our guide, Gabi, was delightful! She took us around the city and provided us with all the insights. We also became friends with the rest of the group and had dinner together after the tour! Considering the price, I believe it was worth it :)

traveler – Switzerland

This was a fantastic tour that covered some beautiful key areas, along with historical background information. Delilah, our guide, was knowledgeable, lively, and shared excellent tips and insights for visiting Rome. It's a great value for the price, and I definitely recommend it for getting acquainted with the city.

traveler – Australia