Piazza Navona Ponte St. Angelo, Pantheon, Piazza di Pireta, Via del Corso, Via della Croce, Piazza di Spagna, Trevi Fountain, Via Giubanari, Campo dei Fiori.
Summary short recap of Rome: arrival, walk to Pantheon, Campo dei Fiori, SM Sopra Minerva, St Ignazio, Diocletian Baths, llttle alleys, dinner outdoors, depart.
Piazza di Spagna Via Condoti, Via del Corso, Giolitti for some of the best gelato; walking small lanes at night is totally safe and wonderful - shops and restaurants.
morning walkwe visit Campo dei Fiori, little lanes, Chiesa Nuova, Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps.
Trastevere a stroll across the Tiber in the early evening brings you to one of Rome’s favorite spots--quiet cobbled lanes lined with restaurants, Piazza Santa Maria.
Highlights Rome street markets, Ghetto, Teatro Marcello, Roman Forum, Colosseum, Trajans Market, Chiesa Nuova, Ponte St Angelo, V.d. Coronari, evening walk in lanes.
Capitoline il Gesu, Ghetto, Portico of Octavia; Capitoline Hill, statue of Marcus Aurelius, Capitoline Museum; Roman Forum; Colosseum.
St Peters 1 tour inside the basilica: a noble space with 500 statues, 45 altars, crypts, Michelangelo’s dome, Pieta, Bernini’s Baladacchino, angels galore.
St Peters 2 continuing our tour of the basilica and piazza. St. Peters is the most spectacular room ever built! You could easily spend an hour discovering the details.
Pantheon detailed look. This perfect structure is still standing with its great dome intact after 1900 years - largest dome in the world until this century.
Rome Campo dei Fiori at dawn, breakfast at Tiziano, Vatican Museum, St Peter’s Basilica, S Andrea della Valle, lunch at Ditirambo.
Piazzas upon arrival head right to Campo dei Fiori; pasta lunch, walk with local guide Judy Reeves to Piazza Navona, into San Luigi dei Francesci,il Gesu, SM Minerva and more Rome travel.
Rome Piazza Navona, Pantheon, the outdoor living room of Rome, Italy.
Rome lunch at Passetto, Largo Argentina, Palazzo Altemps, Tiziano Hotel, Piazza Navona, SC ai Catinari, Campo dei Fiori, Ponte St Angelo, Chiesa Nuova, Ristorante Costanza.
Piazza NavonaConsidered one of the most beautiful and lively outdoor spaces in the world, you will probably return here several times, for it is centrally located and interesting at all hours.
small lanes Sant Andrea della Valle, is elaborately decorated in the Baroque style. Nearby, Via Giubbonari, is one of the most charming streets in Rome, still lined with shops selling clothing as it has for centuries.
Various Santa Maria Sopra Minerva, Trevi Fountain, Campo dei Fiori, Ponte St Angelo, Via dei Coronari, Piazza Navona, outdoor lunch. Rome, Europe's most historic city.
Navona lunch at Teatro di Pompeo, Piazza Navona, with its St. Agnese Church by Borromini, and Fountain of Four Rivers.
to Spagna Piazza Navona, Fountain of Four Rivers, Pantheon, SM Minerva, St Ignazio, Trevi Fountain, Piazza di Spagna, Giolitti, SM Madalena.
Rome walking the historic streets, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Corso, dinner at Ristorante 34, Santa Maria Maggiore.
Variety walk to Spagna, consider various restaurants, morning walk, SM della Minerva, Largo Argentina, Fountain of the Turtles, Campo dei Fiori.
evening Rome at night is a perfect place for walking in the little pedestrian lanes, or sitting at an outdoor restaurant enjoying the great food and views.
Hotel Santa Chiara Located in the heart of historic Rome, this affordable 3-star hotel is an excellent place to stay. Located one block from the Pantheon and a few minutes walk from Piazza Navona and Trevi Fountain.
St. Ignazio, with its illusionistic ceiling mural painted during the 17th century; Trevi Fountain, St. Andrea delle Fratte, with two angels by Bernini.
Historic center walking tour: S.M. Madalena, S. Ignazio, Corso, Trevi Fountain, S. Andrea della Fratte, alla Rampa Restaurant, Spagna, Re Degli Amicci.
Intro arrival, Trevi Fountain, St Ignazio, walk lanes to Pantheon, Piazza della Rotunda, Giolitti for gelato, Spagna, metro.
Walking Giolitti, Pantheon, St Ignazio, S Carlo ai Catinari, Campo dei Fiori, Chiesa Nuova, Ponte St Angelo.
Arrive walk, lunch, Trevi, dinner, and Sant Andrea Della Valle, with the second highest dome in the city, after St. Peter's.
Guided walkCancelleria, walking on via Pellegrino with our local guide, having a look into a quaint residential courtyard
historic center Visiting a typical Roman neighborhood along Via della Scrofa,Via di Pallacorda, and walking on Via di Campo Marzio provides a glimpse of authentic life in the busy streets.
Via Giulia Ponte St. Angelo, Via dei Coronari: a delightful series of narrow pedestrian lanes for wandering through, another charming slice of Roman life.
night & morning Piazza delle Coppelle, night lanes, Piazza Navona, Chiesa Nuova, Ponte Sant’ Angelo, SM della Pace, v.d. Corso, Piazza di Spagna, v.d. Giubbonari.
morning walk talk in hotel, walk to il Gesu, Largo Argentina, Campo dei Fiori, walk narrow lanes to Chiesa Nuova, Ponte St Angelo, Via dei Coronari, SM della Pace, Piazza Navona.
Rome walking tour, Piazza Farnese, Via Giulia, narrow lanes, Chiesa Nuova, via dei Coronari, Piazza Navona, gelato at Giolitti.
museums walking tour on Corso to Pantheon, Via Giubanarri, narrow lanes, Galleria Doria Pamphili, restaurants, Capitoline Museum detailed visit.
Piazza Farnese Palazzo Farnese is a most impressive palace, home of the French Embassy now, but with a grand history dating back to the Renaissance, partly designed by Michelangelo. We continue along Via Giulia
Great Food Da Luigi restaurant, a fine local establishment in business for many years. Enter the kitchen and see how professionals make pasta.
Rome, Giolitti, Pantheon, St Paul, St Peter’s, Vatican, Via Giubanarri, Campo dei Fiori, Ponte St Angelo, Ca d’Oro granita, Via del Corso, Spagna.
Arrival Campo dei Fiori outdoor veggie market; walk in the little lanes to Piazza Navona, Colosseum, Santa Maria Sopra Minerva; comments.
Campo dei Fiori outdoor produce market; Vatican Museum, with thousands of artistic treasures, Sistine Chapel; St. Peter's Basilica.
Campo dei Fiori detailed visit. This veggie market in the heart of town is always wonderful to see, as we show here with yet another look at this favorite Roman site.
Rome 2010 Campo dei Fiori, talk with regular vendor Sonia Proietta, then walk on Via Giubbonari to the Ghetto, Teatro Marcello, Capitoline Hill.
Campo dei Fiori Rome's best outdoor fruit and vegetable market, teeming with friendly people, tasty fruits, vibrant colors, animated conversations.
Dawn Campo dei Fiori sunrise. This lively piazza is one of the major focal points of the city, just three blocks south of Piazza Navona.
Repubblica Piazza della Repubblica, Baths of Diocletian, SM della Vittoria, S Carlo ai Quatro Fontane, Bernini’s St. Andrea, Rome, and tour the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel.
Corso via del Corso, metro from Spagna, S. Pietro in Vincoli, Michelangelo’s Moses, Basilica di S. Clemente, Temple of Mithras, Spagna shopping streets, in Rome.
Forum Lunch at Campo dei Fiori, visit to the Pantheon, Roman Forum and Colloseum, and more.