Category: Walking Tours

A Walk along the Appian Way

Traced by Appius Claudius from Rome to Capua in 312 BC it was the symbol of the expansion towards the more civilized Greek colonies of Southern Italy. Chosen by men and illustrious families to erect their monumental tombs, many of which unfortunately looted and destroyed in the following …

Rome off the beaten track

Piazza Farnese, The Turtle Fountain, Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Argentina archaeological area, Pantheon, St. Ignacio’s Church, Venice square, Michelangelo’s Capitol  square, Trevi Fountain, The Quirinal Palace, Spanish Steps and the surrounding famous shopping streets  This will be a walking tour, crossing the main squares, fountains and/or archaeological sites in the …

Trastevere & the Jewish Ghetto

This tour crosses one of the oldest and still untouched neighborhoods where we can enjoy the true flavors of Rome.  In ancient times the area across the Tiber river was inhabited by the “non roman”: Etruscan, Greek, Egyptian and Jewish merchants, so as the earliest Christian community , …

An archaeological walk

A trip above ground and underground to discover both the famous and the unknown.