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Pantheon & Rome City Small GroupTour

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4 hours

Tour Type

Walking Tour

Group Size

Max 15

Meeting Point

Client’s Hotel

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Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the enchanting city of Rome, where ancient wonders and architectural marvels eagerly await your exploration. Prepare to immerse yourselves in the vibrant atmosphere as we embark on a captivating journey through some of the most iconic sites this city has to offer.

As you stroll the streets, take a moment to marvel at the grandeur of the Baroque architecture that surrounds the magnificent Piazza Navona, and enjoy the lively ambiance that fills the air.

We’ll make our way to the majestic Victor Emmanuel Monument, a true masterpiece also known as the Altare della Patria or “Altar of the Fatherland.” This awe-inspiring structure stands as a tribute to the first king of unified Italy, offering panoramic views of Rome from its magnificent terrace.

And of course, no visit to Rome would be complete without a visit to the world-famous Trevi Fountain. Here, the gods of the sea and abundance come to life in a harmonious symphony of cascading water, creating an atmosphere that is truly magical. Remember to participate in the tradition of tossing a coin into the fountain, an act that ensures your return to this eternal city.

Not far from here lies the extraordinary Pantheon, a testament to the brilliance of ancient Roman engineering. Step inside and let the weight of history wash over you as you gaze in awe at the grandeur of the dome above, the oculus that bathes the interior in celestial light, and the breathtaking marble statues that grace the niches. It is here, within these hallowed walls, that countless generations have stood, bearing witness to the incredible achievements of humankind.

Whether you are a history enthusiast, an art lover, or simply seeking a remarkable experience, our tour promises to leave you with memories that will be etched in your hearts forever.

Pantheon & Rome City Small GroupTour
Pantheon & Rome City Small GroupTour

The Pantheon, an architectural masterpiece in Rome, is a testament to ancient Roman skill and ingenuity. Built by Emperor Hadrian between 120 and 125 AD, this remarkable structure features a colossal 43.3-meter concrete dome with a central oculus that illuminates the interior.


The Capitoline Hill, though the smallest of Rome's seven hills, holds great significance. It housed the Temple of Jupiter Optimus Maximus, the most important sanctuary in ancient Rome. Today, it is home to the Capitoline Museums, founded in 1471 and considered the oldest public museums globally.

 Perched atop the hill is the magnificent Piazza del Campidoglio, designed by Michelangelo in the 16th century.


Enter the bustling tapestry of Piazza Navona, an extraordinary public square that pulses with the rhythm of Roman life.

Three remarkable fountains grace its hallowed grounds, but none captivate the imagination quite like Bernini's Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers).


Rising majestically amidst the grandeur of Rome, the Victor Emmanuel Monument, known as the Altare della Patria or the Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II, stands as a resplendent tribute to the first king of a unified Italy. 

Crafted from luminous white marble, the monument's façade exudes a grandeur befitting a king. A sweeping grand staircase ascends towards the heavens, leading the eye towards a commanding statue of Victor Emmanuel II astride a noble steed.


The Trevi Fountain, a dazzling Baroque masterpiece, graces the streets of Rome, Italy. Designed by Nicola Salvi and adorned with sculptures by Pietro Bracci, it stands as the city's largest and most celebrated fountain. At its center, the majestic figure of Oceanus, the god of water, commands attention. The fountain's cascading waters create an enchanting ambiance.


The Forum of Julius Caesar emerges from the very fabric of ancient Rome, transforming a humble vegetable market into a sprawling testament to the ambitions of one of history's most celebrated figures. In the blink of an eye, this remarkable construction, completed within a single year, became a magnificent stage for Caesar's political theater, a potent tool of propaganda aimed at solidifying his popularity and prestige.


Piazza Venezia, a captivating square in the heart of Rome, bears witness to the intersection of power and history. In more recent times, this distinguished square became the stage for two significant residences, each leaving an indelible mark on the city's narrative.

First Napoleon's Residence, and in the 20th century, Mussolini, the charismatic leader of Fascist Italy.

Tour Highlights

  • Customised Historical Journey: Experience a personalised tour through Renaissance-Baroque & Ancient Rome, with a focus on your interests and the flexibility to linger at intriguing sites, enhanced by your guide's insights.
  • Exclusive Access to Iconic Sites: Visit key landmarks like the ancient Pantheon and Capitol Hill, with pre-booked tickets for a streamlined and enriching experience.
  • Cultural Highlights: End your tour with a visit to the Trevi Fountain for a traditional coin toss, followed by exploring the lively Piazza Navona, capturing the essence of Roman culture. Get tips on Roman food & Wine.

  • Customized tour tailored to your preferences.
  • Skip-the-line tickets for a hassle-free experience.
  • Engaging, well-groomed guides to enhance your tour.
  • The option for the guide to meet you at your hotel upon request.
  • Headsets available.
  • Transportation costs to and from the tour's meeting point.
  • Water or lunch during the tour
  • Tips or gratuity for the guide.

4 hours


Tour's Location

Where does the tour start and end?
  • The tour commences at the fountain on the right flank of the Victor Emanuel Monument or in your Hotel on request.

How many people can join this tour?

•The tour requires a minimum of 2 people to book the tour.

•The tour/activity is designed to accommodate a maximum of 15 people.

How do I get to the meeting point?

•The Brazilian Embassy in Piazza Navona happens to be the meeting point for the tour. 

•Numerous buses also stop near Piazza Navona.

•Alternatively, you can take a taxi or walk if you're staying nearby.

What should I wear?

•Comfortable shoes, such as sneakers with cushioned insoles, are highly recommended for walking.

•In the summer months, Rome can be hot and sunny, so lightweight, breathable clothes, a hat, and sunscreen are recommended.

•In the cooler months, dress in layers to accommodate fluctuating temperatures.

What should I bring?

•A water bottle to stay hydrated

•Sunscreen and a hat (in sunny weather)

•A light jacket or layers (in cooler months)

•A small backpack or bag to carry your belongings

•Your camera or smartphone for taking photos

•A valid ID or passport for identification purposes

•Cash or credit card for entrance fees, souvenirs, or food

Is the tour physically demanding?
  • This tour involves a fair amount of walking, some stairs, and uneven terrain. Visitors with mobility issues may find the tour challenging.

Be sure to have a meal or a snack before the tour, as it is quite lengthy.

We recommend you book one month in advance especially during peak season.

Know before you go

The sites may be closed or partially closed due to special events, maintenance, or restoration work, so it's a good idea to check with us in advance.

In case of heavy rain or extreme weather, the sites may close temporarily for safety reasons.

What is the cancellation policy?

•For a full refund, tours must be cancelled at least 96 hours prior to the scheduled start time.

•If a tour is cancelled between 72 and 24 hours before the tour, only the balance amount will be refunded, and the ticket fee will be retained.

•No refund will be issued for tours cancelled within 24 hours or less of the scheduled start time.

from €110,00

Please book the tour a month in advance