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Rome: E-Bicycle Tour

1. Rome: E-Bicycle Tour

Ride through the city of Rome to discover the many highlights and famous landmarks including the Colosseum, Trevi, Navona, Vatican Square, and many hidden spots that are waiting to be explored. Be welcomed by your guide who will give you recommendations for a safe tour and will describe the itinerary. Visit the most important squares: Piazza Navona, Piazza del Popolo, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza di San Pietro, in front of the most important Fountains: on the Spanish Steps, Trevi, and Four Rivers. Stop in front of the amazing monuments such as the Colosseum, Pantheon, the ruins of Circus Maximus, and the Keyhole of Rome with the panoramic terrace of a beautiful garden on top of the Aventine hill. The tour will end at the same place as the meeting point.

Rome: Traditional Food Tour and Wine Tasting

2. Rome: Traditional Food Tour and Wine Tasting

Eat your way through the "Eternal City" on a guided walking tour of Rome. Feel the lively atmosphere as you make your way from Campo de’ Fiori to the Trastevere with plenty of wine and street food. Meet your guide at the perfect spot for a tour focused on food and wine, and sample a selection of artisanal salamis from Italy, paired with your first taste of the country’s fine wines. Stroll through the city center as your guide divulges its strange and wonderful history. Then, nourish yourself with some local cheese at an historic shop that sells cheeses of various Italian origins. Sample another glass of carefully selected wine and try the authentic Roman specialty of baccalà fritto (fried salted cod). Continue with a tasting of 2 other typically Roman foods: pizza "by the slice" and supplì (rice balls). Visit eateries that specialize in the production of these scrumptious treats to experience new taste sensations and unforgettable aromas. Digest all your delicious food samples on a stroll to supper in one of the coziest restaurants in the Trastevere district. Known for the quality of its food, this quarter is considered to have the best restaurants in Rome. Enjoy an exquisite Roman antipasto and 2 first courses, accompanied by 2 different Italian wines of protected production and origin. Finally, try some locally made Italian ice cream in flavors typical of a famous gelateria to complete your immersive journey into Italian cuisine.    

Rome: Espresso, Gelato and Tiramisù Tasting Tour

3. Rome: Espresso, Gelato and Tiramisù Tasting Tour

Enjoy a mid-morning walking tour of Rome and experience the city through its legendary coffee and gelato culture. Traveling in small groups of no more than 15 people, stroll through the center of Rome and discover the best places to enjoy tiny cups of espresso, scrumptious slices of tiramisu, and scoops of the most flavorsome ice-creams in town. Discover the secrets of artisanal Italian gelato, and learn how to distinguish a good one from a bad one. Stop at famous coffee shops and gelaterias, such as Sant’Eustachio, Tazza d’Oro, Caffè Greco, and Pompi. Commentary will be provided by an expert foodie guide and includes details of any food events taking place at the time of your visit. Get an introduction to selected specialties in artisan shops and learn how to order a coffee in Italy so that you can continue your coffee addiction alone. Visit popular and elegant coffee shops, learning about coffee from the bean to the roasting process. Visit an amazing gelato store and taste gourmet creations by a famous gelato chef. Indulge your senses while learning all the secrets to make and distinguish a top gelato from the others.

Rome: 3-Hour Jewish Ghetto & Trastevere Walking Tour

4. Rome: 3-Hour Jewish Ghetto & Trastevere Walking Tour

Explore a lesser known side to Rome on a 3-hour walking tour of the Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere neighborhood, starting at the Portico D’ Ottavia in the Ghetto. Continue to the Medieval Synagogue, crossing Tiber Island, strolling through the ancient Ponte Fabricio. Explore Trastevere, considered the most authentically Roman city district, where this neighborhood has maintained its characteristic rhythm and style. End at Santa Maria in Trastevere Square to admire the inside and outside of the beautiful Medieval church. Your guide will share their enthusiasm for these hidden parts of the city throughout, entertaining you with legends and the secrets of the cafés, synagogues and churches. Broaden your knowledge and experience of Rome, and discover areas that most tourists don't visit.

Rome: 3-Hour Guided Food Tour with Tastings

5. Rome: 3-Hour Guided Food Tour with Tastings

Take the opportunity to enjoy some of the finest Italian food in this world-famous city. Try freshly prepared pizzas, taste homemade pasta and Supplí (risotto balls), sample the finest cheese and wine, and drink the best coffee in town. To top it off, complete your day with an artisanal gelato and a delicious Secret Dish to try. This tour takes you into the heart of Rome to historical monuments, picturesque markets, beautiful restaurants, and secret places off the tourist trail.

Rome: Highlights City Walking Tour

6. Rome: Highlights City Walking Tour

Admire Rome's most popular monuments and bustling piazzas on a 3-hour guided walk. Experience 2,000 years of history come to life in the historic center! Meet your personal guide at your hotel and head out together on this fantastic journey. Explore the Pantheon, the temple dedicated to all divinities. This magnificent building is considered the most well-preserved ancient temple in the world. Michelangelo was so impressed with the architecture of the Pantheon that he when he saw it for the first time, he proclaimed it of angelic, rather than human, design. Take a walk through bustling Piazza Navona, perhaps the most beautiful square in Rome, home to 3 magnificent fountains, including the famous Fountain of the 4 Rivers by Bernini. Piazza Navona is also one of the liveliest squares of Rome, and boasts a number of quaint outdoor restaurants and cafés. According to historical records, the piazza was transformed into a naumachia, where sea battles took place in the 7th and 8th centuries, and it is also said that chariot races once took place here as well. Learn about Roman politics and the city’s Talking Statues. These 5 famous statues were once used by citizens to anonymously protest the pope or the Roman government and leak out secrets of corruption not meant for public ears.  Toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain, the largest and best-known fountain in Rome, to ensure that you will return to Rome one day. Learn the secrets that the fountain holds. Visit the Spanish Steps, and take in the magnificent views of Rome from the top of the steps. At the base of the steps you’ll find Via Condotti, the 5th Avenue of Rome, where all the world's top designers have set up shop. You’ll also have a chance to get plenty of tips from your local guide on where to shop, where to eat, and ideas of what to do on your own time. 

From Rome: A Sweet Walking Tour in Florence

7. From Rome: A Sweet Walking Tour in Florence

Escape from Rome for a day on a guided trip to Florence, the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance. Your itinerary is loaded with architectural gems and gourmet food tastings, as well as free time to explore at your own pace. Going with a guide eliminates the hassle of planning and navigating on your own and ensures you leave with a new perspective on the city’s rich history and culture. Enjoy a cultural and gastronomic journey strolling along the beautiful city of Florence, which is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance. The Historic Center of Florence was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and contains numerous museums and art galleries, such as the Uffizi Gallery and the Palazzo Pitti. You will be guided to the most amazing Reinassance monuments and buildings such as Santa Maria Novella, Palazzo della Signoria, Piazza della Repubblica and Piazza della Signoria where you can admire the famous replica of Michelangelo’s David. After this tour in the center, your guide will bring you to visit a gourmet market and you will have a tasting of typical cheeses, oils and balsamic vinegar. Your visit in Florence includes a lunch composed of traditional dishes and recipes. After your lunch you will spend some free time in the city visiting markets, shops and grocery stalls. The last stops will be the visits to a traditional chocolate bakery and one of the most famous Gelaterias of the city.

Rome: Christmas Magic Walking Tour

8. Rome: Christmas Magic Walking Tour

Get into the holiday spirit on this guided walking tour in the charming city of Rome. Together with a professional local guide, visit the most decorated places and hear local Christmas stories and legends. This special time of year brings magic to Rome. Visit the old-fashioned Christmas market in the city, discover must-try local Christmas products, and more. Prepare to be spellbound by the charming Christmas atmosphere all around, something you can only experience in the city this time of year.

Rome: Historic Center City Highlights Group Walking Tour

9. Rome: Historic Center City Highlights Group Walking Tour

This is the perfect Rome tour for the first day of your visit, to help you orientate yourself with the city and get a nice introduction with many great photo opportunities! Also, if you have been to Rome before, you may find that this tour, with quirky details and fun facts known only to locals, may just open your eyes to another side of Rome! You'll learn the stories behind some of the most important monuments in Rome, how they have evolved with the city and the purpose they serve today. You will see how ancient, medieval and modern all mix together to create a delightfully unique atmosphere in what is, after all, the “Eternal City”! Your guide will take you to the famous Piazza di Spagna and Bernini’s Barcaccia Fountain. Continue your walk to the stunning Trevi Fountain, which is the largest baroque fountain in Rome. Legend has it that if you toss a coin over your left shoulder into the Fountain you’ll return to Rome one day. Next, you'll walk to the Piazza della Rotonda and enter the historic Pantheon. Built in 27 B.C. the Pantheon was dedicated to all the Roman gods. In the 7th century, it was converted to a church dedicated to Mary and the martyrs. Here, we take a break to allow you to sample some authentic Roman gelato. If ice-cream is not your thing, no worries, have a coffee and watch the world go by for a few minutes!  Next stop is Largo di Torre Argentina, a fascinating archaeological site in a vibrant part of the city. The ruins have for a long time also offered a home to Rome’s stray cats, and the Cat Sanctuary was eventually installed here.  Next we walk up the steps to admire the views from Campidoglio, the piazza designed by Michelangelo in a trapezoidal form, to solve an architectural challenge which nobody could previously overcome. This famous piazza has several secrets to reveal, which you will hear about on the tour. Your guide will next take you through the Jewish Ghetto, where you will see the Portico d’Ottavia, the Synagogue and the remains of the Teatro Marcello.  We continue our evening walk to Campo de’ Fiori, a site that at one time was noted for exciting races and public executions. In the centre of the square you’ll see the statue of philosopher and cosmological theorist Giordano Bruno. At Piazza Navona, your guide will take you to admire Bernini’s magnificent Four Rivers Fountain in the centre of this iconic piazza, which you will note takes an unusual shape – for good reason! This piazza was built atop an ancient Roman circus. This makes it the iconic symbol of Rome today, perfectly highlighting how the modern city embraces and incorporates its ancient, medieval, Renaissance and Baroque histories, into a beautiful blend that cannot be rivalled.  This is the perfect Rome Tour for the first day of your visit, to orientate yourself with the city and get a nice introduction with many great photo opportunities, and leaves you in the best part of the city to enjoy the famous Roman relaxing summer nights!

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What people are saying about Centro Storico

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 532 reviews

Beyond incredible experience. I was extremely nervous starting off as I’m not a cyclist and I’ve never cycled an electric bike previously but our guide was incredibly patient and kind. It’s by far my highlight of Rome as I never thought I’d actually be able to do it. We traveled everywhere and stopped regularly to ensure I wasn’t tired. Just book this trip as you’ll see a side to Rome that few people see. Absolutely brilliant

Catia was an amazing host and the food was delicious. Our group had a lot of fun and enjoyed the different places! We were definitely spoiled with good wine and cheese and pasta! You will not be hungry after this tour, the portions were more then generous. I would definitely recommend this to anyone visiting Rome

Our guide Catia was very nice and knowledgeable. The food, wine and dessert were fantastic. Catia also told us about buildings and their history during our tour. Can highly recommend this tour. Henrik & Carina Sweden

Catia was an amazing tour guide and made the trip fun, kept us moving along but we weren’t rushed at all. I highly recommend this tour. The food and wine were outstanding!

Andrea gave us a great guided tour of illuminated Rome and gave us interesting facts.