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  1. Italy
  2. Lazio
  3. Rome

Rome: Off-The-Beaten-Track Underground Tour

Product ID: 197656
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Enjoy a half-day exclusive walking tour through downtown Rome. Visit ancient, off-the-beaten-track venues and underground archaeological sites. See ruins, columns, historic frescoes, a 2000-year-old market, and the oldest bridge of Rome.
About this activity
Duration 2.3 hours
Skip the ticket line
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
Spanish, English, Portuguese

Pickup included

Pick-up at your Hotel, apartment or Bed and Breakfast inside the city center (within the Aurelian Walls).
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Visit the underground house of Santa Cecilia
  • Walk across the oldest bridge of Rome to Tiber Island
  • Visit a 2000-year-old Roman market
Full description
After being picked up from your hotel, start your tour at the Saint Nicholas church in Carcere, which was built over the ruins of a pagan temple. Then walk to the Portico d'Ottavia and Marcellus theatre ruins. Cross the oldest bridge of Rome, 2000 years old and still standing until you reach the Tiber Island.

Head to the underground house of Santa Cecilia. Marvel at the ancient mosaics, mysterious inscriptions, and an ornate crypt. Finally, visit the church of San Crisogono built over a huge underground house, where archaeologists found a large frescoed wall.
Includes
  • Entrance to venues
  • Professional guide
  • Pick-up and drop-off at your city center hotel
What’s Not Included
  • Gratuities

Prepare for the activity

Important information
What to bring
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Sunglasses
  • Camera
Know before you go
• The tour operates rain or shine
• Please wear comfortable shoes
• This tour is not suitable for people who are uncomfortable with underground spaces