Welcome to Rome

Twilight City Stroll with Gelato



2 hrs 30 mins

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Every day

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Know your way around Rome from day one. Our Rome walking tour takes you to the most important sights of the city, helping you to get oriented and giving you tips on where to eat, what to do and how to get the best from your visit.


We’ll visit the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon and Piazza Navona – among countless other secret sites you’d never have noticed on your own. Covering the length of the historic center, you’ll be able to navigate like a local after your tour.


With small groups of only 12 people or fewer and friendly, entertaining tour guides, your experience will be more like an afternoon with friends than a traditional tour. So you can relax and enjoy the Eternal City in all its glory.

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What's included?

Expert tour guide; Insider tips and tricks; free homemade gelato

Why Choose this Tour?

You probably already know that Rome is a fantastic, beautiful, and multi-layered city. But, like any major city, it can also seem a little chaotic and confusing. Particularly at first, and especially if you’re jet-lagged.

Stopping to talk on our Rome Walking Tour

A warm welcome and a cold gelato – the perfect start.

Make sure you start your trip on the right foot (literally) with our Rome walking tour. Enjoy a warm welcome and a free, refreshing gelato; get oriented; have all of your questions answered (including recommendations on where to eat and what to do); and get your first glimpse into the many layers of Rome, from ancient ruins to monumental religious buildings and Renaissance masterpieces.

See all the most famous sights of Rome – in 2.5 hours!

Hello, postcard shots! See the picturesque side of Rome from the very start at the Spanish Steps. Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck fans will recognize this as the spot where they bumped into each other in ‘A Roman Holiday’ – only the first in a number of eerily familiar sites you’ll visit throughout the tour.

The Trevi Fountain on our Rome Walking Tours

The Trevi Fountain is another, although “fountain” hardly covers it. This colossal work is the pride of Rome, which explains why its citizens were so adamant that the architect must be a Roman. We’ll pause here to toss in a coin (or three depending on your intentions – do you want to return to Rome or find your soulmate?) before enjoying a traditional Roman gelato.

The Area Sacra is a site often ignored by visitors, although you’ll never make that mistake after hearing the bloody tale of how Caesar was killed here in 44 B.C. Then it’s on to perhaps our favorite site in all of Rome – the Pantheon. A chill-inducing sight, this building is 1,900 years old and still a marvel of engineering. Visiting in the evening, we’ll find it so much more peaceful than usual, so your guide will have space to unlock its incredible secrets – including how Raphael really came to be interred here.

We’ll finish up at the stunning Piazza Navona, a testament to Rome’s status as an outdoor museum. Here you’ll find Bernini’s ‘Fountain of Four Rivers’, one of the most beautiful sculptures in all of Rome. Chat with your guide about why the Nile is pulling a hood over his head, where that obelisk came from, and why the piazza has such a strange shape. The fountain was Bernini’s way of making amends with a pope he angered – a fantastic story that your guide will be happy to tell you.

Expert tour guides on our Rome Walking Tour

Small groups of 12 or fewer keep it casual.

Traveling in small groups of only 12 people or fewer, your twilight stroll will be relaxed and intimate, your guide easy to hear and talk to. A good thing too, since our guides are some of the best in the business, hand-picked for their knowledge and enthusiasm. During your tour they’ll forget about dates and figures, focusing instead on the stories and anecdotes behind the sites you visit – because we know that its these funny (and often shocking) tales that make Rome so special, bringing monuments and fountains to life.

Throughout your Rome walking tour, you’ll get all of your questions answered, from where to get a great pizza to whether you should tip your cab driver. It’s your chance to mine an insider for knowledge!

Before you travel, please read our important notes about possible disruptions & site entrance requirements here.

Meeting Point: Meets at the top of the Spanish Steps. Ends in Piazza Navona. Full details provided upon booking.

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Prices for the Whole Family

Our tours aren't one-size-fits all and neither are our prices, which is why infants under 3 travel free and we have special pricing for children, students and seniors - just remember to bring ID on the day of your tour.

Adult: €29
Senior: €24
Child: €14
Student: €24

Private Tour Option Available

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5-star tours, as voted by TripAdvisor users

"This 2 1/2 hour tour was a great way to begin our brief stay officially in Rome. Joseph, a former Vatican employee and fluent in several languages, was an extremely knowledgeable and personable guide. With only 4 people in our group, Joseph was able to grant our every whim and answer all of our questions. The visit to the gelato shop was another highlight. There were over 100 flavors offered. This tour proved to be very informative, fun and the price was quite reasonable. I thank Joseph and Walks of Italy for a great experience and HIGHLY recommend this tour. Walks of Italy is a class organization."

Greg Karb
Walks of Italy won the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2011, 2012 & 2013 - and we're on track to win in 2014!

Customer Reviews

"Good introductory tour to Rome. Informative guide lots of great sights. Would recommend your company to friends."
Clare B.
"We loved the concept of the Twilight Tour with Amy. We arrived in Rome from the States on the day of the tour. It was great to walk around Rome that night. It was a good way to help the jet lag and was a very informative introduction to the sights of Rome."
Patrick S.

Before you travel, please read our important notes about possible disruptions & site entrance requirements here.

Meeting Point: Meets at the top of the Spanish Steps. Ends in Piazza Navona. Full details provided upon booking.

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