Glory of Rome – Walking Tour for Couples
Embark on a romantic two-hour walking tour of Rome and immerse yourself in the city’s rich history and cultural heritage. Begin at the iconic Colosseum, the largest amphitheater ever built, and hear stories of gladiatorial battles and public spectacles that took place here. Admire the grand Arch of Constantine, built to commemorate the victory of Constantine over Maxentius, before admiring the Palatine Hill and the Farnese Gardens. Take a stroll through the awe-inspiring Imperial Fora, a series of monumental public squares, and marvel at Il Vittoriano, a massive white marble monument dedicated to King Victor Emmanuel II. Soak in the atmosphere of two of Rome’s most famous piazzas, Piazza Navona and Piazza di Trevi, before ending the tour at the stunning Palazzo del Quirinale, the official residence of the President of the Italian Republic.
- Professional local tour guide
Route & Duration
The Colosseum is a stunning, ancient amphitheater that was built in the 1st century AD and could seat over 50,000 spectators. It remains one of the most popular tourist destinations in Rome and a symbol of the city's rich history. (Visit from outside)
Arch of Constantine
The Arch of Constantine is a triumphal arch that was built in 315 AD to celebrate the victory of Constantine the Great over Maxentius. It is a magnificent example of Roman engineering and architectural skill, and stands near the Colosseum. (Visit from outside)
Palatine Hill is one of the seven hills of Rome and is believed to be the birthplace of the city. (Visit from outside)
The Farnese Gardens were created in the 16th century for Cardinal Alessandro Farnese and are considered one of the most beautiful Renaissance gardens in Rome. They offer a peaceful escape from the busy city and a glimpse into the luxurious lifestyle of the time. (Visit from outside)
The Imperial Fora are a series of monumental public squares in Rome that were built by the emperors of ancient Rome. They include the Roman Forum, the largest public square in ancient Rome, and the Foro di Traiano, built to commemorate the emperor Trajan.
Il Vittoriano, also known as the Altare della Patria, is a massive white marble monument in Rome that was built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It serves as a memorial to King Victor Emmanuel II and offers panoramic views over the city from its terrace. (Visit from outside)
Piazza Navona is a beautiful baroque square in Rome that is surrounded by three magnificent fountains and is a popular gathering place for locals and tourists alike. It is also home to many street performers and artists who add to its lively atmosphere.
Piazza di Trevi
Piazza di Trevi is a small, picturesque square in Rome that is best known for its beautiful fountain, the Fontana di Trevi. According to legend, throwing a coin into the fountain ensures a return trip to Rome, making it a popular spot for tourists.
Palazzo del Quirinale (from outside)
The Palazzo del Quirinale is a grand palace in Rome that has served as the official residence of the President of the Italian Republic since 1948. It is a magnificent example of Italian baroque architecture and is surrounded by beautiful gardens that are open to the public.
In front of the Colosseum
(Piazza del Colosseo, 1, 00184 Roma RM, Italy)
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.