Discover Rome from another point of view taking the tram number 3 from Piazzale Ostiense (where we can admire an enormous pyramid!), taking shelter from the cold or hot weather but escaping from the open buses! I will guide you through the most beautiful parts of the eternal city, from the most ancient ones until the more modern districts that most tourists do not even know exist.
On this tour you will see different parts and periods of the eternal city, from the antiquity to the modernity, from the imperial age to the fascist period, and you can notice also the difference between the city centre, impressive but also caothic, and the calm, peaceful park that you can discover on your own at the end of the tour.
In this tour you only have to sit down and relax, enjoying the city from a very original point of view: from Piazzale Ostiense we can admire part of the Aurelian Walls and one of its gates, then the tram will pass from the Aventine and Celium hills (and you can see also the Circus Maximus and the Palatine hill), then we're going to see the Colosseum, San Giovanni in Laterano, Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, San Lorenzo – the only district in Rome that suffered the air raid during the Second World War, with its historical, monumental cemetery and the first university of Rome- and Viale Regina Margherita, inaugurated in the 1930s at the presence of Benito Mussolini. Finally we'll reach the biopark, the zoological garden inside the beautiful Villa Borghese, and the Modern Art Gallery.
Guided tour with a Rome native with educational background in tourism.
If you have younger children prices will be lower or free. Please message me for details.
My name is Esther, I'm from Rome and I'm a tour leader. As a Roman I like to offer new, original experiences to people interested in discover the hidden Rome behind the most famous places of the eternal city. I can be your real, human contact in Rome and I can also organize your transfer from the airport and give you other options about things to do in Rome and in the surrounding area and suggestions about restaurants and accomodation. I've studied Art at the University and I'm studying foreign languages for my job to work with people proceeding by different countries. At the moment I work in Spanish, English and Portuguese language, and of course in Italian, my mother tongue. I hope to see you soon in my city! Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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