Rome audio tour: Spanish Steps to Piazza Navona

Spanish Steps to Piazza Navona

Walking Tour

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40 mins
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1.3mi

About the Tour

We'll start our tour in the beautiful Piazza di Spagna. We'll stop to throw coins in the Trevi fountain and look through the oculus of the magnificent Pantheon. Along the way you'll learn how to order a coffee and clues for finding the best gelato shops. We'll end at the famous Piazza Navona admiring one of Bernini's masterpieces.

Tour Producer

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Stephanie Bull

I'm an American who started to live part time in Rome in 2013. I love sharing the beautiful sites and teaching people about this great city's marvelous history. My favorite things to do in Rome including driving my motorino on a warm summer night to see the city lights and enjoying gelato with friends in a piazza.

Major Landmarks

  • Spanish Steps Rome

  • Trevi Fountain

  • Pantheon Rome

  • Piazza Navona

Directions to Starting Point

We'll start at the bottom of the Spanish Steps. You can reach this area by taxi or it is immediately outside of metro line A's Spagna stop.

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Tips

Places to stop along the way

Babington's Tea Room, Keats-Shelly Memorial House

Best time of day

You can enjoy this tour at anytime of day at any season. However I would recommend earlier in the morning or later in the evening to avoid the crowds. Please note the Pantheon's hours are 8:30am-7:30pm Mondays-Saturdays and closes at 6pm on Sundays. Religious holidays may close it earlier and it is also closed to the public during masses at 5pm on Saturdays and 10:30am on Sundays.

Precautions

Rome is a very safe city but pick-pocketing tourists in crowded locations can happen. Please remove valuables from your pockets and zip up your bags.

Comments

Loved it. Rome is crazy because one second your walking down a tiny alley, then you turn a corner and are in the middle of a beautiful Piazza. This tour helps you see all the things you might have missed on your own.

Posted by [email protected] , over 2 years ago

What a wonderful way to spend an afternoon in Roma! This tour was really wonderful!

Posted by Anonymous Explorer , over 2 years ago

בלה בלה

Posted by Dudi A , almost 6 years ago
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