From the Trevi Fountain to Piazza Navona
From the Trevi Fountain to Piazza Navona, this
guided tour will take you for a walk to baroque Rome's renowned
piazzas and fountains also passing through the Haute Couture and
trading district: the old Campo Marzio. From the lively streets of
baroque Rome we will see the Trevi Fountain, a tribute to the god
of the sea, Neptune (a wonderful fontain by Nicola Salvi). We will
then continue on to Piazza di Spagna where we will see the Spanish
Steps, the most beautiful stairway in Europe, built by architect
Francesco de Sanctis, and the fountain "La Barcaccia" (Bernini).
We will then walk down Via Condotti (Rome's Haute Couture street
also known for the Cafè Greco, the oldest in Rome), cross Piazza
Colonna (Palazzo Chigi, seat of the Italian Government, and Column
of Marcus Aurelius), Piazza Montecitorio (Palazzo Montecitorio,
seat of the Italian Chamber of Deputies, and Obelisk) and we will
visit the church of St. Ignazio (superb baroque ceiling, painted
by Andrea Pozzo). We will end our tour of baroque Rome at Piazza
Navona where we will see Bernini's Fountain of the Four Rivers and
Borromini's church of Sant'Agnese in Agone.
The visit include
: Piazza di Spagna, Via Condotti, Trevi Fountain, church
of St. Ignazio, Piazza Montecitorio, Piazza Colonna, Piazza
di Pietra, Piazza Navona, church of Sant'Agnese in Agone.
Visits are available every day.
Other walking tours
Rome renaissance : Farnese square
Baroque Rome : Trevi fontain
Trastevere : Jewish Ghetto
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Our guided walking tour
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