Discover Rome Like a True Local!
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(140 reviews) star Off the beaten track Rome 1 - 4 watch_later 2.5 hours
- done Discover the real Rome in the beautiful Monti district
- done Walk through the magnificient Imperial Forums
- done Visit the wonderful Piazza del Campidoglio
- done Enjoy the best panoramique view of the Roman Forum
- done Discover the hidden Church of Saint Peter in Chains and its breathtaking Moses by Michelangelo
- done See the Eternal City through the eyes of a true local
You will meet here: Piazza della Suburra, Rome
What you can expect
As a Roman and "Monticiano", I'd be proud of introducing you to one of the most ancient and charming neighborhood in the Eternal City! The great thing is that it's very centrally located, right next to the Colosseum...but you'll see just very few tourists around!
We'll enjoy a friendly 2,5 hours walk through the ancient "Suburra" with its narrow cobbled streets and cozy squares, nowadays full of independent art workshops, galleries and small fashion boutiques.
Leaving this fascinating dedalo of back alleys, we'll than walk through the magnificient Imperial Forums till the top of Capitoline Hill with its stunning terrace overlooking the Roman Forum, where I'll let you feel the powerful atmosphere of Ancient Rome.
Time to walk down back to Monti district before climbing the fascinating "Salita dei Borgia" stairs up to the amazing St. Peter in Chains Church, a hidden Early Christian jewel where the breathtaking Moses by Michelangelo is conserved.
At the end of our walk I'll be happy to point you to a tasty local "trattoria" or a charming "vineria" to enjoy Monti at its best, besides sharing any other useful info and tips to help you get the best out of your Roman holday!
Looking forward to meeting you and showing you the real Rome!
This is the plan
Off the beaten track details
- checkFree cancellation up to 14 days before experience date
- closeNo refunds within 14 days of experience date
My name is Andrea, 37 years old
...born and raised in Rome!
After my High School studies in Humanities
and my University degree in European Law,
I've always worked in the hospitality field,
following my love for travels, good food, fine arts
and international people!
Why here? Because I feel this is a new and smart
"social network" helping people of different cultures
to connect with each other by symply sharing their interests,
skylls and passions.
...In my case, basically the love for such a amazing City!
See you soon in Rome,