Baroque Rome: Popes, Churches and the Inquisition
Join us for our evening walking tour of Rome’s most famous churches.
Our meeting point is Trajan Column located at Piazza Venezia. The Trojans Column honors the victory if the Decian wars. This must-see piazza celebrates the reunification of Italy. This magnificent landmark views the monument of Victor Emmanuel II, who once was Italy’s king. Soon after we will take you to the most beautiful fountain in all of Rome, The Trevi Fountain. Together we will take place in an ancient ritual by throwing a coin over our shoulder into the Fountain, which insures that one day you will return to Rome. Discover the Church of Saint Ignatius a charming Roman Catholic Church established by the Society of Jesus.
Explore the marvelous Pantheon completed by Emperor Hadrian. Discover the unique central opening of this masterpiece. Uncover the inner beauty of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva church. The tour ends at the wonderful Piazza Navona. Piazza Navona is one of the most famous squares.
With this evening walking tour you will have the opportunity to see 2500 years of history come to life as our professional tour guide takes you through all the hidden gems of the city.