Learn the exciting stories and legends of some of the Eternal City's oldest inhabitants on a two-hour night walking tour.
Join us to discover this great city and the exciting secrets to it
Enjoy a two-hour tour with a friendly guide and hundreds of years of history
Take this unique opportunity to visit Rome at night
At sunset, Rome is surrounded by magical lights and a romantic atmosphere. This is the perfect moment to discover its dark sides!
Join us to discover a city of legends and secrets, where thousands of years of history are left behind in many places. Rome has survived the Middle Ages and the Inquisition and must tell many true stories and mysterious legends, between murder, execution and persecution.
On a two-hour tour we will tell you the invisible story behind the impressive buildings and downtown Rome. Our guide will take you to a city that has cured its crime problems and has become one of the most famous destinations in the world. Pictures of the Virgin Mary hang on every corner. Our original Rome Night Tour shows you one side of the Eternal City, far away from the splendour of the Renaissance and Baroque!
This tour is not wheelchair accessible.
There are no child seats available.
A minimum of 2 persons per booking is required.
It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes.
You are welcome to bring your own drinks and snacks.
Please provide your hotel information (apartment or bed and breakfast) when booking (name, address and telephone number).
•Pich-up from the hotel (inside the Aurelian wall)
•Small group walk
•Return transport to the hotel
•Food and drink
•Personal purchases and tips
At your hotel.
Please bring your booking confirmation.
This deal can be cancelled for free up to one day before the date of the activity.
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