Take a leisurely walk around Rome's beautiful fountains and places related to the city's water - past the city's highlights.
Discover beautiful Rome with your guide
Get to know all the places where water enriches the city and learn more about its history
Visit the highlights of the city, which of course should not be missing during the tour
This tour focuses on the magnificent fountains in the city. Can you imagine how many there are in the centre alone? You will be amazed.
Of course, you will also pass by the "classics" of the city, so that even those who have never been to Rome before will get their money's worth.
Learn more about the city's fantastic water games, their origins, their clients and above all the magnificent aqueducts. Let yourself be taken on an exciting journey and also listen to curiosities about other places in the city. - You are in Italy and can "drift".
Your three-hour tour will take you to the following places, among others:
The tour is also suitable for families and children who are good on foot.
• Three-hour private tour for 1-10 persons
• Personal and qualified travel guide
• Depending on the size of the group - Headsets: approx. 2,00 Euro per person
• Food and drinks
• Should be plenty of time: Visit of an underground "water" site, 3 Euro entrance fee per person
Piazza Navona, in front of the Museo di Roma (there is also a bar) at the entrance.
Please bring your booking confirmation.
For cancellations between 3 and 6 day(s) prior to scheduled departure, a cancellation fee of 50% will be charged. If you cancel within 2 days of your scheduled departure, a cancellation fee of 100% will be charged.
This deal can be cancelled for free up to 7 days before the date of the activity.
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