Join our family-friendly tour to the famous fountains and squares of Rome, the Eternal City, for a unique experience with your family and kids, going across the Trevi Fountain, Navona Square and much more, in a Small Group of no more than 12 people!
Rome is famous and packed with interesting and famous Squares and Fountains. The unique designs of the fountains by famous and talented sculptures make Rome a perfect place for any occasion. In this small group tour for kids and family, you will be visiting the most beautiful fountains in Rome and in the world, such as the Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona, making the most out of your time in Italy with your kids.
The whole family will be captivated by this original as well as unique experience: while adults explore the wonders of the Eternal City's architectures, the kids will have fun learning game worksheets. Travelling to Italy with kids has never been more fun!
At the end of the tour, a well-deserved rest-stop awaits you to drink at a typical Roman fountain and taste a slice of one of the most delicious pizzas in town!
Your tour will start on the well known Spanish Steps, then you will head to the Trevi Fountain, one of the largest Baroque fountains in Rome and also one of the most famous in the world. The fountain has gone through many designs and commissions but it was completed in 1762. Made from Travertine stone, the fountain façade proves to be stunning. Above the Trevi Fountain, you will discover the papal coat of arms because the idea of Trevi Fountain originated from Pope Urban VIII. The backdrop of the fountain is the Palazzo Poli, with two facades that tell two different stories. Your kids will be amazed by the stories the guide will tell them about this amazing fountain.
Piazza Navona is a representation of Baroque Roman architecture and art. The Piazza has two fountains, Fontana del Moro, that has a basin and four Triton sculptures, while the other is the Fountain of Neptune with a statue of Neptune. The center fountain of Piazza Navona is the Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi that is topped with an Egyptian obelisk. You will have then the chanche to visit the Pantheon, a building that is dedicated to all the gods and since the 7th century, used as a Church that is dedicated to Mary and the martyrs.. The magnificent architecture can be seen in the circular concrete dome with one opening to the sky. The portico is built of large Corinthian granite.
Complete information on meeting point and mode, and on local telephone numbers, can be found on the Voucher you will receive at the moment of confirmation of booking.
This tout allows a maximum 12 People per group (with at least 1 adult visitor every 3 kids).
The tour is free for children from 0 to 4 years of age. Teens over 14 are considered adult visitors.