Take a trip to two of the most important areas of Rome in this unforgettable tour. Start out by visiting the Spanish Steps that lead up to the Church of Trinità dei Monti, before taking a trip to the ancient Vicus Caprarius to enter the ruins that are hidden underneath the Trevi Fountain.
This tour will let you discover two of the most important attractions in Rome: the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. Moreover, you will have the unique chance to access the underground of Trevi Fountain: a wonderful place that is usually close to the audience.
You will start off in the Piazza di Spagna where you will be able to view all of the breathtaking architecture before traversing the 135 steps that lead to the beautiful Church of Trinità dei Monti.
These steps were designed by Alessandro Specchi and Francesco de Sanctis after being commissioned by Etinne Gueffier nearly 3 centuries ago.
You will be able to take in the breathtaking beauty of this area of Rome after a leisurely ascent up the stunning stairs and see the famous Fontana della Barcaccia—a fountain created by father-and-son Pietro and Gian Lorezno Bernini—before making your way toward the Trevi Fountain during this highly education walking tour.
You will have the chance to admire the famous Trevi Fountain, a monumental fountain known worldwide for its amazing structure and for the most famous scene from the movie "La Dolce Vita".
At this point you will visit the Vicus Caprarius, an Ancient Roman alleyway and road that serves as entrance to one of Rome's most treasured landmarks: the ancient ruins beneath the Trevi Fountain. In the catacombs you will be able to the well-preserved area that gives a glimpse into the architecture and life of what Rome was like thousands of years ago.
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
This tour is free for children 0-3.
We suggest you to wear comfortable shoes and clothes. This tour is not recommended for people who suffer from claustrophobia or panic attacks.