Suites Trastevere

Viale Trastevere 248, Rome, 00153, Italy
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Best Walking Tours / Tour Companies in Rome

by orsailor

I'm looking for advice on the best walking tours / tour companies in Rome.



Re: Best Walking Tours / Tour Companies in Rome

by Yashodara80

It depends. How much can you spend? If you want a normal group guided tour, go to . But they are not good, no organised group tour is. If you want great service you should book a personal guide, it will cost you probably around 120€ for 3 hours but you'll really learn something.

Re: Best Walking Tours / Tour Companies in Rome

by Simone511

If you grab hold of a reasonable map of Rome, easy to obtain there, you should be able to plot your own walking tour of the city, without needing any help from a tour company. The main things to see are within walking distance of each other provided you are reasonably fit. It certainly is a walking city.

Re: Best Walking Tours / Tour Companies in Rome

by monorailgold


Another alternative is to download a tour to your ipod or MP3 player and do the tour on your own. There is a great site called that has wonderful walking tours of Rome. I have used them before and found them really informative and easy to use. I used some of the ones for Rome including the 2 for the forum and also 3 different ones for Venice. I really enjoyed them. They are easy to understand, you can pause them when you like and you can skip sections that don't interest you or you want to come back to. Check out the site.


Travel Tips for Rome

Architecture styles

by janchan

As you can see from this picture... in Rome you can find a very wide variety of architectural styles... from all the periods.
Here you have (from left) middleage, modern (XIX cent.), baroque, and ancient roman...

Santa Constanza - A 4th century Mausoleum

by Chamsa

This very special church dates back to the 4th century. Originaly it was a mausoleum for princesses of the Flavian-Constantine Royal family. It became a baptistry for the nearby Basilica Constantina, which is ruined today. In 1254 it finally became a church itself.

The original parts of the rotunda are very interesting with it's non-Christian scenes (mosaics and the copy of the sarcophagus), since Constantine became the first baptised Roman emperor.

'Enjoy Rome' by Bike

by aaaarrgh

"Enjoy Rome" are an Englidh speaking company that provide useful help and tips for visitors to Rome.

They also organise an exceedingly good bicycle tour of the city. You experience the city in the fresh air, covering larger distances than you could do on foot. And you meet a large group of like-minded travellers too.

The tour lasts three hours! It takes you through the parks of the Villa Borgese, Piazza del Popolo, stops at the Mouth of Truth, heads out for the Colloseum, then back past the ruins of the Forum.

Bike and bike helmets included in the price. I paid in lira but now Italy use the euro, the price is €20.

Pasta & Pizza at fair prices!

by Laura_Mexico about Pizzarito Pastarito

This is a tip that a good friend passed on to me. Back then I searched for this place on the net and easily found several references about it. I had not attended this restaurant personally but I trusted in the info she gave me, as she has traveled a lot and has a travelling style very similar to mine.

However, in 2007 I walked by one of these restaurants and decided to go in to try it on my own. My friend went to the one located close to the Vittoriano monument, on its left side if you look at it face to face (Via IV Novembre). The one I visited was only 2 blocks away from Termini station, on Via Gioberti. Other locations for this restaurant as per their website: Via Cola di Rienzo; Via Cassia; Via Tiburtina, 616; Via Tuscolana, 226..... and many more!!!

This restaurant might not be the typical cozy Italian restaurant with plaid tablecloths that tourists might like best, but they have a very good variety of dishes and the prices aren't too high.... I had a HUGE dish of pasta (freshly made) and a big size soda for 13 EUR, but you may eat something smaller and pay less. Service was a bit slow but food quality was good and I would recommend it. Tagliatelle (fresh home made) with a creamy sauce with cheese, sausage and peas.... really good.

The Coliseum

by Jasoninlondon

You couldn't visit Rome and miss probably the most famous building there. In quite good condition it is impressive to see the size of this building.

Walking inside you can almost imagine what it must be like packed with cheering Romans.


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