This tour allows to know in depth the most iconic places of Rome that belong to the collective imagination.
Who doesn’t remember Audrey Hepburn going down the Spanish steps in the movie “Roman Holidays”? Or Anita Eckberg and Marcello Mastroianni bathing in the Trevi fountain in the movie “Dolce vita”. I’m sure that most of us remember the cult scene:
“Marcello come here…!”
Our walking starts actually in the Spanish square and then proceeds to the Trevi Fountain.
The next stop is the Pantheon, a unique building erected two thousand years ago, in the Roman Empire era. Its dome, the largest ever built using only concrete, is a great evidence of the impressive engineering skills of the ancient romans.
Finally, the tour ends at Navona square, one of the most magnificent examples of roman Baroque thanks to its fountains designed by the architect Bernini and the Church of Saint Agnes created by his rival Borromini.