Your night tour of Rome starts at Piazza di Spagna to meet up with your guide, who leads you to the most famous landmarks in the city’s historical center. As you walk, soak up the romantic ambience of the Eternal City lit up in all its glory.
Begin with an illuminated view of the Spanish Steps, and then walk over to the elaborate Trevi Fountain, where you can throw a coin in the water to ensure you’ll return to Rome someday, according to legend. Continue to Piazza Colonna, a square that gets its name from the marble Column of Marcus Aurelius, followed by a stop in front of the Pantheon, a stately temple that dates back to 118 AD.
Next, visit a local wine bar (also known as an enoteca) to partake in the Italian tradition of an aperitivo, which consists of an evening drink (in this case, you’ll receive a glass of wine) served with classic Italian appetizers such as cheese, bread, olives and cured meats. Then continue your walking tour to Piazza Navona, one of the city’s most popular squares where cafes and bars surround the Bernini-designed baroque fountains. Your tour ends here, where you are perfectly placed to enjoy the rest of your evening out in Rome on your own.