ITALIAN APERITIVO INCLUDED! A 2 hours nice and chatty walking tour in Rome on a hill with an astounding view of the city, through unique places and monuments of the recent history of Rome that end in Trastevere neighbourhood: a city within a city.
- Trip Outline
- Trip Includes/Excludes
The Gianicolo to Trastevere walking tour winds up on a hill with an astounding view of the city, through unique places and monuments of the recent history of Rome to end in Trastevere neighbourhood: a city within a city.
The walk starts from the “Faro degli Italiani” (Italian Lighthouse) square, stops by the equestrian monument dedicated to “Anita Garibaldi” (wife of Giuseppe, “two worlds hero”); it then stops at the wall of Roman Republic Constitution (engraved with words from the most advanced Constitution of 19th century liberal Europe): a belvedere with a splendid view over Rome.
The tour begins to descend down towards the monumental fountain of “Acqua Paola”, aka “er Fontanone” (big fountain in roman slang): magnificently overlooking a panoramic terrace over the roofs of Rome; it stops at the monument dedicated to the heroes of the roman revolution in 1849.
It then heads to S. Peter in Montorio church and the marvellous “Tempietto del Bramante” a beautiful Renaissance masterpiece to end in Trastevere close to Porta Settimiana at the very heart of the neighbourhood where we’ll have a typical Roman foodie experience, relaxing and chatting over a glass of wine.
An experience with locals from meeting to farewell.
Are you travelling alone, on a business trip, or on family trip?
Here’s a perfect choice:
- A walking tour easy to join by public transport or a private transfer (ask us if you need it).
- A small group, up to 6 people, so that conversation will flow nice and smooth.
- The company of locals from the meeting point to the final “Ciao, till next time!”.
The 3 steps of an Ideas 4 Travellers experience:
Step 1. Meet & greet:
“Ciao! Welcome It’s a perfect day to walk in Rome!”, let’s be friends.
Step 2. Walk and discover:
let’s take a look at the eternal city through our eyes, get a real roman insight, let the chit chat flow.
Step 3. Eat, drink and talk:
it says it all!
Meeting point See map. [Bus Stop 115 - 870]
Meet & greet
We'll meet at the "Faro degli Italiani" (Italians lighthouse): a marvellous liberty lighthouse overlooking Rome, donated by the Italian expats in Argentina to honour their country of origin. From there we walk on through "Passeggiata del Gianicolo".
Piazza Anita Garibaldi
Anita Garibaldi square is dedicated to the Heroin that helped her husband Giuseppe Garibaldi in occasion of the roman revolution in 1849.
The Constitution of the Roman Republic - 1849
A memorial engraved on one of the outlook: the Roman Republic Constitution was one of the most advanced constitution of the second half of the 19th century that then inspired a lot of modern european democracies in the 20th.
Piazza Garibaldi and Rome lookout
Here you can experience one of the most beautiful view of Rome and greet the statue of the most famous Italy independence hero: Giuseppe Garibaldi.
Fontana dell'Acqua Paola, aka: "er Fontanone"
Fontana dell'Acqua Paola aka er Fontanone" is one of the most famous monument in Rome visible from most of the center of the eternal City. (These days is undergoing renovation so it is only partially visible).
A monument dedicated to those who fought alongside Giuseppe Garibaldi during the Roman revolution in 1849.
San Pietro in Montorio
A church built on the site where, according to tradition, the apostle Peter was crucified upside down on the cross: with a magnificent view of Rome.
Tempietto del Bramante
Built by the prestigious Bramante architect in 1502 as a commemorative tomb: is a treasure of Renaissance art.
We walk down the famous Trastevere neighbourhood: a different city inside the Eternal city so that we say that those who live here are "Trasteverini" before being "Romani".
Meet, walking tour on the Gianicolo hill as described under the tab “Trip Outline”, “Italian Aperitivo“, chatting and smiling.
Italian Aperitivo is:
- finger food
- a bruschetta
- a glass of wine / beer
Everything not included at “Trip includes”.
Walking shoes, from April to October sun lotion, sunglasses and a hat.
All the itineraries can be slightly modified due to: road work, monuments improvements, very bad weather conditions, or any external condition that could affect the experience full enjoyment.
If your party is 4 or less: you can decide to make your Experience exclusive.
From the date you choose, select the price that better suits the size of your group and book it!
As per Regional Law you MUST wear a "face mask" when interacting with people "that are not living with you (husband, wife, daughters and sons)".
Any monuments, buildings, museums, visiting and tourist areas can be closed even on short notice.