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Piazza di Spagna: Tours & Tickets

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Rome: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Tour

1. Rome: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Tour

The open-top, double-decker bus provides fantastic views and a great atmosphere to enjoy Rome's charm. From the iconic Colosseum and the famous Spanish Steps to the stunning Vatican, the city's history and majestic architecture will take your breath away. A fully narrated audio tour allows you to discover over 10 locations throughout the city with daily departures from the starting point at Termini Railway Station. You have the option to join the tour from any of the stops on the route. You may also experience the “eternal city” on foot with fantastic digital, self-guided walking tours. Some of the locations you can see on the tour route include: Colosseum Roman Forum Trevi Fountain Spanish Steps Piazza di Spagna Vatican St. Peter's Square Piazza Navona Pantheon Castel Sant'Angelo Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore Circus Maximus Piazza Venezia Altare della Patria Piazza Barberini Termini Railway Station

Rome: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Tour

2. Rome: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Tour

Organize your sightseeing tour and admire all of Rome's major attractions, including the Colosseum, St. Peter's Basilica and the Spanish Steps. Enjoy stunning views on board of a comfortable double-decker bus and learn about the city's history as you listen to detailed audio commentaries. Also known as The Eternal City, Rome is one of the most visited cities on the planet. Make the most of your vacation by exploring the city's historic monuments and exciting atmosphere with a hop-on hop-off bus ticket. Admire the architectural sumptuousness of Rome from the deck of the bus, or hop-off at any of the world-famous attractions, such as the Colosseum, Spanish Steps and the Vatican. Pick from 13 languages and learn about Rome's timeless beauty through the complimentary set of headphones. The pink buses are on the move all day long and will take you to the city’s most important monuments and cultural venues while you are comfortably seated. Hop-on and off at your convenience and reward yourself with marvelous views of Rome you will never forget from one of the single or double-decker buses. A Panoramic ticket includes: Stazione Termini Santa Maria Maggiore Colosseum Archaeological Area Circo Massimo - The Mouth of Truth Piazza Venezia - Shopping Area Vatican City, Sistine Chapel & Castel Sant'Angelo Spanish Steps Piazza Barberini and Trevi Fountain

Rome 3-Hour Evening Walking Tour

3. Rome 3-Hour Evening Walking Tour

On this 3-hour evening walking tour you’ll meet your guide at Piazza del Popolo, where churches, fountains, and monuments tastefully embellish the square. Walk up to the Pincio Terrace to admire the sunset over Rome and enjoy breathtaking views over the city. Visit the famous Piazza di Spagna and Bernini’s Barcaccia Fountain. Continue your walk to the stunning Trevi Fountain, which is the largest Baroque fountain in Rome. Legend has it that if you toss a coin over your left shoulder into the Fountain you’ll return to Rome one day. Visit Piazza della Rotonda and admire the exterior of the historic Pantheon. Built in 27 B.C. the Pantheon was dedicated to all the Roman gods. In the 7th century, it was converted to a church dedicated to Mary and the martyrs. It is also the resting place of some major Renaissance artists, including Raffaello. Admire Bernini’s magnificent 4 Rivers Fountain in the center of iconic Piazza Navona. The square also features other important sculptural and architectural creations, including the Church of Sant'Agnese in Agone by Borromini, Palazzo Pamphili, the Neptune Fountain at the northern end, and the Moor Fountain at the southern end. End your evening walk at Campo de' Fiori, a site that at one time was noted for races and executions. In the center of the square you’ll see the statue of Giordano Bruno. Today Campo de’ Fiori is a busy marketplace in the morning and a center of nightlife after the sun goes down. It’s the perfect place to continue your evening in the Eternal City after your guided tour.

Rome: Trastevere Food Tasting with River Boat Ride

4. Rome: Trastevere Food Tasting with River Boat Ride

The journey begins in Rome's charming Trastevere neighborhood, where you will wander through the piazzas and cobblestone streets to an open-air market. Meet Emiliano, who has been running a stand in the market for decades and tase local gourmet products such as cured ham and cheese.  Next, enter one of the oldest churches in Rome, the Basilica di Santa Maria, and admire its gilded murals and Cavallini mosaics. Head to the Tiber River and enjoy a 25-minute ride downstream to reach Sant'Angelo Bridge. Take in the views of St Peter's Basilica from Sant'Angelo Castle and regroup for the second part of the tour. Learn about the Via Dei Coronari, know locally as the artists' strip and walk down to Navona Square to admire the Fountain of the Four Rivers, built by the famous Italian artist, Bernini. Hear about the history and legacy of the Pantheon from the outside before enjoying 1 hour of free time to explore the area and grab a snack at a nearby trattoria.  Finally, learn the history of the Trevi Fountain and make a wish by tossing a coin into its water. The guide will then drop the group off at the Spanish Steps and give recommendations of nearby areas.

Rome: 3-Hour Roman Holiday by Segway

5. Rome: 3-Hour Roman Holiday by Segway

The Roman Holiday Tour departs from Piazza del Popolo, one of the most famous piazzas in Rome, in the waiting room of the Urbe at the top of the famous Spanish Steps (Via del Babuino, Via del Corso and Via di Ripetta). After a short practice with the Segways to ensure everyone is confident riding them, the tour guide will take you down the ancient Roman road like in the famous film Roman Holiday. In Piazza della Rotonda, see the Pantheon, one of the oldest and best preserved monuments in Rome. Then go across the sacred area of Largo Torre Argentina and on to the Roman ghetto, where you’ll see Teatro Marcello, the Bocca della Verità and the Circus Maximus. Finally, you'll arrive at the monumental amphitheatre of the Colosseum and the magnificent area around the Imperial Forums. On the way back, you'll see the glorious “Vittoriano” (National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II) and the famous Trevi Fountain as you come into Piazza di Spagna at the foot of the Spanish Steps. The famous Via Margutta, well-known for its art shops and 16th-century houses, rounds off the tour in Piazza del Popolo.

Rome: Early Morning E-Bike Tour

6. Rome: Early Morning E-Bike Tour

The morning e-bike tours are led by expert local guides who ride with you inside the Eternal City. They explain how to use the 3D visor during the tour, while providing you with history and curiosities about each monument. Explore the Colosseum as never before through the interactive 3D certified reconstruction, integrated by a narrative voice of your guide and epic background music. Explore the city as it was 2000 years ago. A real moving and multi-sensory family experience, suitable for all ages.  The tour follows a carefully-designed itinerary, stopping at Rome’s most popular sites and recreating the ancient settings. You will see 3D reconstructions of the Circus Maximus, the School of the Gladiators, and much more. Your guide will always be with you, who will inform you about everything you really see with the 3D visors. Other viewpoints throughout the route include the Colosseum, Arch of Constantine and Imperial Forum, Venice square, Trajan forum Pantheon, Navona square, Campo dei Fiori, Trastevere, and Capitoline Hill.

Rome: Rome at Night Evening Historical Walking Tour

7. Rome: Rome at Night Evening Historical Walking Tour

Experience the beauty of Rome at night and take this tour through the Eternal City, brilliantly lit and bustling with life in the evening. Stop at some of Rome's iconic historical sites. Visit Piazza Spagna, The Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, and the Pantheon. Explore Rome at night, when it is especially beautiful, with its monuments and fountains lit up, making them stand out in the dim evening light. See Rome as it settles down for the evening, with locals settling in for "aperitivo" before dinner, and people taking their evening stroll, the city comes to life in an ethereal way at night. Meet your friendly, professional tour guide in Piazza Spagna, right in front of the Spanish Steps. Learn about the steps and the square and how communities from Spain, France, and England have all come together here at different points in history. Pass by the big fashion house storefronts, make your way to the Trevi Fountain, and watch the lights dancing on the water and the reflections on the beautiful marble of the world’s most famous fountain. Toss in a coin before following the guide to the Pantheon. Walk past an Ancient Roman temple on your way to the Pantheon and its busy square. See this temple, now used as a church, and learn all about its construction in 125 AD and how it is still used today. Continue the tour and move on to Piazza Navona, one of the most famous squares in the city. Admire the square's gorgeous Fountain of the Four Rivers and restaurants lining the piazza, people out for a stroll, and street performers providing entertainment. Move on to Largo Argentina after learning the history and symbolism of Piazza Navona. Explore Largo di Torre Argentina and learn about the famous site of Julius Caesar’s assassination. Travel to Piazza Venezia to see the giant Vittoriano monument shining brightly at night for some of the best photos on your trip. Get to know Rome at night and leave the tour with a whole new appreciation for the Eternal City.

Rome: Small-Group Tour with Street Food, Tiramisu & Gelato

8. Rome: Small-Group Tour with Street Food, Tiramisu & Gelato

Experience the Rome of emperors and popes on a 2.5-hour walking tour of the historic piazzas and fountains, starting at Piazza del Popolo. Stroll through the famous fashion streets before getting to Piazza di Spagna with Bernini’s unusual fountain of a half-sunken ship. Stop to taste one of Rome's best tiramasu. Enjoy and taste the rela roman pizza with cheese, suppli and a glass or wine ( or other beverage) Head towards Piazza di Trevi, where legend says that if you toss a coin in the Trevi Fountain and make a wish you will one day return to Rome. Along the way, stop to sample some of Rome’s legendary gelati at typical gelaterias, each one famous for their unique flavors, such as chocolate orange or pistacchio stracciatella. Learn the secrets of artisanal gelati, and how to distinguish a good one from a bad one! As you walk, your guide will provide a fascinating history of Rome’s fountains and piazzas, telling stories of some of the city’s notorious characters for added color, before you end in the grandeur of Piazza Navona with a typical Italian coffee.

Rome: Guided Bike Tour

9. Rome: Guided Bike Tour

Explore the most iconic monuments in Rome's city center on this guided bike tour and discover the city in an eco-friendly and comfortable way. Begin the tour in the city center, where you will collect your bike and meet your professional guide. Then, the real fun begins as you ride around the historical center. Following your tour guide, stop at monuments to hear informative and interesting insights and pose for some memorable pictures. During your bike ride, visit sights such as Piazza del Popolo, Via del Corso, Piazza Navona, Piazza Venezia, Colosseum, Piazza di Spagna, Bocca della Verità, Fontana di Trevi, Pantheon, Castel Sant'Angelo, and many more.

Rome: Famous Squares Guided Walking Tour

10. Rome: Famous Squares Guided Walking Tour

Start your tour in Piazza di Spagna, a masterpiece of the 18th century. Learn about the square's  irregular shape and the French Church Trinita dei Monti. Find the most prestigious here, before you move on to the famous Trevi Fountain. Marvel at the huge baroque confection of thrashing horses, splashing water, and striding Tritons. Before leaving, throw a coin in the fountain to ensure your return to the Eternal City! Move on to find Piazza Montecitorio, home to the 6th century Obelisk of Montecitorio, originally from Heliopolis in Egypt. Continue to the Pantheon of ancient Rome, built as a temple to all the gods of Olympus. Head to Piazza Navona, the Stadium of Domitian, built in 85 A.D. to accommodate the athletic games. Piazza Navona is the pride of Baroque Rome, with architectural elements and sculptures by masters such as Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Francesco Borromini and Girolamo Rainaldi. Complete your tour at Campo de' Fiori, home to a colorful local market of groceries since 1869. It had previously hosted performances, horse racing and for centuries Campo de 'Fiori was the main stage for public executions!

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What people are saying about Piazza di Spagna

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 6,122 reviews

I honestly couldn't recommend this more, we had 5 hours in Rome so booked a 3 hour tour... I can truthfully say, we saw Rome in 3 hours! we covered almost everything, our guide Amid was outstanding, very welcoming, friendly, knowledgeable and took some fantastic shots for us. what a brilliant way to get to see the city!! Highly recommended

Karolina was so sweet, knowledgeable, and went at the perfect pace. We got to appreciate everything we saw and she had amazing information to share. This was a great way to familiarise ourselves with Rome - I recommend booking it for one of your first nights in the city.

Excellent experience, it allowed us to get to the different places of interest in a short time

Cool thing. After two days of walking around the city, you can comfortably see a lot ...

The bus was on time. The information was good. The climate in the bus was pleasant.