This first example of a Renaissance Palace in Rome is known also for the balcony from where Mussolini used to make his speeches. Here stands the massive Victorian Monument, dedicated to the first king of reunified Italy, Victor Emanuel II. It is also the Altar of the Fatherland and it hosts the tomb of the unknown soldier. Not far away from Piazza Venezia, we reach the Trevi Fountain. It’s the most famous fountain in the world and you can throw a coin in it to make a wish! Within a short distance, you can reach the most fashionable areas of the city, including Via Condotti that is located right off the Spanish Square and faces the most famous steps in the world- the amazing Staircase of Trinity of the Mounts (also known as the famous Spanish Steps). Leaving the famous staircase and covering all of Via Condotti, we reach Via del Corso, the shopping street that stretches from Piazza Venezia to Piazza del Popolo. Covering Via del Corso, we arrive at Piazza Colonna where we can admire the amazing Column dedicated to the Emperor Marcus Aurelius, Chigi Palace, seat of the Government, Wedekind Palace, Alberto Sordi Shopping Gallery, and, adjacent to the Square, the Parliament (Chamber of Deputes) of monte Citorio. A couple of blocks away is the Pantheon, the best preserved monument of ancient Rome, famous for its enormous domes and, nowadays, for being the burial place of the first kings of Italy and the famous artist Raphael. A block away from the Pantheon we reach the Senate of the Republic, Madama Palace and beyond the buildings facing it, we accede into the wonderful Baroque Piazza Navona.
Available days: Every day
Bookable Starting Time: from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Duration: 3 hours
English, Ialiano, Français, Espagnol
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Meeting Point: In front of Palazzo Venezia - Main Door