Your evening out in Rome starts with dinner at a local restaurant, where you’ll feast on bruschetta, pasta, a meat course, and dessert that make up your traditional Italian meal.
After dinner, enjoy a short walking tour of the neighborhood, part of Rome’s historical center, which includes a stop at the Trevi Fountain where you can throw a coin in the water to ensure your return to Rome, according to legend. Then take a panoramic night tour of the city to admire its iconic landmarks illuminated after dark, when sights like St Peter’s Basilica, the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, Capitoline Hill, and Castel Sant’Angelo seem even more special.
Your tour ends with a walking tour in Trastevere, a lively Roman neighborhood known for its restaurants and nightlife.
Please note: From November 1 to March 30, the tour is available in English and Spanish only.