- 2-hour night tour of Rome by air-conditioned coach
- See illuminated monuments around the historical center, Ancient Rome and Vatican City
- Enjoy stops at Piazza Navona and the Trevi Fountain
- Admire lit-up Rome attractions like the Colosseum, St Peter’s Basilica and Castel Sant’Angelo
- Learn about the history of Imperial Rome from an onboard guide
Recent Photos of This Tour
Trevei 3Photo by: linda F
The FountainPhoto by: Anonymous
The PalacePhoto by: Anonymous
Trevi FountainPhoto by: Kelley F
USA, 07 2009
St. Peter's CathedralPhoto by: Anonymous
Trevi FountainPhoto by: Rosalyn H
USA, 01 2008
FountainPhoto by: Rosalyn H
USA, 01 2008
Nativity at nightPhoto by: Rosalyn H
USA, 01 2008
What You Can Expect
Return to your coach and pass the Palace of Exhibitions on the way to Piazza Venezia to see its ostentatious Vittorio Emmanuele II monument. Hear tales and trivia about this love-it-or-hate-it landmark from your onboard guide, and learn about Rome’s Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, located on the building’s sweeping terrace.
Travel around Capitoline Hill into the area known as Ancient Rome, and see the relics and ruins that the Roman emperors left behind. Gaze at crumbling monuments in the Roman Forum and admire the Arch of Constantine lit up against the dazzling backdrop of the Colosseum; have your camera ready!
Head alongside Circus Maximus and follow the Tiber River past Castel Sant’Angelo to Vatican City. Gaze in awe at the sight of St Peter’s Basilica set against the night sky, and then pass the ancient Aurelian walls on your way back into Rome. Admire Porta Flaminia Gate by Villa Borghese, Rome’s central park, marvel at the Egyptian obelisk in Piazza del Popolo, and then head back into the historical center.
Hop off your coach at Trevi Fountain – Rome’s famous water feature – and throw a coin in the fountain for luck. Then, finish your tour with a drop-off at your central hotel or another central Rome location.
Please note: Rome's Trevi Fountain is currently under restoration until late 2015. A walkway above the central portion of the fountain will allow you to catch a glimpse of the ongoing work. Water will be drained during the process, but you'll still be able to cast your coins into the fountain for luck.
United States of America
I absolutely loved this ... Rome is gorgeous by night, even when it was raining cats and dogs, and I really appreciated the hotel pick-up. Well worth the extra money, especially for someone who has never been in Rome before and has no idea how to get anywhere.
Very interesting tour, very well guided. All as we expected.
Good work !