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commentOffered in: English

Overview

Explore Rome’s Trastevere neighborhood on a 1.5-hour, small-group walking tour with a stop at a famous gelato shop. Visit the Sistine Bridge, Porta Settimiana, and the ancient city walls, and soak up the atmosphere of the fascinating historic district. You’ll cover just under one mile (1.6 km) of distance on this Trastevere walking tour, which is limited to 15 people for personal service.
  • 1.5-hour Trastevere walking tour
  • See a neighborhood away from Rome's crowded center
  • Learn about Roman history
  • Includes samples of local gelato
  • Small group tour for a personal experience
Make your way to a centrally-located meeting point in Trastevere, where you’ll join a guide and small group for a 1.5-hour tour of the area. Stroll to the Sistine Bridge across the Tiber River, then continue to Porta Settimiana, a gate in the fortified walls that Emperor Aurelian built in the 3rd century.
Walk down quiet alleyways past Trastevere’s colorful, historic houses, and see a lineup of the neighborhood’s highlights including Vicolo del Cinque, the Palazzo San Callisto, Piazza Sant’Egidio, Antico Forno della Renella, and Santa Maria in Trastevere, one of Rome’s oldest churches.
The final stop on your walking tour is a beloved gelato shop, or gelateria, that some consider to be the best spot for Roman gelato (you can judge for yourself, as samples are included in this tour). At the end of the walking tour, keep exploring Trastevere on your own, or head to the nearest bus or taxi station with the guide.

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J
, Jun 2017

Lovely tour just outside Rome's crowded area and the final gelato was probably the best one I ever had!

J
, Jun 2017

I was not sure what to expect on this tour. Our guide Italo was great. He also had a guide in training tagging along with us. We toured the chapels in the area and they pointed out their favorite spots and foods along the way. I did feel that you need to be more specific in the description of this tour, I don't think I would have booked it knowing that the sites were chapels, they were beautiful but for my teenage son, it was boring for him. Since the tour was on Sunday, some of the chapels were closed as well as the shops/resturants in the area. We ended with Gelato near the Jewish Ghetto and parted ways there so that we could explore that area on our own.

r
, May 2017

We had Rosy as our guide and loved her! Encyclopedic knowledge and clearly a love for Rome and her job.

M
, Mar 2017

if you have never been over and most people dont go its intresting to look around in day light ,the guide is very good ,but there is not really much of great intrest in the area apart from the church,the ice cream at the end is really the highlight but its a nice way to get away from the city and busy tourist area ,the cost is really cheap also ,and there are some very intresting street art .thanks again for a lovely few hours .

M
, Mar 2017

Our tour guide was such a joy to spend the afternoon with. He introduced us to Trastevere in such a entertaining and fun way! Absolutely loved it.

M
, Mar 2017

Highly recommend visiting Transtevere when in rome. Andrea was great and very knowledgeable. I loved the atmosphere, the bars, the churches and everything we saw.


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