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For a twist on the usual sightseeing experience, take an after-dark tour of Rome to admire its illuminated landmarks and monuments while listening to stories about ghosts, myths and legends. You’ll explore the winding alleys and squares in the city’s historical center with a guide, who provides eerie commentary about the supernatural and historical mysteries that have plagued the Eternal City for centuries. See attractions like Campo de’ Fiori, Castel Sant’Angelo and Palazzo Farnese in a whole new light.  


  • 1.5-hour ghost and mystery walking tour of Rome
  • Explore Italy’s ancient capital under the cover of darkness
  • Discover top attractions such as Castel Sant'Angelo, Palazzo Farnese and Ponte Sisto illuminated at night
  • Wander down winding alleyways with an expert guide and hear terrifying tales of myth and legend
  • Learn of the Corte Savella Prison, where late-Renaissance noblewoman Beatrice Cenci was unfairly put to death in the 16th century
  • Take an alternative nocturnal view of Rome's major sites on this entertaining evening tour

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What You Can Expect

Ghost and Mystery Walking Tour of Rome

Explore the mysterious Campo de' Fiori on your ghostly walking tour of Rome

Your evening tour starts at Sant'Andrea della Valle, where you’ll meet your guide in the shadows of the church’s baroque façade. Then begin your exploration into Rome’s thousands of years of ghostly history.

Walk along Corso Vittorio to Campo de’ Fiori, an ancient square that has been a lively part of the city since the 1200s. While you soak up the chilling atmosphere of the square after dark, hear about the supernatural activity that has taken place here over the centuries. Then head across Piazza Farnese, passing by Palazzo Farnese, on your way to Ponte Sisto, a 15th-century bridge. Cross the Tiber River, walking toward the Church of Santa Maria dell’Orazione e Morte, and stop at the site of the ancient Corte Savella prison, where Beatrice Cenci, a noblewoman from the late Renaissance era, was sentenced to death for the murder of her father. Was it fair? Hear about her story and her ghost that still calls for justice.

Continue along Via dei Banchi Vecchi and Via del Banco di Santo Spirito to Castel Sant’Angelo, commissioned by Rome’s Emperor Hadrian in 123 AD as a mausoleum. The imposing structure has had many lives, from fortress to pope’s residence to prison, and as such, is shrouded in legends and mysteries.

Your tour ends here, where you are centrally placed to continue your night out in Rome on your own. 

Customer Reviews

Sergio G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

Great tour with a very good guide. Thanks!


5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

A wonderful way to start our trip to Rome. Our whole family enjoyed the tour and we went back and visited many of the sights the next day to see them in the daytime.

Anne G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

P ref to night.

Anne G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2016

Amazing tour in beautiful setting


5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

was easy to find the tour where it started . fantastic , humorous, knowledgeable tour guide who made the tour even more interesting . you get to see Rome at night and all the stories - great add on will be catacombes which isnt there in this tour


5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

This tour was not our first choice for our very first tour and venturing out into beautiful Rome on October 21, 2016, but we were very pleasantly surprised at how much we enjoyed ourselves. We previously purchased an evening tour to include the 'pretty' attractions and gelato but it was cancelled by the operator. However, this tour, although dark in nature, was incredibly interesting, even suspenseful at times. And you can visit all of the common stops on the gelato tour easily on your own. Each stop was architecturally rich in character and steeped in history. Our tour with Ahmet was true to description, visiting all of the sites mentioned and several unmentioned. I will not comment specifically on the history he shared at each as that could 'give away' the stories and suspense. I will say that Ahmet's wonderfully energetic personality is what made the tour exceptional. Anyone can regurgitate history but it takes personality and passion to make it this enjoyable. He was able to make dark history truly fun - not scary at all. We laughed often but make no mistake, he is very much a subject matter expert. We also felt very safe on this tour as Ahmet pays close attention to his group. Mind you, this tour took place after dark in some pretty narrow, dark, mostly deserted alleys. Ahmet also shared practical tips about Rome so as not to get taken advantage of as tourists. For a single mom traveling with a teenage daughter, we are very appreciative that we got off the beaten path in Rome and had the pleasure of Ahmet's company! THANKS AHMET!

Darla G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

One of the most fun things we did in Rome! Our guide was great and we really enjoyed walking around the city learning obscure history. We took our 11 year old, not scary at all, and not a ghost hunting tour, more stories from the past about people who left their mark on Roman history. We booked this at the last minute and I'm so glad we did!

Donna M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Barbara has a passion for the city of Rome. She mad the stories come alive. I figured that this tour would be more geared toward my teenage son, but we all enjoyed the tour. I highly recommend it!


5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Great guide and fun evening -would recommend

Nabil N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

The Guide Sabrina is very friendly and engaging. She is very knowledgeable. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour and recommend it.

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