If you’ve already visited Rome’s most significant highlights and are looking for a different glimpse of its history, architecture and city planning, this is the experience for you! On September 20, 1870, the Royal Italian army breached the classical walls at Porta Pia ending a thousand years of Papal rule and uniting Italy under a sole State. Thus, Rome became the Capital of Italy. However, the Eternal city wasn’t quite ready for the leap and paid a considerable price in the name of urban renewal.
|Available||Monday -Tuesday- Friday|
|Meeting Point||Via dei Cerchi 59|
|Languages||English – Dutch – Italian|
|RESERVATION||Tours must be booked up to 24h in advance.|
|BAD WEATHER POLICY||In case of rain before the start of the tour, clients will be asked whether they prefer to join the tour all the same, reschedule or get a full refund.|
|MEETING TIME||15 minutes before the tour’s starting time.|
|MINIMUM GROUP||The minimum is two people. If is not reached, each amount paid will be reimbursed.|
|CHILDREN||Children under 15 years of age are not allowed to participate|
|TEENS||Teens are under the responsibility of their parents.|
|REQUIREMENTS FOR DRIVERS||European or international drivers license and credit card .|
|INCLUDED||Coffe or Gelato – Tour Leader|
|NOT INCLUDED||Transfer from/to your hotel – Tips.|
More than 1/3 of its built environment and 1/2 of its green was destroyed to make the so-called Third Rome. Hence, what visitors see today, isn’t just the result of nearly 30 centuries of continuous history and dwelling. Instead, it’s the outcome of careful staging, perpetrated at the purpose of transforming Rome into a modern, grand capital worthy of its glorious past, and of an even greater present and future.
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