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From January 2019, new traffic guidelines for ROME become effective affecting traffic and parking in the city.
Long journeys on foot are expected to make the visits. The tour is therefore not recommended for passengers with walking difficulties, people traveling in non-motorized or electric wheelchairs as well as people with very young children.
Appropriate clothing in places of worship.
Comfortable shoes required.
People with reduced mobility, using a wheelchair, must have a companion to help them. Please use folding chairs as buses do not have elevators or ramps. (Shore2shore is not responsible if the customer does not inform of his situation at the time of booking).
Our assistant will meet you at the port of Civitavecchia.
We will leave the port by coach to reach Rome with an approximate journey of an hour and a half passing through the "Campina", north of Rome.
During the tour we can admire the famous Pyramid of Caius Cestius (Pyramid Cestia) from the 1st century BC. C. incorporated in successive centuries to the fortified wall of Emperor Aureliano; Circus Massimo known for chariot racing and the film Ben Hur.
We will arrive at the Coliseum, symbol of the city, to discover its secrets. Short stop to take photos.
Back to the coach again to reach the area of Trevi Fountain; We will pass through Largo Argentina where one day in March of 44 a. C. Julio Cesar died assassinated. A walk will give us the occasion to discover the baroque heart of the city, starting with the Piazza Di Spagna (IF TIME ALLOWS US AND BY DECISION OF THE GUIDE) and its famous staircase Trinidad dei Monti and Barcacia fountain built in 1629 .
Continuation on foot passing by Via Condotti famous for its brand shops and crossing Via del Corso until we reach the Piazza di Trevi and its source of desires. Then we will go to the Pantheon, the best preserved of the ancient monuments of Rome (exterior visit and photos).
We will continue our journey towards Piazza Navona, the most imposing of the 15th century squares. From here, walk on foot to return to the bus and return to Civitavecchia after a day suspended in time between Empire and Papacy, between Christians and pagans in the most "beautiful city in the world".