Discover the Eternal City at sunset: after the Spanish Steps, you will then make your way to the Trevi Fountain which makes for an important stop as we will enchant you with the true meaning of “Baroque” in all its glory. As we cut across the city center to arrive at the Pantheon, you will come to understand exactly how and why this old relic was changed throughout the ages, from the ancient to medieval times and from Renaissance to modern age. Navona Square, the next stop, was originally the ancient Stadium of Domitian and today is a gem of architecture and a very popular hang-out spot.
See the lively Campo dè Fiori and then wander around the Jewish Ghetto. Finally, at the end of Sunset/ Rome at Dusk Private Tour, you will reach Largo Argentina, where the great Julius Caesar was assassinated.