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What exactly can you expect from this tour? Immerse yourself in the Rome of the Popes, where stories, wonders, legends and reality blur and harmonize with today's Rome. You will be guided by one of our local, certified tour guides. What makes our guides special is their passion for Rome and they want to share it with you. Highlights of the tour: On this tour, you will experience "Santa Maria Maggiore", which contains one of the four Holy Doors. Then we will reveal the hidden basilica "Santa Prasede" and its secrets. Followed by "San Pietro in Vincoli" where you will see the statue of Moses by Michelangelo and the miraculous chains of St. Peter. Then we will visit two of the oldest churches in the city: "Santi Quattro Coronati" with the legend of Pope Sylvester "San Clemente", dedicated to the fourth Pope "Clemens I" The tour culminates in a visit to the arch-basilica of "San Giovanni in Laterano", which contains another of the four Holy Doors.
Immerse yourself in Rome, the fountain, and illusionist art. Experience the contrast between the harmonious fountains and the fallen angels who turn into demons. You will be guided by one of our local, certified tour guides. What makes our guides special is their passion for Rome and they want to share it with you. Highlights of the guided tour: Discover the Church of "Santa Maria degli Angeli" which, a masterwork by Michelangelo. Admire the " Ecstasy of Saint Teresa" in "Santa Maria della Vittoria" "Le Quattro Fontane" decorated by 4 fountains. Borromini's masterpiece "San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane". Bernini's "Sant'Andrea al Quirinale". Then you will learn where the President of the Italian Republic has his seat. Then you will learn all about the most famous fountain in the world, the "Fontana di Trevi". "Santi XII Apostoli" with its apostles' graves will impress you. As a crowning finale, "Il Gesù", the mother church of the Jesuits.
First stop ist the remaining pyramid of the city, followed by the Basilica of Saint Paul. It is one of the biggest churches in Rome and contains one of the 4 Sacred Doors. Then the archeological park of Ostia Antica will be visited. We will see the remains of the old harbor city that kept the markets of ancient Rome filled with exotic goods. Baths, taverns, villas, temples and much more await to be explored.
What exactly can you expect from this tour? Immerse yourself in the Rome of wonders, saints, and the Roman Inquisition. Experience the contrast between the veneration of exemplary saints and the secular side of the former Papal States. Highlights: You will visit the Church of San Giovanni dei Fiorentini, the last resting place of Master Borromini. After that follows the famous Campo de'Fiori. A former field of flowers, transformed into a place of execution. Then "Sant'Andrea della Valle" will enchant you with the Barberini chapel. Then you will visit "Piazza Navona", with the fountain "Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi", by Bernini, and the church "Sant'Agnese in Agone", designed by Borromini. Afterward, we visit the church "Santa Maria delle Anima" with its colourfulness and "San Luigi dei Francesi", with the paintings of Caravaggio and Guido Reni. Finally, you will reach the highlight of the tour, the "Pantheon" and you will also discover the seat of the Roman Inquisition.
This is a truly unique way to experience Rome. Whether you're a marathon runner or a complete amateur, all are welcome on this adventure run through the Eternal City. Discover Rome at its quietest and most peaceful hour. Our carefully designed route will take you to historical landmarks and monuments, enchanting piazzas and fountains, and some awesome viewpoints for the perfect photos! Your guide will share with you their expert knowledge about each place.In an hour and a half you are likely to see more of the city than most tourists do in 2 days! IMPORTANT: The route is generally around 8.5km but is tailored to the group depending on participants abilities. is also flexible, so if you have any places you really want to see, let us know!
This is a truly unique way to experience Rome. Whether you're a marathon runner or a complete amateur, all are welcome on this adventure run through the Eternal City. Discover Rome at its quietest and most peaceful hour. Our carefully designed route will take you to historical landmarks and monuments, enchanting piazzas and fountains, and some awesome viewpoints for the perfect photos! Your guide will share with you their expert knowledge about each place.In an hour and a half you are likely to see more of the city than most tourists do in 2 days! IMPORTANT: The route is generally around 9.5km but is tailored to the group depending on participants abilities. is also flexible, so if you have any places you really want to see, let us know!
Run back through time in this unique and historic 8km adventure through Rome. Whether you class yourself as an amateur or a pro come and join me on one of the most memorable runs of your life. The carefully curated route is scenic and passes attractions and viewpoints! We believe exploring a new location by foot and without a map is the best way to get acclimated and get out of the tourist bubble. In this experience you will not only get to see the wonders of Rome but you can gain an insight into the history behind this beautiful city from a local guide. Seeing new places and experiencing new cultures is what we do with our time off and we never leave our running shoes at home! During the experience we will take brief stops for photos, snippets of history about the monuments we pass, and water as the route passes many fountains. Note: The route is about 8 kilometres. We start with some dynamic stretches. The pace will be set to accommodate the group.
Taking safety measures
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Guides required to regularly wash hands
We are amateur runners who grew up in Roma We love to see Rome outside, running or walking in the early morning, showing you the historical and charming aspects of this millennium city. We also love showing before dinner, the trendy places that locals enjoy. These experiences are perfect for all people who want to find something real and genuine created by local team who grew up in these magical places. Believe us; it will be an incredible experience.
Immerse yourself in the squares of Rome. Experience the art and history in these public squares, that make Rome an open-air museum. Highlights of the guided tour: Visit the gardens of the "Castel Sant'Angelo". On the way to the "Via del Corso", we will pass the "Supreme Court of Cassation", the "Museo dell'Ara Pacis" and the "Mausoleo of Augustus". Followed by a visit to the impressive Basilica "Santi Ambrogio e Carlo al Corso", with the heart of St. Charles Borromeo. Continued by the "Piazza del Popolo" and "Santa Maria del Popolo" with its masterpieces by Pinturicchio, Rafael, Bernini, Caravaggio and Carlo Fontana. Followed by the romantic "Piazza di Spagna". The church "Sant'Andrea delle Fratte" houses masterpieces by Bernini and Borromini. Then we discover "San Lorenzo in Lucina" with the grate on which St. Lawrence was martyred. Highlight is the Basilica "Sant'Ignazio di Loyola", the second most important church of the Jesuits, with impressive optical illusions.
Immerse yourself in the "other" Rome, untouched by the constant change of the city. A unique combination of fantastic views, romantic alleys, 4th-century basilicas, and temples of the Roman Republic. You will be guided by one of our local, certified tour guides. Highlights: Our first destination is the "Piazzale Giuseppe Garibaldi". Enjoy the green surroundings, the unique views over Rome, and the "Fontana dell'Aqua Paola". Then follows the place where the apostle Peter was crucified. Then we enter "Trastevere" with a visit to the second most important Marian church in the world "Santa Maria in Trastevere". It is followed by "San Crisogono". Then we discover the basilica "San Francesco a Ripa" with a masterpiece of Bernini. Then we visit the Basilica "Santa Cecilia in Trastevere" from the 5th century. On the Tiber island, we will search for the relics of Apostle Bartholomew. The highlight of the tour is the "Forum Boarium" and "Santa Maria in Cosmedin" with the "Bocca della Verità".
Our guide is a true marathon runner passionate about running and history. With this tour you will have a quick overview of the essentials of the city and the highlights of its history. By leaving early in the morning you can avoid the crowds and fully appreciate monuments such as the Trevi Fountain, which is usually crowded with tourists.
ArcheoRunning offers you a sports run to discover the history of the third largest park in Rome. With its 80 hectares, Villa Borghese can be called the green heart of the city. Together we will discover the history of the creation of the villa and all of its secrets. We will talk about the secret gardens, the sundial, the Casino dei giochi d’acqua. Anyone can participate, even novices. It is not a race, but a way to have fun practicing sport and culture, in full ArcheoRunning style.
ArcheoRunning takes you to the discovery of the Parco degli Acquedotti – one of the most evocative parks in Rome – which stands within the Appia Antica Regional Park in a green area of 240 hectares where you can admire seven of the grandiose Roman aqueducts that supplied the city . Anyone can participate, even novices. It is not a race, but a way to have fun practicing sport and culture, in full ArcheoRunning style.
Breathtaking opportunity!!! A jogging stroll through the highlights of Rome, at the dawn break of the ethernal city. Meet us by the Colosseum (Outside the Metro B stop) Running in Rome city centre at 06.00 am; is your chance to enjoy the city in a new ways. The Colosseum,Aventine's hill, Venice sq, Pantheon church, Trevi's fountain, Spanish steps are part of this amazing and unique experience, just before the roman streets wake up! The tour will end in Villa borghese, breathtaking opportunity to look out over the Piazza del Popolo dominated by the spectacular Dome of St Peter's Basilica in the background. it will not be a classic guided tour. it isn't a guided tour, it is a unique experience together with our Local Expert Runner
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