Walks and guided tours - Discover Rome and Learn Italian

Our cultural activities consist in guided tours of Rome and its sorroundings, walks through the city center, bike tours and cultural events. Here are some of our weekly activities:

Street art tour

The less known face of Rome, with its new wave of street art. From Testaccio to Pigneto passing through Ostiense and San Lorenzo, this tour will give you the unique chance to admire the most important pieces of italian and international street art in Rome.

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Rome bike tour

The Heart of Rome: Colosseo, Piazza Venezia, Piazza Colonna, Piazza di Pietra, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Piazza del Popolo, Piazza di Spagna, Fontana di Trevi.

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The Archaeological Area of Ostia

The archaeological area of Ostia Antica is of paramount importance for scholars and archaeologists as it is, together with Pompei, one of the rare examples of a well preserved Roman town.

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Tivoli: the Hadrian Villa and Villa d'Este

Just a few miles away from Rome we will discover places that have a lot of stories to tell.
Hadrian Villa was far more than a residence. It rather was a city reflecting the outstanding diversities of the Roman Empire. The Emperor wanted this place to be his peaceful refuge, away from the political affairs of Rome and where he could express his love for travelling and arts. It was meant to be a place where he could spend hours in thought.
In the very heart of Tivoli, we can also find the extraordinary Villa D’Este and its gardens. A green fantasy of gods and goddesses, tritons and dashing steeds, set among wild rocks, wind-blown trees and a glistening cascades of water are an awe-inspiring sight.

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Bracciano and its lake

The beauty of nature and landscape, the historical and cultural heritage with its archaeological and artistic richness: these are the ingredients that made Bracciano Lake a major attraction for tourists from all over the world.



Roma by night: a walk from Piazza Navona to Piazza di Spagna

Piazza di Spagna - Via Condotti - Fontana dei Trevi - Piazza Colonna - Piazza Montecitorio - Tempio di Adriano - Piazza Sant’Ignazio - Piazza della Minerva - Pantheon - Piazza Navona.

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Roma by night: a walk from the Roman Forum to Portico d'Ottavia

Piazza Navona - Campo de' Fiori - Piazza Farnese - Piazza dei Satiri - Il Ghetto e il Portico d’Ottavia Teatro di Marcello e Piazza del Campidoglio con vista sul Foro Romano.

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Rome by night: Colosseo and Campidoglio

Piazza del Colosseo - Arco di Costantino - Via dei Fori Imperiali - Piazza Venezia - Piazza del Campidoglio con vista sul Foro Romano.

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The best of Rome

An itinerary that will lead you through the most suggestive landmarks of the Eternal City, from Isola Tiberina to the Quattro Fiumi Fountain.

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The Capuchin Crypt

The Capuchin Crypt is a small area consisting of several tiny chapels located beneath the church of Santa Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini on Via Veneto, near Piazza Barberini. It contains the skeletal remains of 4,000 bodies believed to be Capuchin friars buried by their order. The Catholic order insists that the display is not meant to be macabre, but a silent reminder of the swift passage of life on Earth and our own mortality.

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Guided tour at St Clement’s Basilica and the Mithraic Area

St Clement's Basilica will allow us to go back to the past, up to Roman times by visiting its three levels built one on top of the other. Starting from the twelfth-century Basilica we'll go down to the fourth-century church to finally get to the first-century Roman dwellings.

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