Your night in Rome starts at the Colosseum, where you'll meet your guide and set off on your evening walking tour.
Built to hold approximately 80,000 people, this legendary amphitheatre was the site of gladiator competitions, executions, ceremonies and re-enactments of mythological tales. Walk around the exterior with your guide, who explains the Colosseum’s architecture and history.
Head to Capitoline Hill and the Roman Forum, where you can wander by the ancient ruins of the Roman Empire. Hear from your guide about the markets, political rallies, trials and other events that once took place here many centuries ago before.
As the city begins to light up for the night, head toward the Pantheon, one of Rome’s most historical attractions that dates back to the reign of Augustus and was rebuilt around 126 AD. Then walk over to the Trevi Fountain, a beloved landmark and one of the city’s most popular photo ops.
Your tour ends at Navona Square (Piazza Navona), from where you can continue the rest of your night out in Rome on your own.