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Trevi Fountain Pantheon and Piazza Navona Tour for Kids and Families

  • Beat the crowds when you explore Rome on a small-group tour
  • Morning or afternoon departure times are available for your convenience
  • See Roman highlights like the Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, and more
Trevi Fountain Pantheon and Piazza Navona Tour for Kids and Families
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2 hours Trevi Fountain Pantheon and Piazza Navona Tour for Kids and Families, departure at 10 am
Small Group Tour at 2 pm
2 hours Trevi Fountain Pantheon and Piazza Navona Tour for Kids and Families, departure at 2 pm
Go on a walking tour of central Rome, soak up its atmosphere, and spot some of its most popular landmarks on this accessible, family-friendly tour. Choose from convenient morning or afternoon departure times, and meet your guide in front of the Trevi Fountain. With just a small group for company, you’ll visit the Piazza Navona, take in the Pantheon, and more. As you go, your guide will also share stories and activities designed to entertain younger visitors.
What to Expect
Meet your kids firendly guide outside the Caffè Greco on via Condotti and with the rest of your small group start an interactive and engaging tour of the city center of Rome! Discover the Spanish Steps and learn more about the history of the Trevi district and its magnificent fountain. Don’t forget to throw a coin and wish to come back to Rome! You will then see outstanding monuments as the 2000 years old Column of Marcus Aurelius, without missing the Italian House of Parliament known as Montecitorio, the Church of St. Ignatius, and a temple dedicated to the Emperor Hadrian. Get inside the Pantheon to see the largest dome ever made in the world in unreinforced concrete as well as tombs of kings and artists as Raphael. End the tour in Navona Square a former ancient Roman stadium and its impressive animals in marble. This tour is the perferct introduction to the city of Rome for the whole family!
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Marco was so great with our boys aged 5-10. They were hot and tired before we began but he had them captivated and engaged from the very beginning. Fantastic tour to find out a little more about the history of Rome.

Thank 4seatterboys
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
BEST tour! So glad we did this!

We just went on this tour two nights ago and it was the best decision ever. We flew in that same morning so my kids (8&10) were tired and distracted but wonderful Alessandra was able to keep them entertained and focused throughout the evening. She...More

Thank JFeci
Reviewed 6 July 2018
Awesome and Fun Tour for all Ages!

My family and my best friends family took this tour. Our guide was Marco. He was great!!!! It was a relaxing and fun as we walked the streets Marco challenged the kids with fun games teaching them about the Fountain and Navona! The kids were...More

Thank MelindaUrban
Reviewed 22 May 2018 via mobile
Lovely tour for kids

We were travelling with a 4 year old and a 2 year old so Rome was information overload for them and it was hard to know where best to go. The tour guide was lovely and very knowledgeable. He engaged well with the kids and...More

Thank flozzymonster
Reviewed 19 May 2018
Highly recommend

Our son was a bit tired already after a long day in Rome (our mistake), but Marco did a brilliant job to keep him engaged and exited. We, as parents, could relax and enjoy the tour, letting Marco take the lead in showing us around...More

Thank Line K
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