Spøkelses- og mysterievandring i Roma
Head along the Corso Vittorio to the beautiful yet mysterious Campo de' Fiori. This ancient town square has been a vibrant center of commerce and culture since the 13th century, but illuminated under the cover of dusk, it takes on an altogether more sinister feel. Listen as your guide talks of the ghostly goings-on to which the Campo de' Fiori has played host over the centuries.
Wander through the impressive Piazza Farnese, home to city highlights such as the 16th-century Palazzo Farnese — considered by many to be among the most important High Renaissance palaces in Rome. Cross the Tiber River towards the church of Santa Maria dell'Orazione e Morte and admire the elegant Ponte Sisto, beautifully lit against the darkness of night.
Discover the site of the ancient Corte Savella Prison, where late-Renaissance noblewoman Beatrice Cenci was unfairly put to death for her father’s murder in the 16th century. It is said that in early September each year — on the anniversary of her torture and death — her ghost can still be heard vainly appealing for justice to finally be served.
Explore the Via dei Banchi Vecchi and the Via del Banco di Santo Spirito with your guide, and arrive before the imposing Castel Sant’Angelo — commissioned by the Roman Emperor Hadrian as a private mausoleum from 123 AD. Once a fortress, Papal residence and prison, the Castel Sant’Angelo is shrouded in mystery and legend.
After 1.5 hours exploring the winding alleyways through Rome’s ancient heart, your tour will conclude at Castel Sant'Angelo.
- Professional guide
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
We loved this tour. Tour guide was knowledgeable and interesting. My feet hurt from the day of walking but all forgotten because of the tour.
Matteo was a great tour guide. Interesting and informative. Teen daughter enjoyed this tour the best.
It was a good tour, but we were a bit disappointed. May be we had too high expectations. The guide was trying his best to keep us engaged. But the content or the storuea in itselfi were not too horrifying or scary. It was okiesh, not too bad not too good.
Max was a fantastic guide on the night tour of Rome. His stories kept our groups' interest, with the perfect blend of history and mystery. Truly an enjoyable evenin!
Fab tour and a different way to see Rome! Excellent tour guide and good English speaking. Would recommend to anybody looking for 'not your average tour'
Good Fun and a different view of this great city
Very disappointing. A lot of walking for very little stories. The few stories we heard were out of any high school history course. Would avoid this tour.
Our tour guide, Blitch, was fantastic. We can't say enough good things about him. . He was knowledgeable, informative and highly entertaining. The tour was a great introduction to Rome and took us to places we would have never seen. To top it off, Blitch is a native New Yorker who used to live a few block from us! What a small world!
What a great,walking tour during the night time. Our guide,from NY,(can’t recall his name) made the walk, the stories and the history all interesting and kept you engaged Highly recommend!
We loved our tour with Manny! He was funny, told interesting stories and we really enjoyed the evening!