Eyes of Rome

Jogging Tour

Combine your daily workout routine with a city center guided tour

What makes this tour Special

If you ever though guided tours are boring and drowsy, this is the best alternative for you!

Don't miss the opportunity to continue your daily workout while enjoying the beauties of the most beautiful city

Take advantage of the early starting time to discover the city wonders in their calm and quiet version

What to Expect

PRIVATE TOUR

Enjoy your tour with your own private tour expert at your party's disposal only

DURATION

2 hours

START TIME

07:30

TRANSFER

Meet&Greet at your hotel/accomodation. Transfer to the tour site included

GENERIC INFORMATION

Make sure to wear comfortable running shoes!

What's Included
  • Expert and qualified private tour guide
  • Meet & greet your private guide at your hotel or accommodation
Not Included/ Optional Extras
  • Gratuities
  • Beverages

Sites you’ll visit

  • Colosseum
  • Pantheon
  • Campo de' Fiori
  • Jewish Ghetto
  • Piazza Navona
  • Spanish Steps
  • Piazza del Popolo
  • One of the new wonders of the modern world is also the largest ever Amphitheatre constructed during Ancient times was built with Volcanic rock mixed with brick and held an estimated 50-80 thousand people. It was a real hub of entertainment in central Rome, with regular shows, animal hunts and gladiatorial battles. Races were not held within the Colosseum due to the nearby Circo Massimo race track.
  • The Pantheon, a former Roman temple, is located within central Rome, within walking distance to other well known sites as Navona Square and the Trevi Fountain. Now a functional church, it is the burial place for many Resniense masters such as Raphael as well as 2 kings of Italy. The monument is very unique with a circular, Oculus roof allowing sunlight and even rain into the beautiful church. The original building was constructed almost 2000 years ago and Michelangelo was noted as saying that the design is of Angels and cannot be of human concept.
  • The area of the famous flower market derives its name from being once a field of flowers, paved in 1456 under Pope Callistus III. Public executions took place in this square, which is nowadays commemorated by the impressive statue of Giordano Bruno, the Italian philosopher burnt at the stake in 1600 for heresy. The place is today very lively both during the day and by night.
  • One of the biggest and most breathtaking monuments you'll come across while walking in the Jewish Ghetto of Rome is the majestic ruins of Octavia’s Porticus. Constructed two thousand years ago under the order of Augustus, in honor of his sister Octavia, was a monumental marble area surrounded by columns and embellished by two temples dedicated to Juno and Jupiter. The frescos that are still visible today were realized centuries later, showing us how this area was continuously used over the centuries.
  • Piazza Navona is littered with Baroque masterpieces, including those of the world famous "Bernini" The area was originally used as an Athletics stadium in the year of 80 AD under Emperor Titus, which later turned into the city's market in the 1500's. The square has kept its original shape and the surrounding buildings were erected upon the ancient crowd stand foundations.
  • A picture with the Spanish Steps in the background is a must do in Rome! This modern monument was arranged three centuries ago in order to find an architectural connection between the Fountain of the Barcaccia on the street level, by Pietro Bernini, and the Renaissance church standing on the top of the slope. The Spanish Steps are unique for their unusual plan and shape designed by Alessandro Specchi and Francesco De Sanctis. Traditional icon of the Italian Dolce Vita, the Spanish Steps cannot be missed during a visit to the Eternal city.
  • Piazza del Popolo is one the most famous squares of Rome and it is clear to see why. The square is surrounded by 3 of the most beautiful churches of Rome, a large Egyptian obelisk surrounded by fountains and accessway to one of the picturesque viewpoints in Rome. You will also notice the imposing door of Rome, decorated by none other than Bernini.

Tour description

Don't give up your healthy workout routine during your stay in Rome! The Eternal City offers a unique setting to exercise and do light running. Follow your tour guide for a nice jogging session through the beautiful streets of Rome and marvel at the highlights you will see on your way. This itinerary of almost 10km will include the most significant attractions in Rome which will be explained by your expert guide. Start your jogging tour: marvel at the Colosseum, continue running along the Tiber river and reach the Pantheon. Head to the Jewish Ghetto and admire the beautiful Sinagoga and the ancient ruins. See the most charming piazzas and fountains such as Piazza Navona, Piazza del Popolo, Trevi Fountain, Campo de' Fiori and the famous Spanis Steps.

Useful information

Make sure to wear comfortable running shoes!

Cancellation Policy

Please note that Eyes of Rome® applies the following cancellation policy for the selected product:

  • Eyes of Rome operates on a Full Refund Policy of the amount paid during the booking for cancellations made with 30-days minimum notice
  • For cancellations/amendments requested from 30 to 3 days from the tour starting time, Eyes of Rome reserves the right to charge or hold from the downpayment % of your booking
  • For no shows on the day of the tour or cancellations/amendments requested less than 72 hours from the tour starting time, Eyes of Rome reserves the right to hold the amount paid during check out and charge any remaining balance for incomplete payments

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