See Michelangelo's Pieta illuminated
Rome By Night - Bus & Walking Tour by kirkandmimi
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Rome By Night - Bus & Walking Tour



See the city light up on a night tour of Rome with a bus tour to the main sights, like the Coliseum, then a walking tour of the Trevi Fountain area


  • Motorcoach panoramic tour
  • Professional guide
  • Walking tour of Trevi Fountain
  • The Colosseum by night
  • Castel Sant'Angelo and St. Peter's Basilica illuminated
  • Walking tour of Trastevere
  • Audio headsets
  • Centrally located meeting point


  • Transport
  • Guided tour
  • Walking tour
  • Headset


  • Optional gratuites

Please Note

  • The tour starts at 8:45 pm until October. From November to April starts at 08:00 pm
  • The meeting point is at the Gray Line-I Love Rome office in via Vittorio Emanuele Orlando 95, opposite the Grand Hotel, Metro A Line, Repubblica stop.
  • Reach the meeting point no later than 15 minutes before the tour starts.
  • This activity involves a good amount of walking .
  • The visit ends at your hotel or nearby.
  • Tour in Spanish available only on 07-08-09-10-22-23/12/2017 and 06-07/01/2018

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3.8 / 5   overall customer review rating
Jul 12 2016
Our tour guide repeated his information in both English and Spanish. The tour would have been better if the groups would have been separated into the common languages to provide more time for the guide to provide information.
reviewed by a Gray Line customer
Feb 16 2016
The narrator was knowledgable and enthusiastic. I thought it was going to be an open air bus though - making that clearer would be helpful.
reviewed by a Gray Line customer
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Get on board with us! Enjoy a relaxing panoramic tour of Rome by motor coach and discover the magical charm of the most famous monuments illuminated at night. It’s a special sight to see these important monuments under another light.

Get ready for a walking tour around Trevi Fountain area: this amazing fountain, designed by Italian architect Nicola Salvi in the 18th Century, is supplied by the Aqua Vergine acqueduct, one of the acqueducts that supplied Ancient Rome with water. In most recent years, Trevi Fountain was the imposing set for the Oscar winning movie by Fellini “La Dolce Vita”, icon of the Italian sixties and beloved by visitors for the coin throwing tradition, to ensure a future visit to Rome.

After this stop jump again on the bus for your panoramic sight of Piazza Venezia, Lungotevere and St Peter's Basilica beautifully illuminated at night, then head to Trastevere, the lively area of Rome beloved by roman citizens as an easy-going place to spend a night.

Have a nice walking in the narrow streets and piazzas of Trastevere area and admire from outside the beautiful Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere, background of the main square.

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