When in Rome you should not forget to schedule a walking tour in Trastevere.

One of the most popular destinations in town, both for its narrow alleys and for the squares that like S. Maria in Trastevere and Trilussa are among the most characteristic ones in Rome.

We will walk where the Jewish community first settled in Rome to end in the Tiberine Island to enjoy the spectacular monuments and ancient bridges.

People living in this are locals proud to be seven generations Roman citizen.

That’s why Trastevere loves maintaining the old traditions and that’s why Restaurants and Osterie here always have homemade and typical Roman Cuisine.

Come and…taste our district.


Roma tour suggests you to wear comfortable shoes and take a scarf with you to cover your shoulders when entering the churches.


The Walking Tour lasts 3 hours and here’s what you will see: