Meet Rome from a different corner on this underground tour.
Learn all about the piazza's Navona original use, before descending to the most important stadium of the Roman Republic. Commissioned by Emperor Titus Flavius Domitianus in around 80 AD, the stadium was primarily used for athletic contests. Walk trought the streets of Rome all the way to the Pantheon, temple to all the gods of Rome. Explore the original street level of Ancient Rome at the ruins of Hadrian's Temple. Below ground you will be able to see evidence of streets from centuries gone by. Continue to the Trevi Fountain and throw a coin in the fountain, where you can enjoy in the vivid atmosphere.
Cross Piazza di Trevi to enter the Vicus Caprarius, which emerged during the renovation of the Trevi Cinema. Explore the Roman insula, consisting of a "block" divided into independent units, surrounded by the walls of today’s Via di S.Vincenzo and Via del Lavatore. Learn all aout the history and how in ancient times, the area was a swamp, before playing a part in the construction of the Virgo aqueduct in the time of Agrippa.
It is interesting tha aqueduct still supplies the fountains of Rome’s historic center, including the Trevi Fountain.