Trastevere And Villa Farnesina Private Walking Tour - Rome

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Duration: 3 Hrs
  • Departure Time :
    9.30 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Trilussa Square, at the Trilussa fountain
  • Return Details :
    Villa Farnesina
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable


This Private walking Tour allows you to discover the most typical Rome district together with an insight on Raffaello best works preserved in Villa Farnesina, just nearby Trastevere.This is a 3 hours tour, where you will be led by a private guide, willing to recount you all the anecdotes about this historical locations and its main highlights as the Basilica of St. Mary of Church and more!

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You will meet your private guide at the very center of Trastevere District, in Trilussa Square. This place is dedicated to a famous roman poet called Trilussa infact in this square you will find a statue depicting him just next to a poem written by himself.

From there you will proceed towards the Basilica of St. Mary of Church, walking on the cobblestones and along roman most loved restaurants and pubs by locals.

You will reach the Basilica and through the explanation of your guide you will know all the secret about the Church and its beautiful golden mosaics dated back to the 13th century.

You will then stop at Villa Farnesina, the palce where Raffaello masterpieces will take your breath away for sure! This elegant building is well organized between its interior and exterior.


  • Private licensed guide for 3 hours


  • Gratuities (recommended)
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Tickets for Villa Farnesina

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Adult pricing applies to all travelers

A moderate amount of walking is involved

Not wheelchair accessible

Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately

Suggestion: bring a scarf with you in case you decide to visit the church of St Mary in Trastevere. For religious sites, shoulders and knees must be covered.