Descend beneath Rome and see an archaeological site which dates back to the former empire. Touring 9 meters beneath the city's surface, you'll encounter archaeological evidence of the great events that characterized this great city’s history.
Everyone knows the famous Trevi Fountain, less well known is the underground passages that stretch beneath the Trevi district.
After you've thrown a coin into the Trevi fountain, you might think about your
wish for a moment or two before moving on. Modern Rome was built on the back
of its empire, and you'll discover how literal that is on this guided tour
beneath Trevi. Nine meters beneath the streets, extending from Via San
Vincenzo to Vicolo Puttarello, you'll discover ruins that date all the way
back to ancient Rome. You'll also get a handy audio guide app featuring three
On a journey backward in time, it is possible to touch Rome’s millennial stratification and observe the archaeological evidence of the great events that characterised the city’s history, from the realisation of Aqua Virgo to the fire of Nero, from the sack of Alarico to the siege of the Goths.
City APP Audioguide
25 minutes Ancient Rome Multimedia Video
Guided tour if option selected