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Rome Free Walking Tour

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Campo Marzio
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Address: Piazza di Spagna, 00100 Rome, Italy
Phone Number:
+39 389 005 1453

   We are a group of licensed and expert tour guides and we offer...

   We are a group of licensed and expert tour guides and we offer free walking tours through the Eternal City.All of us are local guides and all have a University Degree in History of Art or Archeology.Our Meeting PointCOLUMN of the IMMACULATE • Piazza di SpagnaWe offer three different tours in English and Spanish everyday, plus a special tour in French on Friday.All tours start whatever the weather and last about 2 hours. No reservations required, just show up at our meeting point.Tours are free – we work based on your tips, onlyOur commitment is to offer everyone the chance to enjoy Rome, no matter the budget, with the best tours!

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I attended both tours one in the morning (towards the Vatican), the other in the afternoon of the same day (towards the colosseum). A great way to see the city, with staff who are... read more

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Sheffield, United Kingdom

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Sheffield, United Kingdom
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21 reviews
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Reviewed yesterday NEW

I attended both tours one in the morning (towards the Vatican), the other in the afternoon of the same day (towards the colosseum). A great way to see the city, with staff who are interested in telling you as much as possible about the city, and willing to answer questions as you go about places to eat/see, giving hints/tips about... More 

1 Thank PurpleTeapot
Hamburg, Germany
1 review
Reviewed 1 week ago

As it was unclear to me at which time the tour would take place on holidays, I politely asked through an e-mail. As first e-mail I got a standard that contradicted the information on the homepage, so I asked again. They didn't answer my question, instead just complained very rudely I wouldn't read the text properly, in a very rude... More 

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illol, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Rome Free Walking Tour, responded to this review

We apologize if we seemed unpolite and unfriendly but we answered 4 times (you always asked the same thing) giving you the information about holidays timing and sending you the screen shot of the website to show you that the information were the same on the email and on the website. We were not rude but if you think we... More 

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3 reviews
3 attraction reviews
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We joined both free tour with Luca and definitely it was worth it. I have done free tours in many cities in Europe and Luca is one of the best guides ever, liked it a lot. Always willing to answer any doubt, thanks a lot.

1 Thank Marcelo O
Columbus, Ohio
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186 reviews
130 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 56 helpful votes
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went to the meeting place 15 minutes before the meeting time, met a couple who were there for a second day trying to find these folks. We were there a half hour, the four of us looking for the guide. Don't say you are going to be there if you aren't. Had an amazing tour with romes ultimate free... More 

1 Thank Fittorun
illol, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Rome Free Walking Tour, responded to this review

We are very sorry for the inconvenience but probably you went for a tour with another company (sometimes people write the reviews in the wrong page... there are other free tours in Rome ) or you went for the tour in the WRONG day. We DON'T have ANY tour on SUNDAY AFTERNOON. We start every day at the timing indicated... More 

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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 4 helpful votes
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This tour takes you through Rome while unfolding the different layers of history that this amazing city hides beneath magnificence. The tour guide was passionate about his job and encouraged you to ask questions about the tour. The tour lasts for about 3 hours with a gellato break in between. The tour guide specially emphasizes on the parts of town... More 

3 Thank Mohib M
london, UK
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87 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 146 helpful votes
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We booked ourselves onto the free walking tour (you defo need to book, don't just turn up) and had Flaminia as our guide. She was brilliant, a local with a lot of knowledge both historical and cultural. What made it great was that she was also funny! We learnt loads about Rome and local life and it wasn't too rushed... More 

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Liverpool, United Kingdom
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 29 helpful votes
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I took part in both of the tours on separate days and I learnt a lot from both tours. Both of my guides were full of enthusiasm and really went out of their way to make sure we had a good time, I preferred the Colosseum tour out of the two because ancient Rome facinates me and it finishes at... More 

1 Thank Matthew23LFC
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 1 helpful vote
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I took the Vatican tour with Federica in english. She was beyond great because you can tell she really knows and loves her city, certainly proud and passionate of being Roman and realistic and objective as an Italian. Super funny, beautiful, always smiling and sarcastic, the tour was full of good historic info mixed with contemporary and daily italian data... More 

1 Thank Bruno W
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 2 helpful votes
Reviewed 15 March 2017

It was a great tour, and we really learn a lot from our guide.This is a good chance for all tourist to meet Rome.

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Reviewed 9 March 2017 via mobile

I had read some good reviews so my expectations were high but I think we were unlucky with our draw of the guide. Alessandra was pleasant but it felt more like a friend showing us around rather than an informed guide. We left the Spanish Steps and I knew all about which fashion brands had sponsored the cleaning of the... More 

4 Thank Jordi M

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