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Dark Heart of Rome Ghost and Mystery Tour

Discover the dark side of Rome on a night-time walking tour which showcases the city's illuminated buildings whilst you are being regaled with stories and tales about the Italian capital's lesser-known history! This is a great after dinner treat...

When the sun sets over Rome, another side of the city comes to life - an older and more mysterious city where fact and legend are intertwined, stimulating the imagination as much as the eye. Discover a Rome known only to a few on this nocturnal stroll through the city's ghostly and curious sites.

Departing from Sant' Andrea Della Valle Church, walk in the shadow of sights such as the Campo de Fiori, where public executions used to take place as your guide brings the Eternal City's most enthralling historical and supernatural mysteries to life in a highly entertaining and informative manner.

Cut down the Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, and through the Piazza Farnese which dominated by fountains formed out of granite stone basins. See the Castel Sant Angelo, site of the Mausoleum of Hadrian, and walk down the Via Giulia, one of the first planning projects in Renaissance Rome.

Listen closely along the way as you hear terrifying tales and hair-raising legends which mean you'll never see the Eternal City in the same light again.

Experience Includes

  • Night-time 'Ghost and Mystery' walking tour of Rome
  • Experience the Eternal City at its most beautiful under its evening illuminations
  • See the Castel Sant' Angelo, site of Hadrian's Mausoleum and much more
  • English-speaking guide

Experience Excludes

  • Hotel pick-up and drop off
  • Optional gratuities
  • Refreshments

Departs

April to 18 November: Daily; 19 November to March: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Departure location

Tour departs from the steps of Sant'Andrea della Valle Church.

Start times

9.15pm in the Summer (April to October) and 8.00pm in the Winter (November to March).

Duration

90 minutes.