Underground Rome is an exclusive tour of hidden jewels of Ancient Rome, hidden beneath the worldwide famous squares and fountains.
Everyone has heard of the Trevi Fountain , but what about the underground passageways that stretch underneath them? Delve into the archaeological zone located underground and travel through time as you uncover the lost secrets in the labyrinth known as Vicus Caprarius – The City of Water.
Navona square, also known as “Square of artist” is one of the most visited places in Rome especially for Bernini’s “Four river fountain” but a few know that underneath lies incredible world of underground ruins, once well known “Stadium of Domitian”, a stadium that could have held up to 30 thousand people!
Step into this recently opened archaeological zones and witness how much sport influenced the lives of everyday Romans and learn about some of the most famous people in the history of Roman games!
Via del Corso 230 (in font of Monte Paschi di Siena)