The Not So Romantic Bridge
The Ponte Sisto is Rome’s most romantic bridge but if you visit at sunrise local legend says you’ll see a ghost carriage charging towards you – the so-called female Pope trying once again to flee the city with the church’s gold.
In a city as ancient as Rome every stone has a story to tell, every building has a history. And in a city that survived the Middle Ages and the Inquisition, those stories can be dark and sinister, a world away from the tales told by other tour guides on other tours.
Explore Rome's UnderworldWhen the sun sets on Rome, another side of the city comes to life, an older and more mysterious Rome where fact & legend are intertwined to stimulate the imagination as much as the eye…
Join us on our adventure through the dark heart of Rome, visiting the piazzas where heretics were slow-roasted, the home of a dedicated executioner and the building where Rome’s most notorious mass murderer worked.
Learn the Supernatural Tales
Hear the legends and ghost stories that keep Roman kids up at night as your guide brings the Eternal City’s most enthralling historical and supernatural mysteries to life in a highly entertaining and informative night walking tour that is unlike any other.
Please note that from August 6th, 2021, all public venues in Italy will require visitors above the age of 12 years old to present valid ID and certification proving that you have either:
- Been vaccinated with an EMA or AIFA approved vaccine (Comirnaty by Pfizer-BioNtech, Vaxzevria by Astrazeneca, Janssen by Johnson & Johnson and Moderna);
- Been tested (PCR or antigen) with a negative result within the last 48hrs;
- Recovered from COVID-19, attested by a PCR or antigen test result, at least 15 days and no more than six months old;
The certification will only be accepted if issued by an approved issuing body of the following countries: EU, Schengen Zone, Canada, Israel, Japan, United Kingdom, and the USA, in either digital or paper format. They must be presented in Italian, English, French, or Spanish. For more information, please refer to the following website: https://www.dgc.gov.it/