To discover Rome is a little like reading the age of a tree. The concentric circles close to the heart unveil to us its age just like the multitude of itineraries of the Eternal City describe its history.
The imaginary journey through times begins where our culture has its roots, losing itself among the turrets and bell towers of the intervening years.
The itinerary leads us through domes and palaces of magnificent splendour and on to fountains where water and history gush forward as if eternal.
And then, finally, the most recent history of the city, celebrating a new found unity after that of the Pope’s and Caesar’s…the circle has closed.
The Following itineraries are simply a suggestion on what you should find at a 30' minute walking distance from Moses Fountain.
Fontana del tritone
Fontana di Trevi