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Trevi Fountain Tours

Unearth the secrets of the Trevi Fountain on guided tours. Discover the history and local myths of this baroque masterpiece. Don't leave without tossing a coin for luck! Choose from Rome's best attractions with our Trevi Fountain-centered options.
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2 or 2.5-hour walking tour (as per option selected)

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Stephen

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The 2 tours gave a great insight into how Rome developed and the transitions over time. The ticketing experience was not ideal as the redemption process was not clear and we did not understand the Trevi underground was a timed entry. All worked fine though in the end.
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A parte qualche problema con l'appuntamento, e la scarsa chiarezza delle informazioni che ci ha fatto perdere un po' di tempo, i luoghi visitati sono fastastici e assolutamente da non perdere! Soprattutto Fontana di Trevi sotterranea!!
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We were pleased to find only small groups were allowed in the experience, at any one time. Whilst it's called 'behind the Trevi,' it's not actually behind the fountain. The site, for us, was more interesting as it showed dwellings of people living in the area & renovations too. The audio hand set was highly informative & allowed us to understand the history of the site. The artifacts on display were wonderful. All-in- all we spent a wonderful hour
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Interesting experience. I was not familiar with the underground of the Trevi Fountain. They can be visited in half an hour. They give audioguide included in the price of the visit and it is very useful
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Trevi Fountain Tours Guide

Rome, the capital of Italy, is sprinkled with beautiful sculptures and fountains; but one of the best fountains here is the stunning Trevi Fountain! A visit to Rome is incomplete without making a wish at the beautiful Trevi fountain.The first step in planning your visit to Trevi Fountain is choosing the right tour. Here are all the Trevi Fountain tour options that you can choose from.  
Trevi Fountain is one of the best attractions in Rome. Apart from admiring the Trevi Fountain statues, make a wish at the fountain as well. You can choose from underground tours or guided walking tours of the Trevi Fountain region.   
If you want to explore and learn about the history of Rome, then go for underground tours of the Trevi Fountain region. Not only will you get access to the area beneath the famous squares in Rome, but you will also discover the artifacts that were uncovered during archaeological excavations. 

Recommended Experiences

Delve deeper into the history of Rome as you explore some of its most famous sites such as the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, and Piazza Navona. The best way to explore Rome is by walking through the city and its historic squares, and these tours allow you to do just that!  

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If you are on a budget 

The best option for you would be the guided tours of the Trevi Fountain and its surrounding area. With these tickets, not only will you explore ancient sites but you will also gain an in-depth understanding of the Roman empire. 

If you are looking to explore more in Rome

To make the most of your visit to Rome and explore its popular attractions, go for the guided Trevi Fountain walking tours. With these tickets, you will get to explore not only the Trevi Fountain but also other attractions such as the Piazza Navona and the Pantheon.

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What are Trevi Fountain Tours' opening hours?
The Trevi Fountain is open throughout the year. Both the Touristation office and the Navona Square Underground are open every day from 10 AM to 6 PM. The Trevi District underground is open from 11 AM to 5:30 PM from Tuesday to Friday. On Saturday and Sunday, the Trevi District underground is open from 11 AM to 7 PM. 
When is Trevi Fountain closed?
The Trevi Fountain is open throughout the year, but the Trevi District underground remains closed on Mondays. 
What is the best time to go for a Trevi Fountain Tours?
The best time to go for Trevi Fountain Tours is early morning at around 9 am.
How long is a Trevi Fountain tour?
A Trevi Fountain tour will take you around 2.5 hours.
Where is Trevi Fountain located?
Trevi Fountain is located at Piazza di Trevi, 00187 Roma RM, Italy. The Piazza Poli and Spanish Steps are some of the landmarks near the Trevi Fountain. 
How do I get to Trevi Fountain?
You can travel to Trevi Fountains by bus, metro, or tram. The closest bus stops to Trevi fountains are Corso, Minghetti, and Trinita dei Monti. Bus numbers 62, 63, and 83 can help you get to Trevi Fountain. Take metro line A to Battistini and get off at the Barberini station, the Trevi fountain is a short walk away from the station. The Piazza Venezia tram station is the closest station to the Trevi Fountain is Piazza Venezia which can be found on line number 8. The Trevi fountain is only 900 meters away from here. 
Can I take the metro to Trevi Fountain?
Yes, you can take the metro to Trevi Fountain. Take Metro line A from Battistini from the Roma Termini station and get off at Barberini. The Trevi Fountain is only a short walk from the station. 
Can I take the bus to Trevi Fountains?
Yes, you can take the bus to Trevi Fountain. The closest bus stops to the Trevi Fountain location are Corso, Minghetti, and Trinita dei Monti. Bus numbers 62, 63, and 83 plies on these routes and will help you reach Trevi Fountain.
How long does it take to get from the Spanish Steps to the Trevi Fountain?
The Spanish Steps are only 800 meters away from the Trevi Fountain. You can either walk to the Spanish Steps or reach them by car.
How long does it take to get from the Roman Pantheon to Trevi Fountain?
The Pantheon is only 650 meters away from the Trevi Fountain. The best way to reach Trevi Fountain from the Pantheon is by foot. The Trevi fountain is only a 7-minute walk away from the Roman Pantheon.
Are Trevi Fountain Tours wheelchair accessible?
Most Trevi Fountain tours are wheelchair accessible. However, the Best of Rome: Walking Tour with Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain & Pantheon tour experience is not accessible for wheelchair users or people with reduced mobility. 
Is a storage facility available at Trevi Fountain?
There is no storage facility at the Trevi Fountain. However, you can leave your luggage and belongings at your hotel or at the storage areas in railway stations.
Is photography permitted at Palazzo Madama?
Except in temporary exhibition venues, photography for personal use is permitted without the use of a flash, a tripod, or camera extension rods. Without permission from the museum, no pictures may be reproduced or sold.
Is photography permitted on Trevi Fountain Tours?
Yes, photography is permitted on the Trevi Fountain tours.
Are outside food and drinks permitted inside Trevi Fountain?
You cannot carry outside food and drinks when visiting Trevi Fountain. But the Guided walking tour with Trevi Fountain & Piazza Navona experience includes a small coffee or gelato break in the ticket.
What are my dining options on a Trevi Fountain Tour?
Only the Guided walking tour with Trevi Fountain & Piazza Navona experience includes a small coffee or gelato break. Some of the dining options near Trevi Fountain are Melograno, Pizza in Trevi, and Al Picchio.
Are return transfers included in my Trevi Fountain Tour?
All Trevi Fountain tours are walking tours, so no return transfers are included in the Trevi Fountain tour tickets. 
Is there a dress code to visit Trevi Fountain?
There is no dress code for visiting the Trevi Fountain. But if you are visiting the Pantheon and other churches as a part of the Trevi Fountain tours, then we recommend you wear clothes that cover your knees, shoulders, and back.
After you are done exploring Trevi Fountain through underground tours or guided walking tours, take some time out to visit these attractions that are located near Trevi Fountain. 

Palazzo Poli 

The Palazzo Poli is the building on which the Trevi Fountain rests. The Trevi Fountain was built on the rear façade of the Poli Palace. Commissioned by the Duke of Ceris, Palazzo Poli was designed by Martino Longhi The Elder. Today, the Palazzo Poli has been converted into the headquarters of the Central Institute of Graphics. 

Fountain Iconography and Sculptures 

Learn about the iconography and sculptures of the Trevi Fountain when you visit this famous fountain in Rome. Each of the Trevi Fountain statues tells a story that is rooted in Roman mythology and history. Be it the central statue of Oceanus or the adjacent statues of Abundance and Health, the Trevi fountain legend is worth learning about. 

Coin Throwing

Coin throwing at the Trevi Fountain is a must-do activity for visitors! According to the Trevi Fountain legend, if you throw one coin into the fountain you will return to Rome someday. Tossing a second coin into the fountain means that you will find love in Rome and a third coin toss means that you will be happily married there. 

Vicus Caprarius (Underground Aqueducts)

The Vicus Caprarius, located just below the street level near the Trevi Fountain, is one of the best-kept secrets of Rome. Also known as the ‘City of Water,’ the Vicus Caprarius was discovered in 1999 and holds the remains of a vast building complex that was transformed into a domus of the ancient Roman bourgeoisie in the fourth century. 

Piazza Navona 

The Piazza Navona is one of the most beautiful squares that is located in the heart of Rome. Over here you can see the famous ‘La Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi’ or the Fountain of Four Rivers. The statues that make up this fountain represent the Donau, Ganges, Nile, and Rio de la Plata rivers. 
The city of Rome has innumerable fountains and sculptures that are worth visiting. Here are some of the top attractions that you can see in Rome.

Colosseum 

The Colosseum is one of the top attractions in Rome and Colosseum tickets are the best way to see this monument. Standing four stories tall, the Colosseum could host around 50,000 spectators, and it was famously used for gladiatorial combat during the peak of the Roman Empire. 

Vatican Tickets 

The Vatican city is the largest religious building in the world and one of the most famous sacred places for Christians. Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Vatican City is home to the gorgeous St. Peter’s Basilica. With the right Vatican city tickets, you can explore and learn about this famous attraction.  

Borghese Gallery 

The Borghese Gallery is one of the most famous art galleries in the world. Located in Rome, the gallery is housed in the former Villa Borghese Pinciana. At the Borghese Gallery, you can admire sculptures, paintings, and other antiquities that form a considerable part of the Borghese collection that was started by Cardinal Scipione Borghese. Learn more with Borghese Gallery tickets.    

Rome Pantheon

The Rome Pantheon is believed to have been built by Marcus Agrippa in 27 BC. Originally built in the classical temple architectural style, the Rome Pantheon is known for its humongous size, excellent construction, and extraordinary design. Choose from a variety of Roman Pantheon ticket options to explore this attraction in Rome. 

Castel Sant Angelo

The Castel Sant'Angelo dates back to the second century. Originally built as a mausoleum on the orders of Emperor Hadrian, the Castel Sant’Angelo came into the limelight due to the film adaptation of Dan Brown’s famous novel ‘Angels and Demons.’ In the film, the Castel Sant’Angelo was shown as a hideout for the Illuminati. With Castel Sant’Angelo tickets, you can discover the fascinating history of this mausoleum.   

Are Trevi Fountain tickets available online now?

Yes, Trevi Fountain tickets are available online. It's a good idea to book your tickets for the Trevi Fountain tours online so that you can choose the best ticket deal and choose the day and time slot that works best for you. 

What are the different types of Trevi Fountain tickets and tours?

You can choose from underground tours or guided walking tours of the Trevi Fountain region. The underground tours take you on a guided tour of the area under the Piazza Navona and an archaeological site near the Trevi Fountain region. In the guided walking tour options, a tour guide accompanies you as you walk through the famous squares of Rome and explore places such as Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, and the Rome Pantheon.

Are discounts available on Trevi Fountain Tours?

No discounts are available on Trevi Fountain Tours but you get 5% cashback if you book the Best of Rome: Walking Tour with Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain & Pantheon experience.

Is skip-the-line entry included in my Trevi Fountain Tours?

Skip-the-line entry is not included in your Trevi Fountain tour tickets.

Are guided Trevi Fountain Tours tours available?

Yes, guided Trevi Fountain Tours are available. You can choose from guided underground tours or guided walking tours. By booking a guided tour of Trevi Fountain, an expert guide will accompany you throughout your visit and share some interesting facts and history about the places you visit. If you want to explore and learn about the Roman empire, these tickets are the best option for you.

What are Trevi Fountain Tours' opening hours?

Trevi Fountain is open all year round. But the timings of some attractions included in your tour tickets vary. The Touristation Office and the Navona Square underground remain open every day from 10 AM to 6 PM. The Trevi District underground area is open from 11 AM to 5:30 PM from Tuesday to Friday. On Saturday and Sunday, this area is open from 11 AM to 7 PM.

How do I get to Trevi Fountain Tours?

By MetroThe largest most well-connected railway station in Rome is the Roma Termini. To get to the Trevi Fountain, take metro line A to  Battistini and get off at Barberini. The Trevi Fountain region is just a few minutes walk from here. 
By Bus: The closest bus stops to the Trevi Fountain region are Corso, Minghetti, and Trinita dei Monti. Bus numbers 62, 63, and 83 will help you reach Trevi Fountain. 
By Tram: The closest tram station to the Trevi Fountain is Piazza Venezia which is located on line 8. The fountain is only 900 meters away from here.

What is the best time to visit Trevi Fountain?

The best time to visit the Trevi Fountain would be early morning at 9 am. During this time the Trevi Fountain is less crowded, so you can easily explore the Trevi Fountain region. Plan your visit during the off-peak season that lasts from September to November to enjoy a hassle-free visit to the Trevi Fountain.

Are Trevi Fountain Tours wheelchair accessible?

Most Trevi Fountain tours are wheelchair accessible, but the Best of Rome: Walking Tour with Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain & Pantheon tour experience is not accessible for wheelchair users. 

How long does it take to get from the Spanish Steps to the Trevi Fountain?

The Spanish Steps are only 800 meters away from the Trevi Fountain. It’ll take you 8 minutes by foot to reach Trevi Fountain from the Spanish Steps. 

How long does it take to get from the Roman Pantheon to Trevi Fountain?

The Rome Pantheon is 650 meters from the Trevi Fountain. A short 7-minute walk will help you reach the Trevi Fountain from the Rome Pantheon. 

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