Self-guided audio tour in Rome

Available tours in and around Rome

How it Works

  • 1.

    Find your audio guide

    Select your Country - City - Tour
  • 2.

    Choose the number of participants

    Solo €9,95 / Duo €17,50 / Group(3-6) €25,00
  • 3.

    Receive a confirmation mail

    In the mail is a link to the app and an access code
  • 4.

    On the day of your walk, activate the tour

    You've got untill the next day to enjoy all the sightings and listen to the stories of the virtual audio guide, so plenty of time to have a drink, take a break or visit a museum.
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Walking tour with audio guide in Rome

The city where history comes back to life and where you can be seduced by the most beautiful monuments and sculptures, Rome has something for everyone. Walking through Rome is like walking through a huge open-air museum, a new surprise awaits after every corner. With beautiful sights from the Colosseum to the Trevi Fountain, Rome is a city not to be missed. Upon arrival in the city, you will immediately be enchanted by the impressive stories and the extraordinary Roman past.

- The most beautiful walking routes and greatest stories

- Unexpected discoveries

- Personal virtual audio guide in 7 languages

- Guided route via GPS

- Walk at your own pace

Things to do in Rome

Rome has a lot to offer, so a virtual audio guide is a wonderful way to get to know the city in a unique way.


If you want to visit all the sights during a city break in Rome, you will probably run out of time. Here you will find the most beautiful churches, squares, fountains and buildings. For example, Rome is known for the impressive Colosseum, but the Pantheon, the Spanish Steps and squares like Piazza Navona and Piazza del Popolo are also extremely popular. You can see Roman history or Italian folk character reflected in just about every monument. Do you want to go back in history? Then pay a visit to the unique Forum Romanum where you will find all kinds of excavations of the ancient centre of the Roman empire.

Vatican City

In the middle of Rome, you will find the smallest independent state in the world, the Vatican City. Also called Stato della Citta del Vaticano by Italians. Although Vatican City is very small, there are plenty of attractions here that demand your attention. For instance, Vatican City features the largest church in the world, St Peter's Basilica. In front of the basilica, you will find St Peter's Square, which has become incredibly famous because of the Pope's speeches. Moreover, in Vatican City you will find the Vatican Museums, which attract millions of visitors every year. Here, in particular, you can admire the magnificent art collection and especially the Sistine Chapel.

Museums in Rome

Rome is home to numerous impressive museums and art galleries. Besides the Vatican Museums, you can also visit Galleria Borghese. This is one of the most famous and prestigious museums in the world, with sculptures by Bernini and Canova, among others. The Capitoline Museums are also very interesting. In fact, these are Rome's most important municipal museum.


Rome is not lacking in cosiness either. The working-class district of Trastevere is also considered the most convivial district in Rome. With its picturesque squares, narrow alleys and medieval houses, this district is a real hotspot, especially at night. Here you will find many excellent restaurants and everywhere you look you will see bright lights which create an atmospheric feeling. Moreover, here you will find one of the tastiest ice cream parlours in Rome!

In the end, all roads lead to Rome. Rome is the ideal city for a city break and to get a good overview of all the sights, an audio tour of the city is an excellent idea. Walk at your own pace and listen to all the stories communicated by the virtual audio guide.