Things to do in Ponte Brolla

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Rome: Paranormal Night Walking Tour & Secret Backstreets

1. Rome: Paranormal Night Walking Tour & Secret Backstreets

Join our tour for a nighttime adventure through the eerie streets of Rome where crowds of ghosts of emperors, popes and artists come out and haunt the city. You will hear about ghosts, gruesome executions, murders, and all the legends and ghost stories that keep Roman kids up at night. The guide will take you to secret backstreets and hidden corners of the Eternal City, on the tracks left by old ghosts and mysteries. With storytelling, English-speaking guide, groups of no more than 12 people, and a beautiful stroll through narrow streets between the grand monuments and opulent churches, this tour is sure to leave you even more fascinated by Rome. This tour is not for the faint of heart as you may come face to face with a ghost or, if you’re lucky, even more than one!

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What people are saying about Ponte Brolla

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 11 reviews

My daughters and I really enjoyed this tour (but then we are a weird little family who likes murder, mystery and ghost stories). Ben is 100% what makes this tour 5 stars - he’s a great story teller with a good sense of humour. Really interesting to hear history from a dark point of view. Not as scary as the write up makes it sound! If you like the darker side of history, definitely a must do!

Had a great time on this tour, the guide was very knowledgeable and made the tour both entertaining and informative. I got to see parts of Rome I never would have went to while learning about things that aren't in an average tour. Highly recommend!

We had an amazing time on Ben’s tour. Lots of great facts and information. He was a great tour guide, really kept it interesting. Would recommend!!!

Excellent guide Delilah. We all reslly enjoyed it, including our 16 year old daughter too.

A genuinely interesting and informative guide from a likeable host.