Guided tour

Rome: Trevi Fountain and Underground Guided Tour

Activity provider: Touriks
Guided tour

Rome: Trevi Fountain and Underground Guided Tour

Activity provider: Touriks
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From US$ 37.40 per person

Likely to sell out

Explore one of the top highlights of Rome with an expert guide. Visit the Trevi Fountain and visit the ruins of the ancient aqueduct 9 meters below ground.

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Duration 40 minutes
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English, Italian, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese
Private or small groups available


  • Explore the world's most famous fountain with an expert guide
  • Discover its secrets with a fast & thorough 40-minute tour
  • Go underground to the still running 2000-year aqueduct
  • Touch the millenary stratification below Rome's streets
Full description

Meet your expert local guide set off on this guided walking tour and discover the mystery of the Trevi fountain, there is more to it than just the a throw of a coin.

Learn about its fascinating history and discover the mythological figures that take shape gracefully out of the raw stone below. Immerse yourself in the newly uncovered archeological site underground.

Find the only functioning ancient aqueduct which still supplies water to the fountain above, and visit the remains of an imperial Domus. Travel back in time and touch the millenary stratification beneath the streets of Rome.

  • Entrance fees into the underground excavations
  • Live professional guide
  • Sterilized headsets to hear your guide
    Not suitable for
    • Wheelchair users

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    Meeting point

    Meet your guide in front of the entrance of the Church located at the left corner of the square of the Trevi Fountain. Look for a yellow label with TOURIKS written on it.

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    Important information

    What to bring

    • Headphones

    Know before you go

    • You need to be at the meeting point 5 minutes before the tour starts
    • This tour is subject to weather conditions. If canceled you will be given the option of an alternative date or full refund
    • This tour will have a maximum of 8 participants
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.7 /5

    based on 145 reviews

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    This tour beneath modern Rome is like being invited on an archeological adventure that includes spelunking but one that--thankfully--requires absolutely no gear and you don't get dirty. Anestis led me through the archeological remains of there is a stretch of the Aqua Virgo aqueduct, inaugurated in 19 BC Rome, spotlighting the Aqua Virgo aqueduct, which still supplies water to the Trevi Fountain in the 21st century. Afterwards, he marvelously pointed out and described in detail features of the fountain that, though I had already seen it and just the night before had attended a tour that included the Trevi, had escaped my notice (or been ignored by the guide of the previous tour). Finally and thrillingly, he told me the two locations where I could find the extant and functioning Aqua Virgo aqueduct, giving me an opportunity to have my own archaeological adventure. No digging out dirt required.

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    October 18, 2022

    Our tour guide (Rosey I think?) was so wonderful. I loved having her for our private tour. She was enthusiastic and genuine. Her tour made me so happy, as I was most excited about seeing the underground portion. I will be recommending this tour to everyone I know. It was so worth the time and money.

    October 4, 2022

    The underground guided tour was interesting to see and understand how the popular then opulent Roman dwellings were organized and to become aware of what the underside of the city conceals of vestiges. Important for this to have it explained by a guide (who was very good). Also interesting to understand the purpose of the Trevi Fountain, and the symbolism of its ornaments. But it must be understood that there is no connection other than the geographical proximity between these two visits combined into one.

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    September 30, 2022

    Product ID: 392231