Our tour guide, Blitch, made the stories fun and entertaining while being informational and interesting!
Go beyond a straight tour of Rome’s top attractions with this alternative sightseeing experience, a ghost and mystery walking tour. Exploring at night allows you to avoid daytime heat and see the city anew. The atmospheric alleys and lit-up attractions (Campo de’ Fiori, Castel Sant’Angelo, and Palazzo Farnese) of the historical center take on an otherworldly glow as your guide brings supernatural and historical mysteries to life.
This ghost tour begins at Sant'Andrea della Valle church in central Rome where you’ll greet your guide at least 15 minutes prior to your scheduled evening tour.
From there, embark on a journey into the ancient city’s dark heart. Stroll along Corso Vittorio to Campo de’ Fiori, a place where many say that paranormal activity occurs regularly.
Cross the Tiber River on the 15th-century Ponte Sisto and stop at haunted sites such as Corte Savella prison and Church of Santa Maria dell’Orazione e Morte. Listen to spine-chilling tales of restless spirits and resident ghosts rooted in Rome’s history.
After continuing down Via dei Banchi Vecchi and Via del Banco di Santo Spirito to Castel Sant’Angelo, commissioned by Rome’s Emperor Hadrian in 123 AD as a mausoleum, you’ll bid farewell to your guide.
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We booked this tour as we’ve been to Rome a couple of times and wanted something different. Blitch was our tour guide and he really made the tour amazing - he was so informative but still brought the stories to life! Would highly recommend this...More
Wow!! Had the best tour ever... with an American tour guide from Brooklyn..(think his name was Blitch) What a character! Great story teller.. enthusiastic.. entertaining.. funny and informative!! Couldn't ask for a better tour guide! 1.5 hours went so quick!! The tour itself was interesting...More
Our Ghost and Mystery tour with Sabrina (Sabrinas) on 22 April 2018 was just wonderful. Me and my boyfriend spent great time with her and we were amazed. Sabrina was kind, funny, extremely knowing and the best guide we had in Rome (We went to...More