Rome before Breakfast
Waking up early because of the jet lag has never been so promising. Turn an inevitable disruption into a new opportunity for discovery.
A Private Car Orientation Tour of Rome without Crowds
for the Jet-Legged.
During this tour you will peacefully roam through the empty streets, with all the monuments for yourself. If you are visiting in late spring and early summer, it is the time when the light is full and the air so mild it kisses your body without imposing on it as the summer heat does.
Start at the Spanish Steps, and walk down the Via Condotti towards the Pantheon. Admire the once ancient Roman temple dedicated to all the pagan gods. Take all your time in taking photos, with no tourists walking into your memorable pictures.
The city has a particular glow at this time of the day: without the everyday hustle and bustle, you can stop and admire the warm colors, the architecture of the buildings, the hidden corners with your eyes up the air rather than pointed down to watch your step for jostling crowds and buzzing motorini.
After stopping in piazza Navona, walk down the square towards Campo de' Fiori, hosting the charming and vibrant flower, fruit and vegetable market in an incomparable setting of medieval houses.
Finally, St. Peter's Square is at a short distance, yet to be invaded by the "antenna guided" group tours.
Your final destination will be a Roman bar for breakfast with cornetto and cappuccino, just like any local who wants to start the day in a decent way.