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A Photowalk is a walk through the most fascinating places in Rome equipped with a camera to explore and better understand the area you are visiting. You can do it yourself or accompanied by expert photowalkers. The itineraries we recommend are the following.
Nothing in the world is like the ancient Via Appia in Rome. An exceptionally preserved street that speaks of history at every step. What we propose is a photographic walk (photowalking) along this historic road, to capture images that you could not capture anywhere else in the world.
Along the Appian Way, whose construction was begun in 312 B.C. by the Censor Appius Claudius Caecus who built 132 miles from Rome to Capua, from the Southern gate of San Sebastiano to the Maxentium villa and the Cecilia Metella mausoleum.
A photo walk is a theme walk through Rome’s most fascinating sights with a camera to explore and to better understand the territory you’re visiting.
Our photo walks are designed to:
A basic knowledge of your equipment (advanced cell phones camera, DSLRs and compact camera) is needed. Comfortable clothing like trekking shoes are advisable.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us for further information.
City centre - Further details will be provided upon booking
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