Hi! I’m Bojan from The Roman Guy. We’re here at the Panth…Panth…Can you hear? Just trying to film Rome without crowds. Is that so much to ask? Can…Can you hear me at all? It’s really loud here. Much better! Hi everyone! I’m Bojan from The Roman Guy. We’re here at the Pantheon. Welcome to another video in our how-to series. Today, I’m going to show you Rome without crowds. When in Rome, there’s loads of places that you can see that are completely free of charge and you don’t have to pay for a ticket to get in. Among them, definitely check out Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Campo de’ Fiori. Let’s go! Now what you can see is quite a few people trying to get inside the Pantheon, but before they can get inside, as many people need to walk out. Ciao amico! Come stai? Bene. Bene. Think you found the quietest place in town. What? You’re lying. We’re in the Campo de’ Fiori market, one of the oldest and probably the most famous of all the markets in Rome. It’s buzzing. There’s a lot of people around here right now. It’s about 11:30 or 12, but the best time to come here is as early as possible in the morning because you’re going to find the best selection, the best bread, best cheeses, best fruit and vegetable and meats. It’s your perfect picnic for the day. I’m gonna get myself some cheese. The beautiful Trevi Fountain is probably the most famous fountain in the world and you can just see that from here, but it’s around lunchtime right now and you should definitely not be here this time of the day. Come here either early in the morning or later the night when the fountain is illuminated. I know we’re trying to show you around without crowds, but if there is one place you want to see with all the people around, it’s this, Piazza Navona, one of the most beautiful piazzas in Rome is actually built on top of a first-century ancient Roman chariot racing stadium. Still today, this is the place where you’re going to see lots of people all the time, but especially in the evening time is where you see street performers, singers, dancers, fire-breathers. This is where you’re going to find locals and visitors alike. So come over here to soak up the culture of the identity and the lifestyle of Rome at its finest. I’m gonna let you in on a little secret. One of my favorite escapes in the Piazza Navona area is right here, Chiostro del Bramante. It’s a beautiful old cloister with an amazing gallery next door and, up here, a beautiful café, where you can just sit down, enjoy some quite time, gaze at the rooftops and have an amazing coffee or a spirits in a 16th century cloister. Delish! We’re here at the Spanish Steps, one of the best-known and most popular sites in all the city. They’ve been here for nearly 300 years attracting the attention of Romans and visitors alike. It also is one of the most popular and most crowded sites in all of the city so you’re most likely to see a lot of people around here, unless you show up very early in the morning, but the best time to be here is right about now, just before the sunset when you can sit in the center of the steps and catch the sun go down just above Via dei Condotti, one of the most expensive streets in all of Rome. See Rome without the crowds, but trust me on the sunscreen. So Rome, capital of Italy, one of the most visited places in all of Europe. It’s going to be busy, especially in the high season, but as you’ve seen there’s always a way to avoid crowds. I hope this video has been of help. Until next time! Check out for more Roman Guy videos. We’ll see you!