Do I have to reserve or I could just show up?
Reservations are recommended. We rarely reject people but those who make reservations are treated with our V.I.P. method – they sign up and get into our first bar before anyone else. A bonus for everyone who has booked is a shot of their choice in our first bar! On weekends and special events bookings are strongly recommended! We take a maximum of 120 people per group!
Is there a dress code?
We do not require dress code on the crawl but some of the clubs we go to do. If you want to have a smooth operation through the whole night please, DRESS TO IMPRESS! This also gives us more opportunity to deal with more trendy bars and clubs in Rome! Currently, Thursdays and Saturdays our trip ends at Gilda where dress code is applied.
Is it FREE on my birthday?
Yes, it is free. As long as you come on your Birthday, not the day before or after. Please, bring any sort of an ID to prove it!
What do you organize during the weekend?
Fridays and Saturdays are generally our busiest days of the week! We always end the crawl in a classy club then! We do not have any fixed arrangements with certain clubs as we prefer to be flexible! You can always contact us and find out the details of any specific night of the week!
Can I join your party after the Open Bar?
Usually you can if there is space on the tour! The fee is reduced of course – it costs you 15 Euro to join us half way which will give you the benefits of free shots at the doors of the remaining bars and the cover charge into our last place! As we have a different itinerary every night of the week you might have difficulty finding us! It will be always smart to contact us beforehand!
Why do they call them “The Spanish Steps”?
“Spanish Steps” is how the English call that popular landmark in Rome. In Italian the name of the gigantic staircase is “La Scalinata della Trinità dei Monti” (The Staircase of the Trinity of the Hills, which is how they call the church on the top of the stairs). In reality they should call them “The French Steps” as they were built with the money of the French kings Louis XIV and his son Louis XV. The square at the bottom of the stairs is called Piazza di Spagna ( The Square of Spain) which is probably the reason to call the stairs Spanish Steps. Our party only meets at the bottom of the Spanish Steps. The whole drinking exercise is executed elsewhere. Anyways, if you take part in the famous Spanish Steps Pub Crawl you will definitely see the famous Spanish Steps as well!
What’s the drinking age in Italy?
As long as you are over 18 year old you are welcome to join us.
Can I pay by credit card?
Credit Cards are accepted at our office in Via dei Serpenti 89 and The Highlander Pub in Vicolo di San Biagio 9. Those 2 locations are the spots where you can purchase a ticket in advance as well! Getting a ticket in advance from our office allows you to pick your t-shirt souvenir upfront as well! Otherwise, you can use our online booking system to pay online. Simply click on ‘book now’ button to continue to the secure booking process.