In a recent article [Nat. Commun. 13, 2 (2022)], we devised a method of constructing the Lorentz-covariant Bohmian trajectories of single photons via weak measurements of the photon’s momentum and energy. However, whether such a framework can consistently describe multiparticle interactions remains to be seen. Here we present a nontrivial generalization of our framework to describe the relativistic Bohmian trajectories of two interacting photons (this interaction arising from the symmetrization of the two-particle wave function) exhibiting nonclassical interference due to their indistinguishability. We begin by deriving the average velocity fields of the indistinguishable photons using a conditional weak measurement protocol, with detectors that are agnostic to the identity of the respective photons. We demonstrate a direct correspondence between the operationally derived trajectories and those obtained using a position- and time-symmetrized multiparticle Klein-Gordon wave function, whose dynamics are manifestly Lorentz covariant. We propose a space-time metric that depends nonlocally on the positions of both particles as a curvature-based interpretation of the resulting trajectories. Contrary to prior expectations, our results demonstrate a consistent trajectory-based interpretation of relativistic multiparticle dynamics in quantum theory.