In Rome there is so much to see that a website is not enough to describe all the possibilities my town offers the visitors!
Please have a look of my list, remembering you may contact me to design your own personal tour.
Imagine yourself 2000 years ago in this ancient cradle of the modern world!
We will visit the Coliseum, the Roman Forum and the Capitol Hill without waiting, with the Skip The Line option.
In this tour, we will explore the Vatican City and its treasures - Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, St Peter's Basilica) without waiting at the entrance!
Don't miss the exclusive opportunity to visit the treasures of the Vatican crowd free!
We'll enter 30 minutes before the official opening time.
A good way to get a “sense” of Rome is to walk with me between three famous landmarks: the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon and Navona Square (Piazza Navona).
Let's visit some of the best churches of Rome: the Basilica of Saint Mary Major,
the Basilica of Saint John in Lateran and the Holy Steps and the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls.
Here we get a taste of ancient Rome by looking down. From the miles of tunnels in the catacombs of Santa Domitilla to the Church of San Clemente, much of ancient Rome is now metres below current road levels!
A travel in Italy is not complete without Italian food!
Taste real Italian food in a food tour, shop your cooking ingredients in Campo de' Fiori and learn to make pizza from scratch!
Discover ancient cities and villas around Rome, away from the crowd!
We will visit Villa Adriana and Villa d'Este in Tivoli, or the roman city of Ostia, the ancient port of Rome.
An extravagant tour for those who know the Eternal City: let's visit a modern wunderkammer, a museum set up by the composer and musician Marco Lo Muscio (Steve Hackett's collaborator).
Of course, there will be some live music!
Morning tours generally start around 9 am (for a 4-hour tour) or 10 am (for a 3-hour tour), and finish around 1 pm.
Afternoon tours generally start around 2 pm. There may be some flexibility in these times depending on your schedule.
Full-day tours (seven hours) generally have reasonably flexible times.
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