Tours

ROME’S MAJOR HIGHLIGHTS 4 HOUR TOUR

COLOSSEUM – inaugurated in 80 AD this iconic symbol of imperial Rome is a massive elliptical amphitheater that could hold 50.000 spectator and was the center of ancient Rome’s glory

ARC OF COSTANTINE – built in 312 and dedicated in 315, the Arco di Costantino commemorates the victory of Costantine 1 over Maxentius, which led Costantine to convert to Christianity and changed the religious landscape of the Western world

C IRCUS MAXIMUS – This racecourse , now a park, is where the Roman chariot races were held in front of more than 150.000 spectators.

PIAZZA VENEZIA – This piazza is dominated by the massive white marble . Il Vittoriano a monument dedicated to King Victor Emmanuel II, who was the first king of a united Italy

PANTHEON – Built in 126 AC as a temple to the ancient Roman gods and now a Roman Catholic church , the Pantheon still boasts the largest unsupported concrete dome on earth

TREVI FOUNTAIN – Rome’s largest and most famous fountain was completed in 1762 and features Neptune flanked by two Tritons .

SAINT PETER BASILICA & SAINT PETER SQUARE – The largest church in the world, started in 1452 on the site where Saint Peter is buried, faces a square that can hold over 300.000 people. Admire the astonishing beauty of Michelangelo’s most famous sculpture, the marble Pieta’, and the marvelous bronze canopy over the altar by Bernini

THIS IS A OPEN TOUR , THAT MEAN, THAT YOU DECIDE WHERE TO GO AND HOW LONG YOU WANT TO STAY IN ONE EACH SITE .WITHIN THE ONLY LIMIT OF THE HOUR THAT YOU HAVE THE DRIVER AT YOUR DISPOSITION

Food and beverage , and entrance fees to the different museums / Colosseum / Roman Forum/ Vatican museuns are not included in the price.

By choosing the Vatican museums, colosseum, roman forum, visit we suggest to buy in advance the skip the line tickets on the VATICAN /COLOSSEUM web site

4 HOURS

ROME’S MAJOR HIGHLIGHTS FOR 7 HOUR DAY TOUR

COLOSSEUM – inaugurated in 80 AD this iconic symbol of imperial Rome is a massive elliptical amphitheater that could hold 50.000 spectator and was the center of ancient Rome’s glory

ARC OF COSTANTINE – built in 312 and dedicated in 315, the Arco di Costantino commemorates the victory of Costantine 1 over Maxentius, which led Costantine to convert to Christianity and changed the religious landscape of the Western world

C IRCUS MAXIMUS – This racecourse , now a park, is where the Roman chariot races were held in front of more than 150.000 spectators.

PIAZZA VENEZIA – This piazza is dominated by the massive white marble . Il Vittoriano a monument dedicated to King Victor Emmanuel II, who was the first king of a united Italy

PANTHEON – Built in 126 AC as a temple to the ancient Roman gods and now a Roman Catholic church , the Pantheon still boasts the largest unsupported concrete dome on earth

TREVI FOUNTAIN – Rome’s largest and most famous fountain was completed in 1762 and features Neptune flanked by two Tritons .

SAINT PETER BASILICA & SAINT PETER SQUARE – The largest church in the world, started in 1452 on the site where Saint Peter is buried, faces a square that can hold over 300.000 people. Admire the astonishing beauty of Michelangelo’s most famous sculpture, the marble Pieta’, and the marvelous bronze canopy over the altar by Bernini

This are only a few highlights that you can choose on a daily Roman city tour, all depends on how much time you want to spend on each momument or museum

Food and beverage , and entrance fees to the different museums / Colosseum / Roman Forum/ Vatican museuns are not included in the price.

By choosing the Vatican museums, colosseum, roman forum, visit we suggest to buy in advance the skip the line tickets on the VATICAN /COLOSSEUM web site

7 HOURS

ROME’S MAJOR HIGHLIGHTS FOR 10/12 HOUR TOUR

FORUM – The commercial , political and religious center of ancient Rome, the forum includes many must-see sights, such as the arco di Settimio Severo, Tempio di Vesta, tempio di Vespasiano, foro di Cesare and Fori Imperiali . palatine hill, and ruins of several imperial palace

COLOSSEUM – inaugurated in 80 AD this iconic symbol of imperial Rome is a massive elliptical amphitheater that could hold 50.000 spectator and was the center of ancient Rome’s glory

ARC OF COSTANTINE – built in 312 and dedicated in 315, the Arco di Costantino commemorates the victory of Costantine 1 over Maxentius, which led Costantine to convert to Christianity and changed the religious landscape of the Western world

C IRCUS MAXIMUS – This racecourse , now a park, is where the Roman chariot races were held in front of more than 150.000 spectators.

PIAZZA DEL CAMPIDOGLIO – Designed in 1538 by Michelangelo, this piazza is a classic example of Renaissance visionary town planning. Three palaces border the piazza ; the Palazzo Senatorio and the twin Palazzo dei Conservatori and Palazzo Nuovo , which house the Musei Capitolino. This museum’s collections include some of the greatest masterpieces of Roman art from ancient times through the Baroque period.

PIAZZA VENEZIA – This piazza is dominated by the massive white marble . Il Vittoriano a monument dedicated to King Victor Emmanuel II, who was the first king of a united Italy

JEWISH QUARTER – Via Portico d’Ottavia was initially built in 146 BC and is still the center of Jewish life in Rome See the Jewish Ghetto dating to 1555 and the main Sinagogue designed by architects Armanni and Costa in 1904. Be shure to visit the Museo d’Arte Ebraica, a small museum detailing Roman Jewish life and ritual.

PANTHEON – Built in 126 AC as a temple to the ancient Roman gods and now a Roman Catholic church , the Pantheon still boasts the largest unsupported concrete dome on earth

TREVI FOUNTAIN – Rome’s largest and most famous fountain was completed in 1762 and features Neptune flanked by two Tritons .

SPANISH STEP – These famed 18th century steps connect Piazza di Spagna to Piazza Trinita’ dei Monti and are celebrated as a romantic destination in song and film.

VIA VITTORIO VENETO – This posh, upscale street is lined with luxury hotels, boutiques and fine restaurants

GALLAERIA BORGHESE MUSEUM – The famed Borghese family’s priceless art collection is on display in their former 17th century villa

SAINT PETER BASILICA & SAINT PETER SQUARE – The largest church in the world, started in 1452 on the site where Saint Peter is buried, faces a square that can hold over 300.000 people. Admire the astonishing beauty of Michelangelo’s most famous sculpture, the marble Pieta’, and the marvelous bronze canopy over the altar by Bernini

VATICAN MUSEUMS – Over 1.000 rooms and galleries contains thousands of amazing treasures collected by pope throughout the century .

SISTINE CHAPEL – Behold the brilliantly restored Michelangelo frescoes of Genesis and the Last Judgment, as well as other masterpieces adorning the chapel walls.

CATACOMBS – This curious underground maze of tunnels is where the early Christians, who where persecuted by the Romans, practiced their religion in secret and buried their dead.

This are only a few highlights that you can choose on a 10/12 hour Roman city tour, all depends on how much time you want to spend on each momument or museum

Food and beverage , and entrance fees to the different museums / Colosseum / Roman Forum/ Vatican museuns are not included in the price.

By choosing the Vatican museums, colosseum, roman forum, visit we suggest to buy in advance the skip the line tickets on the VATICAN /COLOSSEUM web sit

10/12 HOURS