Rome Tours


Tours of the Ethernal City!

Proposal for Full day Tour in 8 Hours, as explained below, You can combine any site of your own choice.

As Option: You may select SOME of the sites in case you want to go for Half day tour in 4 hours.

Visit the fascinating Vatican Museums that were founded in year 1503. Discover the Gallery of Tapestries, a collection of tapestries of different fabrics from the 16th and 17th centuries, Gallery of Map, Gallery of the Candelabra, created in 18th century which contains classical roman sculpture which dates from the 3rd century B.C. to the 3rd century A.D., the spectacular Raphael’s room, commissioned by Julius II.

Located within the Vatican Museums is the Sistine Chapel built in the second half of 15th century famous because of its beautiful frescoes, the ceiling and the Last Judgement painted between 1508 and 1512 by Michelangelo Buonarroti. Please note that Admission to the Vatican Museums includes entrance to the Sistine Chapel, Exit the museums and enter inside the remarkable Vatican Square of St. Peter, with its ellipse of encircling columns, that fronts the impressive St. Peter’s Basilica, built over the spot where St. Peter was buried around 64 CE.

Leaving the Vatican City and heading towards the Monument to Victor Emanuel II (the first king of united Italy), called the “Wedding Cake”, located in Piazza Venezia and containing Italy’s tomb of the unknown soldier from the First World War. View the Roman Forum, Roman Markets and Julius Caesar’s Forum. Stop at Trevi, toss three coins in the famous fountains to make your wishes, drive to Piazza di Spagna to walk along a number of exclusive shopping streets and climbing the Spanish Steps.

Take a stroll through Piazza Navona a marvel of light and sculpture with its three Baroque fountains by Bernini, a short walking distance from the Pantheon, a classic Roman temple built by Agrippa in 27BC. Tour the Colosseum and imagine when there were approximately 50,000 spectators, gladiators and animals packed into cages below the arena, that fight to the death. Explore this well renowned structure being a symbol of Rome, today standing with original wall sections at their full height and exposed sub-arena pens. Conclude with one of the most important monuments of antiquity, the best preserved arch of triumph in Rome, the Arch of Costantine, located in the valley of the Colosseum.

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A drive through the Appian Way, the oldest and most famous Roman road in ancient Rome. It was opened in 312 BC by Appius Claudius (from whence it gets its name) and was called “Queen of Roads” because of all the villas, temples and funeral monuments that lined it. Those impressive ruins can still be seen today. Visit the Church of Domine Quo Vadis, built along the Appian Way, just outside of Rome, beyond St. Sebastian’s gate. This small church marks the place where the Risen Christ appeared to St. Peter as he was fleeing Rome during Nero’s persecution of Christians. The church’s name is Latin for the question Peter asked of Christ: “Lord, where are you going?” (Domine, quo vadis?).
Finally arriving at the Catacombs , ancient cemeteries built here underground opened in the early 3rd century, as the principal Christian cemetery in Rome. The catacombs stretch for nearly 12 miles. There are five levels that reach a depth of about 65 feet. With almost half a million tombs, paintings, sculptures and epigraphs inside, these catacombs offer rare and invaluable information about the life and culture of the ancient Christians buried here.

ROME Half day tour – Duration 4 hours (from 9.00am to 1.00pm),  Rate from € 350.00* EUR,
(*this rate is from 1 up to 4 people, rate will change in case of more participants), send your detailed request via email to  e.g. Your Name, Date, Hotel name, number of Participants, the price is not per person.

ROME Full day tour – Duration 8 hours (from 9.00am to 5.00pm),  Rate from € 650.00* EUR,
(*this rate is from 1 up to 4 people, rate will change in case of more participants), send your detailed request via email to   e.g. Your Name, Date, Hotel name, number of Participants, the price is not per person.

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