Book your guided tour to Italy's most popular attraction: The Vatican Museums . The tour introduces you to the most important artworks in the largest, richest, most compelling and perhaps most comprehensive museum complex in the world.
Take a walk through 2,000 years of history...
Besides the natural beauty of the Vatican Gardens, the Vatican City is rich in monuments and precious works of art.
Your ticket includes: guided tour of the Gardens, admission to the Museums, and rental of audio guide.
Get to know Rome’s treasures - your guided tour by bus and on foot includes a visit to Piazza Venezia, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Arch of Titus, the Arch of Constantine, and the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli with Michelangelo’s sculpture of Moses.
Discover the world’s largest museum complex and one of the largest church ever built with the certainty that you won’t miss the highlights! The Art & Faith Guided Tour follows an itinerary which includes the Pio Clementino Museum, the Gallery of the Candelabras, the Gallery of the Geographical Maps, the Gallery of the Tapestries (Renaissance art), the Raphael Rooms, the Sistine Chapel and Saint Peter's Basilica. Relax, and enjoy a 3 hour tour you won’t regret!
Discover Italy’s most visited attraction with this guided tour! Your knowledgeable guide will show you some of the most important aspects of the museums 20 (!) sub-museums, with a special attention on introducing you to the Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo’s stunning masterpiece - a work of art that changed the course of Western art.
Visit Rome from the top of one of our fun, red, open top double-decker buses! Suspended between history and legend, myth and beauty, Rome still preserves its infinite charm and its unrivaled wonders. From ancient times to the Middle Ages, from Baroque to modern times, every age saw the Eternal City shining in its magic splendor.
Journey back in time – discover Imperial Rome with this tour! Your itinerary (on foot and by bus) includes Piazza Venezia, Piazza del Campidoglio, the Roman Forum, the Circus Maximus, and the Aventine Hill. A look at the statue of Moses by Michelangelo located in the Church of Saint Peter’s in Chains (San Pietro in Vincoli) is also included, as is a visit of the symbol of the eternal city – the Colosseum.
The Vatican Museums are the largest, richest, most compelling and perhaps most comprehensive museum complex in the world. On your Vatican Museums Tour, an expert guide will take you to visit some of the absolute highlights – the beautiful spiral staircase, the Gallery of Tapestries, the Gallery of Geographical Maps, and the magnificent Sistine Chapel with its frescoes by Michelangelo.
Use a smart and fun way to discover Rome’s historic center! Offering all the convenience of a hop on-hop off service, our boats sail through the heart of Rome, passing key places such as Tiber island, Popolo square, Sant’Angelo Castle and Vatican City.
Discover Tivoli, which has been a refuge for Rome's powerful and wealthy for centuries. Lead by an expert guide, you'll visit the two main attractions of this charming town – the Villa Adriana, and the Villa d'Este. The Villa Adriana dates back to Roman Times and the Villa D'Este is from the Renaissance period - both are UNESCO world heritage sites.
Discover the most famous symbol of the city of Rome – the Colosseum (or Flavian Amphitheater). A most impressive piece of evidence of Ancient Rome, the amphitheater was built to glorify the Roman power and to satisfy the people's appetite for entertainment. Don't visit Rome without admiring this true masterpiece of engineering!
Take a peek at the rich world below the Rome you see today. Are you fascinated by archeology, curious to know the unfamiliar? Attracted to mystery and magic? Follow us on one of our Undergrounds of Rome tours. You’ll fall in love with another dimension of the capital as you travel under the surface and back in time in this “parallel city” that spreads over kilometers. Discover Rome’s underground beauties and monuments - they do not fear comparison with those above ground!
Three days you won't forget – Naples, Pompeii, the breathtaking Sorrento coastline, and Capri, the “jewel of the Mediterranean”.
Enjoy some of the many delicious tastes of Rome and the Lazio region after the museums, the monuments, and the art - join us for our exclusive Wine & Cheese Tasting in a traditional wine bar located in the heart of Rome. A detailed explanation of the various flavors and historical background will accompany your sensory experience.
Make more of your Pantheon visit - take a 35 minute guided audio tour. The Basilica of “Santa Maria ad Martyres,” better known as the Pantheon, has a fascinating history. Discover how a pagan temple first became a church, and then the final resting place for many great historical figures, such as Corelli, Raphael, and two of the kings of Italy. The Pantheon has the world's largest unreinforced concrete dome – over 1,000 years after having been built!
Discover the vibrant city of Naples and its royal past as well as the world-class archeological site of Pompeii with an all-inclusive day-long tour from Rome. Your day trip from Rome includes a visit to a local coral and cameo factory and lunch at a traditional restaurant.
Get the most out of your visit to Rome's prized Vatican Museums – with your private, expert guide. Your three hour itinerary will take you deeper into one of the world's greatest museums. Aside from carefully chosen aspects of the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, your private guided tour also includes Saint Peter's Basilica.
Experience Rome's most important monuments with this itinerary by bus and on foot, guided by a local expert. Your itinerary will include the Piazza della Repubblica, the Trevi Fountain, the victory column of Marcus Aurelius, the Palazzo di Montecitorio, the Pantheon (visit inside), Palazzo Madama, and Piazza Navona. A bus will take you to the Vatican City and Saint Peter's Basilica, with Michelangelo's Pietà and Bernini's bronze canopy. At the end of your tour, your bus will take you back across the Tiber river into central Rome.
On your way from central Rome across the Tiber river to the Vatican City, you'll pass some of the most famous sights of the city, from the Piazza della Repubblica with its Naiad Fountain all the way to Castel Sant' Angelo, Emperor Hadrian's monumental tomb. The Papal Audience will take place either in Saint Peter's Square, in Saint Peter's Basilica, or in the Audience Hall, according to seasonal conditions and the number of pilgrims involved.
Discover the Borghese Gallery and Museum – join your expert guide in this two hour tour of what is without a doubt the most beautiful residence in Rome. The Villa Borghese was built in 1613 by Cardinal Scipione Borghese to receive Roman society and to delight his friends with a splendid collection of art, including major works by Raphael, Rubens, Titian, Caravaggio, Bernini, Antonello da Messina and Canova. Your itinerary includes the Borghese Museum and Gallery, the Borghese Gardens, Pincio's Terrace, and Piazza del Popolo.
Retrace the journey of Robert Langdon, the protagonist of Dan Brown's bestseller, along the “Path of Illumination” through the Eternal City. With your expert tour guide, you'll discover Rome from a different and exciting point of view – and you'll learn about some of its secrets, too!
See Rome from the seat of a classic Vespa scooter! You will be riding as passenger driven by a professional, following an itinerary that includes the most famous sites of Rome.
Feel like you are in a classic movie and experience Rome just as the Romans have since the Vespa scooter hit the road in 1946. The Vespa is the preferred Roman means of transportation – and on this tour you can feel just like a local.
This is an experience you will never forget - safe, fun and charming!
Discover the history of the former Jewish ghetto of Rome. Follow your private guide along an itinerary that will explore the area from the Tiberine Island to the Portico di Ottavia, the Piazza Campitelli and the Piazza Margana, to the Crypta Balbi, the Piazza delle Cinque Scole, to end at the Monte de' Cenci.
Leave the bustle of the metropolis and immerse yourself in the natural and artistic beauty of the small medieval villages outside Rome, the Castelli Romani. Your half day outing from Rome includes a tasting of local products and wine at a traditional tavern in the famous town of Frascati.
Discover one of the most beautiful Italian destinations – Capri Island, plus a taste of the vibrant city of Naples and its royal past with an all-inclusive day-long tour from Rome. Your day trip includes a visit to the town of Anacapri and lunch at a traditional restaurant.
Venture into the countryside to Orvieto, and to Assisi – and discover the birthplace of Italy’s patron saint Francis. The UNESCO World Heritage site Assisi is an oasis of art and architecture nestled at the foot of the western flank of Mount Subasio. This day tour from Rome will take you beyond the modern highways and large cities to discover the real Italy, where small ancient towns are just waiting to be discovered.
An unforgettable evening awaits you – discover the history and secrets of the Baroque church of Sant'Agnese in Agone, and enjoy a live Baroque music concert followed by a traditional Roman dinner in a near-by restaurant.
Let yourself be swept off your feet by the most famous melodies of the great Italian Opera in the prestigious Throne Hall. Experience romance in the heart of Rome with an evening of arias and love duets by Verdi, Puccini, Bellini - with all of their passion and emotions.
Participate in the first guided tour allowing access to areas of the Museums usually closed to the public! The extraordinary opening of the Niccoline Chapel (named after its patron Pope Nicolas V) with its stunning series of frescoes by Fra Angelico further enriches the already unique itinerary that includes some of the Vatican Museums, culminating in the Sistine Chapel.
Discover the treasures of Ancient Ostia, guided by a multilingual expert. One of the best preserved sites of Roman antiquity, Ancient Ostia lies some 20 miles southeast of Rome, in the meadows between the Tiber river and the Tyrrhenian Sea. Once Rome's port city and outpost, the city was basically abandoned during the Barbarian invasions. Since no construction has taken place there for over 1,500 years, you’ll have the one-of-a-kind opportunity to see what an important city looked like during the height of the Roman Empire.
Discover an exciting and important part of Rome's history with this tour of Christian Rome! Your expert guide will lead you through such gems as the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, Saint Prassede Church, the Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano, and the Catacombs.
Discover some of the most famed and beautiful Italian sites - Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, the Blue Grotto on Capri and a panoramic visit to the island with Anacapri... glorious!
Follow your experienced guide through the Diocletian Baths, the largest bathing complex in ancient Rome, located in a central area of the city. Building began in 298, and when the baths opened in 306, they served as a place to socialize, relax, and develop activities. After the fall of the Roman Empire, the complex was run by the order of the Carthusian monastery who converted a part of the baths into the Church of Saint Mary of the Angels. The design of the cloister is now commonly attributed to Michelangelo Buonarroti.
Follow your private, expert guide into the wonders of Classical Rome. Your three hour itinerary will take you deeper into Rome's fascinating past - to the Caracalla Baths, the Circus of Maxentius, and Cecilia Metella's Tomb.
Discover the Roman National Museum and its treasures – join your expert guide on this two hour tour through one of Rome's lesser known museums. Your itinerary includes the Palazzo Massimo, the Baths of Diocletian, and the Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli, designed in part by Michelangelo.
Learn how to prepare the original Fettuccine Alfredo, famous all over the world! Under the expert guidance of the restaurant staff, using selected products and following the principles of Alfredo alla Scrofa culinary art, you will learn the secrets behind preparing, cooking, and serving the original Fettuccine Alfredo. Buon appetito!
Dive into Rome the shopping paradise – without fear of scams! We’ll take you to the showrooms of famous artists, jewellers’ shop, tailors’ shops, artisan workshops and galleries, and to the best outlets. You'll leave Rome with great gifts to yourself and others.
The theme of the supremacy of the soul over the body is the central inspiration of the concert, which will take you on a musical and artistic itinerary inside one of the most surprising locations in Rome – the Crypt of the Capuchins' church and museum.
Take this first guided tour allowing access to areas of the Museums usually closed to the public! The extraordinary opening of the Bramante staircase and the Niccoline Chapel with its stunning series of frescoes by Fra Angelico further enriches the already unique itinerary that includes selected Vatican Museums, culminating in the Sistine Chapel.
Visit some of the most important monuments in the history of Early Christian Rome. Your local guide will take you on an itinerary that begins on the Esquiline Hill with the treasures of Santa Maria Maggiore, continues on to the Holy Staircase and the Lateran Palace, and to the Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano, the Cathedral of Rome (visit inside). Along the ancient Appian Way, you will pass the Chapel of "Domine Quo Vadis?" before arriving at the Catacombs. Your tour will end with a spectacular view of the Baths of Emperor Caracalla.
Discover Rome's Baroque treasures – the elegant buildings, splendid fountains, and grand public squares that define Rome's cityscape still today. Follow your guide from Campo de' Fiori to the Navona Square, from there to the Pantheon, the church of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, the Casanatense Library, the Trevi Fountain, and the Piazza di Spagna with its famous Spanish Steps.
Discover the so-called “Markets of Trajan,” one of the best preserved monumental complexes of ancient Rome in the area of the Imperial Fora, created at the behest of the emperors. This tour offers a thrilling journey into the heart of history, exploring the ancient buildings and large civil engineering works, which often assumed an important role in the daily life of the ancient Romans.
Join this tour for a fascinating journey through the alleys and squares of Rome, to discover the places that still preserve the memory of the crimes and intrigues of the infamous Borgia family. Special attention will be given to the figure of Alexander VI, one of the most controversial popes of the Renaissance.
Glamour and romance, history and action await you! See the locations of films that have made the history of cinema. Visit the famed Cinecittà Studios. Become a film star for a day. Whether you were born in Rome or have only seen it in the movies up until now, taking one of our Glorious Film Set Rome walking tours is a unique and fun experience you won't forget!
Experience "Sounds and Visions of Caravaggio" with this guided tour of the Doria Pamphilj Palace, one of the most prestigious art collections of Rome, followed by an enthralling live performance in the superb "Sala del Trono"...
Discover Rome's famous Imperial Fora – with your private, expert guide. Your three hour itinerary will take you deeper into Rome's fascinating imperial past. Your private guided tour takes you through the monumental complex, dedicated to Mars Ultor in commemoration of Augustus's victory over his adoptive father Julius Caesar's murderers, Brutus and Cassius, at the Battle of Philippi in 42 BC.
Discover Ancient Ostia and its treasures – join your expert guide on this tour through one of the best preserved archaeological sites near Rome. On your 3 hour itinerary your expert guide will give you the context necessary to fully enjoy this travel back in time, into the 4th century BC!
Take this opportunity to break out of the “usual” Italian experience, and taste four Italian craft beers and three delicious finger food pairings as you learn about Italian food and culture in an intimate group setting.
Discover hidden Rome – follow your private guide, and descend into what lies below two of the most ancient and important basilicas still present in Rome.
This tour through Rome is truly unusual - you will see many of the absolute must-sees of Imperial Rome in a fun way. Circus Maximus, the Arch of Constantine, the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, the Trajan column, the Palatin Hill, Santa Maria Church and the Mouth of Truth wall sculpture there - all from atop your Segway.
Meet the Barberini family - certainly one of the most powerful and famous families in Rome during the 17th century. Originally from Tuscany, where they built their wealth by trading fabrics, the Barberini moved to Rome and began a rapid social ascent, and commissioned some of the major artists of the time - Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Francesco Borromini and Pietro da Cortona - for the construction of palaces, churches, and fountains that changed the face of the city in a way that still exemplifies much of what the world thinks of when thinking “Rome.”
Take this day trip (perfect for cruisers arriving at Civitavecchia) to discover the unmissable sights of Rome, one of the most magnificent cities in Italy. Your day includes a visit to the Vatican Museums (including Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel), lunch in a traditional Roman osteria, a tour of the Colosseum and of the Forum Romanum.
Experience an entire performance at the sumptuous Doria Pamphilj Palace, a prestigious venue nestled in the heart of the historic center. La serva padrona (The Servant Turned Mistress) is a masterpiece of the opera buffa (Comic Opera), the product of the genius of Giovan Battista Pergolesi (1710 – 1736).
Discover the Vatican Museums and Renaissance history from an unusual point of view - cooking and eating. Skip-the-Line access to the Vatican Museums is included. A wine-tasting is included in this culinary take on Rome.
With this guided tour, you’ll discover the alimentary habits and the symbolic role of food and wine in Ancient Rome. Your guided tour takes you to the most important sites in Ancient Rome - the Roman Forum, the Palatine Hill, and the Colosseum. A wine-tasting completes this culinary take on Rome.
A unique opportunity to share the passion for Rome’s culture, for its archaeology in particular - learn and experiment in the city with the greatest historical stratification on the planet! For an unforgettable day, this tour/workshop offers a hands-on experience of archaeology.
Explore the sites of Ancient Rome – with your private, expert guide. Your three hour itinerary will take you deeper into Ancient Rome's fascinating past, including the Campidoglio, the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, and Constantine's Arch.
Discover Imperial Rome – with your private, expert guide. Your two hour itinerary will take you deeper into Rome's fascinating imperial past. Your itinerary includes Piazza del Campidoglio, the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, and the Constantine Arch.
Discover some of Rome's most charming places - Trastevere and the Janiculum Hill. Follow your guide through the Trastevere district (Ponte Sisto, San Crisogono, and Santa Maria in Trastevere) and the Gianicolo (the "Fontanone", San Pietro in Montorio, and the "tempietto del Bramante"). You'll get a look behind the scenes of these popular neighborhoods.
Step across the Tiber, and discover the district on the west bank – Rione Borgo, which connects central Rome to the Vatican. Your two hour itinerary with your private, expert guide will take you to visit the imposing Castle Sant' Angelo as well as Saint Peter's Basilica.
Are you ready for a culinary adventure? Put your dieting on ice, and get ready to taste all the specialties of Rome's cuisine and experience what's on the kitchen ranges of real Romans. Follow us on this journey through Rome’s food traditions - ancient recipes created from the simple ingredients of a rural and rustic tradition mixed with passion and a pinch of fantasy.
Discover an area that has been a refuge from the bustle of Rome since early Roman times – the verdant hills of the Castelli Romani. Your tour includes a visit to Frascati, two different wineries with tastings, and lunch. Delicious!
Get ready for your cooking class! A Master Chef will share the culinary secrets behind creating a selection of the classic Roman and Italian pasta dishes in an original and fun way.
The complex of Roman houses on the Caelian hill is formed by the remains of ancient Roman residences - about 20 rooms, 13 of which frescoed - located under the Basilica of San Giovanni e Paolo al Celio. The remains, discovered in the late 19th century, have become a major evidence of stratification over periods as well as uses. Initially part of various popular insulae (apartment buildings), they later were encompassed into a single property, a domus, with frescoed environments, and finally used as the basis for the founding of the upper basilica.
Tour the heart of Baroque and Renaissance Rome, experience the most famous monuments and hear some of the historical background of the Eternal City. Anecdotes and stories supplement the historical content, giving you a taste of the “Roman mysteries” ...
See and taste quintessential Italy with this day tour from Rome: you'll experience picturesque Cortona, taste local products on lake Trasimeno, enjoy a traditional lunch, and visit wine cellars in the famous Chianti region, ending this rewarding day-long tour with a wine tasting in Montepulciano.
Spend a day discovering Florence, and one of the world's most beautiful and romantic cities, with this day tour from Rome. Art and beauty are everywhere – from the picturesque medieval streets to the elegant palaces and gardens, to the world-renowned museums and churches. See the workshops where skilled craftsmen uphold the ancient traditions with pride. Florence is also inextricably linked to the Renaissance legacy of the Medici who championed the creative and scientific spirit of their contemporaries and many artists – among them Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Botticelli.
Celebrate the New Year among the wonders of art and baroque music! This multisensorial New Year's Eve event begins with a tour of the still privately owned Doria Pamphilj Palace and its rich collection of masterpieces collected since the 16th century. The guided visit is accompanied by live baroque music played on original instruments. The evening's culmination is a festive baroque music concert in the specially reserved Throne Hall.
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