Rome is one of the most exciting cities to visit. Nicknamed ‘The Eternal City’ by the ancient Romans, they believed that no matter what happened to the rest of the world, Rome would remain. The city has an amazing history and has impressive monuments and archaeological sites. There is so much to discover!
Like the famous saying goes, Rome wasn’t built in a day, this is also the same for visiting. You would not be able to visit and discover the gems of Rome in a week, let alone in one day. Here we have some of our most popular tours in Rome and some of the ‘off-the-beaten-track’ tours to explore more of Rome.
Colosseum – the half day tour
The most iconic image of Rome, the Colosseum is on every visitors list. Built as a place of entertainment for the ancient Romans, it has seen the rise and fall and rise of Rome as a historical power house to the modern tourist attraction. The wonderful Colosseum has seen it all and been through it all.
The Vatican – the half day tour.
The Vatican Museums are an tourist must when visiting Rome. Our tour will take you through some of the most important and impressive Vatican Museums, the galleries of Tapestries and Maps, the the statues of historical importance and the Raphael Rooms with the beautiful frescoes to the famous Sistine Chapel before finishing the tour in the impressive Basilica of St Peter.
Perfect Day In Rome – a full day tour, including a visit to the Vatican and Colosseum
If you have the time, why take in Rome in one day on a private driving tour. Our tour includes the Vatican, the Colosseum and also the main squares and fountains. Discover the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and The Spanish Steps with a private and professional guide with a private vehicle to travel Rome in comfort.
Different tours in Rome
On the surface, there is a lot to discover, but have you ever considered underneath Rome? Join our fascinating tour of the ruins underneath the streets of Rome. Mud and other debris built up around the ancient streets and buildings, and as time moved on, people built on top of the dirt covered ruins. It encased time beneath the busy streets and now there is the chance to discover what lies in the undergrounds of Rome.
check out our open tours: Undergrounds in Rome
For a quieter tour, take the Appian Way. One of the oldest paved roads, there is a lot of history. Starting with a private pick up from hotel in Rome, your guide will show you the beauty of the Roman countryside and discover the catacombs along the ancient Rome.
Historical Walking Tours
Rome has so many wonderful things to see and a gentle walking tour with a private guide through the streets of Rome will help you to discover its secrets. With a local guide, you will explore the wonderful Baroque Rome. Italian Baroque is a stylistic period in Italian history and art that spanned from the late 16th century to the early 18th century, an art style that shaped modern Rome.
Gelato Baroque Rome
Is there anything better than a private walking tour that brings the eternal city to life? Yes… gelato! We have a wonderful walking tour, where you see the beautiful sites of the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, Piazza Colonna, Piazza Navona with stops for ice cream. But not just any ice cream, the best gelatos in Rome!
With your private guide take a stroll through one of the most interesting and oldest neighbourhoods in Rome and learn the stories of the Jewish Ghetto uncovering pieces of Jewish History and Heritage in Rome.
Caravaggio is a famous, yet troubled Italian painter during the late 16th and early 17th Century. He was considered one of the best painters, with his talent for intense story-telling and his work is some of the best know art during the Baroque period. Discover the paintings that are hiding in Rome with this wonderful two day private tour.
Outside of Rome
Sometimes it is good to take a break from the city and discover something completely new. Tivoli is a small village outside of Rome, but it has the most wonderful ruins of the villas from Roman Emperors. Although now ruins, the vast size of the villas, illustrating the power and wealth of the Roman empire during this time.