Our Christmas Tours
The Grand Tour invites you to enjoy a wonderful Christmas 2019 with our Unique Christmas Walking Tours
We have been getting ready for Christmas, with our new Christmas inspired walking tours in Rome.
If you are celebrating or you know someone that is in Rome over the Christmas period, let them know about our wonderful Christmas Tours. You can learn about Italian Christmas traditions whilst you take a stroll around the festive streets. Discover the artistic masterpieces and explore the churches with historical nativity scenes.
Enjoy 6 wonderful Christmas tours;
Nativities and Masterpieces in Ancient Rome from the Capitoline Hill to the Roman Forum
Discover the wonderful Christmas traditions of Rome on a tour dedicated to the Nativities and Masterpieces located all over this wonderful City.
Venite Adoremus: Nativities and Adorations of Baminello (Baby Jesus)
With Christmas being the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, it is a great time to be able to stroll around the magnificent city of Rome to discover the beautiful Churches lighted up and the Nativities being set up especially for this time.
Le Madonnelle di Roma: Rome Street Sacred Shrines
Discover the ‘Madonnelle’, the shrines to the Virgin Mary, scattered on many corners of buildings throughout Rome, learn facts and legends of Old Rome.
Natale in Vaticano
Experience the Unique atmosphere of Christmas at the Vatican: learn about the Christmas traditions, the Christmas tree and the Nativity Scene in St Peter’s Square and the visit the Crib of “Netturbini” Street sweepers nearby.
Basilica of S. Maria Maggiore and the Nativity by Arnolfo
Explore the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore with its wealth of art and mosaics. Christmas is an exceptional time to visit this amazing Basilica: with your private expert tour guide, discover the handmade Nativity scene and its story.
Witches in Rome
Witches in Rome at Christmas? An interesting look into the Christmas traditions. This tour is great for children, with a stroll in the heart of Baroque Rome and discovering stories and events of Befana’s predecessors.
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