Rome in a day – walking tour


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During this tour you will visit the most important tourist destinations of Rome and you will also have the opportunity to see some less popular places.
The tour will need to start in the morning and our first stop will be a visit to the Vatican Museums and the amazing Sistine Chapel, where you will be fascinated by the paintings of Michelangelo. The second stage will consist of a visit to St. Peter's Basilica. From the Vatican we will move to the central point of Rome: the Colosseum. This was originally known by the name of "Amphitheatrum Flavium" as constructed by emperors of the Flavian dynasty, is the largest amphitheater in the world. In 1980 it was listed as a World Heritage Site of UNESCO.
Your tour will then continue around central Rome visiting other historical monuments we meet on our way.

During the whole tour you will visit:
  • The Vatican Museums
  • The Sistine Chapel
  • The Basilica of St. Peter
  • Piazza Navona
  • The Colosseum
  • The Pantheon
  • The Church of St. Ignatius
  • other monuments

We offer private tours with private English speaking guide.

We settle meeting point in front of the entrance of the Vatican Museums at Viale Vaticano 100

Tour lasts 7 hours.

Private tours in: Spanish, German, French, Italian available on request

  • 490 EUR total (1-3 persons)
  • 520 EUR total (4-7 persons)
  • contact us (8 persons or more)

In addition to this rate you'll have to add the tickets to avoid the queues that will be booked in advance. Tickets to jump the queue to the Vatican cost 26 EUR per person for adults. For children between the ages of 6 and 18 tickets cost 20 EUR. Tickets to jump the queue at the Colosseum cost 17 EUR for adults and 5 EUR for children. Another additional cost would be a taxi to move quickly between distant parts of Rome which are Vatican and Colosseum.

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