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ITALY • Rome • Sightseeing Tours E TOUR NAME


Elite Small Group Walking Tours English speaking only Schedule


Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel & St.Peter's Basilica Monday to Saturday


Walking tour of the Vatican Museums and St Peter's Basilica, with 2000 rooms filled with the most extensive collection of art in the world.You will be led by an expert guide along the history of this outstanding Museum. You will marvel at the sight of the Sistine Chapel. We will then leave the Vatican Museum and procedd to the imposing beauty of Saint Peter’s Basilica. The tour end in St. Peter’s Square.


• Tour starts at 9.30 a.m., at 10.30 a.m. and at 2.00 p.m. at the Destination Italia Vatican Office in Viale Bastioni di Michelangelo, 21. Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel by Night


• Tour starts at 06.30pm at the Destination Italia Vatican Office in Viale Bastioni di Michelangelo, 21. Discovering Rome: Squares & Fountains of the Eternal City


• Tour starts at 09.30 a.m. in Largo di Torre Argentina, 11 (in front of Teatro Argentina Entrance). Imperial Rome Walking Tour: Coliseum,Palatine Hill & Roman Forum


Friday


See the Vatican Museums in a new light, a pleasing low light as you enter after regular closing time on this Vatican night tour. For short periods during the year, the Vatican Museums are open late to the public, allowing lucky visitors to wander its corridors and stand in awe before precious artworks, including Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel frescoes, at a slower pace and with smaller crowds.


Daily


3 hours walking tour where you will see the most famous sites of the city. Routing: Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Farnese, Palazzo Spada, Piazza Navona, Piazza della Rotonda (housing the unmistakable structure of the Pathenon) and the Trevi fountain, a true masterpiece and certainly the most famous and spectacular fountain in Rome.The last stop of our itinerary will be Spanish Steps. Tour ends here.


Daily


This tour will meet the needs of the most demanding clients including the full visit of the three world famous symbols of Ancient Rome: Coliseum, Palatine Hill and Roman Forum. Tour starts at the Arch of Constantine. From here our guide will take you inside the Coliseum (skip the line entrance tickets), the most famous monument in the world and a main symbol of Rome. You will visit its surrounding monuments like and the Palatine Hill with the Roman Forum Archeological Area (skip the line entrance tickets) Just the views from the Palatine, over the Forums or the Circus Maximus would be worth the trip to Italy.


• Tour starts at 9.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m. at Piazza del Colosseo, 1 (in front of Royal Art Cafe Restaurant). Gladiator’s Gate: Colosseum Tour with Arena Floor Special Access


Daily


Step off the tourist track in the Colosseum and get a gladiator’s eye-view by using their special entrance and stepping onto the normally off-limits arena floor. You can’t get closer to the action than this. The arena floor is where people actually fought and died in the Colosseum. While most visitors only ever see it from the stands, you’ll bypass long, general entrance lines and step directly onto it via the special Gladiator’s Gate. During your tour you’ll also explore the rest of the Colosseum, including the first floor and Roman Forum overlook. Then you’ll head into the Roman Forum and the Palatine hill to learn the wider history of Imperial Rome.


• Tour starts at 09.00am or 03.15 pm outside of Oppio Caffè located on Via delle Terme di Tito, 72 (near the Colosseum) Hidden Treasures Of Trastevere With Esclusive Private Dinner


Mon-Tue-Thu


This is an extremely limited, exclusive tour. Quaint, charming and truly authentic, we begin your evening with a leisurely stroll through the narrow streets of Trastevere. The town’s name translates to “beyond the Tiber,” and is beyond doubt one of Rome’s most famous and classically characteristic areas. After you’ve soaked up the allure of the village, you’ll enjoy an exclusive dinner in a private 17th century villa. Here in the heart of this picturesque neighborhood, sitting in quite possibly the most gorgeous garden you’ve ever seen, you will enjoy a genuine, regional Italian 4-course meal paired perfectly with wine.


• Tour starts at 07.00pm at Piazza Trilussa


Multilingual Sightseeing Tours


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Open City Tour & Hop on Hop Off 24/48/72 hrs


Underground English speaking only small group


Exclusive Regular or Private • Pantheon & The Underground of Santa Maria in Via Lata (p.m.) • The Jewish Catacomb of the Old Appian Way (a.m. & p.m.) • Tiber Island & The Underground of St. Nicholas in Prison (a.m.) • Underground of St. Paul Alla Regola (a.m.) • Underground of The Insula of The Ara Coeli (a.m.) • Piazza Navona & The Underground of Domitian Stadium (a.m. & p.m.)


SMALL GROUP Papal Audience & Jewish Ghetto and Synagogue Tour Available!


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Feel free to enjoy the Eternal City with our


"SHOW & GO" Tours:


you can decide till the last second if you want to enjoy the tour. You don’t need reservation but just to be at the meeting point 30 min. before that tour start. With our skip the line tour and our English monolingual guide you will have an overview of the history and the art of Rome!


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