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Ultimate Vatican Tour of
€ 101,00
€ 51,90
Per person
Vatican museums, Sistine Chapel, Basilica of Saint Peter
3 hs.
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This sightseeing tour covers the most important places in Vatican City – the remarkable Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica. All while you skip-the-line with our Fast Track entry.

Our licensed guide will escort you through the extensive collection of some of the world’s most distinguished paintings, frescoes, and sculptures. Highlights of the Vatican Museums include: Museo Pio-Clementino, Borgia Apartment, Raphael Rooms*, Gallery of the Maps, Gallery of the Tapestries, Gallery of the Candelabras, and the Pieta of Michelangelo.

After exploring some of the greatest works of art in Italy, the tour continues on to the Sistine Chapel – one of the most famous destinations in the world. See the glory of Michelangelo’s acclaimed masterpiece first-hand before making your way to the last stop on this tour – St. Peter’s Basilica, one of the largest churches in the world.

30 %

Pompeii from Rome Day Tri
€ 125,00
€ 88,00
Per person
12 hs.
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A visit to Pompeii is an essential part of your Italy itinerary - and not too far from Rome. Our shuttle bus service brings you to the acclaimed UNESCO World Heritage site. This ancient Roman city located near modern-day Naples has a fascinating but tragic history.

Your roundtrip ride by comfortable shuttle bus begins at 7:30. After a brief stop halfway through, your Pompeii journey begins, where you will have 4 hours of sightseeing to enjoy at your own pace. Walk back into time on cobblestone streets as you pass along the fascinating ruins of Pompeii , with incredible views of the still active Mount Vesuvius in the backdrop.
Make the most of your Pompeii visit when you upgrade to the guided tour. Our experts will share with you the intricate details of this once thriving civilization of Pompeii and its tragic and sudden end. On August 24th 79 AD, Mount Vesuvius erupted. It would last for two days, completely destroying and burying the town of Pompeii under 13 to 20 feet of volcanic ash and pumice. Some were fortunate enough to escape in time, but the rest of this ancient civilization unfortunately perished. The volcanic ash created a cask, keeping the buildings underneath it relatively intact - the only evidence of Pompeii’s existence.

Highlights include: the amphitheater (Pompeii’s equivalent to Rome’s Colosseum), ancient relics and artifacts, vivid frescoes and detailed mosaics.
Escape into the ancient food shops and bars, public baths , individual homes and villas, bathrooms, and brothels. All while our guide captivates you with the dramatic stories and details of that sad, fateful day.
This walking tour of Pompeii is a memorable excursion and stunning day trip not too far from Rome

42 %

Food Lovers Rome – Food
€ 95,00
€ 54,90
Per person
Campo de Fiori, Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere
4 hs.
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This food and walking tour is the perfect introduction to Roman cuisine.

Start your meal like only a true Italian would – with a classic aperitivo of meat, cheese and wine. Our guide will take you to the most authentically Roman spots, known exclusively by locals.

Taste our favorite delicacies from The Eternal City while we explore the food centric neighborhoods of Campo de’Fiori and Trastevere. Sample culinary delights ranging from baccala fritto and suppli to pizza al taglio (pizza by the slice) and learn the origins behind these Roman foods – as well as the standards that set these products apart from all the rest.

Meet local shop owners and become part of the family as you visit some of Rome’s oldest establishments and hidden gems. Enjoy traditional, homemade dishes, typical of the region and discover Rome’s “trinity of pasta”.

But make sure to save some room for gelato– it’s the perfect finish to an evening of food touring around Rome.

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Picturesque Day tour of T
€ 107,00
€ 70,00
Per person
Villa Adriana, Tivoli, Villa d'Este
7 hs.
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Escape Rome for the day with this one-of-a-kind tour of Tivoli. This delightful, mountaintop top town just outside of Rome is only a short and comfortable bus ride away.

There you will discover the relatively unknown yet beautiful Hadrian’s Villa and Villa d’Este, as our local guide shares the rich history for both of these UNESCO world heritage sites.

Originally built as his country house, Emperor Hadrian (who ruled Rome from 117 to 138) would eventually govern the empire during the last years of his reign from there.

More recently however, the Republic of Italy owns this large Roman archaeological complex. The lavish landscape consists of many opulent pools, baths, fountains and classical Greek architecture.

Have some time to stroll around and enjoy a leisurely lunch before heading over to Villa d’Este, best known for its beautiful terraces. Some other highlights include: the Apartments of the Cardinal, the Gardens and the many elegant fountains – the Oval Fountain, the Hundred Fountains, Fountain of the Dragons, Fountain of the Owl, Organ, and Neptune, to name a few.

Look no further – this is your perfect little getaway from Rome.

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Roman Catacombs Walking T
€ 67,00
€ 50,00
Per person
Catacombs of San Callisto, Circus of Maxentius, Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, via Appia Antica, Claudio Aqueduct
3 hs.
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One of the best sights to see in Rome.

Uncover the mysteries of the unknown Catacombs of San Callisto, also referred to as the Cemetery of Callixtus. This walking tour of Rome takes you around the intriguing grounds containing the tombs of several different popes from the 2nd to 4th centuries.

Delve into the underground and learn the secrets behind this cryptic graveyard and why these catacombs are one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Italy. Your guide will reveal the legends, burial rituals and process during this period of time as you wander among these ancient and mysterious tombs.

Second in size to the more famous Circus Maximus, Maxentius in the best preserved Circus in Rome. Built between 306 and 312, Circus of Maxentius rests between the basilica and catacombs of San Sebastiano and the tomb of Cecilia Metella.

The tour continues with an external visit to the Mausoleum of Caecilia (Cecilia) Metella, built in the 1st century BC to honor the daughter of Quintus Caecilius Metellus Creticus (a prominent member of Roman nobility.)

The Appian Way (completed in 312 B.C) was one of the earliest and longest roads of Ancient Rome. It was also the most significant- both symbolically and strategically. Symbolically in that all roads really did lead to Rome (like that famous saying) most likely and maybe even literally at this point. And strategically because, the Appian Way was the main route for all supplies and the military, connecting Rome to Brindisi in southeast Italy.

Admire the magnificent Claudian Aqueduct, regarded as one of the 4 greatest aqueducts of Rome. Erected in 52 AD, this aqueduct spanned over 40 miles long, most of which was underground.

By the 3rd century AD, Rome had a total of 11 aqueducts since original construction began. Yet what remains is a breathtaking vision of one of the most incredible engineering feats of its time. The ancient aqueducts are still impressive by today’s standards.This sightseeing tour is the perfect option to see some of the best, secret sites in Rome.

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Discovering Caravaggio, R
€ 93,00
€ 65,00
Per person
Church of Santa Maria del Popolo, Church of Santa Maria della Pace, Church of Sant'Agostino, San Luigi dei Francesi
3 hs.
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Admire the works of Caravaggio and Raphael and the beautiful churches which house them. See the world’s largest unsupported dome in the Pantheon and then enjoy a traditional aperitivo.
  • Learn about the lives of two of Italy’s greatest artists, Raphael and Caravaggio
  • See their stunning works in some of Rome’s loveliest churches
  • Admire the architectural wonder that is the Pantheon

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