There is little wonder as to why Rome is lovingly called “The Eternal City”.
It is a glorious mix of old and new, of ancient landmarks and contemporary style, where grand piazzas give way to charming laneways dotted with cafes and wine bars. A place where you can visit the site of one of history’s most gruesome contests before enjoying an aperitif and a plate of gourmet antipasti at sundown.
Roman tours vary in price depending on exactly what it is you want to see and do in this sprawling metropolis, so let’s take a look at their range and the things you get to experience with them!
Children: €34 (4 – 8 years)
If you fancy yourself as a bit of a history buff, or you simply want to check out some of the landmarks that make this city so special, this tour is perfect for you. Highlights include a visit to the stunningly immaculate Trevi Fountain, the site of the famous kissing scene in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita. Highlights also include a visit to the Ancient Roman Pantheon, one of the best preserved Ancient Roman buildings.
Children: €83 (3 – 17 years)
This all-encompassing tour allows you to experience this magical city in all its cultural and historical splendour. From touring the marvellous Vatican City, complete with strolls around the awe-inspiring St Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel (home to a certain well-painted ceiling). After a delicious lunch, you will be provided with “Skip the Line” tickets to enter the hallowed grounds of the Colosseum, the site of the Roman Empire’s gruesome gladiator fights. This tour concludes with a visit to the Roman Forum, once the centre of the empire itself.
Rome day tour up to three travellers from €369
Rome day tour up to six travellers from €475
Please enquire for groups with over six passengers.
This all-inclusive tour provides an amazing snapshot of Rome including its grand monuments and lesser known attractions, all with your own private tour guide! Enjoy the majestic Colosseum, the gorgeous Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon before heading off the main tourist path to see the likes of the Appian Way, Catacombs and other hidden gems.
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