Best of Rome city tour
Highlights of the tour and options:
- Private Rome city site seeing with our expert driver. Rome is so unique that your driver will coordinate with you scheduled stops.
- Private Vatican tour with one of our local guides, discovering its incredible treasures and the spectacular Sistine Chapel and the impressive Basilica of St. Peter.
- In addition, our stuff will take care of booking and purchase of tickets needed to be prioritized entry and jump the long lines.
This tour is ideal for those who wish an overview of Rome by combining a fun city site seeing with a guided tour of Saint Peter’s Basilica and the famous Vatican Museums.
The tour is characterized by the infinite number of monuments, sites and historical buildings, seen along the route, since the whole of Rome is like an open-air Museum.
During your private tour, our driver will assist you with utmost courtesy and availability, ensuring your comfort and management of all the planned activities. He will be able to suggest the famous landmarks that you can visit along the way, as well as suggest the best restaurants for your preferences and budget.
In the first part of this tour, your driver will illustrate the many piazzas and fountains and historical buildings of Rome: Circus Maximus the great arena that housed ancient Roman sports and chariot races, the legendary Coliseum arena where battles of gladiators and animals were held. Venice square and the Victor Emanuele Monument, more commonly known as the ‘wedding cake’ and Capitol Hill were the President of the Republic resides. Spanish square and steps, the famous Via Condotti with designer boutiques. The oval shaped Navona square famous for its beautiful fountains and the Pantheon with its millennial history is the building with the largest dome ever built. The Trevi fountain that is the most important symbol of Roman Baroque.
In the second part of this tour with one of our local guides you will visit the Vatican Museums with its numerous works of art and 54 galleries. The museums contain roughly 70,000 works, of which 20,000 are on display and the splendid Sistine Chapel. The tour ends in Saint Peter's basilica.