Our Private Vatican Tour Tour lets you explore the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica in a truly personal way, with a great local guide.
You’ll wander through one of the world’s largest art collections on a pleasant 3-hour journey, while discovering all the secrets about the favored artists of Renaissance and Baroque Popes.
Raphael, Perugino, Botticelli and Pinturicchio are just some of the finest Italian painters you’ll meet on your tour between the halls of the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, where you’ll finally admire the breathtaking Giudizio Universale by Michelangelo.
You will then enter the magnificent Basilica of Saint Peter, where your guide will share the secrets behind the Burial of Saint Peter, Bernini’s Baldachin and Michelangelo’s Pietà.
Leaving the Church, gripped by all this beauty, you’ll be welcomed in Saint Peter’s Square by stunning statues of the Apostles, Saints and Martires dominating the façade of the basilica and Bernini’s Colonnato.
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Our Ancient Rome & Colosseum Private Tour lets you explore the very best of Ancient Rome in a fully personal way.
Itinerary and duration of your journey can be fully personalized according to your needs and wishes.
Of course you’ll visit the Colosseum by skipping the annoying entrance line. You’ll wander through the Roman Forum and discover all the secrets of the legendary city founded by Romulus in 753 BC!
Also, get ready for breathtaking views from the Palatine top-hill terrace before admiring the Triumphal Arch of Titus and the holy House of the Vestals.
Shorter 2 hour itineraries or extended 4 hour tours can be scheduled at your convenience. Just let us know what you want to do and see and we’ll plan for you a unique trip back to the past.
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Our St. Peter’s Basilica & Dome Tour is a special experience, only for brave visitors.
Getting to the top of the Dome is not for everyone, as it can get tiring and claustrophobic at times. Be sure the views are worth the climb though!
Infact you will have Rome literally at your feet. 360 degrees of beauty that leaves anybody speechless.
After spotting the best landmarks of the Eternal City from the sky, you’ll continue your tour with a fully personalized visit of St. Peter’s Basilica.
Your expert local guide will share the secrets behind the Burial of Saint Peter, Bernini’s Baldachin and Michelangelo’s Pietà and will answer all your questions about the history of the Popes and the Vatican State.
Leaving the Church, gripped by all this beauty, you’ll be welcomed in Saint Peter’s Square by stunning statues of the Apostles, Saints and Martires dominating the façade of the Basilica and Bernini’s Colonnato.
This tour is particularly loved also by families with kids as it lets the young explorers have fun in climbing the Dome instead of squeezing them into the crowded halls of the Vatican Museum.
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The Romans have always had a great passion for public waters, from spas to aqueducts. Water, fountains and squares are part of the artistic and cultural heritage of the city: from the ancient Romans onwards, there are several illustrious men who have chosen this element of urban decor in order to give everlasting memory to their name. In addition to being used as an access point to water, they have often been used as an ornamental and artistic architectural element, even on a monumental. Trevo Fountain, Spanish steps and many others are part of the tour!
Will visit the underground of the Stadium of Domitian, located in the underneath of Piazza Navona. The remains of the Domitian Stadium (declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and subjected to indirect protection with the Ministerial Decree of 7 April 1954) are located under Piazza Navona at approximately 4.50 meters below the street level; the archaeological area is what remains of the first and only example of a masonry stadium known to date in Rome.
Will discover the Vicus Caprarius: the city of water located just a few meters from the Trevi Fountain.
An unusual piece of Rome hiding under the current city. We will discover an important part of the Acqua Virgo/Virgin Acqueduct. The visit continues by viewing the current remains of the Acqua Virgo, a still functioning aqueduct that feeds the Trevi Fountain – one of the most beautiful fountains in Rome.
The Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella and the Appian way
Will discover one of the symbolic places of the Via Appia Antica: the Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella and the Castrum Caetani. Visiting this archaeological site does not only mean being able to access the tomb of Cecilia Metella, but also walking through the rooms of the castle (castrum) built at the beginning of the fourteenth century by the Caetani family.
The visit will continue with a walk on the Via Appia, the ancient roman road.
Will take you on a journey through time. We will return to ancient Rome two thousand years ago. Walking we will discover one of the largest sites in the world, second only to the excavations of Pompeii: Ostia Antica.
We will discover this Roman city through the places that characterize it, and the stories and anecdotes related to it. Walking inside it we will get an idea of what Roman cities were like at that time, how they lived, and what they did every day. You will live a "real day in ancient Rome."
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