This itinerary can be personalised, this is just to give you an idea of the amazing experiences you can have in Rome,guided by local suppliers and local guides or small group tour where you can have the opportunity to discover Rome with a personal and distinctive touch!
When you arrive in Rome - the Eternal city - you will be welcomed with a private english speaking driver who will delighted you with magnificent views of the city around the Vatican, Sant’Angel Castle, Trastevere and the city centre.
The clue of the tour is when you will stop for toasting with Prosecco on the Gianicolo Belvedere where you can spot a lot of famous monuments.
Depending on your arrival time, you will have the choice to:
- relax in your hotel
- be left in one of our lunch suggestion location
- be left to discover the Vatican area.
Regarding the Vatican:
Entering with a Licensed private tour guide into the Vatican Museum you will be involved in the stories about the magnificent Rooms of Raphael, the Greek Cross Room, the Gallery of Tapestries and much more… The Sistine Chapel, the Michelangelo masterpiece. You will hear about Michelangelo difficulties and struggles in accepting and completing what is recognised as the most amazing painting in the world.
Get to the to most important Church of Christianity!:
St Peter’s Square and The Basilica
Climb till the top to admire the fantastic view and take a closer look to the Basilica mosaic’s up.
At the end of the day all that remains is to eat like the Romans do
We suggest you to eat in Roma Sparita restaurant in Trastevere
We will be happy to book you a table and enjoy the Roman nightlife in a vibrant district as Trastevere.
Day 2 Biking the city
Have you ever thought of exploring the city from a different point of view, perhaps biking ?
You can take the chance booking a guided bicycle tour, to sightsee the city in a different way.
This tour will give you the opportunity to visit the centre of Rome by bicycle
The tour duration is of approximately 3 hours, and the path is 11 kilometres long, with a difference in height of 80 meters. The difficulty level is low, and it will allow you to enjoy the most famous monuments.
The itinerary includes:
- Oppian Hill and Domus Aurea (“The Golden House”), with an uncommon view of the Colosseum;
- Imperial Fora;
- Trajan's Column;
- Piazza Venezia;
- Trevi Fountain;
- Piazza di Spagna;
- Portico of Octavia;
- Piazza Navona;
- Campo de’ Fiori and Piazza Farnese;
- Trastevere and the Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere;
- Circus Maximus and a view on Palatine Hill;
- Aventine Hill and the Orange Garden (the most romantic view of Rome);
- Theatre of Marcellus;
- Campidoglio (“The Capitol”) with a view on the Roman Forum
The times of departures are 09:45 am and 02:00 pm, and the itinerary is different if taken in the morning or in the afternoon.
Day 3 Colosseum and the Roman Forum
Go where few tourist have gone and explore the Colosseum from the underground.
Special entrance into the arena ( stage) where all Gladiators used to enter for their fights 2,000 years ago and experience the restricted area of the Colosseum generally not open to the public. Skip the line as the enter is from the other side of the Colosseum.
You will hear stories of Gladiators who were slaves and convicted criminals, used as a fighting game by Emperors, but you will also hear of free men who went to fight in the arena to gain honor and money. Women also fought as a Gladiators.
Then you will visit the Palatine Hill where Romolo and Remo where found by the she wolf and engage a Battle to decide who was going to built the city and all the majesty that we all see these days! A bit of a climb it is really worthwhile the photo opportunity you can take from one of the 7 major important Hill of the city.
At the end the Roman Forum which was the heart of the life in Rome. It goes all around the Palatine, The Capitol Hills, and the Colosseum.
All this can be done in three hours and a half with a small group and a tour guide that will accompain you through the various great reconstruction from 2,000 years ago until recent times.