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Unlock the magic of Rome

The Eternal City has been a global centre of power, culture and religion for nearly 3000 years. A tour is invaluable to highlight the very best of Rome: from the Sistine Chapel to the Colosseum, the range of humanity’s most awesome masterpieces is truly breathtaking.

Attractions in Rome

Colosseum
The Roman Empire’s largest amphitheatre, and one of the world’s most awe-inspiring ancient monuments.
Trevi Fountain
A beautiful Baroque fountain, built at the end of an ancient Roman aqueduct.
Spanish Steps
Once you climb Europe’s longest outdoor stairs, enjoy a beautiful vista of Rome with St Peter's Basilica in the distance.
Roman Forum
The political, religious and civic heart of ancient Rome.
Pantheon
Perhaps ancient Rome's most astonishing architectural feat.
Piazza Navona
A lovely square on the former site of the Stadium of Domitian, boasting wonderful Baroque fountains.
St. Peter's Basilica
The most important church in the Catholic world, and without doubt the most impressive.
Campo De' Fiori
Host to a daily fruit and vegetable market, this square is a great place to soak up the atmosphere of Rome.
Vatican Museums
A jaw-dropping Papal collection of art and artefacts.
Jewish Ghetto
For over 300 years all the Jews in Rome were restricted to this small area; today it is a vibrant and fascinating district.
Underground Colosseum
Exclusive access to the underground chambers and tunnels of this ancient amphitheatre - an unforgettable experience.
Galleria Borghese
The former home of the great Cardinal Borghese, displaying his magnificent collection of priceless artworks.
Sistine Chapel
The jewel in the Vatican's crown, adorned with a stunning fresco by Michelangelo.
Catacombs
An underground network of ancient Christian burial grounds.
Castel Sant'Angelo
The former tomb of the emperor Hadrian is now an imposing fortress full of Papal history.
Basilica of San Clemente
This church is on three levels: medieval, early Christian and finally an ancient Roman cult sanctuary.
National Museum of Rome
The Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi and Baths of Diocletian - plenty to see here.
Capitoline Museums
Yet another stunning museum of ancient art, in two Michelangelo-designed palaces.
Trastevere
A busy, charming and characterful district across the Tiber which has kept hold of its authenitic Roman feel.
Aventine Hill
Amazing vistas across Rome, beautiful roses, and a secret keyhole with a special view of St. Peter’s.
Capitoline Hill
The ceremonial centre of ancient Rome, rejuvenated by Michelangelo in the Renaissance and offering amazing views over the Forum.
Bocca della Verità
Don’t get your hand bitten off by the Mouth of Truth!
Palatine Hill
This hill is where the Roman State began, and where Rome's Emperors used to live. Today it boasts many remains from their magnificent palaces.
Appian Way
This ancient Roman road goes outside the city walls and is crammed with fascinating sights.
Ostia Antica
This well preserved port town allows a real glimpse at day-to-day existence in the ancient Roman Empire.
Hadrian's Villa
Secluded in the valley of Tivoli, Hadrian's Villa is the former magnificent palace of one of Rome's greatest emperors.
Castel Gandolfo
A small town housing the Pope's summer palace, perched on a hill above the beautiful Lake Albano.
Villa d'Este
A fine home featuring an incredible Italian Renaissance garden, complete with some very impressive fountains.
Altare della Patria
This dazzling monument to the Unification of Italy dominates the skyline of Rome.
Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls
This church was built over the burial place of St. Paul, and is one of the four most important basilicas in Rome.
Archbasilica of St. John in the Lateran
Said to be the oldest in the world, this is the mother of all Christian churches.
Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore
This spectacular Baroque church is one of the four most important in Rome.
Wine
When in Rome, drink what the Romans drink.
Food
Italian cuisine is the most popular in the world, but there's much more to it than just pizza and pasta.
Pompeii
Smothered by a volcano and buried for over 1,500 years, Pompeii's beautiful buildings and art survive for all to see today.
Circus Maximus
A magnificent ancient chariot racing stadium.
The Forum of Augustus and the Forum of Nerva
Two of Rome's finest Imperial Forums.
Trajan's Forum and Column
One of the more impressive Forums in the area, with a beautiful triumphal column.
The Church of Sant'Agnese in Agone
A beloved Baroque church set in Piazza Navona.
Piazza del Popolo
The Piazza del Popolo is one of Rome's most beautiful squares, with an important and long-standing history.
Villa Borghese Gardens
A vast and lovely scenic public park, adjoining the Borghese gallery.
Pyramid of Cestius
A rarely-visited tomb that is over 2000 years old, well preserved thanks to its part in the ancient city fortifications.
The Basilica of Santa Maria del Popolo
One of Rome's most interesting churches, displaying work by its most famous artists.
Porta Portese Market
A large and bustling flea market, held every Sunday in Trastevere.
Basilica of Santa Maria in Cosmedin
This Basilica dates from the Byzantine era, and is home to the Bocca della Veritá and the remains of St. Valentine.
St. Peter's Square
Designed by Bernini, St Peter's Square is a stunning colonnaded piazza leading up to St. Peter's Basilica.
Theatre of Marcellus
The Theatre of Marcellus was an ancient Roman arena built by the Emperor Augustus.
Temple of Hercules Victor
The unique Temple of Hercules Victor is the oldest marble building in Rome, and one of its best preserved ancient temples.
St. Peter's Dome
The greatest dome in Christendom (and the largest in the world).
Temple of Portunus
One of the oldest and best preserved ancient Roman temples, dedicated to the god of portals and cattle.
Piazza and Palazzo Farnese
One of the most important palaces of the High Renaissance, once home to Pope Paul III and currently the French Embassy.
Villa Farnesina
A gorgeous Renaissance building, with some amazing artwork and lovely gardens.
The Garden of Oranges
A beautiful space named for its plentiful citrus trees, with fantastic views and important Dominican history.
Santa Marinella Beach
A secluded and beautiful beach a short journey from the city of Rome.
Santa Severa Beach
A lovely beach just outside Rome, beside a medieval castle.
Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere
An ancient and colourful Christian church in one of the liveliest spots in town.
Domus Aurea
Emperor Nero's enormous private villa complex beside the Colosseum.
Basilica of Santi Cosma e Damiano
An early Christian church in a converted Temple of Romulus, with some mosaic masterworks inside.
Arch of Titus
One of Rome's most iconic triumphal arches, and the model for the Parisian Arc de Triomphe.
Arch of Constantine
The largest and most magnificent of Rome's triumphal arches, with a curious history in its sculpture.
Gelato Ice Cream
The world-famous Italian ice cream perfect on a hot day in the city.
Amalfi
Set below steep cliffs on Italy’s south west coast, Amalfi is filled with picturesque towns and gorgeous scenery.
Florence
It is the capital of Italy’s Tuscany region and birthplace of the Renaissance,. Marvel at masterpieces of architecture and art.
Tower of Pisa
This medieval structure is the bell tower of the city's Cathedral, but is better known worldwide for its unintended tilt.
Janiculum Hill
The walk up to Janiculum Hill (Gianicolo in Italian) provides spectacular views of the Alban hills.
Lungotevere
The banks of the Tiber, or the Lungotevere, offer impressive views of Rome and are lined with drooping trees.
Fontana dell'Acqua Paola
This Fountain owes its name to Pope Paul V after he restored it, it remains a picturesque spot to this day.
Caravaggio
An artist who heavily influenced Baroque painting whose pieces are found all around Rome.
Mamertine Prison
Known in antiquity as the Tullianum, the dungeons were used to hold Saint Paul before he was beheaded.
Amalfi Coast
This sunny peninsula's charm and mountainous scenery has enticed tourists for millenia.
Positano
One of the Amalfi Coast's most picturesque villages, set atop a hill with a long sandy beach.
Sorrento
The largest town on the Amalfi Coast -well-stocked with shops and restaurants- that is as old as Rome itself.
Ostia Antica Museum
Housed on the ground floor of a building dating back to the 15th century. Contains artwork, statues and family possessions recovered from the site.
Thermopolium
Precursor to the snack-bars and cafés of modern Rome, which was used by common people who had no kitchens.
Baths of Neptune
Ancient public baths coated in beautiful mosaics and designs, which have survived astoundingly intact.
Porta Romana
Inscriptions at one of three main gates, framed by the 1st century BC walls of Sulla.
Temple Di Ercole
One of many outstanding temples dotted around the ancient City.
The Grand Theatre
Accommodates up to 5000 people and has surprisingly excellent acoustics.
The Forum at Pompeii
Built around the fourth century BC, during the Samnite era: it was a small open area around which shops were placed.
The Amphitheatre of Pompeii
The oldest stone building of its kind known to mankind, dating back to 80 BC.
Naples' National Archaeological Museum
Houses one of the world's finest collections of Graeco-Roman artefacts.
Garden of the Fugitives
One of the most dramatic proofs of what happened on that tragic day in 79 AD, with body casts of victims of the eruption.
House of the Faun
A luxury Roman house that was buried during the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 AD and rediscovered during the archaeological excavations of ancient Pompeii.
Lupanare, The Brothel
A window into the 'private' life of the Ancient Romans. The brothels (from Latin Lupa, she-wolf, ie prostitute), were the Roman places dedicated to mercenary sexual pleasure.
Aqueducts
A marvel of Roman engineering, the aqueducts provided drinking water and indoor sewer systems that carried water away from the city.
Baths of Caracalla
Perhaps the most monumental and imposing archeological complexes of the entire Imperial epoch, the baths provided the population with sanitation facilities and opportunities to socialise.
Tomb of Cecilia Metella
The most visible and majestic tomb of the first and most important Roman road.
Piazza Santa Maria
A happening square in the heart of Trastevere where you can relax, people watch and enjoy the festivities in the evenings.
Vatican Secret Rooms
With your guide, you will have access to the hidden passageways and secret rooms of Vatican Museum.
Cortile del Belvedere
Enjoy a tranquil stroll through the impressive Belvedere Courtyard.
The Creation
Forms part of the Sistine Chapel's ceiling, painted by Michelangelo c. 1508–1512.
The Last Judgement
Fresco covering the whole altar wall of the Sistine Chapel.
Gallery of Tapestries
Take time to explore the Gallery of the Tapestries.
Gallery of Maps
Become immersed in the grandeur of the Gallery of Maps.
Fontana delle Rana
Nestled into Quartiere Coppedé, the Beatles famously dunked themselves in this fountain of the frogs after a concert.
The Outdoor Chandelier
Noted as the entrance to Quartiere Coppedè, this out of place outdoor chandelier invites travelers into this fairytale neighborhood.
Quartiere Coppedé
Built by an architect between 1913-1927, this off-the-beaten track neighborhood is known for its blend of styles and its fantastical ambiance.
Il Vittoriano
Looking for unbeatable views of Rome? Travel to the top of the Altar of the Fatherland museum for unparalleled vistas of the capital.
Monti District
Formerly Suburra - an ancient Roman neighborhood walled off from the Forum - the neighborhood is now one filled with locals, and the occasional lost tourist.
Largo di Torre Argentina
The site of Pompey - where Julius Caesar was assassinated by the Senate - is now equally known locally as a shelter for stray cats, who are often as photographed as the ruins themselves.
Homemade gnocchi
A classic Italian-style dish made with potatoes and accompanied with tomato sauce usually served in Sunday lunches with the family.
Homemade Italian Cookies
A typical Italian sweet originally cooked by 'La Nonna' to share with the family that can be found in any Italian bakery. There are more than 10 varieties of cookies to taste.
Homemade meatballs
A classic Italian dish that can be made of different kinds of meat such as beef or pork, usually accompanied with pasta and tomato sauce.
Prosecco
Prosecco is an Italian white wine, generally a dry or extra dry sparkling wine made only from the variety of Glera grapes, formerly known as “prosecco grapes”.
Cook with a 'nonna'
Nonna is the Italian word for grandmother, and she is the soul of every Italian family.
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