Join us for a day tour full of exciting sites and touring into the heart of ancient Rome. On Palatine Hill, we will visit the Colosseum, the triumphal arches of Constantine and Titus, and we will then continue with the Vatican Museums. Lunch and pick up included.
This whole day tour includes a tour to the famous sites of Rome, mainly the Roman Forum and the Vatican. The day begins with a detailed tour through the sites of the Roman Forum. After lunch, we will move onwards to the Vatican Museum to explore the most important art collections in the world, the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica.
Rome was built on seven hills but the Palatine Hill is the most well preserved excavated site of ancient Rome. Here in the Roman Forum, we will see the archaeological ruins of ancient Rome such as the Colosseum, the arches of Constantine and Titus, marketplace, temples, basilicas, road and streets.
Explore immense art collections and treasures in the Vatican Museums, amassed throughout the centuries. There are more than 50 galleries and one of the largest museums in the world. Discover the most important Renaissance art pieces in the world in Pio Clementino Hall, Laocoon and Apollo Belvedere, the Candelabra Gallery, the Tapestries Gallery, the Maps Gallery and the Sistine Chapel.
Come and view Michelangelo’s famous artworks in the Sistine Chapel. Learn the most important Papal functions held in the Sistine Chapel. Lastly, we will skip the line of entrance to St. Peter’s Basilica for a grand tour ending at the Colonnades in St. Peter’s Square.
If you liked this tour in Rome, try also this Private tour of the main and amazing Squares of Rome or this Half day tour of movie locations of "The Great Beauty"!
Informazioni complete sul punto e sulle modalità di incontro, e sui numeri di telefono locali, sono presenti sul Voucher che riceverete al momento della conferma della prenotazione.
We recommend wearing comfortable shoes and clothes.
It is not permitted to enter Churches in shorts, uncovered shoulders, miniskirts. Should St. Peter's Basilica be closed for religious ceremonies, the tour will instead include the visit of Raphael's rooms.