Rome is full of history and art and you will visit the most important attractions of the city in just one day! Discover Roman's squares and fountains and historical attractions at Vatican City during your small group guided tour! Pick up service, lunch and skip the line tickets are included.
Our wonderful small group tour of Rome and the Vatican includes a pick up service from your centrally located hotel in Rome, together with skip-the-line tickets to the Vatican, an italian lunch in a typical restaurant in the city centre and an english speaking expert guide who is friendly and very knowledgeable! You will disover every secret of the Eternal City and you will able to visit the most important attractions in just one day. You will see these magnificent cities through the eyes of a local which will magnify the intense beauty of the area!
You will be picked up directly at your centrally located hotel in Rome for your small group tour of maximum 18 participants. Your comfortable tour bus will take you to the first attraction of your tour in the city center, accompanied by an english speaking expert guide.
In the morning, you will visit the Theater of Marcellus, the most ancient theater discovered. Then you will explore the Jewish Ghetto and its fascinating archaeological area of Porticus Octaviae. You will later move on to Campo de' Fiori, famous for its open air food market.
Your tour in the city center of Rome will then continue to the famous Pantheon.
You will stop at the Pantheon, world's largest dome. Then you will arrive in the beautiful Piazza Navona, one of the largest Roman squares, with the famous Bernini's Fountain. Talking about fountains, you will be able to see the world famous Trevi Fountain, an icon of Rome.
Your visit of the city center will end with a stop in Piazza di Spagna, where you will see the Spanish Steps. You will then move to a typical restaurant in which you will have a delicious lunch, before moving to the Vatican City.
After your lunch and before the end of your small group tour, you will be taken to the most important Catholic site. You will enter the Vatican Museums with your skip the line tickets and with your expert vatican guide. After a visit to the Vatican Museums, with the magnificient Sistine Chapel, you will move to the most famous Catholic church. When you arrive at Saint Peter's Basilica, you will not have to wait in line and your guide will ensure that you do not miss any important details inside or out. The tour will continue to St. Peter's Square, with the famous Bernini's double Colonnade.
If you are interested in other tours in Rome, you can have a look at our Full-day Vatican and Colosseum tour, with tickets and hotel pick-up, that will also give you the chance to visit the other main attraction of Rome, the magnificent Colosseum. Enjoy Rome city centre with our Group Tour of the Main Squares of Rome, that will let you visit the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, and the Spanish Steps. ItaliaXP also offer a private tour of the Vatican, thanks to which you can enjoy the beauties of the Vatican accompanied by an authorized guide who will dedicate himself only to your group.
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
The pick-up service is available for this tour from centrally located hotels in Rome.
This is a small group tour which allows a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 18 participants, in order to assure you a more intimate and personalized experience.
We regret to inform you that the Museum requires that wheelchair bound clients follow a different itinerary, so they won't be able to join our regular tour.
We remind you that the Vatican City requires a very strict dress code. It is not permitted to enter churches with uncovered shoulders and legs. We cannot be helded responsable for accesses denied due to improper clothes.
We remind you that it is forbidden to bring into Museum metal objects, and oversize backpacks and luggages.
Should St. Peter's Basilica be closed for religious ceremonies, the tour will instead include a deeper visit of Raphael's rooms.