- 3-hour or full-day Rome city tour with an expert local guide
- See attractions in the centro storico area on your Rome morning tour
- Throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain and walk to Palazzo di Montecitorio
- Visit Rome Pantheon and see the tomb of Renaissance artist Raphael
- Stroll through Piazza Navona and admire its Baroque fountains
- Upgrade to a full-day tour to explore Ancient Rome and enjoy a skip-the-line Colosseum tour
Recent Photos of This Tour
Trevi Fountain, Classical RomePhoto by: Kylie R
Australia, 05 2009
Trevi FountainPhoto by: 2nd one
Lunch at Piazza NovanoPhoto by: 2nd one
Piazza NovanaPhoto by: 2nd one
The VaticanPhoto by: 2nd one
ColosseumPhoto by: Kevin U
TreviPhoto by: margaret W
Massimo, our excellent tour ...Photo by: Gene W
USA, 12 2009
Trajan's ColumnPhoto by: Gene W
USA, 12 2009
Egyptian MonumentPhoto by: Kylie R
Australia, 05 2009
The PantheonPhoto by: Kylie R
Australia, 05 2009
The Forum in RomePhoto by: Robert C
USA, 01 2008
The Colosseum at nightPhoto by: Anonymous
A typical street in RomePhoto by: Anonymous
What You Can Expect
The centro storico was made for carefree strolling, with a myriad of cobbled footpaths and picturesque piazzas, lined by buzzing pavement-side cafés. Baroque churches, fountains and palazzos built during the Renaissance are scattered around, adding to the oh-so-Roman charm that abounds.
Amble to Trevi Fountain, hearing about its coin-throwing traditions from your guide, and then stop to throw one in yourself. Do it according to legend: throw one coin to visit Rome again, two coins to fall in love with an Italian, and a third coin to marry one! After posing for photos in front of the dazzling masterpiece, stroll over to the Column of Marcus Aurelius, and then walk over to Palazzo di Montecitorio -- an elegant Bernini-designed palace that is now used as a parliament building.
Head inside Rome Pantheon and marvel at the interior of the city’s best-preserved ancient monument. Officially a church, the Pantheon contains several tombs of eminent Italians, like the Renaissance genius Raphael. Pose for pictures from the outside and then walk from Piazza della Rotonda to Piazza Navona to admire its lavish Bernini fountains.
Hop back on board your coach and end your tour back at the start point. Alternatively, request a drop-off at one of four different locations; simply let your guide know on the day.
Want to see more of Rome? Upgrade to the full-day tour, and after your morning tour, spend a couple of hours at leisure for lunch (own expense), and then meet your guide at a pre-arranged time for your afternoon tour. By coach and on foot, see the sights of Imperial Rome, including Piazza de Campidoglio on Capitoline Hill, Circus Maximus, and the Church of St Peter in Chains. Finish with a skip-the-line Colosseum tour.
Full-Day Tour with Lunch:
Upgrade to the full-day tour and include lunch at a restaurant close to Vatican City or Termini Station in between your morning and afternoon tour.
Hotel pickup is available; please click on ‘View Additional Info’ below to see the Rome hotels that are included in this service.
Please note: Rome's Trevi Fountain is currently under restoration until late 2015. A walkway above the central portion of the fountain will allow you to catch a glimpse of the ongoing work. Water will be drained during the process, but you'll still be able to cast your coins into the fountain for luck.
Green line tours were great, the tour guide was very knowledgable and personable, the tour bus we used to transport was in very good shape and clean. Over all excellent experience.
Gwen is absolutely outstanding. We have taken many tours over many years in several cities in Europe, and this is probably the single best one. Gwen knows the Trastevere and the Jewish Quarter of Rome incredibly well, and she is smart and articulate. The tour is well planned, with some walking and some sitting. It was a great pleasure. Highest rating.
Great tour guide, used audio headset to keep us informed. Easy to understand, good coverage of must see sights
A great day with a great guide. There is SO MUCH art in Rome (and all of Italy, really) that the guide could be talking every second of the tour. I think they do a good job covering the highlights. If you majored in art history, you're going to know more than everyone else on the tour -- but you'll enjoy yourself, too.
A wonderful experience. Walking tours are so much fun. Our guide Max is amazing. He has so much knowledge and a great sense of humor and I love the way he talks with his hands. I would recommend this to everyone.
Great have a guide to explain all there is to see on the tour,our guides knowledge was expansive,and made our tour far more interesting and informative
I am glad that we took this tour on day one of our visit to Rome because it gave us an excellent overview of the city. Again, the tour guide was great and had a great sense of humor!
A fantastic day! Both the morning and afternoon tours were wonderful and the guides were so knowledgeable. We appreciated the professionism and friendliness of the guides and drivers.
It was all great!!
Amazing tour with our amazing guide Massimo. It is a very easy and scenic walking tour, but Massimo not only added excellent information about each historic site, but kept us entertained the entire time with his witty sense of humor. We did this tour combined with the afternoon Colosseum tour. It included lunch. If you have limited time, I would higly recommend this tour, it includes skip the line at both the Vatican and the Colosseum which I would highly recommend. The line into St. Peter's Basically looked to be a 1/2 mile long, with this tour, we simply walked right in.