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A great way to see Rome at night and learn some of the darker history of the city. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable and friendly.
Very unique experience full of interesting stories that you won't hear anywhere else. Loved our guide, John! He was knowledgeable about his subject, encouraged questions and was just all around helpful with directions and recommendations. Even my kids agreed that this was a highlight of our trip.
Yet another excellent tour. A great alternative to the usual tourist haunts (excuse tbe pun !). Louise, our guide made it very interesting and entertaining. She also spoke excellent English considering she was from Ireland (only joking).
The brittish guide was very well read on Rome, showed us a new and very intresting side of the town. Never a dull moment!
Best way to start our Rome visit, the stories were so creepy. The guide was so much fun, and gave a new side to Rome.
Really great guide (Massimo)and experience - our daughter (14) was also very pleased ! Walk takes 2 hours but every minute was flying.
This was really fun and a good way to hear some really interesting stories and see parts of Rome that you don't hear about when you do all the main stream tourist activities. We really enjoyed it.
Our tour guide was fabulous! She knew what she was talking about and enjoyed what she was doing! It was the best tour we had in Rome
Jon was an enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide that bought alive the folklore of Rome from a different perspective. A must for those who want a little more from their Roma adventure. Recommend taking the tour at the start of a stay in Rome as it added another layer to our sightseeing experiences.
This tour was great! A lot of fun! I would not call it a 'ghost' tour though, it was more an interesting tour of the parts of the city where the rest of the people lived. Most of Rome is always about the royal class but this tour described the society very well.
Children loved it. Much talked about afterwards and although advertised as a ghost tour it was certainly also historically interesting and have a good background to life in Rome over the last 500 years or so.