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We had a great day with Marco and Roy in Mazzana Romana. Although the same or similar classes are offered in Rome, we very much enjoyed the trip to the town of Mazzana Romana and the change from the City. All of the logistics went smoothly and on time. The shopping in Mazzana was fun and location for the lesson was charming. The food turned out to be delicious. But Marco and Roy were the best part of the trip. They were easy to be with and yet very professional. We truly did learn about Italian cooking and had a wonderful day doing it.
I had so much fun in this class! Elisa and Cornelia were both phenomenal. It's quite a drive to Mazzano Romano but the town itself is very nice and gives you a good small town feel. I enjoyed the market aspect of the tour where they will take you to a local butcher and other stores. We helped in cooking a lot of things - 6 to be exact. And since we did this on my birthday, they even baked a chocolate cake for me! I highly recommend this tour. Pro tip: try to skip breakfast if you can, you're definitely going to need the extra space!
Escape Rome for a day in the countryside learning how to cook authentic Italian dishes. Travel from the city to the ancient village of Mazzano Romano, where your experience starts by shopping for ingredients at the local market. Then help to prepare and cook a traditional meal under the guidance of an instructor before sitting down to enjoy your creations with Italian wine. The class is limited to eight people to provide an intimate, small-group experience.
Private Early Bird Vatican and St Peter's Basilica Tour: Hotel Pick-up Drop-off
From $292.93 (Price varies by group size )
Still in Awe
, Feb 2020
Marco was a fantastic and knowledgeable guide. We arrived before opening and were pleasantly surprised by the lack of people. They were still mopping!
Everything was breathtaking, as expected.
Upon exiting and seeing the queue waiting to get in...we were thrilled!
Definitely worth every penny.
This tour was very expensive and felt a little rushed through the Vatican museums. We did only have three hours but there was so much to see there is no way it would be enough time. That said the guide was amazing and knew her history and art. She provided great detail and we could not be happier with her knowledge. Being there before the crowd was wonderful and highly recommended.
We were so happy we booked this tour! Our tour guide was excellent! I am bad with names, I think it was Alicia. We did not have to wait in the lines, which is wonderful when you only have a day to tour. Our guide was so knowledgeable, we went away very impressed. She also went out of her way to help us get to our next tour. Well worth the money.
Visit the Vatican without the crowds on a private early-bird tour and enter the Vatican Museums before the complex opens to the general public. Enjoy an exclusive exploration of world-renowned art by Renaissance masters, visit the Sistine Chapel, and enter St. Peter’s Basilica directly from the museums, without waiting in the main line. Upgrade for a prime version with even earlier priority access, including the Raphael Rooms.
Two couples spent our full day seeing the highlights of ROME, with a personable, smart guide who responded smoothly to our interests and adjustments along the way. Private automobile connections were efficient and saved us valuable time--crucial in Rome's crazy traffic. This was Viator's most expensive full-day, private trip, but we all feel that it was worth the cost because of the quality of the guide and the thoughtfulness of the entire experience, including a historic trattoria--Pasqualino al Colosseo--for a perfect lunch.
Our private small group WOW tour of the highlights of Rome was truly, WOW!! Our tour guide was knowledgeable and efficient. Everything went as planned with the private tour, even meeting us at the ship dock with a van! This tour so easy to arrange by phone from the USA. We got front-of-line tickets every time, passing up those long, long, lines at the Vatican and the Coliseum. This enabled us to see so much more than if we had tried to venture out on our own. I will definitely recommend Viator as an affordable, professional touring experience.
Seeing Rome in a day is a monumental task but this private, full-day tour covers it all. Visit the city’s iconic landmarks including the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, and Vatican City, avoiding long lines with priority access admission. Quickly get between sites with private transportation and enjoy a delicious Roman lunch as part of your package. This tour is ideal for first-time visitors who are short on time.
Semi Private Dinner near the Pantheon, Wine Pairing and Visit to Ancient Cellar
Perfect for First Timers in Rome
, Jan 2020
Excellent experience. Daniela was very knowledgeable about both food and the area. It was a great way to start off the week in Rome with insider information on where to eat and what to see. Would recommend this experience to anyone.
This was a wonderful evening! Martina, our guide, was fabulous. She made everyone feel as if they were "home". We were 8 people in all (including Martina). The food was absolutely delicious, and the pairings were great as well. I very highly recommend this.
had a great time in Rome. The wine tasting was great as was the excellent dinner. The host was a lot of fun and made it an enjoyable night. I also met a family on the tour who were great fun. The whole evening was amazing. would do it again.
When in Rome, treat yourself to a luxurious Italian dinner at a family-run restaurant near the Pantheon. Hosted by a culinary connoisseur, this evening experience includes local specialties, from pasta to a meat dish to dessert. Each course is accompanied by a glass of regional wine, and the evening starts with a classic Italian aperitivo in the private cellar, where you enjoy a glass of prosecco served with cured meat and cheeses. This small-group dinner is limited to 10 people for a more intimate experience.
Fantastic tour with such a lovely knowledgeable personable guide named Laura.
Enchanting being amongst the splendour without any crowds and being guided to the magic ‘greatest hits’ and not feeling overwhelmed. Well worth the extra money for such a special tour.
I highly suggest going to the dome of St. Peter’s after the tour (extra 8 euros - lots of steps but the view is amazing !!
Tens of thousands of people visit the Vatican Museums each day to see St. Peter’s Basilica, masterpieces by the likes of Michelangelo and Raphael, and the Sistine Chapel. Get inside the UNESCO-listed complex before it opens to the general public on this early-access tour that’s limited to just 12 participants. Enter through a reserved doorway to skip the lines, and stay a step ahead of the large crowds on this carefully planned route that ensures you make the most of your time.
It was a wonderful experience. In a short time we covered several sites.
Our guide was very pleasant and accommodating. She went out of her way to make us feel comfortable. The whole experience was amazing. Loved Rome
Experience over 2,500 years of history on a private tour through one of the world’s most popular and influential regions—Rome’s beautiful historical district. Roam the streets of this city in a comfortable, covered, street-legal golf cart—providing access unavailable on foot. This family-friendly sightseeing tour offers a narrated journey of the palaces, monuments, churches, fountains, and statues that define the rich heritage of the capital and largest city in Italy.
The tour was ok , the lunch was delicious, but in general it was rush, the stop at Napoli was a disaster, the bus stopped by the pier, very long and very fast walk to the plaza, not enough time to enjoy and spent 20 minutes to go to the bathrooms and no bus ride around the city. Walking back to the bus was worse, like running a marathon. Not what was advertised.
Me and my boyfriend came to Rome for a few days and wanted to see all the sights and fit in a trip to Pompeii.
After finding out about this day trip, We were really excited about the day. we had never done a guided tour before and didnt know what to expect. The meeting place was very easy to find. The tour guide, Enrica, makes you feel very welcome from start to finish. She was very funny, full if energy and extremely knowledgeable about Italy in general which added tremendous value. The bus driver, antonio, was also excellent the bus ride was very comforable especially coming from someone who gets travel sickness the drive was very smooth and the coach was lovely. The Pompei tour guide, George, was very insightful and you could tell he was passionate about the historical site.
I would advise you to travel light as it's a long day and you walk some miles so wear comfy shoes!.
Constructive criticism- our trip to Napoli could have been a little longer as we felt a little rushed though we appreciated that we had a schedule to keep. Obviously this isnt relevant to anyone that is lucky enough to see vesuvius.
Overall I would reccomend this trip to anybody and a thoroughly deserved 5*.
Take a day out of your Rome vacation to get acquainted with Mt. Vesuvius and Pompeii. This day trip to Pompeii includes a steady-paced hike up Mt. Vesuvius (summer only) or a visit to Naples when Vesuvius is closed in winter, plus a pizza lunch and a tour of the UNESCO-listed digs at Pompeii. Hear the history from a local guide and admire artifacts that date back to the infamous Mt. Vesuvius eruption of AD 79.
The tour is well thought out--just the right time at each stop, some free time, gorgeous towns and scenery, excellent information. And the meal was far, far above our expectations, in a gorgeous old farmhouse with some of the most excellent we had in our entire 6 days in Italy. Our guide, Antonina, was lovely, witty, and generous. My kids aged 22, 20 and 17 all loved it too.
Take a Tuscany tour from Rome and see the best of the captivating Val d’Orcia region, near Siena. With a local guide at your side, discover countryside where historic hilltowns perch on sun-drenched hills and Tuscan farms dot the landscape. Visit the wine towns of Montepulciano and Montalcino, and enjoy free time to explore Pienza, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wine tasting and lunch at a farm is included.
Best of Rome in Two Days Private Guided Tour and Chauffeur Service -VIP Entrance
From $611.25 (Price varies by group size )
If you want to see everything with help
, Nov 2019
Excellent team. Thorough, knowledgeable, friendly. We got to see all the famous sites, the Vatican, the ancients, and with the transportation, jumping lines, and the stories you just couldn’t do this alone
This tour was great from start to finish! Our driver picked us up right in front of our Airbnb each morning and took us through the city while giving us history and insight to all of the major attractions of Rome. When we met with our first guide Zenda to tour the colusseum and Roman forum she was friendly and accommodating. She gave us a great tour through the colusseum and Roman forum and was very considerate of the needs of my elderly parents. The next day Puala gave us a terrific tour through the Vatican museum and St Peters Basilica. Her knowledge of all the aspects of the museum was incredible. This was a great tour package overall. My elderly parents loved it and each night when the driver would drop us off at our flat we had nothing but wonderful things to say about each day. We would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a great tour!
Discover Rome in two days with your own private guide, and check off the capital’s must-see sights alongside some lesser-known gems. During two full-day tours for a group of up to seven people, explore Rome’s historical center, the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel, the Appian Way catacombs, the Colosseum, and the Roman Forum. Skip-the-line tickets plus hotel pickups and drop-offs are included.
Semi Private Pompeii, Positano & Amalfi Coast Tour from Rome
Off-Seaon Positano is CLOSED! Paid for entire experience
, Dec 2019
The tour company was great to work with for the overall tour, I would use again for other tours. Happy with the driver - very prompt. Happy with tour guide at Pompeii.
Don’t do this tour during off-season months. You are paying for an hour stop at a place that is completely shut down. This tour should have been removed as an option for December. Paid full price to not get the real Positano experience. It is a Rip-off paying for the extra stop during off-season.
Discover one of Italy’s most beautiful stretches of coastline on this Amalfi Coast day trip from Rome. Explore the volcanic ruins of ancient Pompeii, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, before exploring the picturesque town of Positano. Combine Italian scenery, archaeology, and history on this intimate, small-group tour limited to eight people per vehicle, plus lunch at a local restaurant.
The Colosseum is amazing and the arena floor tour is excellent. However this tour was so slow as to be annoying. From our meeting time to actually entering the Colosseum it was one hour. What a waste of time. And the inside tour guide was so slow, walked slow, moved slow,
On this Colosseum underground tour, you can experience this historic Rome icon to the fullest with access to areas that are typically closed to the public—the underground chambers and the arena floor. After skipping the main entrance line, explore the Colosseum with an informative guide, who shares stories about life in Ancient Rome. Get the rare chance to walk through the tunnels, stand where gladiators stood and enjoy a panoramic view. Then visit the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill to complete your tour of Rome’s top ancient sites.
Ruins of Pompeii & Stunning Sorrento Coastline: Day Trip by High-Speed Train
Pompei and Sorrento Small Group tour
, Nov 2019
Although the weather was rainy for most of the trip, this was one of the most memorable tours I took from Rome. We were met at the main train terminal in Rome by our host, who directed us to the proper track in the busy station. He saw us onto the train safely. The train was very clean, and the ride was smooth, with lovely countryside views, and arrived on time. Our local tour guide, Vincenzio ('Enzio'), escorted us to our large bus (even though our group was very small), where we had plenty of room to stretch out. Enzio is from Naples, and related fascinating stories of the city. He turned us over to another experienced guide for the Pompei tour, which was fabulous. Without the detailed knowledge of the guide, we would not have experienced the full impact of life in Pompei before the eruption. We were then joined once again with Enzio, and got on the bus for a 45-minute drive to Sorrento, where we had lunch at a lovely restaurant overlooking the city. Enzio showed us a couple of special shops with outstanding products, including a cameo shop that had been run by the same family for 3 generations, and a delicious lemon shop with the best limoncello ever. We had over an hour of free time to browse the other shops and even dip our toes into the Mediterranean See on the beach. This is the only way to go for your Pompei tour, even though it is more expensive than most (because of the train ride, which took just over an hour - less than half as long as driving would have been). The expertise of our guides and bus driver was worth every penny.
Nicola was the best guide we could have ever imagined for our tour in Pompeii. He was born in Pompeii and has been a guide for 51 years. So knowledgeable and passionate. It was an amazing experience. Unfortunately, traffic prevented us from having much time in Sorrento, but that is something you just can't control.
In the same way that Rome wasn’t built in a day, many believe Pompeii can’t be seen in a day. Well, this isn’t true. This day trip from Rome not only takes in the ancient ruins of Pompeii, but it includes nearby Sorrento at the start of the UNESCO World Heritage Amalfi Coast. This small-group experience, with transport by high-speed train, is limited to just 15 people.
This tour was good, however it wasn't what we expected. There were a lot of groups doing the same 'before opening' tour so the place was still fairly packed (though admittedly much less so). Our guide was knowledgeable and lead us through the building to the Sistine Chapel, stopping along the way to give us some interesting facts. He then left us to explore the rest of the museums and the Vatican itself at our own convenience.
Although it was very early in the morning, we had a wonderful one hour tour through some parts of the vatican museums. Of course it is not possible to see all the astonishing art pieces during such a short period of the time but that was not our goal anyway. We wanted to see the sistine chapel with enough time and space to walk around inside of it so that we could see all the beautiful paintings and this tour made it possible. After all the explanations our guide Gigi had given us, he stoped his tour in front of the entrance of the chapel because it is not allowed to talk inside and so we had about two hours left to see the chapel, and all the other parts of the museums that we were interested in, before they opened their doors for the entire public. My only point of critique is that our lovely guide, who did really a good job, talked a little bit to fast. But if you go to bed early enough the day before your tour will take place and if you drink a nice espresso immediatly (which is possible at a little cafe near the entrance of the museums) before the tour starts it should be no problem.
Visit the Sistine Chapel before it opens to the general public with this early-access ticket to the Vatican Museums complex. Explore at your own pace, stopping to admire Michelangelo’s famous ceiling fresco and his other works in a tranquil, crowd-free atmosphere. See the Vatican museums, Vatican Crypts, and St. Peter's Basilica before your visit ends.
We left from Rome very early, the trip was expected to be 12 hours. We had a very nice and comfortable Mercedes van and an excellent driver. Our tour guide was Georgia. She was exceptional. Her knowledge of the history and areas of our visit were also part of the entire package which made for a wonderful trip. We were amazed with our visit to Pompeii, it should be on everyone's list when visiting Italy. The Amalfi coast "Sorrento" was a picture postcard. The drive along the sea was beyond words. We spent a few hours in the city of Sorrento, this was to have lunch and shop, the shopping was great and so was the food. Don't forget to sample the Lemoncello here. If you go to Rome take a full day and travel on this excursion, you won't regret it.
Check off two UNESCO-listed wonders on this full-day tour from Rome—the mighty ruins of Pompeii and the idyllic Amalfi Coast. First, discover the relics of one of ancient Rome’s most important cities as you walk around Pompeii and stand in awe before the world’s oldest surviving Roman amphitheater. Then, soak up the scenery along the Amalfi Coast and stop for lunch (own expense) in the picturesque fishing village of Positano. This small-group tour is limited to 18 people, ensuring a personalized experience.
Private Tour: Amalfi Coast and Pompeii Day Trip from Rome
From $426.07 (Price varies by group size )
, Feb 2020
I know that Pino is married and so am I, so we will just be friends! Haha
It was a magnificent day. Our family loved to visit to Pompeii. Our guide there, Hector, was fantastic. You can tell he loves his work. Very informative.
Pino our guide for the day was very friendly and showed us the sweet spots. He made certain the we captured the right memories in photographs.
Artur...BEST DRIVER EVER. If you get car sick, it’s a miserable ride from Rome. Take some Dramamine and go anyway!! Beautiful day.
We HIGHLY recommend this tour and especially these guides! All the love from The Briggses!
We had a great time in our visit to Pompei and the Amalfi region. Christina, our guide, and Artur, our driver, were most helpful. Our guide in Pompei was almost as memorable as the ancient ruins themselves! Our trip went pretty much according to plan, and even unforeseen mishaps caused only minimal interruption. This tour is a good way of visiting this part of the country if you’re based in Rome and have only a limited time to spare.
Take a break from the bustling energy of Rome visit two of southern Italy’s UNESCO-listed, must-see destinations on a private, guided day trip. Visit the fascinating ruins of Pompeii, where you can walk through an ancient city frozen in time by the AD 79 eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Continue on to the spectacularly scenic Amalfi Coast, stopping for lunch with a view in the picturesque fishing village of Positano. Enjoy free time to explore and browse unique handmade shops in Positano and the neighboring town of Amalfi.
Small-Group Tour: Florence and Pisa Day Trip from Rome
From $286.27 (Price varies by group size )
Rushed, but balanced
, Dec 2019
We had lots of things on the agenda. I was surprised that we were able to get in as much as we did. Our guides were very nice and accommodating for our whole group. There was another guide besides the one in our van who met us in Florence to show us the sites on the walking tour through Florence. Although he was nice and very knowledgeable, I think one guide could have handled the whole thing. Just an extra person to tip really. I say this because the time spent on each attraction in Florence was so short, we received only superficial information.
The van was very small and you are hip to hip with the other guests. Since the seats only seat 3 people. the back seat is very cramped and if you're claustrophobic, forget it! There's no way to get out of the back seat without folding up one of the middle seats. Since people often travel in pairs, one of the pairs will be separated as my wife and I were for the whole trip. Fortunately, our travel mates were very nice, but if one was not nice, it would make for a long day.
The roads along the coast are bumpy. And when I say bumpy, I'm talking teeth-shattering bumps. There are no signs to let the driver know where the bumps are, and there's no way to avoid some of them, so be prepared for a spine-crushing ride on the way to Pisa. On the way back, it's dark, but you're on more of an interstate. There are some sharp curves and our driver made me feel like we were going over the edge several times. He lane-straddled very often and passed within milimeters of other cars. Scary for highway speeds of 140+KPH. Yes, I was watching the speedometer. The good part was that the GPS told me we had 2.5 hours to go and it took a little more than 1.5 not counting our stop at the gas station.
I wish we had a little more time for souvenir shopping, but like I said, we fit in a lot of attractions. A LOT. Great photos and we'll have to return for more! Our guide Michaela was very nice and patient with our tourist questions and was quite knowledgeable on Etruscan history in the region. I recommend this tour for the above reasons!
3.5 hours there along the coast was nice, and 3 hours back to rest after a full day. Had sufficient time to see the leaning Tower of Pisa but not go up in it. Saw The David quickly and so much of beautiful Florence from the walking tour.
Take a break from the bustle of Rome to visit the famous cities of Tuscany on a full-day tour to Florence and Pisa. In Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance, admire artistic masterpieces like Michelangelo’s ‘David’ at the Accademia Gallery and walk beneath Brunelleschi’s famous dome. Don’t miss the stately marble treasures of Pisa’s Piazza dei Miracoli, including the iconic Leaning Tower. Travel through the picturesque Tuscan countryside in a comfortable minivan, and enjoy the personalized attention of a small-group tour.
Amalfi Coast & Positano Tour from Rome by High-Speed Train - Group of 18 max
Well worth the money!
, Nov 2019
This tour was amazing!
The high speed train from Rome to Naples saved us a lot of time. Our tour guide Chez was great, and extremely knowledgeable. He made the time on the bus (traveling from Naples to Positano) seem so short, because he explained so much during the 1 1/2 hour ride. So glad we did this tour and got to truly see the best of the Amalfi Coast!
This tour was wonderful. The train was organized by the tour company and allowed a fast way
to get to Naples without Rome's incredible traffic. The tour visited a lemoncello factory and a
mozzarella cheese factory as well as each of the three beautiful towns on the Amalfi Coast.
The guide, Caesare,was superb. He was informed, energetic and very skilled at presenting
places that he was personally proud and happy to present. It was a long day but a very satisfying one. This tour is an absolute "don't miss" when in Rome, You won't find a better place to visit
or a better organized tour. Just brilliant!
There’s no reason you can’t reach the Amalfi Coast while visiting Rome thanks to this 13-hour day trip. Travel by high-speed train to Naples, and then relax on a short drive to the Amalfi Coast. During this all-day trip, stop by Positano and Amalfi to experience the coast’s UNESCO-recognized landscape. See Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta cathedral and Amalfi Cathedral, and get some free time to explore the town of Amalfi on your own.
Detailed Itinerary Vatican, Sistine & St Peter's Tour with Privileged Entrance
Excellent guide and small group!
, Jan 2020
Wonderful tour of the Vatican with Elly! Fun and so knowledgeable. We had a very small group which made it easy to maneuver the museums, ask questions, and get to know our guide. Would recommend this tour and Elly to anyone!
The key to this tour was getting started early. Our small group tour was first in to see the Sistine Chaple. As the day progresses the Vatican becomes quite crowded. It is a tour that requires you to be on your feet for 4-5 hours so come prepared.
See the Sistine Chapel before it opens to the public with this comprehensive tour of the Vatican Museums. Learn about the stories behind works of art by Caravaggio, Raphael, Titian, and more from an English-speaking guide. This half-day tour includes the Gallery of Maps, St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Papal Tombs. This intimate tour is limited to 12 people.
Private Skip the Line Vatican Hidden Gems Tour with Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off
From $252.98 (Price varies by group size )
, Jan 2020
Our party of six enjoyed the private tour of the Vatican very much. Alessia was an excellent guide: very professional, knowledgeable, and pleasant. Since it was New Year's Eve, the tour company arranged to pick us up earlier than originally scheduled so that we would be able to see all of the
Vatican before its early closing. Alessia expertly led us through the extremely crowded Vatican, and we did not miss a thing. We would not have been able to navigate the day without her guidance. It was truly a memorable tour that we highly recommend.
Our guide, Louisa arrived right on time, arranged travel to vatican and we slipped right through every entry. She was professional, knowledgeable, and an excellent guide. Great way to see the details of Vatican city.
Skip-the-line at the Vatican Museums on this tour of one of the world’s most renowned collections of art. With a private guide, go straight inside the complex to admire the Vatican’s architecture, marvel at works by masters like Raphael and Caravaggio, and see some of the ‘hidden,’ off-the-beaten-path sites that many visitors miss. Of course, you visit the Sistine Chapel to see Michelangelo’s famous frescoes, and enter St. Peter’s Basilica from the museums, avoiding the main entrance line.
Tour the amphitheater and other sites of Ancient Rome under the atmospheric cover of darkness during this evening tour. Learn about the ruins of the Roman Forum seen from the Piazza del Campidoglio, and enter the Colosseum after the daytime crowds have disappeared and the temperature has dropped. Visit the arena’s underground chambers, which are closed to most of the public, and stand where gladiators once stood centuries ago. This tour is limited to 25 people.
Experience the Vatican as the Pope himself does by entering before doors open to the public with our 8:30am VIP Vatican Tour. At this time, the winding corridors, sweeping hallways and stunning chapels are near-empty, allowing our small group to explore in the peace and tranquillity that the great Catholics of history intended.
Those visiting the Vatican unguided often find themselves dazzled by the plethora of works on display here - which can make it somewhat difficult to navigate. But our guides have curated a bespoke route through the Museum, Sistine Chapel and St Peter's Basilica that packs in all the best bits - without leaving you lost for hours in its maze-like corridors.
The Ultimate Vatican VIP Early Entrance tour is the best you could have if you are looking for an exclusive experience. This unique guided tour is organized for a small group of 12 people only, this way you can interact with your expert English speaking guide as if you were on a private tour. Your group will enter the Vatican at 7:30 AM, one hour and a half before the general audience and 30 minutes before most of the other tour companies.
This special tour will allow you to enjoy the Vatican highlights with almost nobody around while most of the other tours offered in the Vatican are held with thousands of other tourists around you.
Livio arrived punctually to pick us up and showed every professional courtesy. Showed us everything on the tour plus more. He managed to navigate down narrow cobbled laneways in a mercedes van to get us where we needed to be. He was more then willing to take us wherever we wanted to go and everything about this tour as well as the guide for vatican city was first class. Would highly recommend.
What a great day exploring and seeing the top spots in Rome. We had a limited time and this tour provided everything. Georgia was a large reason why it was so much fun. He was prompt, very knowledgeable and so nice. We were a group of eight and he fit in as part of our group! The vehicle was clean and comfortable for all of us. Take this tour if you want to see all of Rome! If Georgio is your guide you will be in great hands!!!
Cover Rome's top attractions during this private, full-day chauffeured tour. Travel between locations in your own comfortable vehicle, with front-door cruise port, hotel, or airport pickup. Skip-the-line admission tickets and guided tours to both the Vatican Museums and the Colosseum are included. Create an itinerary with your driver-guide and visit top landmarks like Piazza Venezia, the Pantheon, the Spanish Steps, and the Trevi Fountain.
I have always wanted to ride a Vespa in Italy, definitely an added bonus to be able to ride in the side car as well! Roberto was an excellent guide, with his adorable 1982 powder blue Vespa, and he took us to so many top sites. It was an amazing tour to take in the evening, especially on Christmas Eve. Definitely would recommend!
My husband and i toured Rome at night on the back of a vespa. It wasn't the traditional way to see the city at night. Our guides were so friendly and took us to places that most tourist don't go. It was a great way to see the city. And our guides were the best! i would highly recommend this tour
Hop on a vintage Vespa for an evening tour of the Eternal City. First stop: Rome’s most iconic landmark, the Colosseum. After a brief stop for gelato and coffee (included), the tour continues with stops at the Mouth of the Truth, Circus Maximus , Palatine Hill, Saint Peter's Square, and the Trevi Fountain. An experienced guide does the driving so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the views.