The Catacombs of Rome are a popular attraction—bypass the long lines outside with this Roman Catacombs and Crypts Skip-the-Line Small-Group Tour. This tour also gives you skip-the-line access to Capuchin Crypt and Basilica San Martino Ai Monti, making it a great pick for travelers short on time. See Rome's mysterious side with a guide who knows the history well so you can get more out of your visit.
Enjoy a VIP experience at the Vatican with this semi-private morning tour that includes breakfast on site. You’ll explore the Vatican Museums before they open to the general public so you can admire famous sights like the Sistine Chapel in a more intimate atmosphere before finishing with skip-the-line access to St Peter’s Basilica through a reserved entrance.
Take a break from the bustle of Rome and experience two pillars of Italian cuisine in the peaceful Franscati countryside with this unique day trip. Visit a traditional family-run winery to sample local red and white wines, then learn the secrets to making perfect pasta from scratch during a hands-on lesson. Cap off your visit with dinner featuring your own fresh pasta topped with a traditional Roman sauce.
Get your chills and thrills in the Eternal City with this haunted walking tour through Rome. Join your guide as evening falls to stroll down shadowy streets, through empty squares, and across cursed bridges while you listen to tales of executions and murders over the centuries. Use your divining rods to pick up ghostly evidence of past emperors, heretics, and witches who are said to still wander the city.
Experience Rome with all your senses on this delicious sunset walking and eating tour of Rome's Prati District. See Rome like a local, as you stroll the streets of Prati with your knowledgeable local guide, popping into different gourmet food stores to sample a plethora of foods. Visit some real hidden gems, as you snack on cured meats and cheeses, eat amazing pizza, and meet some of the artisanal food makers who give you recipes and food making tips. Group sizes are limited to 13 people, so book early to secure your spot.
Find out what it takes to be an ancient Roman gladiator at the Gladiator School of Rome. During a hands-on lesson with instructors from the Historic Group of Rome, learn how to fight with authentic weapons of the time while wearing a traditional gladiator tunic and belt. Located on the Appian Way, not far from the Colosseum, this class is a unique and interactive way to learn about ancient Roman history, sports, and culture. Select a lesson time when booking.
Experience over 2,500 years of history on a private tour through Rome’s beautiful historic district. Roam the streets of this city in a comfortable, covered, street-legal golf cart following a custom itinerary based on your interests. This family-friendly sightseeing tour offers a narrated journey of the palaces, monuments, churches, fountains, and statues of your choice that define the rich heritage of Italy's capital. Each itinerary is customized to your preferences, not all sights listed below can be visited in one tour.
On this semi-private tour of 10 people or fewer, you can experience this historic Rome icon to the fullest with access to areas that are typically closed to the public—the underground chambers. 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.
Make fresh pasta like a Roman. This is a cooking class that explores traditional recipes with a local chef. Working alongside the chef, prepare pasta dough from scratch, learn classic cuts from tagliolini to tagliatelle, then sit down to a hearty meal of Italian specialties. This private experience includes, along with the cooking class, lunch or dinner, a welcome glass of wine, and it’s the perfect introduction to Italy’s remarkable food traditions.
Castel Gandolfo sits above the placid waters of Lake Albano, rich in history and natural beauty. With this tour, glide along the lakeshore in a single or double kayak to admire sites dating back thousands of years, from the remains of a prehistoric village and ancient Roman port to the spot where popes would once dive into the crystalline lake from their nearby summer palace.
This Rome electric bike tour combines top sights with a few lesser-known attractions and alleyways for an interesting and active way to enjoy the best of the Eternal City. With a knowledgeable guide, pedal past ancient landmarks, admire chic shopping streets, check out bustling squares, see beautiful churches plus take in the views from atop one of Rome's proverbial hills.
With a local Italian chef as your guide, learn how to make a classic pizza during this short workshop. After the learning and the baking, with all ingredients and equipment provided, comes the pizza-eating and the drinking.
Immerse yourself in the flavors of the ‘Eternal City’ on a half-day tour through Rome’s iconic foods and wine. Visit a series of local restaurants in Campo Marzio and the Jewish Ghetto for tastings that range from fish and meat to pizza, pasta, and desserts served alongside Italian wines. Take in the city’s historic sites as you go, with time to explore classic piazzas, ancient Roman sites, temples, and a synagogue. Finish your tour with inside tips on the best places to eat, drink and explore in Rome.
We have been certified rafting guides for years, we have had the pleasure of practicing this beautiful discipline on many rivers in Italy and abroad. We have decided to transform this passion of ours and pass it on to others right in our city, the eternal Rome, and let our guests experience a unique and unforgettable emotion, let them know "the Eternal city" from another point of view, through the river Tiber, tell the city in rafting !
The Tiber on Rome is not navigable by anyone, except for us and our dinghies, we have all the permits and requirements to let you know the city by making you experience unique emotions.
Spend a few hours exploring Rome’s Colosseum on this guided excursion. After meeting up with a knowledgeable local guide, enjoy skip the line access to this nearly 2,000 year old amphitheater and learn about the spectacles and gladiatorial contests once held there. Visit the arena floor, then enjoy complimentary entry to the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.
Learn the secrets of authentic Italian cuisine from a professional chef during this cooking class in Rome. Experience the buzzing atmosphere of the Campo de' Fiori market as you shop for ingredients, then get hands-on as you whip up fresh homemade pasta, side dishes, and dessert. Finish by tucking into a delicious 6-course lunch, accompanied by fine Italian wines.
Get first-hand experience making mosaics on this workshop with a master mosaicist. At a historical family-owned mosaic studio, work with local marble tiles to create traditional Roman mosaics. Learn about texture, composition, and marble tile cutting while hearing stories about the history of the craft. Take home your completed mosaic at the end of the workshop.
Combine two attractions Rome has to offer - delicious food and ancient history - on this tour that starts in the lively Campo de’Fiori and ends in one of the city’s oldest trattorias. Snack your way through Rome’s delicious street food, trying baccala fritto and pizza al taglio. Your foodie guide orients you to the city while teaching you about the tastes you shouldn’t miss during your visit.
Learn about a different side of Roman history on this mystery walking tour. Hear ghost stories and visit haunted places, including where Julius Caesar was assassinated. See popular landmarks such as Castel Sant’Angelo and Piazza Venezia as you stroll along Rome’s narrow cobbled streets. This family-friendly tour is a good match for kids.
Learn to make pasta by hand with a professional chef-instructor for a truly memorable experience in Rome. Your 3-hour cooking class takes place in a private location in a traditional Roman neighborhood and covers the basics of creating incredible Italian pasta Nibble on light appetizers and a glass of prosecco as you begin to prepare the pasta meal. You can also ask your instructor about Italian cuisine and tips for your time in Rome.
One of the world’s most-visited landmarks, the Colosseum is a must during any trip to Rome. On this tour, save hours that otherwise would have been spent waiting in line and head straight to the entrance. With your guide, you’ll explore the Colosseum inside and out, will follow in the footsteps of gladiators, and can even discover areas that are typically off-limits to the public.
Learn the Italian craft of making pizza and gelato with this hands-on class in central Rome. Snack on antipasti on arrival and get tips from an Italian chef on how to knead pizza dough. Create your own pizza with the toppings of your choice and feast on pizza, gelato, and local wines during a sit down dinner after the class.
Get your hands doughy on a quest for pasta perfection with this hands-on cooking course. Make traditional pasta with traditional Roman sauces and a sweet tiramisu for dessert.
Learn to make two Italian favorites—homemade pasta and tiramisu - in this fun and educational cooking class.
Uncover the secrets to making authentic Tiramisu and then start to prepare your pasta using fresh local ingredients. Use egg and flour to beat and shape fresh pasta from a simple dough. Cut your pasta into fine strips of fettuccini. Make cacio e pepe or carbonara, the two sauces that Rome is most famous for. Discover culinary methods and traditions that have been passed down through generations during the food making process. Once the hard work is done ,sit together as a group and enjoy all the wonderful food you have produced in a fine Roman meal. Listen to stories of traditional foods and the people behind them as you eat your food and enjoy refreshments.
Explore Rome on a full-day sightseeing tour by electric-assist bicycle. With a small motor that kicks in when you pedal, an e-bike allows you to enjoy the beauty of the Eternal City without too much physical effort. Cycle past top attractions like the Colosseum, Pantheon, and the ancient Roman Forum, discover the quaint Trastevere neighborhood, check out Piazza Navona, visit the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, the Borghese gardens and more.
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