Explore os destaques do início de Roma Cristã nessa excursão de 3 horas de ônibus e a pé. Com um guia especializado, visite a magnífica Basílica de Santa Maria Maggiore e a Basílica de São João de Latrão, duas das maiores igrejas de Roma. Veja a Escadaria Sagrada; os 28 degraus de mármore que Jesus teria subido para seu julgamento; e siga pela Via Ápia para visitar as catacumbas da antiga Roma. Desça esses misteriosos túneis usados como cemitérios e esconderijos pelos primeiros cristãos e testemunhe em primeira mão seus nichos de sepultamento, afrescos e outros tesouros escondidos.
The information and tour were enjoyable but we started out bad. We arrived at meeting destination and they loaded us on a bus. We sat and sat for at least 20 minutes in the heat with no air and no open windows. People began getting off and were told we needed to stay on. It was terribly hot! Not sure what we were waiting on but we should never have been loaded until it was time to depart. There were some really upset people. Including myself.
This was an excellent tour - we were driven to visit the Domatilla catacombs and then to St. John Lateran and Maria Maggiore Churches. Our tour guide was excellent and gave a wealth of information about the sites we visited. Well-worth the ticket price - thank you!
Excellent tour to see selected Christian historical sites. Catacombs tour was extremely interesting but due to the large number of visitors it was difficult to connect with the guide and not feel rushed. The catacombs is a must see but timing and number of visitors is important to research. Also taking a tour that requires your guide to use multiple languages during the tour can be a distraction. Recommend you selecting a tour that is dedicated to a specific language so you can get the most value out of each attraction.
This tour was good to see these sights that were not as easy to get to by walking from the more central attractions of Rome, especially the catacombs. However, we were on a full sized bus with at least 40 people and there were four different languages spoken. There were two guides for this group. One led the Spanish speaking people and the other led the English, French and Italian speaking people. So we had to listen to three iterations of each topic along the tour route, which was distracting and a bit confusing. Besides that, there were no audio devices provided to assist with hearing the guide while visiting the sights, which is an essential need for these tours. If you want the most from these tours, stay CLOSE to the guide!