Rome experiences

Etruscan Wonders

Etruscan Wonders

Who were the Etruscans? A lot of people ask that, so let's start by saying that without them Rome would never have been born.

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Civita di Bagnoreggio & Parco dei Mostri & Wine

Civita di Bagnoreggio & Parco dei Mostri & Wine

A tour that offers the opportunity to taste wine and see monsters in the same trip, now that’s unique!

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Caravaggio Art Walking Tour - the Other Michelangelo

Caravaggio Art Walking Tour - the Other Michelangelo

There was more than one Michelangelo? Absolutely. Michelangelo Merisi, the ‘black’ painter, better known as Caravaggio. During this walking tour, we’ll learn about his extremely interesting life on a visit to six of his works that can be found in the centre of the city.

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Tesori Nascosti - Hidden Treasures

Tesori Nascosti - Hidden Treasures

This walking tour concentrates on areas close to the Colosseum and Palatine Hill, areas right in the heart of the city and yet surprisingly unknown to the majority of tourists. We call it Tesori Nascosti - Hidden Treasures.

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The Borghese Gallery and Gardens Tour  - A magnificent collection of arts and the green heritage of Rome

The Borghese Gallery and Gardens Tour - A magnificent collection of arts and the green heritage of Rome

At the beginning of the 17th century, Cardinal Camillo Borghese became Pope Paul V and gifted his nephew, Cardinal Scipione Borghese, acres of land just outside the ancient Roman walls. Scipione Borghese saw this as the perfect place to construct a residence for his only real passion – his works of art.

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Rome’s Piazzas  - A tour to discover the most beautiful piazzas of Rome and their secrets

Rome’s Piazzas - A tour to discover the most beautiful piazzas of Rome and their secrets

Start your tour at Piazza del Popolo, an elegant entrance into the city, embellished by churches, fountains and monuments. Take up your first challenge here - spot the difference between two “false twin” churches.

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The Crypts and Catacombs of Rome - 700 km of mysteries and secrets

The Crypts and Catacombs of Rome - 700 km of mysteries and secrets

Are you down for an adventure? Underground Rome - a terrifying labyrinth where nothing is expected or reasonable. The tomb of a saint, a lake, a church, an ossuary, or a skeleton warning you “What you are, I was; what I am, you will be.”

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The Colosseum, Roman and Imperial Forums, Palatine Hill  - Death as a show in the heart of the Roman Empire

The Colosseum, Roman and Imperial Forums, Palatine Hill - Death as a show in the heart of the Roman Empire

See something that Julius Caesar, Augustus and Nero never saw, the largest Roman Amphitheater ever built, and the only one dedicated to the people of Rome – the Colosseum.

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The Vatican City State, a foreign state in the heart of Rome

The Vatican City State, a foreign state in the heart of Rome

Did you know that even though you are right in the heart of Rome, you cross the border of a foreign state when visiting Saint Peter’s Square or entering the Vatican Museums?

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