The best tours in Rome

So, you’ve finally made it – after a month-long countdown that you’ve been broadcasting to the entire office, you’re vacation to Rome has finally arrived! You arrive at your hotel, check in, investigate your room…OK, then what?! A city walk? An evening tour? Perhaps a trip aboard an open-top bus? Sure, but which to go for? How do you book a guide? Where do the sightseeing buses leave from? And where is the Colosseum anyway?! Hmmm…starting to wish you’d thought of travel activities before you left?

If you’re planning a trip to Rome then this guide to our favorite tours is for you! And don’t forget, can help arrange any of these activities for you – just let us know what you want to do on your vacation to the Eternal City and we'll handle the rest.

  1. Classic Rome tour

    This classic tour of Rome takes you to the main city attractions, including the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, St Peter's Basilica and Piazza Navona. It lasts around three hours and is perfect for those who want to maximize their time with an all-encompassing tour of Rome's classic architecture. Note that this classic tour can be combined with a tour of ancient Rome (which takes you to the Colosseum and Roman Forum).

  2. City Sightseeing bus tour

    If you're on a budget, then one of the best ways to travel around Rome seeing the main sights is the City Sightseeing bus. It is one a convenient, self-guided tour, and tickets can last as long as 48 hours, meaning you can use it as a means to get about the city. There are two lines to choose from and plenty of stops to enjoy.

  3. Colosseum and Roman Forum walking tour

    No vacation to Rome would be complete without seeing the magnificent Colosseum. This guided walking tour takes you inside the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, and includes “priority entrance”, meaning you skip the queues! The tour lasts around three hours.

  4. Vatican Museums tour

    This spiritual guided tour lasts around four hours and takes you to the Vatican Museums, St Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the Gallery of the Tapestries. It is available daily, with the exception of Sundays and religious holidays.

  5. Ghosts and Restless Souls evening tour

    This is a great tour for families and lasts around two hours. The tour starts at St Peter's Basilica and continues through Rome’s most haunted streets and buildings. Perfect for scary movie fans!


There are plenty of other tour options to choose for your vacation in Rome. Click here for more tour options or contact us with your requirements for a personalized vacation quote.


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