To really get the most out of a visit to the many magnificent and historical sites in Rome, we recommend a personalised, private tour with one of our specialist guides. We work only with guides who, over time, have proven themselves to be knowledgeable, fascinating and reliable. All are licensed, experienced and know Rome inside and out.
And for those with specialised interests, we can match you with art historians and archaeologists for a truly mind-expanding experience.
A clear itinerary will be worked out in advance to suit your particular requirements and interests. However, our expert guides can also be flexible to your needs during the tour. If you decide to stay longer in a certain place and learn more about it, or move onto somewhere else earlier, our guides can adapt your tour on the spot with ease.
Rome must see sights; the Vatican with the Sistine Chapel and St. Peters basilica, the Capitoline Hill with a fascinating panoramic view of the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, the Baths of Caracalla, the Victor Emmanuel Memorial, Circus Maximus with its impressive views of the Imperial palaces, the Appian Way and its catacombs and the Historic Centre with the Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, Piazza Farnese or Campo di Fiori – the list is endless, and in order to make your visit more enjoyable where possible we will always make reservations and get your tickets for you in advance.
Rome secret gems; instead of just showing you Rome’s most fundamental sites we can grant you access to more off the beaten path sites and even to monuments or places that usually are not open to the public; Renaissance and Baroque Rome; masterpieces by Michelangelo, Bernini and Borromini; Underground Rome; St. Clemente’s Basilica, Catacombs of Priscilla, Roman Houses on the Celio, the Domus Aurea, the Jewish Ghetto with its complex variety of history, architecture and tradition and Trastevere the Bohemian area of Rome with its winding, narrow streets and medieval architecture, Church of San Luigi dei Francesi, Villa Farnesina, The Spada Palace, Church of San Pietro Vincoli with Moses by Michelangelo.
Options for kids; Rome manages to make kids feel instantly a part of its daily life and the Eternal City has no end of things to do with the little ones! Piazzas, gardens, museums and crumbly ruins everywhere you look. For families with children we arrange one of our guides who is great with kids and who can tailor your tour to suit everyone’s needs, plus adapt it around you as necessary. Anything is possible … whether it’s the ‘must do’s’ – the Borghese Gardens, the Colosseum, Castel Sant’Angelo or the scary catacombs – or simply doing as the Romans do – having a picnic then treating the kids to a memorable gelato. No matter what your children’s ages or interests, there’s a Roman treat in store: history, art, legends, food and fun. In our reserved section you can view our list “The best in Rome for children”.