What is the best way to tour Rome?

There is little wonder as to why Rome maintains its place as one of Europe’s most beloved destinations. Not only is Rome the centrepoint of la dolce vita, or good Italian living, but it is also a city that has managed to preserve its impressive lineage for all tourists to marvel upon!

There are numerous fantastic ways to tour Rome. After all, Rome is a tourism city, full of art, architecture and history, so you won’t struggle to find a tour that is most suitable for your itinerary…

Here are a few to get your mind thinking of some of that elegant Italian living that awaits your arrival:

Colosseum & Vatican City tour

The awesome thing about Rome’s two greatest attractions – the Colosseum and Vatican City – is that you can experience them both on the one tour! The Colosseum is one of the world’s most impressive ancient wonders, with it still maintaining its grand scale that would have terrified the gladiators upon their entrance some 2,000 years ago.

Next, you have the gorgeous Vatican, and all the pious wonder that falls within its microcosm. This tiny city-state is, of course, the centre of the Catholic world, and is home to two of the world’s most famous cathedrals in the Sistine Chapel and St Peter’s Basilica.

Not only this, but the Vatican is also home to a series of 70,000 masterpieces from some of the Renaissance’s most revered artists.

Rome private tours

Rome is a wide and varied city, with so many attractions to see. When you consider it is home to the Colosseum, Vatican, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Palatine Hill, Roman Forum etc. etc. etc. then you can understand how some, including yourself, might want to tailor their Roman experience to ideal perfection.

You can do this with a Rome private tour – molto bene!

Rome historical tour

Of course, you can also tag along with the historical tour, which traverses a great number of the above-listed attractions as well as the legendary Pantheon – home to some of Ancient Rome’s favourite sons.

This is the ultimate history buff’s journey, the one where you can learn at least some of what there is to know about the monolithic canon that is Roman history from empire through Renaissance and into the modern era…

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