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R1 Eternal Rome

Departure from Piazza Esquilino (Bus Terminal) through Venezia square we will reach St.Peter’s square (Visit) of the Square and St.Peter’s Basilica - Navona Square, a typical baroque square, originally a stadium built by Caesar Domiziano in the 1st c.A.D. Today it is known as the square of the artists and the "Four Rivers Fountain" - The Pantheon, a real architectonical wonder of the Ancient Rome, also admired and studied by Michelangelo, which is also today it’s the burial place of Raffaello and of the Italian Kings (Visit) . - Trevi Fountain a work masterpiece by Nicola Salvi (Visit). The tour ends here, (drop off at the hotel not included).

On Religious Holidays the tour will be effected contrarily
On Wednesday due to the Papal Audience the Basilica will be visited only from outside.

 

R2 Imperial Rome

Departure from Piazza dell'Esquilino (Bus Terminal) - Colosseum, Rome's greatest amphitheatre built by the Emperor Vespasian in 72 A.C. Easy access to 50.000 people (Visit). - The Palatine hill, most important of the seven hills where Rome was founded and where the imperial palaces were built with a surface of 80.000sqm- The Roman Forum was the political, military and social centre of the whole Roman Empire. – Basilica Emilia, the Arch of Titus and the holy road (Visit). – The Capitol hill religious center of ancient Rome. - Piazza Venezia, Rome topographical-Centre with "The Vittoriano" monument dedicated to the King Vittorio Emanuele II in 1911. 

 

R3 The Vatican

The Vatican Museums represent the largest art collection in Europe with over 65.000 masterpieces. – The Pio Clementino halls – The Candelabra Gallery with frescos and statues – The Tapestry Gallery dating back to the XVI and XVII century – The Historical Maps, work of Ignazio Danti - The Sistine Chapel built in XV century by Pope Sixtus and adorned by Michelangelo, Botticelli, Perugino and Ghirlandaio (Visit). The Bernini Starcaise of the XVI century - St.Peter's Basilica the largest Church all over the world. Here you’ll admire "The Pietà" Michelangelo’s masterpiece carveda when he was only 24 years old (Visit).

On Wednesday due to the Papal Audience the Basilica will be visited only from outside.

 

R3 BIS The Vatican in the afternoon

The Vatican Museums represents the largest art collection in Europe with over 65.000 masterpieces - The Candelabra Gallery with frescos and statues - The Tapestry Gallery dating back to the XVI and XVII century – The Historical Maps, work of Ignazio Danti - The Sistine Chapel built in XV century by Pope Sixtus and adorned by Michelangelo, Botticelli, Perugino and Ghirlandaio. (Visit) The Bernini Starcaise of the XVI century.
 

 

R4 The Catacombs

St. Mary Major Basilica – one of the four main Basilicas in Rome - St. John in Lateran the 'mother of all churches', built under the emperor Constantine, the first Christian Caesar, and renewed by Borromini in the XVII century - The “Holy Stairs” with the 28 steps ascended by Christ in Pontius Pilates' house during his trial (Visit) - Catacombs – In the burial chambers there are frescos of both Classical and Christian scenes. In Rome there are120 kilometres of catacombs (Visit) – The Appian way built in the year 321 A.C. with the chapel of domine Quo Vadis.

 

RM5 Tivoli

Piazza dell'Esquilino - Castro Pretorio - III century Walls - Hadrian's Villa (Visit), the most beautiful imperial Villa designed and built by emperor Hadrian at the beginning of the 2nd Century A.D. - Tivoli - Villa d'Este (Visit), enchanting Renaissance Villa, housing a multitude of sublime fountains and superbly arranged Italian flower gardens.

 

RM6 Roman Countryside

Piazza dell'Esquilino - Porta San Sebastiano – Appian way (312 B.C.), the oldest Roman Road - Castelgandolfo, the summer residence of the Pope – Albano, a modern village which overlooks the ancient volcanic Lake – Ariccia, a small village located up on the mountains - Grottaferrata - Frascati famous for its production of white wine. Here we will stop for a wine tasting with snacks in a typical country villa.

 

R6B Outlet Shopping Tour

On the Roman hills at about 1 hour drive you’ll find one of the biggest and famous outlet centre. It features about 200 discount stores with a great selection of the most known Italian and international fashion brands. Upon arrival at the Outlet you’ll receive a 10% discount card valid for some stores and a shopping bag. Departure back to Rome at 7.00 pm on Tuesday and Thursday, at 12.30 pm on Sunday.

 

RM7 Papal Audience

Piazza dell'Esquilino - Corso Vittorio – Drive alongside the Tiber River - Castel Sant' Angelo (no visit) - St. Peter's square (Papal Audience).
Visitors in shorts or sleeveless tops are not admitted to the Audience Hall.

 

RM7A Papal Blessing

Piazza dell’Esquilino – Republic square – The Marmaids Fountain – Villa Borghese – Drive alongside the Tiber River - Castel S.Angelo (Visit) - St. Peter's Square for Papal Blessing.

 

RM7B Papal Blessing

Piazza dell’Esquilino - Corso Vittorio Emanuele – St.Peter - drive alongside the Tiber River – The Appian Way to Castelgandolfo (Stop over for the Papal Blessing).
 

RM8 Illuminated Rome

Piazza dell'Esquilino - Via Veneto - Aurelian Walls -Margherita’s Palace(now the American Embassy) – Barberini Square – The Triton Fountain - Quirinal Square with the Presidential Palace - Trevi Fountain (stop and visit) - Venice Square with the monument of king Victor Emanuel – the Capitol – Roman Forum - Colosseum – Arch of Constantino – the Circus Maximus - Theatre of Marcellus – the Synagogue – Tiberian Island - Gianicolo (Visit) - Castel Sant’Angelo – Via della Conciliazione - The Vatican City with St. Peter's Basilica.

 

RM9 Rome by Night With Dinner and Music

As per programme RM8 Illuminated Rome, you will be able to taste a delicious Italian meal in a selected restaurant complimented by the renowned local wine while listening to folk musicians singing Italian songs. Relaxing atmosphere for an unforgettable evening!

 

RM10 - OSTIA ANTICA

At only 30' from Rome, an extraordinary archaeological site, as important and enticing as Pompeii, waits for us: the excavations of Ancient Ostia. This was the city-harbour funded by the King Anco Marzio, at the mouth of the Tiver, and which was later buried by floods and oblivion till to our days.

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Tour Pick up hotel Check in bus terminal Departure times
Morning Tours 08:00 08:15 08:30
Afternoon Tours 14:15 14:45 15:00
Evening Tours 19:15 19:45 20:00
Evening Tours 19:15 19:45 20:00
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