Imperial Rome
Location: ITALY
Up to 3 people: Euro : 300 Up to 6 people: Euro : 325 Up to 8 people: Euro : 350


Rome appears to the world for the first time in history as a populations of traders and farmers who lived over several hills along the Tiber river. The Roman legend ranks the foundation of Rome around the year 753 B.C. with the dynasty of the 7 Roman kings, most of them Etruscan, which came to an end thanks to a revolution led by the locals in the year 509 B.C. with the establishment of the Roman Rupubblica. Until few years ago we only knew about this trough legends and stories but today archaeological discoveries brought back to light facts from the ancient historians. Near the end of the 1st century B.C. the fight for the power between Marc Anthony and Augusts, right after the death of Julius Caesar, led the republican political system to an end and somehow introduced again a new form of monarchy now led by Princeps later Emperors that was the beginning of the Roman Empire which lasted till the end of the 5th century A.D. Kings, Senators and Emperors all played an import role for the Political, Religious, Commercial and Military life in Rome commissioning the construction of sewers, aqueducts, bridges, temples, statues, government buildings and structures used for what they consider entertainment. Today thanks to our staff we will be more than happy to privately show you all the remains and what is left to our eyes to admire.

Day like:

The Tour is 5/h usually it starts at 09:00AM . Your driver will meet you lobby or wherever you indicate. During the morning you will visit sights from the ancient Romans such as Pantheon, Coliseum, Circus Maximums, Palatine Hill, drive by Roman forum, Capitol hill and Catacombs.

Helpful Info:

To enter the Vatican and any other worship place you must cover up your shoulders and your knees.

You are required to purchase tickets on line to avoid long queues for:

- Coliseum


Always remember to get the reservation printed out and take it with you.

If you spend more than one day in Rome we suggest you to visit Rome and the Vatican on a different day.

Coliseum tickets: 14 Euros (Reservation fee included)

Vatican Museums tickets: 25 Euros (Pre-sales fee included)

Catacombs ticket: 8 Euros

Ostia Ruins: 8 Euros

Tivoli Gardens: 8 Euros

Etruscan Museum: 8 Euros


Up to 3 people: Euro : 300 5/h

Up to 6 people: Euro : 325 5/h

Up to 8 people: Euro : 350 5/h

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