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Rome Sightseeing Tours

Rome Sightseeing Tours

Walk in the footsteps of Roman Emperors and great philosophers. Rome has something for every interest, from breathtaking architecture like the Pantheon to outdoor sites like Villa Borghese to historical sites like the Colosseum. Immerse yourself with a great history in this Eternal City.

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What Will I See On A Rome Sightseeing Tour?

There are a variety of Rome sightseeing tours. History buffs will marvel at the Colosseum, the Forum and the many Roman ruins scattered around the city. Architecture lovers won't want to miss the wonderfully-preserved Castel Sant'Angelo and the baroque Spanish Steps. 

How Long Does A Typical Rome Sightseeing Tour Last?

City tours of Rome fall into two general categories-half-day or full-day tours. Half-day tours last around three-four hours, and full-day tours last around seven-eight hours, usually combining with Vatican City. We also offer "skip the line" tours to save you from spending half your day waiting to buy a ticket. History enthusiasts will be thrilled with the Colosseum tour. Interested in architecture? You should join the walking tour to witness the Baroque style buildings

How do I get from Rome Airport to the Center of the City?

Rome's Fiumicino Airport is located about 20 miles outside of town. To get to where most of the popular tourist sites are, you have several options, rent a car, hire a taxi, hop a train or take a bus. The train is less than $10 and leaves directly from the airport. It takes about an hour to get to the city center. Cotral buses depart from outside the airport's Terminal Two and cost less than $5. This trip also takes about an hour. Car rental and taxis are the most convenient but pricer options.

Is There a Hop-On, Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus in Rome?

Yes. There is a regular hop-on, hop-off sightseeing bus in Rome. This option gives you a chance to spend as long as you'd like at the sights that interest you without taking up your valuable time at sights that you'd rather skip. You can purchase a 24-hour or a 48-hour ticket.

Is there a Walking Tour of Rome?

Rome is a sprawling metropolis, unlike many other Italian cities. However, individual neighborhoods make excellent subjects for walking tours. The area surrounding the Pantheon makes for a delightful walking circuit, as do the grounds of the Villa Borghese. Food enthusiasts will enjoy walking around the restaurant district of Trastevere.