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Rome: Castel Sant'Angelo Tour with Fast-Track Access

1. Rome: Castel Sant'Angelo Tour with Fast-Track Access

Skip the lines at the Castel Sant'Angelo to set off on a guided tour. Enter the castle with skip-the-line access and learn about its history from your guide. Explore the famous castle that was erected by Emperor Hadrian to be his tomb. See how the building was also used by popes as their private residence, as the state treasury, as a prison, and as a location for public executions throughout its history. Have the chance to discover the rich history of the castle and its magnificent architecture and paintings. Be introduced to the emperor's burial place, the papal apartment, and treasury room. Admire the beautiful angel sculptures along the Ponte Sant'Angelo bridge, also known as the Bridge of Angels. Finish off the incredible experience with a panoramic view from the castle's terrace and take stunning photos of the city.

Rome: Pontifical Villas of Castel Gandolfo Walking Tour

2. Rome: Pontifical Villas of Castel Gandolfo Walking Tour

Travel along the dreamy Italian countryside, far away from the hustle and bustle of Rome. a true treasure trove of art and history. Visit the quaint village of Castel Gandolfo, perched atop the sapphire blue waters of Lake Albano, mushroomed around the Pope’s Summer Palace. Be accompanied by a member of the Vatican staff on a walking tour of the "green heart" of the Pontifical Villas of Castel Gandolfo. Castel Gandolfo, which served for centuries as a summer residence and vacation retreat for the pope, is spread for 55 hectares. Enjoy the walk through the botanical and architectural wonders of the Pontifical Villas of Castel Gandolfo. Its Barberini Garden produces and ships a basket of fresh produce to the Vatican. See beautifully maintained orchards, vineyards, and over 1000 olive trees around the farm. You can upgrade your walk in the Pontifical Villas with 2 wonderful options: Popes' Summer Residence Visit the Papal Apartment to delve into 500 years of history. Wander from the bedroom to the private chapel, from the library to the studio. Look at the balcony from where the Popes pronounced the Angelus every summer Sunday. Picnic in the Papal Gardens Enjoy lunch with traditional food in the garden picnic area. Savor a porchetta or vegetarian sandwich with bottled water, wine or beer, and typical wine biscuits. Immerse yourself in this treasure trove in the outskirts of Rome. Walk in the footsteps of the Popes around the 7 rooms and summer offices inside the Palace.

Rome: Introduction to the Colosseum and Ancient City Tour

3. Rome: Introduction to the Colosseum and Ancient City Tour

Start your experience right outside the famous Colosseum. Here your expert guide will give you an introduction to the Colosseum, it’s construction, it’s histories and tales of the Gladiators. After the introduction, enjoy an accompanied entry to the Colosseum and avoid the queues with fast track priority access. Once inside you’ll be free to explore the magnificent structure at your own pace. Roam the 80 arches and meander through the walkways where spectators would have gathered to watch the games. Meet your second guide after the Colosseum visit, and head off to Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum, the social, political, and religious centre of the Roman Empire. Accompanied by an expert on Roman History, visit the Palatine Hill learning the about the myths of Remus and Romulus, the founders of Rome. Next, head down to the Roman Forum, the center of Ancient Rome and public life. Take in the incredible ruins and enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the Colosseum.

Rome: Colosseum and Prison of St. Peter Tour

4. Rome: Colosseum and Prison of St. Peter Tour

Visit the famous Mamertine Prison and learn about the captivating life of St. Peter who was held prisoner here before his crucifixion. Then, journey through the Colosseum in the footsteps of Gladiators of Rome who killed and survived, or died for the entertainment of the masses. Upon exiting the Colosseum, make your way back around the Roman Forum to Carcer Tullianum, which was the underground prison cell where St. Peter was held.

Premium Sistine Chapel & Vatican Museums

5. Premium Sistine Chapel & Vatican Museums

See the world’s biggest art collection on a private 3-hour tour of the Vatican, including St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel. An amazing example of Renaissance and Baroque architecture, St. Peter’s Basilica soars to heights of 420 feet (140 meters), and goes deep down into the earth to the tomb of St. Peter. As you stroll, among the many highlights you will see are Bernini's Colonnade, the Altar of Glory, the oldest bronze statue of St. Peter, and the Canopy that Bernini made out of bronze from the Pantheon. Go to the Papal Palaces to admire paintings by Giotto, Raffaello, Leonardo da Vinci, Caravaggio, and Greek and Roman art and artifacts that include the “Apollo del Belvedere.” Admire maps drawn up by cartographers of the 16th century. The journey ends at the Sistine Chapel, covered with frescoes painted by the greatest artists of the 15th century, and completed by Michelangelo, the greatest of them all. Your guide will relate the story of how the small tomb of a poor fisherman became the center of Christianity, and for a long period, the center of the world, and the popes, kings, saints and miracles that followed.

Roma World : Ancient Rome Theme Park Entrance

6. Roma World : Ancient Rome Theme Park Entrance

Take a step back in time and experience how a Roman camp looked 2,000 years ago. Roma World gives you the chance to live like a Legionnaire for the day. See a chariot race on the set of the famous film Ben Hur and head to the Gladiators Arena for tips on handling a sword. Dress like a Roman, browse the ancient markets and listen out for the camp’s farm animals.  Roma World spans 5 hectares of Roman countryside and also features a Taberna (for sampling Ancient Roman cuisine), cork groves and Birds of Prey Arena - home of majestic eagles, hawks and more.

Rome: Private Vatican and Sistine Chapel Skip-the-Line Tour

7. Rome: Private Vatican and Sistine Chapel Skip-the-Line Tour

Your expert guide will take you to the treasures of the Vatican Museums Collection. Experience Renaissance art at its most refined in the Raphael Rooms. Enjoy the charming novelty of the Gallery of Maps. You’ll see this and so much more on this private tour of the Vatican City with skip-the-line access. Is there another room as brilliantly decorated as the Sistine Chapel? People of all faiths are moved to tears by the masterful depiction of mankind’s tragedies and triumphs. Michelangelo’s frescoes are the highlight here – the scale of the frescoes leaves an indelible impression. Your guide will illuminate the secret meanings behind this iconic work.

Rome: Private Vatican Tour

8. Rome: Private Vatican Tour

This private Vatican Tour is a unique experience during your stay in Rome which is will prove useful in improving your knowledge of the Eternal City in a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere. Among the many treasures that you will discover are the Gallery of Tapestries and the Gallery of Maps. The first gallery is a collection of Flemish tapestries which were formed in Brussels on Raphael’s drawings, whereas the second is an extraordinary maps representation of the Italian regions. Following these rooms, your tour continues with you walking through the Raphael’s Rooms, the four Papal rooms famous for the frescoes of Raphael, the most important artist of the Renaissance. You will also visit the Borgia Apartments, a suite of rooms located in the Apostolic Palace designated for the personal use of Pope Alexander VI which are characterized by wonderful paintings and frescoes. Finally, your amazing tour of the Vatican Museums ends inside the magnificent Sistine Chapel, where it is possible to admire the famous frescoes by Michelangelo, before you reach the Vatican Library which is full of ancient and precious original manuscripts.

Rome: Colosseum & Heart of Rome

9. Rome: Colosseum & Heart of Rome

Visit over a dozen spectacular sights around Rome and enjoy a guided tour of the Colosseum and the Roman Forum with skip-the-line access. Meet your guide just steps from the Colosseum and take some amazing pictures before entering. Listen to your guide as they tell you all about the gladiatorial games that took place in this famous arena. Learn how movie portrayals hold up to historical facts. Gaze down onto the arena floor and beneath to the maze-like underground level where humans and animals awaited their fates. Travel even further back in time as you enter the Roman Forum, with monuments dating as far back as the 7th century BC. Learn about the myths surrounding the founding of the city. Change gears and fast-forward many centuries with a visit to the Trevi Fountain, a more recent Roman landmark. See this Renaissance jewel and be sure to toss three coins into the water before moving on to your next stop at the Pantheon. Tour this astonishing architectural marvel built nearly 2,000 years ago as a Pagan temple to honor the gods, and learn why it is the best-preserved of all the Roman ruins in the city.

Rome: Combined Weekend Tours of Vatican Museums & Colosseum

10. Rome: Combined Weekend Tours of Vatican Museums & Colosseum

On the first day, visit the Vatican Museums, featuring 54 different galleries, including Museo Pio-Clementino, Museo Chiaramonti, Museo Gregoriano Etrusco, and Museo Gregoriano Egiziano. These halls house world-famous artworks by Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Raphael, and Giotto. See the renowned frescoes at the Sistine Chapel, including its famous ceiling and "The Last Judgement" by Michelangelo. The chapel remains used for religious purposes, such as the Papal conclave. On the second day, see the genius that took the Colosseum from concept to reality in 70-80 AD, centuries before the advent of modern engineering. The Colosseum is estimated to have once held 50,000-80,000 spectators. Breathe in the amphitheater's past, brought to life by your expert guide. Just outside, see the magnificent Arch of Constantine. Continuing the walking tour, discover the excavated ruins of the Roman Forum archaeological site, where many structures remain intact to this day. Finally, discover the breathtaking Palatine Hill.

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This was the best thing i could have done - these tickets were a lifesaver in terms of not having to stand in a long queue in the heat. The person who was supposed to meet me with the tickets couldn't make it - but they made sure to call me a day ahead and explain the situation and forwarded the tickets to me along with clear instructions.

This was a wonder experience! Alec was an excellent guide! Very enthusiastic, entertaining, charming, and gave a wonderful & easy to absorb history lesson which greatly enriched the experience! This was better than expected, and gave wonderful views of the city from the terrace! Highly recommend!

Loved this tour! My partner and I happened to be the only ones on the tour so it luckily became a private one! Our guide was very knowledgeable and told us interesting facts about the building and answered all of our many questions. Definitely recommend a guided tour for this one!

So glad we booked this. We were in Rome during a heat wave and the line was soo long! With this ticket we walked right into the museum!

Not a tour but removes any confusion with getting into the Sistine Chapel and the rest of the Vatican sights.