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  • Rome: Private Highlights Tour by Golf Cart

    1. Rome: Private Highlights Tour by Golf Cart

    Experience the very best of the Eternal City on a private golf cart tour. Begin your visit in the morning, afternoon, or evening by meeting your expert tour guide at the local partner's office. Set off to discover the great highlights and the hidden gems Rome has to offer. Start the tour in the city center and customize your itinerary based on your personal preferences. Led by your passionate guide, hit all the major highlights including Piazza Venezia and the impressive Vittoriano, the Trevi Fountain — where you can throw a coin into the water to ensure your return to Rome — and the Spanish Steps, heart of the glamorous shopping district. Head then to Piazza Navona, with the amazing Bernini’s Fountain of the Four Rivers. Go in the Pantheon to admire the greatest work of Roman architecture, followed by a stop at Campo de Fiori to visit the food market. Afterwards, explore the best of A...

    I did this tour with my wife and we both loved it! It is a very nice option to explore a lot of the city quickly so we would recommend it as the first tour when arriving at Rome (especially when it is hot outside). The driver was very nice and knowledgeable! We had a lot of questions and he answered all of them with ease. We can highly recommend this tour

  • Rome: Temples, Squares & Markets Guided Walking Tour

    2. Rome: Temples, Squares & Markets Guided Walking Tour

    Explore some must-see places as well as the secret side of Rome with a local guide. Immerse in the history and culture of the city as you visit the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, the Jewish Ghetto, Campo de' Fiori, and more. Enjoy a tasting of traditional Roman street food. Start your walking tour at the Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Admire its frescoed ceiling and enjoy its baroque atmosphere. Stroll over to the Pantheon. Learn about the obelisks in Rome, some of which are thousands of years old and were brought from Egypt. Get a view of the beautiful square of Piazza Navona. Learn about the “talking statues”, a phenomenon that is quite unique to the city. Walk by ancient temples. See the Mouth of Truth, a spot forever immortalized by Audrey Hepburn in the film Roman Holidays. Find out why Rome is often compared with a lasagna. Explore Campo de Fiori Square and its local Food Market to...

  • Rome: Private City Highlights Segway Tour at Night

    3. Rome: Private City Highlights Segway Tour at Night

    Embark on a fun and unique tour experience as you explore Rome on a segway at night. See more of the city in less time, visit famous locations, and enjoy entertaining commentary from your local guide along the way. Meet your guide, receive your helmet, and get an instructional session on how to use the segway. You’ll ride on the sidewalks, bike lanes, and through many of city's popular avenues and parks. The itinerary includes famous sites like the Trevi Fountain and Capitoline Hill. Listen as your guide tells you all about the attractions you are gliding past, and provides insider tips about life in Rome.

  • Rome: Trastevere Jewish Quarter Private Walking Tour

    4. Rome: Trastevere Jewish Quarter Private Walking Tour

    Learn about Jewish life in Rome on a private walking tour that uncovers a more hidden side to the “Eternal City,” and explore the area the Romans referred to as the Jewish Ghetto. Focused on the picturesque Trastevere and Isola Tiberina, the tour also takes in the medieval Campo de' Fiori, one of the oldest markets in the world. Meet at the archaeological site of the Largo di Torre Argentina, site of an enormous religious center of the Roman Empire, where Julius Caesar was stabbed to death, and Pompey's theater was located. Your guide will bring to life Caesar’s theatrical death, before taking you down the medieval alleways that lead to the open air market of the Campo de’ Fiori. Marvel at the beauty of the Renaissance Palazzo Farnese. Then, cross the River Tiber to Trastevere, and get lost in a maze of narrow, cobblestone streets. From the Roman Republic to the end of the Middle Ages,...

  • Rome Jewish Ghetto Art and Treasure Hunt Guided Tour

    5. Rome Jewish Ghetto Art and Treasure Hunt Guided Tour

    On this 2-hour Jewish Ghetto Art and Treasure Hunt you’ll take a journey to the heart of ancient and medieval Rome. Start your hunt at Piazza Mattei, where you’ll see its graceful turtles, witnesses of a romantic love story. From here you’ll head along narrow alleyways leading to the Portico of Ottavia, where you’ll be enticed by the aromas of kosher food. During your walk along Via del Portico di Ottavia you’ll encounter a lizard and a frog. These animals, seemingly insignificant, are in fact the way 2 enslaved architects found to sign their own work. Finally, you’ll walk along the Tiber River, where the ancient Roman legend of Asclepius and the snake will reveal the reason why the Tiber Island has its unique shape. Watch the clues closely, find your orientation, follow the tracked indicators on the map in your book, and search carefully around you.

  • Rome Highlights Tour by Electric Bike

    6. Rome Highlights Tour by Electric Bike

    Navigate the "7 Hills of Rome" by electric bike and marvel at iconic monuments, such as the Trevi Fountain. Cycle to Piazza Barberini on Quirinal Hill, and discover the site of the Baths of Diocletian at the basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli. Go to the basilica of San Pietro in Vincoli before getting a look at the Colosseum from the outside. Enjoy panoramic views from the Giardino degli Aranci on Aventine Hill. Encounter relics of the Roman Empire, such as Trajan's Column and the Theatre of Marcellus. Explore the old Jewish Ghetto, historic Trastevere and medieval market at Campo dei Fiori. Get an amazing view from the Fontana dell'Acqua Paola and much more.

  • Rome: Relive the Last Days of Julius Caesar Guided Tour

    7. Rome: Relive the Last Days of Julius Caesar Guided Tour

    Explore the life and death of Julius Caesar on a 3-hour guided walking tour of Rome that relives the most important day in the city’s history; the day Caesar died! A private guide will recreate the final days of Rome's most controversial hero, leading you to the places where the story occured. Explore the complex history to understand how such a beloved leader could be so brutally betrayed and murdered by his friends and colleagues. Walk through the ancient ruins of the imperial city, from Largo Argentina to the Portico of Octavia. Then, it’s onward to the Theater of Marcellus, ending at the Roman Forum, where you will have free entrance to explore the temple ruins of Ancient Rome and bring history to life.

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What people are saying about Theatre of Marcellus

I did this tour with my wife and we both loved it! It is a very nice option to explore a lot of the city quickly so we would recommend it as the first tour when arriving at Rome (especially when it is hot outside). The driver was very nice and knowledgeable! We had a lot of questions and he answered all of them with ease. We can highly recommend this tour

It was so funny & exciting. Rome at night. It was beautiful, super romantic and something very special. Our wishes were also taken into account. We ate the best ice cream from Rome. It was amazing. 2 hours. No 3rd and forever a highlight for us. Mimmo was just great. Thanks for that. Unforgettable.

Tiziano was absolutely perfect !! Thank you for all this 3-hour sharing on the history of Rome and your good humor. By far my best visit. Impeccable French as a bonus and a little secret visit. I loved.

Very complete and pleasant tour. Our guide passed on a lot of knowledge to us. In a few hours we travel through time in Rome, through its anecdotes and its monuments. Thanks Mimo!

Great tour guide, very informative and passionate about Rome.