All-included Rome in a Day Tour with Vatican Sistine Chapel Colosseum & Pantheon

Rome, Italy

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icon6 hours  (Approx.)
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Overview

Maximize time in Rome with a comprehensive private tour that includes several top sites. Skip the line for quick access into the Colosseum and explore landmarks including the Roman Forum, the Pantheon, and Piazza Navona. See the Trevi Fountain and go inside the Vatican Museums to visit the Sistine Chapel. Learn about the history of St. Peter’s Basilica while wandering through its interiors.
  • Discover major landmarks of Rome with a private guide
  • Visit Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain, and the Pantheon
  • See Michelangelo’s famous ceiling in the Sistine Chapel
  • Entrance fees to the Colosseum and Vatican Museums are included

Local guide
Blue Badge guide
Professional art historian guide
Guaranteed to skip the long lines
Private tour and semi-private tour
Food and drinks
Hotel pickup and drop-off
transportation to and from the attractions

Departure Point

Via dei Fori Imperiali, Roma RM, Italy

Departure Time

8:30 AM

Return Details

Saint Peter's Square, Forum Sancti Petri, Città del Vaticano, Vatican City
Itinerary
Pass By:  
Made In Italy Tours by Luca and his Guide Mates
You meet your guide at the Colosseum and with reserved tickets head straight inside to explore this magnificent amphitheatre, the largest Roman arena in the world.After the visit you head outside to see the Arch of Constantine followed by the Roman Forum.  The Forum was the hub of social, political and religious activity in Ancient Rome.  Around this main square you will see the ruins of the 1st-century Arch of Titus, the House of the Vestal Virgins, the Temple of Saturn, the Senate House, and the white marble Arch of Septimius Severus.  A walk up the Sacred Way brings you to the Capitoline Hill and Il Vittoriano, one of modern-day Italy’s most magnificent monuments.Another walk brings you to the Trevi Fountain, most famously seen in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita.  Follow legend; throw a coin in the fountain and make a wish that you will return to Rome one day!There is then time for lunch (own expense). There are numerous places to eat whether you want a pizza, sandwich or 3course meal – just ask your guide!Following lunch you head to the Government District to see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The Temple of Hadrian is close by; this magnificent edifice was built by the Emperor Antonius Pius to honor his great predecessor.A walk down a narrow “vicolo” brings you to the Pantheon to see the tomb of Raphael, the Renaissance painter and architect.  You then pass the Ancient Baths of Nero on your way to Piazza Navona to see Bernini’s wonderful Fountain of the Four Rivers.                  The day ends with a walk across the Tiber to the Vatican.  Here you will visit the Vatican Museums to see its magnificent artworks including frescoes by Raphael and Michelangelo’s famous ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. You also visit Saint Peter’s Basilica and finally into Saint Peter’s Square to see the Pope’s apartments – a wonderful 6-hours in Rome!
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Colosseum
You meet your guide at the Colosseum and with reserved tickets head straight inside to explore this magnificent amphitheatre, the largest Roman arena in the world.After the visit you head outside to see the Arch of Constantine followed by the Roman Forum.  The Forum was the hub of social, political and religious activity in Ancient Rome.  Around this main square you will see the ruins of the 1st-century Arch of Titus, the House of the Vestal Virgins, the Temple of Saturn, the Senate House, and the white marble Arch of Septimius Severus.  A walk up the Sacred Way brings you to the Capitoline Hill and Il Vittoriano, one of modern-day Italy’s most magnificent monuments.Another walk brings you to the Trevi Fountain, most famously seen in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita.  Follow legend; throw a coin in the fountain and make a wish that you will return to Rome one day!There is then time for lunch (own expense). There are numerous places to eat whether you want a pizza, sandwich or 3course meal – just ask your guide!Following lunch you head to the Government District to see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The Temple of Hadrian is close by; this magnificent edifice was built by the Emperor Antonius Pius to honor his great predecessor.A walk down a narrow “vicolo” brings you to the Pantheon to see the tomb of Raphael, the Renaissance painter and architect.  You then pass the Ancient Baths of Nero on your way to Piazza Navona to see Bernini’s wonderful Fountain of the Four Rivers.                  The day ends with a walk across the Tiber to the Vatican.  Here you will visit the Vatican Museums to see its magnificent artworks including frescoes by Raphael and Michelangelo’s famous ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. You also visit Saint Peter’s Basilica and finally into Saint Peter’s Square to see the Pope’s apartments – a wonderful 6-hours in Rome!
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Roman Forum
You meet your guide at the Colosseum and with reserved tickets head straight inside to explore this magnificent amphitheatre, the largest Roman arena in the world.After the visit you head outside to see the Arch of Constantine followed by the Roman Forum.  The Forum was the hub of social, political and religious activity in Ancient Rome.  Around this main square you will see the ruins of the 1st-century Arch of Titus, the House of the Vestal Virgins, the Temple of Saturn, the Senate House, and the white marble Arch of Septimius Severus.  A walk up the Sacred Way brings you to the Capitoline Hill and Il Vittoriano, one of modern-day Italy’s most magnificent monuments.Another walk brings you to the Trevi Fountain, most famously seen in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita.  Follow legend; throw a coin in the fountain and make a wish that you will return to Rome one day!There is then time for lunch (own expense). There are numerous places to eat whether you want a pizza, sandwich or 3course meal – just ask your guide!Following lunch you head to the Government District to see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The Temple of Hadrian is close by; this magnificent edifice was built by the Emperor Antonius Pius to honor his great predecessor.A walk down a narrow “vicolo” brings you to the Pantheon to see the tomb of Raphael, the Renaissance painter and architect.  You then pass the Ancient Baths of Nero on your way to Piazza Navona to see Bernini’s wonderful Fountain of the Four Rivers.                  The day ends with a walk across the Tiber to the Vatican.  Here you will visit the Vatican Museums to see its magnificent artworks including frescoes by Raphael and Michelangelo’s famous ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. You also visit Saint Peter’s Basilica and finally into Saint Peter’s Square to see the Pope’s apartments – a wonderful 6-hours in Rome!
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Pass By:  
Complesso del Vittoriano
You meet your guide at the Colosseum and with reserved tickets head straight inside to explore this magnificent amphitheatre, the largest Roman arena in the world.After the visit you head outside to see the Arch of Constantine followed by the Roman Forum.  The Forum was the hub of social, political and religious activity in Ancient Rome.  Around this main square you will see the ruins of the 1st-century Arch of Titus, the House of the Vestal Virgins, the Temple of Saturn, the Senate House, and the white marble Arch of Septimius Severus.  A walk up the Sacred Way brings you to the Capitoline Hill and Il Vittoriano, one of modern-day Italy’s most magnificent monuments.Another walk brings you to the Trevi Fountain, most famously seen in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita.  Follow legend; throw a coin in the fountain and make a wish that you will return to Rome one day!There is then time for lunch (own expense). There are numerous places to eat whether you want a pizza, sandwich or 3course meal – just ask your guide!Following lunch you head to the Government District to see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The Temple of Hadrian is close by; this magnificent edifice was built by the Emperor Antonius Pius to honor his great predecessor.A walk down a narrow “vicolo” brings you to the Pantheon to see the tomb of Raphael, the Renaissance painter and architect.  You then pass the Ancient Baths of Nero on your way to Piazza Navona to see Bernini’s wonderful Fountain of the Four Rivers.                  The day ends with a walk across the Tiber to the Vatican.  Here you will visit the Vatican Museums to see its magnificent artworks including frescoes by Raphael and Michelangelo’s famous ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. You also visit Saint Peter’s Basilica and finally into Saint Peter’s Square to see the Pope’s apartments – a wonderful 6-hours in Rome!
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Pantheon
You meet your guide at the Colosseum and with reserved tickets head straight inside to explore this magnificent amphitheatre, the largest Roman arena in the world.After the visit you head outside to see the Arch of Constantine followed by the Roman Forum.  The Forum was the hub of social, political and religious activity in Ancient Rome.  Around this main square you will see the ruins of the 1st-century Arch of Titus, the House of the Vestal Virgins, the Temple of Saturn, the Senate House, and the white marble Arch of Septimius Severus.  A walk up the Sacred Way brings you to the Capitoline Hill and Il Vittoriano, one of modern-day Italy’s most magnificent monuments.Another walk brings you to the Trevi Fountain, most famously seen in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita.  Follow legend; throw a coin in the fountain and make a wish that you will return to Rome one day!There is then time for lunch (own expense). There are numerous places to eat whether you want a pizza, sandwich or 3course meal – just ask your guide!Following lunch you head to the Government District to see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The Temple of Hadrian is close by; this magnificent edifice was built by the Emperor Antonius Pius to honor his great predecessor.A walk down a narrow “vicolo” brings you to the Pantheon to see the tomb of Raphael, the Renaissance painter and architect.  You then pass the Ancient Baths of Nero on your way to Piazza Navona to see Bernini’s wonderful Fountain of the Four Rivers.                  The day ends with a walk across the Tiber to the Vatican.  Here you will visit the Vatican Museums to see its magnificent artworks including frescoes by Raphael and Michelangelo’s famous ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. You also visit Saint Peter’s Basilica and finally into Saint Peter’s Square to see the Pope’s apartments – a wonderful 6-hours in Rome!
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Piazza Navona
You meet your guide at the Colosseum and with reserved tickets head straight inside to explore this magnificent amphitheatre, the largest Roman arena in the world.After the visit you head outside to see the Arch of Constantine followed by the Roman Forum.  The Forum was the hub of social, political and religious activity in Ancient Rome.  Around this main square you will see the ruins of the 1st-century Arch of Titus, the House of the Vestal Virgins, the Temple of Saturn, the Senate House, and the white marble Arch of Septimius Severus.  A walk up the Sacred Way brings you to the Capitoline Hill and Il Vittoriano, one of modern-day Italy’s most magnificent monuments.Another walk brings you to the Trevi Fountain, most famously seen in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita.  Follow legend; throw a coin in the fountain and make a wish that you will return to Rome one day!There is then time for lunch (own expense). There are numerous places to eat whether you want a pizza, sandwich or 3course meal – just ask your guide!Following lunch you head to the Government District to see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The Temple of Hadrian is close by; this magnificent edifice was built by the Emperor Antonius Pius to honor his great predecessor.A walk down a narrow “vicolo” brings you to the Pantheon to see the tomb of Raphael, the Renaissance painter and architect.  You then pass the Ancient Baths of Nero on your way to Piazza Navona to see Bernini’s wonderful Fountain of the Four Rivers.                  The day ends with a walk across the Tiber to the Vatican.  Here you will visit the Vatican Museums to see its magnificent artworks including frescoes by Raphael and Michelangelo’s famous ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. You also visit Saint Peter’s Basilica and finally into Saint Peter’s Square to see the Pope’s apartments – a wonderful 6-hours in Rome!
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Trevi Fountain
You meet your guide at the Colosseum and with reserved tickets head straight inside to explore this magnificent amphitheatre, the largest Roman arena in the world.After the visit you head outside to see the Arch of Constantine followed by the Roman Forum.  The Forum was the hub of social, political and religious activity in Ancient Rome.  Around this main square you will see the ruins of the 1st-century Arch of Titus, the House of the Vestal Virgins, the Temple of Saturn, the Senate House, and the white marble Arch of Septimius Severus.  A walk up the Sacred Way brings you to the Capitoline Hill and Il Vittoriano, one of modern-day Italy’s most magnificent monuments.Another walk brings you to the Trevi Fountain, most famously seen in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita.  Follow legend; throw a coin in the fountain and make a wish that you will return to Rome one day!There is then time for lunch (own expense). There are numerous places to eat whether you want a pizza, sandwich or 3course meal – just ask your guide!Following lunch you head to the Government District to see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The Temple of Hadrian is close by; this magnificent edifice was built by the Emperor Antonius Pius to honor his great predecessor.A walk down a narrow “vicolo” brings you to the Pantheon to see the tomb of Raphael, the Renaissance painter and architect.  You then pass the Ancient Baths of Nero on your way to Piazza Navona to see Bernini’s wonderful Fountain of the Four Rivers.                  The day ends with a walk across the Tiber to the Vatican.  Here you will visit the Vatican Museums to see its magnificent artworks including frescoes by Raphael and Michelangelo’s famous ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. You also visit Saint Peter’s Basilica and finally into Saint Peter’s Square to see the Pope’s apartments – a wonderful 6-hours in Rome!
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Vatican Museums
You meet your guide at the Colosseum and with reserved tickets head straight inside to explore this magnificent amphitheatre, the largest Roman arena in the world.After the visit you head outside to see the Arch of Constantine followed by the Roman Forum.  The Forum was the hub of social, political and religious activity in Ancient Rome.  Around this main square you will see the ruins of the 1st-century Arch of Titus, the House of the Vestal Virgins, the Temple of Saturn, the Senate House, and the white marble Arch of Septimius Severus.  A walk up the Sacred Way brings you to the Capitoline Hill and Il Vittoriano, one of modern-day Italy’s most magnificent monuments.Another walk brings you to the Trevi Fountain, most famously seen in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita.  Follow legend; throw a coin in the fountain and make a wish that you will return to Rome one day!There is then time for lunch (own expense). There are numerous places to eat whether you want a pizza, sandwich or 3course meal – just ask your guide!Following lunch you head to the Government District to see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The Temple of Hadrian is close by; this magnificent edifice was built by the Emperor Antonius Pius to honor his great predecessor.A walk down a narrow “vicolo” brings you to the Pantheon to see the tomb of Raphael, the Renaissance painter and architect.  You then pass the Ancient Baths of Nero on your way to Piazza Navona to see Bernini’s wonderful Fountain of the Four Rivers.                  The day ends with a walk across the Tiber to the Vatican.  Here you will visit the Vatican Museums to see its magnificent artworks including frescoes by Raphael and Michelangelo’s famous ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. You also visit Saint Peter’s Basilica and finally into Saint Peter’s Square to see the Pope’s apartments – a wonderful 6-hours in Rome!
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Sistine Chapel
You meet your guide at the Colosseum and with reserved tickets head straight inside to explore this magnificent amphitheatre, the largest Roman arena in the world.After the visit you head outside to see the Arch of Constantine followed by the Roman Forum.  The Forum was the hub of social, political and religious activity in Ancient Rome.  Around this main square you will see the ruins of the 1st-century Arch of Titus, the House of the Vestal Virgins, the Temple of Saturn, the Senate House, and the white marble Arch of Septimius Severus.  A walk up the Sacred Way brings you to the Capitoline Hill and Il Vittoriano, one of modern-day Italy’s most magnificent monuments.Another walk brings you to the Trevi Fountain, most famously seen in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita.  Follow legend; throw a coin in the fountain and make a wish that you will return to Rome one day!There is then time for lunch (own expense). There are numerous places to eat whether you want a pizza, sandwich or 3course meal – just ask your guide!Following lunch you head to the Government District to see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The Temple of Hadrian is close by; this magnificent edifice was built by the Emperor Antonius Pius to honor his great predecessor.A walk down a narrow “vicolo” brings you to the Pantheon to see the tomb of Raphael, the Renaissance painter and architect.  You then pass the Ancient Baths of Nero on your way to Piazza Navona to see Bernini’s wonderful Fountain of the Four Rivers.                  The day ends with a walk across the Tiber to the Vatican.  Here you will visit the Vatican Museums to see its magnificent artworks including frescoes by Raphael and Michelangelo’s famous ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. You also visit Saint Peter’s Basilica and finally into Saint Peter’s Square to see the Pope’s apartments – a wonderful 6-hours in Rome!
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
St. Peter's Basilica
You meet your guide at the Colosseum and with reserved tickets head straight inside to explore this magnificent amphitheatre, the largest Roman arena in the world.After the visit you head outside to see the Arch of Constantine followed by the Roman Forum.  The Forum was the hub of social, political and religious activity in Ancient Rome.  Around this main square you will see the ruins of the 1st-century Arch of Titus, the House of the Vestal Virgins, the Temple of Saturn, the Senate House, and the white marble Arch of Septimius Severus.  A walk up the Sacred Way brings you to the Capitoline Hill and Il Vittoriano, one of modern-day Italy’s most magnificent monuments.Another walk brings you to the Trevi Fountain, most famously seen in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita.  Follow legend; throw a coin in the fountain and make a wish that you will return to Rome one day!There is then time for lunch (own expense). There are numerous places to eat whether you want a pizza, sandwich or 3course meal – just ask your guide!Following lunch you head to the Government District to see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The Temple of Hadrian is close by; this magnificent edifice was built by the Emperor Antonius Pius to honor his great predecessor.A walk down a narrow “vicolo” brings you to the Pantheon to see the tomb of Raphael, the Renaissance painter and architect.  You then pass the Ancient Baths of Nero on your way to Piazza Navona to see Bernini’s wonderful Fountain of the Four Rivers.                  The day ends with a walk across the Tiber to the Vatican.  Here you will visit the Vatican Museums to see its magnificent artworks including frescoes by Raphael and Michelangelo’s famous ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. You also visit Saint Peter’s Basilica and finally into Saint Peter’s Square to see the Pope’s apartments – a wonderful 6-hours in Rome!
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
La Pieta
You meet your guide at the Colosseum and with reserved tickets head straight inside to explore this magnificent amphitheatre, the largest Roman arena in the world.After the visit you head outside to see the Arch of Constantine followed by the Roman Forum.  The Forum was the hub of social, political and religious activity in Ancient Rome.  Around this main square you will see the ruins of the 1st-century Arch of Titus, the House of the Vestal Virgins, the Temple of Saturn, the Senate House, and the white marble Arch of Septimius Severus.  A walk up the Sacred Way brings you to the Capitoline Hill and Il Vittoriano, one of modern-day Italy’s most magnificent monuments.Another walk brings you to the Trevi Fountain, most famously seen in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita.  Follow legend; throw a coin in the fountain and make a wish that you will return to Rome one day!There is then time for lunch (own expense). There are numerous places to eat whether you want a pizza, sandwich or 3course meal – just ask your guide!Following lunch you head to the Government District to see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The Temple of Hadrian is close by; this magnificent edifice was built by the Emperor Antonius Pius to honor his great predecessor.A walk down a narrow “vicolo” brings you to the Pantheon to see the tomb of Raphael, the Renaissance painter and architect.  You then pass the Ancient Baths of Nero on your way to Piazza Navona to see Bernini’s wonderful Fountain of the Four Rivers.                  The day ends with a walk across the Tiber to the Vatican.  Here you will visit the Vatican Museums to see its magnificent artworks including frescoes by Raphael and Michelangelo’s famous ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. You also visit Saint Peter’s Basilica and finally into Saint Peter’s Square to see the Pope’s apartments – a wonderful 6-hours in Rome!
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • A dress code is required to enter places of worship and select museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders must be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Infant seats available
  • Most travelers can participate
  • READ CAREFULLY: Because of the growing popularity of the current pope Francis and his intense activity in organising mass events in the Vatican some areas might get closed last minute without previous notice. This has already happened this year and can happen again during you Vatican tour: the Sistine chapel and/or the Basilica of Saint Peter might not be accessible. In case of such events our tour guide will provide you with a valuable alternative focusing the tour inside the Vatican museums.
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

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