From the moment you pick up and return to the hotel, you will be immersed in the magic of Rome! From St. Peter's Basilica, to the Basilica of San Paolo, to the Colosseum, to the famous keyhole, these are just some of the typical features of Rome that you can enjoy in 4 hours. You will be impressed by our program, which will include both the most sacred places and the most famous traditional places.
WiFi on board
English speaking driver guide
Driver availability in additional language. English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Ukrainian, Indian
Departure & Return
Traveler pickup is offered Each passenger will be picked up within the selected area.
What To Expect
St. Peter's Basilica
If you wish, you can stop in one of the oldest squares in the world, the fulcrum of Catholicism. Admiring the square of the basilica will be an unforgettable experience. The queues to enter can be long depending on the period.
You can't miss the sight of this pyramid in the city center.
The Pyramid is located between the Non-Catholic Cemetery and Porta San Paolo (home of the museum) (photo 2) and is one of the most characteristic monuments of Rome. However, although it resembles the Egyptian pyramids, it is a monument completely built following Roman construction techniques. That is, the materials, the dimensions and the structure are typical of Roman building and in the center of the monument there is a single burial chamber.
The Flaminio Obelisk, in piazza del Popolo, is an Egyptian obelisk, placed in the splendid Piazza del Popolo which alone expresses all the art of Rome, from Romanesque and Renaissance art. "Emperor Augustus, Caesar's divine son, Emperor for the eleventh, Tribuno for the twelfth, dedicated this obelisk to the Sun, when Egypt had been governed by the Romans "are the two incisions still present on the sides of the obelisk.
Among the most evocative and romantic places in Rome you cannot miss the orange garden, thanks to its enviable position, which allows you to admire a good part of Rome from above. The view extends from the Tiber, to the Temples of the Foro Boario, from Santa Maria in Cosmedin, to the Gianicolo and the unmistakable and imposing silhouette of the dome of St. Peter, seen through the famous keyhole.
Unfailing, the papal basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls is one of the four papal basilicas of Rome, the second largest after that of St. Peter in the Vatican. about 2 km outside the Aurelian walls (hence its name), coming out of the Porta San Paolo. The tradition indicates that as the place of burial of the apostle Paul (about 3 km from the place - called "Tre Fontane" - in which he suffered martyrdom and was beheaded); the tomb of the saint is in fact found under the papal altar.
Another small peculiarity of Rome. At the top of the hill (practically underneath the statue of Garibaldi) a cannon is fired from 24 January 1904 which shoots, at high noon, at noon. The shot, in the rare days when the city is less noisy (particularly on Sundays, or August), can be heard up to the Esquiline!
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