Rome in a Day Tour Including Vatican Sistine Chapel Colosseum and All Highlights

Rome, Italy

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icon7 hours  (Approx.)
Mobile ticket
iconOffered in: English and 4 more
Overview

Make the most of a short stay in Rome on a private tour that makes it easy to cover all the must-see attractions in a single day. From ancient marvels like the Colosseum and Pantheon to the baroque flourishes of the Trevi Fountain, a personal guide and driver get you there in speed and comfort, without standing in line or long hot walks across town. The grand finale is a walk through the magnificent Sistine Chapel.
  • See the best of Rome in just one day with an art historian guide
  • Save time with skip-the-line access to the most popular attractions
  • Access the Vatican Museums without waiting for hours
  • A private guide ensures a personalized experience

Local taxes
Guaranteed to skip the long lines
Private tour
Professional art historian guide
Walking tour
Food and drinks
Transportation to/from attractions
Gratuities
hotel pick up

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
Stop At:  
Vatican Museums
Your guide will be waiting for you at the Colosseum, where you'll go to the inside of the field for an investigation of Ancient Rome's biggest amphitheater. At the point when your visit is finished, take after your guide for a glance at the Arch of Constantine and the Roman Forum, the domain's focal square and center point of political, religious, and social action. See the first 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. At that point by means of the Sacred Way, touch base at Capitoline Hill and the Vittoriano, a standout amongst the most delightful landmarks of current Italy. Next, proceed with your visit to the Trevi Fountain, found in a few movies, including Fellini's La Dolce Vita. To take after legend, toss a coin in the wellspring and make a desire that some time or another you'll come back to Rome. At that point it's the ideal opportunity for a rest and lunch (at your own expense); there is an assortment of eateries you can browse, regardless of whether you're in the disposition for pizza, a sandwich, or a more pleasant 3-course dinner. After lunch, make a beeline for the Government District, where you'll see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers, and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The notable Temple of Hadrian is close-by; Emperor Antoninus Pius constructed the amazing structure out of appreciation for his ancestor. At that point take after a limited road to see the Pantheon, where Raphael, the Renaissance engineer and painter, lies buried. Proceed to Piazza Navona by method for the Ancient Baths of Nero, and appreciate the Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini. Your last goal is the Vatican, which sits over the Tiber River. Amid your visit of the Vatican Museums and St. Diminish's Basilica, you'll appreciate a voyage through Michelangelo's most acclaimed works, including the roof of the Sistine Chapel, in addition to Raphael's frescoes and the flats of the pope.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Colosseum
Your guide will be waiting for you at the Colosseum, where you'll go to the inside of the field for an investigation of Ancient Rome's biggest amphitheater. At the point when your visit is finished, take after your guide for a glance at the Arch of Constantine and the Roman Forum, the domain's focal square and center point of political, religious, and social action. See the first 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. At that point by means of the Sacred Way, touch base at Capitoline Hill and the Vittoriano, a standout amongst the most delightful landmarks of current Italy. Next, proceed with your visit to the Trevi Fountain, found in a few movies, including Fellini's La Dolce Vita. To take after legend, toss a coin in the wellspring and make a desire that some time or another you'll come back to Rome. At that point it's the ideal opportunity for a rest and lunch (at your own expense); there is an assortment of eateries you can browse, regardless of whether you're in the disposition for pizza, a sandwich, or a more pleasant 3-course dinner. After lunch, make a beeline for the Government District, where you'll see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers, and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The notable Temple of Hadrian is close-by; Emperor Antoninus Pius constructed the amazing structure out of appreciation for his ancestor. At that point take after a limited road to see the Pantheon, where Raphael, the Renaissance engineer and painter, lies buried. Proceed to Piazza Navona by method for the Ancient Baths of Nero, and appreciate the Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini. Your last goal is the Vatican, which sits over the Tiber River. Amid your visit of the Vatican Museums and St. Diminish's Basilica, you'll appreciate a voyage through Michelangelo's most acclaimed works, including the roof of the Sistine Chapel, in addition to Raphael's frescoes and the flats of the pope.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Sistine Chapel
Your guide will be waiting for you at the Colosseum, where you'll go to the inside of the field for an investigation of Ancient Rome's biggest amphitheater. At the point when your visit is finished, take after your guide for a glance at the Arch of Constantine and the Roman Forum, the domain's focal square and center point of political, religious, and social action. See the first 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. At that point by means of the Sacred Way, touch base at Capitoline Hill and the Vittoriano, a standout amongst the most delightful landmarks of current Italy. Next, proceed with your visit to the Trevi Fountain, found in a few movies, including Fellini's La Dolce Vita. To take after legend, toss a coin in the wellspring and make a desire that some time or another you'll come back to Rome. At that point it's the ideal opportunity for a rest and lunch (at your own expense); there is an assortment of eateries you can browse, regardless of whether you're in the disposition for pizza, a sandwich, or a more pleasant 3-course dinner. After lunch, make a beeline for the Government District, where you'll see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers, and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The notable Temple of Hadrian is close-by; Emperor Antoninus Pius constructed the amazing structure out of appreciation for his ancestor. At that point take after a limited road to see the Pantheon, where Raphael, the Renaissance engineer and painter, lies buried. Proceed to Piazza Navona by method for the Ancient Baths of Nero, and appreciate the Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini. Your last goal is the Vatican, which sits over the Tiber River. Amid your visit of the Vatican Museums and St. Diminish's Basilica, you'll appreciate a voyage through Michelangelo's most acclaimed works, including the roof of the Sistine Chapel, in addition to Raphael's frescoes and the flats of the pope.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
St. Peter's Basilica
Your guide will be waiting for you at the Colosseum, where you'll go to the inside of the field for an investigation of Ancient Rome's biggest amphitheater. At the point when your visit is finished, take after your guide for a glance at the Arch of Constantine and the Roman Forum, the domain's focal square and center point of political, religious, and social action. See the first 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. At that point by means of the Sacred Way, touch base at Capitoline Hill and the Vittoriano, a standout amongst the most delightful landmarks of current Italy. Next, proceed with your visit to the Trevi Fountain, found in a few movies, including Fellini's La Dolce Vita. To take after legend, toss a coin in the wellspring and make a desire that some time or another you'll come back to Rome. At that point it's the ideal opportunity for a rest and lunch (at your own expense); there is an assortment of eateries you can browse, regardless of whether you're in the disposition for pizza, a sandwich, or a more pleasant 3-course dinner. After lunch, make a beeline for the Government District, where you'll see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers, and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The notable Temple of Hadrian is close-by; Emperor Antoninus Pius constructed the amazing structure out of appreciation for his ancestor. At that point take after a limited road to see the Pantheon, where Raphael, the Renaissance engineer and painter, lies buried. Proceed to Piazza Navona by method for the Ancient Baths of Nero, and appreciate the Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini. Your last goal is the Vatican, which sits over the Tiber River. Amid your visit of the Vatican Museums and St. Diminish's Basilica, you'll appreciate a voyage through Michelangelo's most acclaimed works, including the roof of the Sistine Chapel, in addition to Raphael's frescoes and the flats of the pope.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Roman Forum
Your guide will be waiting for you at the Colosseum, where you'll go to the inside of the field for an investigation of Ancient Rome's biggest amphitheater. At the point when your visit is finished, take after your guide for a glance at the Arch of Constantine and the Roman Forum, the domain's focal square and center point of political, religious, and social action. See the first 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. At that point by means of the Sacred Way, touch base at Capitoline Hill and the Vittoriano, a standout amongst the most delightful landmarks of current Italy. Next, proceed with your visit to the Trevi Fountain, found in a few movies, including Fellini's La Dolce Vita. To take after legend, toss a coin in the wellspring and make a desire that some time or another you'll come back to Rome. At that point it's the ideal opportunity for a rest and lunch (at your own expense); there is an assortment of eateries you can browse, regardless of whether you're in the disposition for pizza, a sandwich, or a more pleasant 3-course dinner. After lunch, make a beeline for the Government District, where you'll see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers, and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The notable Temple of Hadrian is close-by; Emperor Antoninus Pius constructed the amazing structure out of appreciation for his ancestor. At that point take after a limited road to see the Pantheon, where Raphael, the Renaissance engineer and painter, lies buried. Proceed to Piazza Navona by method for the Ancient Baths of Nero, and appreciate the Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini. Your last goal is the Vatican, which sits over the Tiber River. Amid your visit of the Vatican Museums and St. Diminish's Basilica, you'll appreciate a voyage through Michelangelo's most acclaimed works, including the roof of the Sistine Chapel, in addition to Raphael's frescoes and the flats of the pope.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Trevi Fountain
Your guide will be waiting for you at the Colosseum, where you'll go to the inside of the field for an investigation of Ancient Rome's biggest amphitheater. At the point when your visit is finished, take after your guide for a glance at the Arch of Constantine and the Roman Forum, the domain's focal square and center point of political, religious, and social action. See the first 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. At that point by means of the Sacred Way, touch base at Capitoline Hill and the Vittoriano, a standout amongst the most delightful landmarks of current Italy. Next, proceed with your visit to the Trevi Fountain, found in a few movies, including Fellini's La Dolce Vita. To take after legend, toss a coin in the wellspring and make a desire that some time or another you'll come back to Rome. At that point it's the ideal opportunity for a rest and lunch (at your own expense); there is an assortment of eateries you can browse, regardless of whether you're in the disposition for pizza, a sandwich, or a more pleasant 3-course dinner. After lunch, make a beeline for the Government District, where you'll see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers, and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The notable Temple of Hadrian is close-by; Emperor Antoninus Pius constructed the amazing structure out of appreciation for his ancestor. At that point take after a limited road to see the Pantheon, where Raphael, the Renaissance engineer and painter, lies buried. Proceed to Piazza Navona by method for the Ancient Baths of Nero, and appreciate the Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini. Your last goal is the Vatican, which sits over the Tiber River. Amid your visit of the Vatican Museums and St. Diminish's Basilica, you'll appreciate a voyage through Michelangelo's most acclaimed works, including the roof of the Sistine Chapel, in addition to Raphael's frescoes and the flats of the pope.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Pantheon
Your guide will be waiting for you at the Colosseum, where you'll go to the inside of the field for an investigation of Ancient Rome's biggest amphitheater. At the point when your visit is finished, take after your guide for a glance at the Arch of Constantine and the Roman Forum, the domain's focal square and center point of political, religious, and social action. See the first 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. At that point by means of the Sacred Way, touch base at Capitoline Hill and the Vittoriano, a standout amongst the most delightful landmarks of current Italy. Next, proceed with your visit to the Trevi Fountain, found in a few movies, including Fellini's La Dolce Vita. To take after legend, toss a coin in the wellspring and make a desire that some time or another you'll come back to Rome. At that point it's the ideal opportunity for a rest and lunch (at your own expense); there is an assortment of eateries you can browse, regardless of whether you're in the disposition for pizza, a sandwich, or a more pleasant 3-course dinner. After lunch, make a beeline for the Government District, where you'll see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers, and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The notable Temple of Hadrian is close-by; Emperor Antoninus Pius constructed the amazing structure out of appreciation for his ancestor. At that point take after a limited road to see the Pantheon, where Raphael, the Renaissance engineer and painter, lies buried. Proceed to Piazza Navona by method for the Ancient Baths of Nero, and appreciate the Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini. Your last goal is the Vatican, which sits over the Tiber River. Amid your visit of the Vatican Museums and St. Diminish's Basilica, you'll appreciate a voyage through Michelangelo's most acclaimed works, including the roof of the Sistine Chapel, in addition to Raphael's frescoes and the flats of the pope.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Piazza Navona
Your guide will be waiting for you at the Colosseum, where you'll go to the inside of the field for an investigation of Ancient Rome's biggest amphitheater. At the point when your visit is finished, take after your guide for a glance at the Arch of Constantine and the Roman Forum, the domain's focal square and center point of political, religious, and social action. See the first 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. At that point by means of the Sacred Way, touch base at Capitoline Hill and the Vittoriano, a standout amongst the most delightful landmarks of current Italy. Next, proceed with your visit to the Trevi Fountain, found in a few movies, including Fellini's La Dolce Vita. To take after legend, toss a coin in the wellspring and make a desire that some time or another you'll come back to Rome. At that point it's the ideal opportunity for a rest and lunch (at your own expense); there is an assortment of eateries you can browse, regardless of whether you're in the disposition for pizza, a sandwich, or a more pleasant 3-course dinner. After lunch, make a beeline for the Government District, where you'll see the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers, and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. The notable Temple of Hadrian is close-by; Emperor Antoninus Pius constructed the amazing structure out of appreciation for his ancestor. At that point take after a limited road to see the Pantheon, where Raphael, the Renaissance engineer and painter, lies buried. Proceed to Piazza Navona by method for the Ancient Baths of Nero, and appreciate the Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini. Your last goal is the Vatican, which sits over the Tiber River. Amid your visit of the Vatican Museums and St. Diminish's Basilica, you'll appreciate a voyage through Michelangelo's most acclaimed works, including the roof of the Sistine Chapel, in addition to Raphael's frescoes and the flats of the pope.
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 selected 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
  • Near public transportation
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • 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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