1st day: ANCIENT ROME - VATICAN MUSEUMS - SAINT PETER'S BASILICA
2nd day: ROMAN SQUARES - SEVEN HILLS
PROGRAM - FIRST DAY
Private Guided Walking Tour
Rome in 2 days Private Tour
The real name of the Coliseum is "Flavian Amphitheatre", it was built by two emperors of Flavia Family, Vespasian begins in the year 72 A.D. and his son Titus ended in the year 80 D.C.
Your guide will recreate for you the splendor of the Colosseum.
You can admire the Arch of Constantine built in the fourth century A.D. and the Arch of Titus inaugurated in 80 D.C.
Then you will walk inside the Roman Forum, considered the largest archaeological site in the world.
The Roman Forum was expanded with the Forum of Julius Caesar, the Forum of Augustus and the Forum of the Emperor Trajan.
The tour continues on Capitol Hill, to admire the square designed by Michelangelo in the sixteenth century, where today live the Capitoline Museums.
The tour ends at Piazza Venezia with free time in the Victor Emanuel Monument, where you can admire the most beautiful view of Rome.
VATICAN MUSEUMS AND SISTINE CHAPEL
Vatican Museums are the largest complex of Museums togheter in the world.
The guided tour will start at the entrance to the Vatican Museums.
From here with your guide and privileged entrance, you will enjoy the panoramic view of the beautiful Vatican Gardens, you will continue to the Candelabra Gallery, the Gallery of Tapestries, the Maps Gallery and the Immaculate Conception room.
Stop and free time inside the Sistine Chapel, where you can admire the divine frescoes of Genesis and the Last Judgment, the best work of Michelangelo Buonarroti as painter.
The Sistine Chapel is one of the most famous art treasures of the Vatican City, built in 1477 by Pope Sixtus IV.
SAINT PETER'S BASILICA - POPE'S CRYPT - SAINT PETER'S SQUARE
With your dedicated expert tour Guide you will explore the art, architecture and history of Saint Peter's Basilica, the greatest and the most magnificent and impressive religious complex in all of Rome, even the world, whose total surface overcomes the 15.000 square meters.
Saint Peter’s Basilica is a masterpiece of Renaissance and Baroque architecture, your entertaining, private Guide let you admire the Pietà of Michelangelo and Bernini's world-famous bronze Baldachin.
Pope John Paul II and Pope Giovanni XXIII now sainted are buried here in the Basilica, totally decorated with the magnificent mosaics works.
Beneath Saint Peter’s Basilica we will visit the Vatican Crypt where many popes have been laid to rest with historical memories.
The tour ends in Saint Peter's Square, the center of the Christianity with the famous Colonnade built in 1661 by the great Baroque master Gian Lorenzo Bernini, where you can enjoy some free time for photos.
PROGRAM - SECOND DAY
Private Driver/Air-conditioned car
TREVI FOUNTAIN - PANTHEON - NAVONA SQUARE
Starting from the most famous Trevi Fountain in the world, you will escape from the modern day traffic in Rome and your Guide will transport you back to the city's Baroque-era grandeur.
Your Private walking tour is the perfect start to the centre of Italian Political Area, Madama Palace is the Parliament, Chigi Palace is the Government of Italy in Colonna Square, so called because of the Column of Marcus Aurelius Emperor.
Along the way, you will discover many little fountains, hidden corners and piazzas of this magnificent city.
In the labyrinth of narrow streets you will suddenly arrive with your Guide in front of the breathtaking Pantheon, erected by Hadrian Emperor, it is the only completely intact pagan temple in the Eternal City.
Our walk will continue on to Navona Square built on the ruins of the ancient Domitian’s Stadium and finally, the tour will conclude with the Bernini's fabulous Four Rivers Fountain in the center of the Square.
THERE IS NO BETTER WAY TO DISCOVER ALL MONUMENTS OF ROME
The most beautiful Tour that allows you to know All Rome.
The Tour starts with your Private Driver and Air-Conditioned Car or MiniVan.
You will Reach the top of the hills of Rome where you will take pictures to the Monuments, Palaces, Fountains, Basilicas, Obelisks, and more.
We will see the following seven hills: