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Tours In Rome - Day Tours

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Brett wrote a review Mar 2019
Ladispoli, Italy2 contributions
Awesome. Mido our tour guide was great. Don’t miss this part of Colosseum . Miss the crowds. Mido was a great guide. Easy to understand and could tell he enjoyed his job. Tour of Colosseum and Forum was truly educational.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Michael R wrote a review Oct 2018
Bozeman, United States5 contributions
I signed up for a tour of Bracciano Castle via the CityWonders Tour Service. The town and medieval castle are about 45 minutes north of Rome. It truly was the most fascinating tour of my two-week visit. It was INCREDIBLE! The general tourist attractions are amazing to see (Colosseum, Vatican, Forum, Villa Borghesi, etc.), but this tour was off the tourist trail and a fantastic surprise. Our guide, Claudia, was not only knowledgable of the history, but had such a passion for the castle's past, you could almost feel it come to life in her words. The tour was followed by a homemade pasta meal at a nearby farm. This tour is incredible! Do not miss it.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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happybunny606 wrote a review Aug 2018
Stockport, United Kingdom5 contributions14 helpful votes
So, skip the line isn’t skip the queue...... The guides are extremely knowledgeable- but they get the visitors passed to them after you have bought a ticket for a particular tour. The Vatican museums, Sistine chapel etc were incredible. However we spent over an hour in the queue - then waited a further 45 mins once inside ‘skipping the line’. It’s a vast tour - superb works of art and sculptures - amazing - but it’s super busy / the head set helps to keep track of information given. We made our own way to the colesseum - picked a ‘tour’ once there - and again waited a long time to get in - but I think we were processed through security a bit faster - a very knowledgable young man took us round. A second visit will enable us to discover some of the gems we couldn’t get to see this time 👍
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Carol R wrote a review May 2018
Cambridge, Canada26 contributions4 helpful votes
We were lucky enough to meet a tour guide in an orange shirt, in the midst of soo many. He was with Fun Tours and we had David Battaglino as our guide. He was spectacular, knowledgeable, funny and interactive. He has his own guided tours, and I highly recommend him. He is afforable and his tours are not too long, as some are. He offers tours of different areas too. I am not allowed to put his info on here, but you can research before you go. Rome however was dirty and garbage ridden. The monuments are touch notch, but the rest of this amazing City, gets a fail.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Erica A wrote a review Mar 2014
Liverpool, United Kingdom51 contributions59 helpful votes
We got the 72hr hop on hop off tour it cost 35 euros each but was well worth it , there are nine stops, you get given earphones on your first trip which you keep hold of. The bus stops are all easy to find, we sat through the whole tour, two hours long so we could make mental notes of where the bus stops along the route, there was always a rep at each bus stop so if you were not sure were to stand you could spot the rep with his uniform on. Plenty of buses. There are other tours and the 110 bus seems to be more frequent but we did not have any problems with the 'blue bus' it was open top and we never had a problem getting a seat up or downstairs. There are other options on this tour bus we didn't have any problems but I think maybe we could have got it a bit cheaper we just got on the first one that came to bus stop number one at the end of the via Ludovisi the opposite end to the Vatican in front of the Eden Hotel. Most stop there.
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Date of experience: February 2014
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