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Quo Vadis Roma Tour

#409 of 1,613 Tours in Rome
Rome, Italy
About Quo Vadis Roma Tour
The construction of the largest amphitheater of the Roman Empire was started by Vespasian in 72 AD. This building was planned to change the relationship between power and people from then on: entertainment and distraction offered to the populace for free. It was used for gladiator fights and hunting simulations involving ferocious and exotic animals. The capacity is estimated around 70.000 people;
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Enjoy A Vatican and Sistine Chapel Small-Group Tour

Enjoy a personal and immersive way to tour the world-famous Vatican Museums when you book this small-group tour. Pick from several daily tour times, skip directly past the long lines, and explore with just a small group for company. You’ll see masterpieces by Michelangelo and Raphael, will tour the Sistine Chapel, and visit St. Peter’s Basilica. As you go, learn all about the artworks and their history from your guide.
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2 hours
from $23.22

Small-Group Private Tour to Pisa and Florence from Rome

Make the most of your time in Italy on a full-day, independent trip from Rome to Pisa and Florence with a private driver. Enjoy the flexibility to explore on your own, with tips on the best places to visit . See Pisa’s iconic leaning tower and the UNESCO-listed Piazza del Duomo, then take in views of Tuscany as you travel to Florence. Visit stunning churches, museums and elegant shopping streets, or simply walk around the historic city's cobblestone streets and alleys before meeting your driver for the return trip to Rome.
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8 hours
from $761.08

Entrance only Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel

The Vatican Museums receive an enormous number of visitors daily, which means long lines to get in. Spend more time inside the museums than waiting outside by booking skip-the-line entrance. Choose from a morning or afternoon visit, pick up your ticket, and walk past the long line and straight in.
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8 hours
from $36.66

3-Hour Roman Baroque Caput Mundi Walking Tour

See Rome’s spectacular Baroque sites on a three-hour walking tour that explores Roman squares, fountains, palaces, and churches from the 17th and 18th centuries. With an expert guide to help bring the architecture to life, you’ll see top highlights that include the Piazza del Popolo, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, and more, using a headset so you don’t miss a word as you walk. This 3-hour Roman Baroque walking tour is led by an art historian guide, and it’s limited to 15 people for a more personal experience.
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3 hours
from $41.09

Rome and Vatican Museum just in 6 hours

ONLY In a five hours you are able to visit and appreciate the most important attractions of the Vatican Museum and ancient and centre Rome.
The tour start from our office ( via Tolemaide ,24 Rome) to the Vatican Museums visiting the Sistine Chapel, as well. Continues to S.Peter square after that we take the metro to Spanish steps and while we are walking you could admire the Trevi fountain,Phanteon, Venezia Square and walking through the Romans Forum to get to the imposing Colosseum where we will finish the tour.
Durind this tour you will be accompanied throughout the Vatican Museum and Rome by an official and authorized guide.
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5 to 6 hours
from $91.95
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Helen G wrote a review Sep 2020
1 contribution
Paulo has an unbelievable amount of knowledge and was able to answer any questions. He especially took his time and care listening to our 6 year old twins and showing them what he thought they would enjoy too. The office were so friendly and there is no way we would have learnt so much in those two hours without them. Worth every penny!
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Date of experience: September 2020
DMawhinn wrote a review Apr 2020
Santa Rosa, California15 contributions6 helpful votes
This was the best tour we could do. The lines are so long and the groups are so big. We skipped all the lines including the skip the line, line. To have a small group and to have the opportunity to ask our questions and see what we wanted to see was priceless. The Vatican and Sistine Chapel can be overwhelming, but they are so beautiful. I wouldn’t miss this. We took a tour about 15 years ago and didn’t have a private tour and were crushed by the crowds. This was much better.
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Date of experience: July 2019
Dick P wrote a review Mar 2020
4 contributions
Time used to perfection. The museum and the Chapel are a must but there is much too see, a guided tour is the best choice to see most in an orderly manner. Specially if your stay in Rome is short. Everything worked all right for my wife and I
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Date of experience: February 2020
yosuapraditya9 wrote a review Jan 2020
2 contributions
We are really glad about the tour service due to the knowledge of the tour guide. Francesca is really professional when telling the story of the Vatican. I know that the service is not included with the Vatican ticket, but we are really satisfied and enjoy during the tour. Francesca is very kind to us, especially to my mother. Thus, I really recommend for those who want to have a small-group tour and bring the family.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Busy_NV_Family wrote a review Dec 2019
Doha, Qatar30 contributions8 helpful votes
We worked with Francesca for many of the things we wanted to do while in Rome. She was always smiling, always full of information, and always helpful. She gave us tips on the best way to see the Colloseum, Palantine Hill, and the Forum. She planned our trip to Pompeii and Sorrento from start to finish. She gave us tips on restaurants, a gelateria, and things to do at night. She never starred us wrong. We had an excellent experience with each thing we did!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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