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Check out the Colosseum’s underground chambers and gladiator passageways on a tour of the sites that are normally off-limits to the general public. With a guide, you also visit the arena floor to see where the gladiatorial action took place. The experience ends with a tour of the Roman Forum, viewing temples and arches as you follow the footsteps of ancient senators and emperors. Upgrade to a VIP tour to include access to the third tier.
Sample the unique flavors of the Eternal City during this private food tour of Rome. Traverse the Campo de' Fiori area and old Jewish Quarter with a local guide in search of local treats like pizza, coffee, a ricotta pie, and gelato. Learn about the history behind each dish as you make your way between a plethora of locales.
See the best of Vatican City on this small-group tour of the Vatican Museums and St. Peter’s Basilica. Skip the long lines at the Vatican and go straight to the remarkable art and architecture, including galleries, the Julius II apartments, the Raphael Rooms, and Sistine Chapel. This intimate Vatican tour is limited to six people for a personal experience and individual service from the guide, and includes all entrance fees.
Trade the crowds of the Eternal City for the countryside of Umbria on this day trip from Rome to Assisi and Orvieto. With a guide, you travel by coach first to Orvieto, a hilltop town known for its Gothic masterpiece, Orvieto Cathedral. Have lunch near Lake Trasimeno, and then visit the town of Assisi, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the home of St Francis of Assisi. Finish with a stop in Santa Maria degli Angeli, where you see the 9th-century basilica where St Francis once worshipped.
See the Sistine Chapel without the crowds on this small-group tour of the Vatican Museum’s highlights and St. Peter’s Basilica (except Wednesdays, when the Basilica is closed due to papal audiences.) Tour the Sistine Chapel, get skip-the-line access to St. Peter’s Basilica, and learn about the Vatican’s fascinating art, history, and architecture, with a personal headset so you can hear every word of the guide's stories.
Eat and sightsee your way around Rome’s historical Trevi neighborhood on this half-day food and landmarks tour. Visit the Trevi Fountain and 2nd-century Pantheon, and see the Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, and more. While strolling, make several food stops to sample specialities like cheeses, wines, prosciutto, pizza, and 'gelato' (ice cream), and explore Campo de' Fiori’s farmers' market. Food and wine tastings amount to a large lunch, and are all included.
Discover the renowned art and architecture of the Vatican on this skip-the-line private tour of the Vatican Museums. As you explore rooms like the Gallery of Maps and the Sistine Chapel, learn about the Renaissance artwork of masters like Michelangelo with in-depth commentary from a knowledgeable private guide. You’ll also visit St Peter’s Basilica and hear insider details about the Vatican, plus skip past all the entrance lines, even the priority ones.
Discover the secrets of authentic Italian cuisine on this 4-hour family-friendly cooking class and learn to make some of Italy’s most famous dishes from an expert chef. Get hands-on making fresh pasta, pizza, and delicious sauces from scratch; sample Italian specialties such as bruschetta, Tiramisù; and tuck into your homemade creations, accompanied by a red wine tasting.
Learn to make fresh pasta and tiramisu, then dine on the rooftop of a private house near Vatican City and watch the sun go down. The relaxed Rome cooking experience includes a glass of prosecco, which you’ll sip as you learn to make classic pasta such as fettuccine and ravioli from scratch. The class is suitable for all ages, and can accommodate vegetarian requests.
Learn to make classic Italian dishes—pasta and tiramisu—during this workshop in Rome. With a small group, enjoy a hands-on workshop and have plenty of time to ask questions. Then, sit down with your fellow classmates and enjoy the meal with a glass of wine. You have plenty of time to ask questions about Italian cuisine to your host.
Learn the secrets of authentic Italian cuisine from a professional chef during this cooking class in Rome. Experience the buzzing atmosphere of the Campo de' Fiori market as you shop for ingredients, then get hands-on as you whip up fresh homemade pasta, side dishes, and dessert. Finish by tucking into a delicious 6-course lunch, accompanied by fine Italian wines.
Give the tour bus a miss, and see Rome’s nighttime sights by Segway. On a fun 3.5-hour tour, you’ll discover the city’s illuminated treasures from the Colosseum and ruins of Ancient Rome to the vibrant ‘centro storico,’ home to the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, and Campo de’ Fiori. Explore the cobbled lanes of Trastevere, and enjoy stops whenever you want for gelato, pizza, and drinks at your own expense. Riders must be over the age of 16.
With a local Italian chef as your guide, learn how to make a classic pizza during this short workshop. After the learning and the baking, with all ingredients and equipment provided, comes the pizza-eating and the drinking.
Savor the authentic taste of two Italian homestyle favorites during this cooking class and meal led by a professional chef. Tie on an apron, sip a glass of wine, and learn to make stuffed ravioli and Nonna’s meatballs from scratch. Sit down with new friends to enjoy the homemade lunch or dinner, paired with red or white wine.
Set out to visit some of the most dramatic spots in ancient Roman history. Start with the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, Rome's centermost hill and one of its most ancient parts. Then, go beneath Rome's Colosseum on this underground tour of the largest amphitheater ever built. Step into the darkened chambers where gladiators prepared to meet their match in the arena, and see a recreated timber elevator that shows how animals were lifted up toward the spotlight.
Your wallet thanks you for booking a free walking tour of three historic neighborhoods in the heart of Rome, Italy. As you stroll through the Jewish Ghetto, Tiber Island, and Trastevere, your guide points out landmarks that visitors often miss if exploring on their own. A short duration and scenic stops along the way make this free tour a popular choice for families.
Get out of Rome and head to hilltop Tivoli on this fun half-day guided trip. Explore the historic town and visit Hadrian's Villa and the Villa d'Este, two UNESCO World Heritage-listed spots. With an expert guide, tour the town and its historic villas, learning about the history of the area and seeing an exciting swath of the Roman countryside.
Experience the highlights of the Amalfi Coast on a full-day tour from Rome that offers a curated taste of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This full-day Amalfi Coast excursion features a guided tour of Positano, free time to explore Positano and Amalfi, a limoncello tasting at a cliff-top lemon orchard, and scenic boat cruises. Transport by train, bus, and boat is included in this tour.
See some of the most beautiful architecture, fountains and squares in Rome on this walking tour of the city’s historical center. Stroll along cobbled laneways, stopping to visit famous attractions like the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, the Spanish Steps and the Pantheon. A break for gelato or coffee is included. When booking, you have the option to upgrade to include a tour of the Colosseum and other Ancient Rome sites beforehand.
Eat and drink your way through Rome's Trastevere neighborhood on a half-day gastronomic tour within Italy's iconic capital. Visit some of the neighborhood's most locally beloved establishments and sample nearly a dozen different food and wine offerings. Learn about Rome's rich culinary history, and meet the families and purveyors who are working to preserve it for future generations as you go. Along the way you'll discover important cultural sites unbeknownst to most visitors.
Delve deep into ancient Roman history during this small-group tour. Climb to the top of Palatine Hill to wander through some of Rome’s oldest ruins. Stroll through the Roman Forum, stopping at famous sights like the final resting place of Julius Caesar, the monolithic Arch of Constantine, and the Temple of the Vestal Virgins. Skip the long entry line, then explore the first and second tiers at the Colosseum, learning about Roman history through your guide's comprehensive commentary.
Experience Rome to the fullest by including an Italian cooking class into your sightseeing itinerary. In a private kitchen in central Rome, you'll learn how to make a 4-course meal under the watchful eye of an instructor. Plus, visit Rome’s Central Market to shop for ingredients and chat with local farmers and other vendors. You'll receive personalized attention while you cook in a group limited to eight people. Then sit down to enjoy your meal with wine.
Rome’s Colosseum is one of the most famous Roman monuments in the world, but with four million annual visitors, lines can be long in peak season. This tour ensures a hassle-free visit with skip-the-line entrance; access to the Arena and the gladiator stage; plus a walking tour of Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum.
Leave the crowds behind in the Roman Forum and explore Caesar’s Palace on this VIP tour. Tour the inside of the intimate living quarters of this father of the Roman empire to view beautiful frescoes miraculously preserved for nearly 2,000 years. With a full Colosseum, Forum, and Palatine Hill tour included, this experience is the most thrilling and unique way to see one of the world’s greatest historical sights.