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Rome: St. Peter's Basilica Guided Tour

1. Rome: St. Peter's Basilica Guided Tour

Explore St. Peter's Basilica, one of Rome's most famed and magnificent sites. Known as the Queen of all the Basilicas, this Renaissance-style church and its dome dominate the skyline of Rome. Discover why the American philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson described it as "an ornament of the earth...the sublime of the beautiful". Marvel at the interior, lavishly decorated with marble, reliefs, architectural sculpture, and gilding. At the heart of the basilica, beneath the high altar, discover the Chapel of the Confession, named after the confession of faith by St. Peter. Marvel at the curving marble staircases that lead to this underground chapel. After the tour, you can use the online Rome City Guide, a self-guided audio tour with stories from local experts, which is included in the experience. Learn about the city's points of interest, hidden gems, public transport, Wi-Fi access points, and best photo stops.

Rome: Sunset Evening E-Bike Tour

2. Rome: Sunset Evening E-Bike Tour

Assail Rome's hills to some great viewpoints with an electric bicycle and get to see more of the city in less time. Enjoy cycling around the sites (and secrets!) of Rome at a time when the crowds and heat of the day are less. Admire the city from viewpoints overlooking Romes rooftops as the sunset. These areas have been overlooked by other tourist trails, but this tour avoids the main roads and obvious ways to get between the sites, to take alternative routes that bring you into contact with the real city. Admire the city from viewpoints overlooking Rome's rooftops as the sun sets. Experience the parts of Rome that are in between the main sites, getting a glimpse of everyday life in Rome. Winding your way through the back streets and maze of little cobbled alleys will take you away from the crowds and busy areas and deep into the city. This tour will help you shape a totally new perspective on Rome. Your guide will help you to see the city of Rome in a different way. The tour will start from the Colosseum as you cycle past the Aventine Hill, Circus Maximus, Capitoline Hill, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Piazza del Popolo, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Campo d'Fiori, Jewish Ghetto, Tiber Island, Trastevere, and Piazza Venezia. Some of the tour will be spent on the roads, however most of the time you will be away from the crowds. For the duration of the tour, you will move steadily in a group with no one getting left behind. There are a fleet of electric bikes that make cruising over the hills and through the streets as easy and quick as possible.

Rome: Off-the-Beaten-Track Private Walking Tour

3. Rome: Off-the-Beaten-Track Private Walking Tour

Go off the beaten track and avoid the crowds on this private guided walking tour of Rome. Bring the saying “When in Rome, do as the Romans do” to life as you uncover city secrets and find on-trend bars. Meet your guide at the Ponte Sant’ Angelo at a time suited to you. Then, escape the usual tourist traps by keeping away from the crowds outside the Colosseum or Pantheon and strolling to hidden squares and local boutiques instead. As your stroll down picturesque streets you will barely notice that Rome is one of the most visited cities in Europe. Wander down quiet alleys in some of the oldest districts to find groovy bars and restaurants and a more authentic local culture. The tour can be tailored to your own pace and interests, but the suggested itinerary will take you to a cozy street full of small boutiques and on to a hidden library with a stunning garden. Local breweries will also be on the itinerary. Then, walk along streets full of local bars, and enter a beer café and brewery. Stroll across the Ponte Sisto to sit down in a square in the Trastevere and enjoy a gelato. Return to the city center via the Isola TIberina.

Rome: Ostiense Street Art Walking Tour

4. Rome: Ostiense Street Art Walking Tour

Stroll through the streets of the Ostiense district with your guide and admire amazing works of contemporary art. Hear anecdotes and secrets about a series of striking murals created by urban artists during the last decade. Identify all the famous celebrities in alphabetical order on the Wall of Fame by JB Rock. See cherished cartoon characters on the walls of the headquarters of the Cartoon Network, created to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its foundation. Discover murals that reflect current social and political issues worldwide.

Rome: Temples, Squares & Markets Guided Walking Tour

5. Rome: Temples, Squares & Markets Guided Walking Tour

Explore some must-see places as well as the secret side of Rome with a local guide. Immerse in the history and culture of the city as you visit the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, the Jewish Ghetto, Campo de' Fiori, and more. Enjoy a tasting of traditional Roman street food. Start your walking tour at the Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Admire its frescoed ceiling and enjoy its baroque atmosphere. Stroll over to the Pantheon. Learn about the obelisks in Rome, some of which are thousands of years old and were brought from Egypt. Get a view of the beautiful square of Piazza Navona. Learn about the “talking statues”, a phenomenon that is quite unique to the city. Walk by ancient temples. See the Mouth of Truth, a spot forever immortalized by Audrey Hepburn in the film Roman Holidays. Find out why Rome is often compared with a lasagna. Explore Campo de Fiori Square and its local Food Market to sample some of its delicacies. Get your taste buds ready to try local street food, which the Romans call Supplì. Hear as your guide sheds light on authentic Italian food products. Take a stroll in the surrounding alleys and get to know the peculiar street names all over the area. Walk by some fascinating archaeological ruins and learn about the place where the Ides of March meant a terrible fate for Julius Caesar. Explore the unique Jewish Ghetto, a secret neighborhood that seems to have frozen in time, and has retained its authenticity. See the “fake Colosseum”, a lovely ancient ruin that resembles the Colosseum. Travel back in time for a view of the Circus Maximus and the Palatine Hill, the place that the rulers of the most powerful Empire once used to call home. Get to see the remains of the Imperial Palace. Cross the bridge and admire Tiber Island. Before saying goodbye to your local host, get recommendations for the most authentic places to eat, shop, and anything else you need to know to make the most of your trip to Rome.

Rome: Squares and Fountains Guided Walking Tour

6. Rome: Squares and Fountains Guided Walking Tour

Discover the best of Rome on a walking tour with a guide who specializes in art, history, and archaeology. Admire the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Santa Maria Della Pace, Castel Sant'Angelo, and more. Head into the heart of Rome's historical city center with a stop near the Trevi Fountain, whose legends and myths will be covered by your guide. Then, continue to the Pantheon. Built as a temple to all the gods of Olympus, the dome of the Pantheon has been the world's largest since ancient times. Next up is Piazza Navona, the square that has been used throughout history for theatrical events and festivals and is home to sculptural and architectural masterpieces such as Bernini's Four River Fountain and Borromini's church Santa Agnese in Agone. Continue your walk by visiting a hidden district in Rome. Discover a part of the city full of historical memories like the Ponte district and Santa Maria Della Pace church. Along the way, enjoy an external visit to Castel Sant'Angelo, one of the most ancient buildings in Rome. End the tour with the magical atmosphere of the bridge of the angels in front of the castle, right next to the hop-on-hop-off bus stop.

Rome: Ostiense Street Art Walking Tour

7. Rome: Ostiense Street Art Walking Tour

Thanks to the synergy between local galleries and dynamic artists such as Herbert Baglione, Sten and Lex, Momo and many others, Romans can now add a new wave of contemporary art to all its archaeological and historical treasures. Your tour will start just in front of the unique example of Egyptian art in Rome (where you will perhaps find out it is not as Egyptian as it looks). You will then walk outside the massive city walls to reach Ostiense. Rome has always been an open-air museum and art gallery. Having obviously always been famous for its history and architecture, Rome as up until now never had much of a reputation for modern street art. On this tour you can let your passionate and knowledgeable guides lead you through the streets, pointing out to you various works of art and showing you who, today, is making this city artistically great again.

Rome: La Dolce Vita Private Walking Tour

8. Rome: La Dolce Vita Private Walking Tour

Discover Rome with a local guide. Start from Piazza Venezia, the geographical heart of the city, and admire Palazzo Venezia in full Renaissance style. Get impressive views of the famous Victor Emmanuel II National Monument. Then reach the Trevi Fountain and make a wish by throwing a coin. Walk along Via Condotti and contemplate Piazza di Spagna, with its amazing stairway. Then take Via del Corso, and pass by Piazza del Popolo and Piazza Colonna. Continue towards the Pantheon. Admire its majestic dome and the burial place of the exceptional Raphael. Finally, discover the Baroque Piazza Navona and Bernini’s Four Rivers Fountain. Enjoy its artists, cafes, and unique atmosphere.

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Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 21 reviews

Take into consideration the queue to go through the police checks to enter the building. It took about 20-30mins just for that and we missed the slot that I had booked. GetYourGuide wasn’t prompt in replying and recommending a solution to the missed slot. I called up the local vendor and was able to get the answer that we can easily go for the next available slot. Seems like it is common for people to underestimate the queue time just to get in.

Daniele was an excellent host. I got an extensive tour with a congenial and knowledgeable guide. He confirmed our tour the day before and showed up on time. He put a lot of thought into the routes we took fir the greatest visual impact, and planned the route so that the tour would end up as close to my hotel as possible. He had a lot of recommendations for other things to do in Rome, and in Italy. Highly recommend Daniele as a tour guide.

Manuela has been an amazing guide, friendly, competent, and extremely nice with us all (also very patient to accommodate our requests, including pictures in several spots). We have enjoyed the whole tour very much and we highly recommend it!!!

The tour was great, but we didn't make it in time because we needed 1 hour for the security check. However, that is nowhere. And it wasn't Skip the line either!!!

This was the highlight of our trip. It was brilliant.