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Rome: Bar Crawl with Local Guide & Drinks

1. Rome: Bar Crawl with Local Guide & Drinks

Have a different experience of Rome on a bar crawl tour that combines sightseeing and signature drinks. Enjoy a social outing in a relaxed atmosphere with fun local hosts. Receive a warm welcome and have a beer or wine as you go over the plan of action and some history. Head-on towards a viewpoint of the Colosseum to delve into its darker history. Hear about the mystery and taboo surrounding the fearsome sport of gladiatorial combat. From there, proceed to a local Italian bar and drink a Cafe Corretto which is a mix of Baileys and Italian coffee. As darkness falls make your way into Monti, once the red light district of the ancient city. Discover its secrets at an exclusive bar while drinking a delicious Italian cocktail. Venture onward through the winding cobblestoned streets and head to Rome’s most iconic road built by Mussolini, Via Fori Imperiali. Take in views of the ancient city while sipping an ice-cold limoncello. Listen to stories about then power-hungry Roman Emperors who once ruled the known world. Your tour may end, but the night will just begin. Have the option to continue drinking with your new friends in Rome's most popular bars.

Rome: Drunken History Walking Tour with Included Drinks

2. Rome: Drunken History Walking Tour with Included Drinks

If you're on holiday in Rome and are looking to make friends over a couple of drinks, the tipsy tour is perfect for you. On this tour, you get to become familiar with Rome’s sights as well as its signature drinks in a relaxed atmosphere, along with a fun local guide. Once you meet your guide, you will be briefed on a plan of action, sip on some beer/wine, and pick up some history about the area that you head on towards. Enjoy the view of the Colosseum and get a sense of some of its darker history. Learn about the mystery and taboo surrounding the fearsome sport of gladiatorial combat. Then, head over to a local Italian bar to drink a “Caffè corretto” – a combination of Baileys and Italian coffee. Stroll through the winding cobblestoned streets and make your way to Rome’s most iconic road, which was built by Mussolini: Via Fori Imperiali. Rome's best views are best enjoyed on a marble bench by a statue of Julius Caesar with a cold drink, accompanied by some of the craziest stories of the power-hungry Roman emperors who once ruled the known world. The last area to explore on your tour is Rome’s most popular neighborhood, Monti. Fall in love with the postcard-perfect alleys shrouded with wines and Italians who are just beginning their night.

Rome: City Highlights Evening Ebike Tour with Food and Wine

3. Rome: City Highlights Evening Ebike Tour with Food and Wine

Explore the sights of Rome's city center on a guided electric bike tour. Enjoy cycling on an easy-to-use e-bike, complete with an integrated light system to illuminate the monuments and light the way. Ride to the top of the Aventine Hill to watch the sunset. From the Circus Maximus, get set up with a new e-bike, helmet, and other gear. After an explanation of how to use the bike, reach the first stop: the Belvedere of Romulo and Remo. This viewpoint overlooks the ancient Roman race track Circus Maximus and the Palatine Hill. Continue to the top of the Aventine Hill, reaching the Garden of the Oranges. Arrive just in time for a quick look over downtown Rome as the sun sets before continuing on to the next stop: the Basilica of Santa Sabina. This church is the oldest standing church in Rome with an extraordinary history. It was originally an imperial-era villa belonging to lady Sabina. Her home would become used as an informal meeting place for Christians, traces of which can still be seen embedded in the walls of the church. After a quick look inside, cycle along the riverside through Trastevere and over onto the other side of the Tiber River, passing by the square of Campo di Fiori, once a site of executions. In the middle of the square sits the statue of Giorando Bruno, burnt on the stake by the church for heresy. Head through the historic center of Rome and see the Fountain of the Four Rivers in Piazza Navona. Then, stop in front of the Pantheon for an authentic food and drink tasting session before a visit to the Trevi Fountain. Having had a great opportunity to meet other participants and taste Italian hams, cheeses, olives, bread, and wine, start the journey back through the city, passing over the Capitoline Hill with a view of the Roman Forum. Seeing where Julius Caesar and the senate would have argued illuminated at night from above is a feeling to remember. Make a final stop at the Colosseum, then get tips and recommendations on where to go and what to do for the rest of your night out.

Rome: Go City Explorer Pass - Choose 2 to 7 Attractions

4. Rome: Go City Explorer Pass - Choose 2 to 7 Attractions

Explore Rome at your own pace with the Go City Rome Explorer Pass. Choose from 2 to 7 attractions and tours from a list of over 35 popular activities. With a full 60 days to use your pass (which starts with your first attraction visit or tour) enjoy plenty of time to experience Rome. Visit the Colosseum and the Vatican Museums, enjoy a pizza dinner in the Prati District, go to a classical music concert, bike ride among ancient Roman ruins, and experience much more. Avoid the hassle of buying individual attraction tickets. With your pass, everything is right on your phone. Get a digital guide packed with attraction information and instructions on booking your visits. Choose any 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 Rome and Vatican attractions or activities from the following: Cultural and Historical Sights • Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill with audio tour, hosted entry, and multimedia video (R) • Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel - reserved entrance (R) • Borghese Gallery and City Guide app (R) • Castel Sant' Angelo with audio guide (R) • Capitolini Museum with hosted entry (R) • Altar of the Fatherland Panoramic View (R) • Pantheon Guided Tour (R) Other Tours and Experiences • Big Bus Rome Hop-on Hop-off 1-Day Classic Tour • Rome Catacombs Tour including transfer (R) • Piazza Navona Underground • Best of Rome at Twilight (R) • Papal Audience (R) • Rome Ghost and Mystery Tour (R) • Bike rental with Caracalla Baths (R) • Ancient Via Appia Antica by Bike • The Three Tenors in Concert with Ballet - St. Paul's Church • Museo delle Cere (Wax Museum) • Welcome to Rome Show • Leonardo Da Vinci Experience • Vivaldi's Four Seasons Meets Bach's Masterpieces • Trevi District Underground: Small Aqueduct Domus (R) • Vigamus - Video Game Museum • Empresses, Emperors and Courtesans Tour (R) Food and Drink • Wine tasting with a certified sommelier near the Colosseum • Hard Rock Cafe Rome - Skip the Line • Pizza terrace dinner in the Prati District (R) • Healthy and fresh food break in the city center • Spritz and salad menu near the Vatican • Italian breakfast at Vero Food (city center or Prati District) (R) Reservations required. Follow the instructions on the digital guide for each attraction or tour.

Rome: Colosseum, Forums & Highlights

5. Rome: Colosseum, Forums & Highlights

Enjoy a private tour with an expert licensed guide that will lead the way to the most incredible sights of Rome. Travel back in time, and learn all about the Colosseum and the imposing Roman Forum. Enter the Colosseum with the guide, an expert in the history of the monument and all the history of Rome, and enjoy immediate entrance with the purchase of the tour. Be amazed by the ancient theater where gladiators and wild beasts fought for their lives, watched by important emperors. Ask questions about this structure that has survived in the heart of the eternal city for almost 2000 years while exploring with the guide. Learn if all the legends about the Colosseum are true, or if Hollywood exaggerated its representations. Move on to the ancient center of the city, the Roman Forum, and get to know this area that used to bustle with life during the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire. Walk through the place where public readings were organized, where people went to listen to speakers, where people attended trials or traded. Understand why this sector was enlarged in Imperial times with other 'squares', which became the Imperial Forums. Leave the forum and walk through the streets of a city that looks like an open-air museum, and reach the important Trajan's Column, and learn all about its history. Admire the beautiful Piazza Venezia, located at the crossroads of five of Rome's most important avenues. Enter the Pantheon and feel the energy of the gods of Roman mythology, to whom the emperors dedicated this masterpiece of architecture and engineering of the time. See the largest dome in the world, almost two thousand years after its construction. Enjoy the magical ritual of tossing a coin in the Trevi Fountain while making a wish, in one of the most romantic places in Rome. Finally, prepare the senses for the last stop, where a slice of the best pizza in town awaits.

From Rome: Via Sacra Romana and Lakes Hiking Tour with Pasta

6. From Rome: Via Sacra Romana and Lakes Hiking Tour with Pasta

We use our minivan to pick you up at the Anagnina underground station in Rome, we do it so that the journey itself to the Castelli Romani can unite us and let us enter a unique atmosphere, of preparation for something special. We will arrive after about twenty-five minutes in the town of Hannibal's fields so called because it was here that the famous Carthaginian general decided to establish his camp in order to admire the city of Rome from above. After about one hundred meters from the beginning of the route, the paved road will give way to a Roman paving dating back to the seventh century BC, the route known as via sacra has been one of the main communication routes of the place for centuries and owes its name due to the fact that it must have been used to reach the temple dedicated to the deity of Jupiter from Lazio, considered the most important place of worship in the pre-Roman era. After about an hour of walking immersed in the history and nature of the Castelli Romani park, a panorama opens up before our eyes that will leave you breathless, from this wonderful view you can embrace the entire naturalistic area of the Castelli Romani including the two enchanting lakes where we guides grew up practicing the sport of kayaking. After having taken the right time to let ourselves be lulled by this enchanting panorama, we will begin the descent that will take us back to the starting point, from which with a short journey of a few minutes we will reach a cute restaurant on the shores of Lake Albano, where we will eat a typical Roman pasta dish of your choice With full bellies and a smile we will take you back to Rome to the Anagnina station. During the summer, due to the excessive heat we will do this night tour in the moonlight with headlights, and we will stop to eat a typical Roman aperitif instead of pasta.

Rome: Guided Day Tour with Mamma Allegra's Home Lunch

7. Rome: Guided Day Tour with Mamma Allegra's Home Lunch

In just one day, you will discover the amazing beauties of the Eternal City. From the Imperial Rome of Julius Caesar, to the City of Popes. You will travel back to the past, admiring the most important ages of Roman history in the company of a native Roman guide. Your tour starts from your hotel, which will be your meeting point. After a typical espresso coffee together, your experience begins. The classic itinerary of this full-day tour in Rome will show you many historic attractions such as the Roman Forum, the Forum of Trajan and Augustus, Capitol Square and its splendid views of the Imperial City, the Colosseum (with no lines), Circus Maximus, Appian Way, the Ancient Walls, the Pantheon, the Spanish Steps, Navona Square, and Trevi Fountain. Following that you will have the opportunity to enjoy lunch at home, like the Romans do. Allow yourself to take part in a typical Roman lunch in the Jewish Ghetto, enjoying a unique dining experience designed just for you. At the end of the day, your guide will accompany you back to your hotel after an unforgettable journey among the history, secrets, and culture of ancient Rome.

Rome: City Highlights Tour in an E-Golf Cart with Prosecco

8. Rome: City Highlights Tour in an E-Golf Cart with Prosecco

See More in less Time and Experience the Magic of Rome at Night – 3 Hour Golf Cart Tour with A glass of Prosecco Relax, rest your feet and be enthralled by the beauty of the eternal city at night. Ride around the lit-up monuments and alleys in one of our comfortable golf carts. Explore the historical city center of the Eternal City, and even the hidden gems, cobblestone alleys and other parts accessible only to pedestrians as you rest your feet and soak in the beauty of the city along with some chilled bubbly prosecco. Make the most out of your time in the Eternal City with an experienced tour guide, who will show you historical sites such as the Colosseum (from the outside), the Roman Forum, the Pantheon, the Spanish Steps, Piazza del Popolo, the Borghese Gardens and the Angel Castle. He will also highlight the beauty of the Baroque era through Bernini's fountains and sculptures as you drive by the Trevi Fountain and the Navona Square. Later during your tour, you will also get a chance to drive through the very picturesque Jewish Ghetto and visit some of the off the beaten path sites like the Aventine Hill and its famous keyhole, while learning about the history and discovering the best restaurants and bars the Eternal City has to offer. Throughout the evening, you will also get some great photo opportunities of attractions like the Trevi Fountain or the Spanish Steps as your electrical vehicle will take you just a few steps away from them. The evening will end with a magical panoramic view of the city from the terrace on top of Gianicolo Hill. Here you will get the chance to see the beautiful St. Peter's Basilica all lit up against the unmatched backdrop of the Eternal City.

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What people are saying about Roman Forum

Amazing evening!! We enjoyed every moment of the tour and met super nice people. Jennifer and Csenge walked us through a tipsy fun night with amazing views and local hidden jewels. Also they make sure of generating a group feeling so you can get no know each other. 100% recommended.

Our Tour guide Anastasia was very welcoming and good fun. She had a great knowledge of Rome's history and was very engaging. The group were lovely people and it was a fun meet up. Highly recommended.

Super fun! Jen and Drash were amazing. They made the tour vert entertaining. And what a better way to learn fun facts about Rome than getting tipsy while you do It?

Anastasia was an amazing tour guide / drinking buddy. She was a lot of fun and very knowledgeable. I would recommend a tour that she leads to anyone

Anastasia was amazing!!! We had a small group and wine was waiting for us already, we chatted about history, life and jokes!