To be honest we did not know what to expect. We had just arrived after an 8.5hr flight. A little jet lagged. Rome was hot. Simon met us on time and right away we new he was passionate about his city. He was patient. Took...More
Take a 1.5-hour private walking tour in central Rome that reveals the best of Italy's capital. See highlights including the Colosseum and Circo Massimo, then stop at a café in Trastevere. Along the way, your guide shares the history of the magnificent city, along with customized suggestions of great places to visit on your own.
Make your own way to the Colosseum in central Rome to meet your guide for your walking tour.
Take a route that passes the Circo Massimo, then takes in amazing views from the Orange Garden. See Santa Sabina Church, the Tempio di Ercole Vincitore, and Ponte Rotto, capping off your tour at the best café in Trastevere.
Ask your guide any questions along the way, and get insider tips to make the most of your holiday in Rome. Your guide can provide the scoop on great local restaurants, up-and-coming districts to visit, the best time to go to the Colosseum, and Rome's history, food, and culture.
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We found Matteo to be, a very informative welcoming kind local guide. He was a pleasure to talk to on all things with regards to Rome. We also just enjoyed his company which makes for a great with locals experience. We would have no hesitation...More
Our tour was on our first night in Rome. Valentina was very knowledgeable and soooo friendly. She was easy to get in touch with and was flexible with our times. She showed us so many places that, as tourists, we would never have known about....More
Valentina is an extremely kind young woman, full of knowledge about- and in love with Rome. I told her not to take me to the 10 important places of Rome but to show me some places that people of Rome appreciate and love. She did...More
Really nice guy who accommodated us running late. We were able to see some key sites and roads meaning the rest of our stay was eased. There is also an opportunity to ask questions especially on places to eat. Overall for the cost it was...More