Rome in Tours

At the heart of Rome in Tours is engaging storytelling that’s capable of stimulating curiosity and creating that essential connection and guiding thread between the monument and the visitor.Wednesday, 9 May 2018

By National Geographic Traveller The Collection

At the heart of Rome in Tours is engaging storytelling that’s capable of stimulating curiosity and creating that essential connection and guiding thread between the monument and the visitor.

In a city such as Rome — a UNESCO World Heritage Site with one of the highest concentrations of monuments per square foot in the world — the overwhelming feeling is of being immersed in history, an awe-inspiring 2,770-plus years of it.

Rome in Tours’ aim is to give meaning to this historical melting pot, trying to put every tile of the city’s mosaic into a defined place, and letting each monument ‘speak’ for itself, interacting with visitors, from the curious sightseer to the history buff.

Apart from must-see attractions such as the Vatican City with its museums and Colosseum tours, each attraction has a wide range of possible itineraries.

According to how in-depth travellers want the experience to be, Rome in Tours provides a lot of off-the-beaten-path excursions, designed for those who want to scratch beneath the surface and pay tribute to the open-air museum that is Rome.

The richness of the city’s history and heritage allows for a number of itineraries that may be unfamiliar to many visitors. These include underground Rome, the Appian Way, a visit to Trastevere and the Jewish Ghetto, and the “off-the-beaten-path” tour itself.

Being the cradle of Christianity, it’s possible to follow the footsteps of the early Christians by exploring their early burial sites, the Catacombs, or visiting Rome’s four major Basilicas.

Rome in Tours offers a variety of combinations to give visitors a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and all itineraries can be customised to create a truly bespoke time in the Eternal City.

Some of the most popular tours available include an early-morning trip to the Sistine Chapel, and another that takes in the Colosseum at sunset, as well as Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum.

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