Whether you are a couple, a group of friends, or a family with kids, we have the perfect tour for you! First time visitors can enjoy an overview of the city with our private guides and later enjoy a small group tour or a private visit to the Colosseum and the archaeological area of the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill. Returning visitors can instead opt for less well-known sites like the Catacombs, St Clemente’s Basilica and Villa Borghese.
Rome, the Eternal City, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. It is popular with all travelers from couples, families and groups of friends. Every year tourists visit Rome in the millions. Why? Rome has something for everybody. For lovers of ancient civilization, history, baroque culture, food, contemporary art and much much more you will be spoilt for choice when you visit this culture rich city.
Its archaeological areas and art treasures, the majestic villas and parks and the countless museums, palaces, churches and fountains make Rome a destination you must visit at least once in your life. But with so much to see and do what should you put at the top of your list?
Nearly everybody who visits Rome visits at least two major sites in the city. Visitors flock in their thousands every day to step inside the symbol of Ancient Rome, the Colosseum- once the site of gladiator battles and jaw-dropping spectacles. For the religious pilgrims and art lovers alike, the Vatican Museums, together with Michelangelo’s stunning Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica are not to be missed. Although remember that the Vatican is technically a state in its own right!
Of course the Colosseum and Vatican are very important places to visit but Rome has so much more to offer, both for a romantic escape or for a fun trip with the kids. A walking or driving tour of Rome with one of our private licensed guides, will show you the masterpieces of the Baroque period of Rome, standing side by side with the ruins of the Ancient times. Navona Square, Spanish Steps, Popolo Square Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Circus Maximus and the Roman Forum will leave you speechless… For those who have already been to Rome there are many places to see off the beaten track. Dive into Rome’s undergrounds visiting St Clemente’s Basilica and the Catacombs, relax in the gorgeous parks of Villa Borghese and take a guided tour of the Borghese Gallery (a real gem!) and take a look through the keyhole on Aventine Hill for a surprising view...
At the end of a long day, you can indulge in the rich culinary tradition of Rome. Relax in one of its many traditional restaurants and “pizzeria” and taste a gelato (italian icecream) choosing from an infinite series of flavours and toppings. If you want we can also offer cooking classes and pizza makings, to become a real Italian chef! Whatever type of tourist you are RPG has plenty to offer you in Rome.