To explore Rome is to venture forth into one of the world’s greatest treasures, a living museum thousands of years in the making. Rome wasn’t built in a day and it can’t be seen in a few days. It is a once-in-a-lifetime experience so take advantage of our English-speaking guides who will show you the hidden gems at the city’s most in-demand attractions.
With our guides, skip the long lines to explore the Colosseum and imagine being one of the 50,000 spectators cheering fierce gladiators or watching mock naval battles on the flooded floor. Take a short walk to Palatine Hill, where the myth says Remus and Romulus, the founder of Rome, were discovered in the care of a she-wolf. While there, explore the Flavian Palace, home to a Roman emperor beginning in 92 A.D. Across town, walk humbly through the Sistine Chapel, where new popes are chosen. Gaze at Michelangelo’s masterpieces, the frescoes on the chapel’s ceiling portraying scenes from Genesis then listen to the story of how he toiled for six years painting The Last Judgment, depicting the second coming of Jesus Christ.
Make every minute in Rome count. Trust our experienced guides. They will ensure you take home eternal memories of the Eternal City.
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