ROME DAY-BY-DAY

ROME DAY-BY-DAY

1 day in Rome

If you have only 1 day in Rome and want to see as much as possible, we suggest you a “Customized Rome in A Day Tour” that will cover all the highlights of the city.

 

DAY 1

8.30-10.30 AM: do the Colosseum Tour in the morning (when the sun shines) starting as early as possible (the monument opens at 8.30 AM). We suggest you not to include the Roman Forum due to the shortage of time.

11.00-13.00: from the Colosseum, take a taxi and in 10 minutes reach Trevi Fountain for a 2 hours Best of Rome Tour that will include Trevi, Pantheon and Piazza Navona. Have a quick lunch with a sandwich or a slice of pizza.

13.30-16.30: from Navona take another taxi and in 10 minutes reach the entrance of the Vatican Museum. Do a 3 hours Vatican Tour including the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, St.Peter’s Basilica and St’Peter’s Square (during the afternoon the Vatican is less crowded than the morning)

 

2 days in Rome

If you have 2 days in Rome and want to see as much as possible, we suggest you to plan one-and-a-half days of tours, keeping half-a-day free for shopping and relax.

 

DAY 1

8.30-11.30 AM: do the Colosseum & Roman Forum Tour in the morning (when the sun shines) starting as early as possible (the monument opens at 8.30 AM).
If you are particularly passioned about Ancient Roman history, you can choose the Extended Version of the Ancient tour (4 hours; 8.30 – 12.30) that includes also the Palatine Hill.
If you are travelling with your kids, you can try our Colosseum for Kids tour

Lunch time: have some quick food in the area surrounding the Colosseum or go to Piazza Navona/Pantheon area to eat Italian food in a typical Roman “Trattoria”

Aftenoon: take it free for shopping and a relaxing walk.

 

DAY 2

9.30-12.30: do the Best of Rome walking tour in the morning to enjoy the city center with a bright light and Roman people living their lives in the streets.

12.30-13.30: have lunch around the Spanish Steps area

14.00-17.00: do a 3 hours Vatican Tour including the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, St.Peter’s Basilica and St’Peter’s Square (during the afternoon the Vatican is less crowded than the morning).
If you are travelling with your kids, you can try our Vatican for Kids tour

 

3 days in Rome

DAY 1-2

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DAY 3

9.30-12.30: you can think of keeping this morning free to walk around the city center and do some shopping or have some coffe. Or you can use this time for an underground walk, doing our Underground Rome Tour, something a little off the beaten tracks but very easy to reach.

Lunch time: eat some good food around the Circus Maximus and have a walk through the ancient stadium after lunch.

16.30-19.00: do a Borghese Gallery Tour, for a travel thourgh the Renaissance and Baroque Art that you will never forget.

 

4 days in Rome

DAY 1-3

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DAY 4

10.00-13.00: take the metro and the train to Ostia to do an Ostia Antica Tour, for an archeological walk in the countryside with the breeze of the sea.

Lunch time: you can take the train and quickly get out in the new Ostia district, where you can walk along the sea-shore and eat in one of the great fish-restaurants of the area.

Afternoon: go back to Rome and relax.

 

5 days in Rome

DAY 1-4

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DAY 5

8.30-14.30: rent a “car with driver” and go to Tivoli for an amazing day outside the city. Visit the most splendid Ancient Roman villa of Italy: Hadrian’s Villa. And then enjoy the water-games of one of the most famous Renaissance villas of Europe: Villa d’Este.

Lunch: you can stop in Tivoli to eat great countryside food before going back to Rome.

Afternoon: go back to Rome and relax.