Rome – top new tours in Rome

Have you done the usual Rome 101 tours? here are two amazing unique tours offered by our excellent knowledgeable guides  – available only september1 – October 30. so book now don’t be disappointed. #rome, #rometours, #vaticantours, #vatican, #uniquerome, #breakfastatvatican, #necropolis, #necropolisrome, #vaticangardens,

A Day in the Vatican – 5 hours
Even though we have always offered our clients the chance to enjoy a breakfast inside the Vatican Museum before opening hours; starting from September 1 to October 31 we can offer a special Early Vatican tour. Starting with Breakfast at the Vatican, which will include a tram ride through the Vatican Gardens. This 5-hour tour will start bright and early with a 7:15 AM entry to the Museum.

  • 7:00 AM meeting
  • 7:15 AM entry to the Vatican to have breakfast (American Buffet Style)
  • 8:15 AM Tram ride through the Vatican Gardens
  • 9:00 AM Commence Vatican Tour
    • Raphael’s Rooms
    • The Tapestries Gallery
    • The Gallery of maps
    • Belvedere Courtyard with Apollo Belvedere & Laocoön & His Sons
    • Sistine Chapel
    • Basilica of St. Peters

This is a unique tour that is not experienced by everybody contact us at

Death and Life in the Vatican

We are now able to offer a new after-hours tour with a Private viewing of Necropolis of Via Triumphalis and Pinacoteca Gallery or the Carriage Pavilion. 

  • 4:30 PM Clients will enter Vatican City State (Not Museum)
    • Clients will require to bring passports
  • Clients will be able to see Vatican Gardens while walking to the entrance of Necropolis of Via Triumphalis
  • Exit from the Necropolis via the Gardens to Pinacoteca Gallery inside the Vatican Museums
    • The Gallery will be opened for a private visit which houses famous painting from Caravaggio, Raphael, Giotto, Bellini, and Michelangelo

Another one of a kind tour -  not experienced by everybody contact us at

Is a Rome sightseeing pass worthwhile? or Private tour of Rome, Rome with kids and more

Is a Rome sightseeing pass worthwhile? for some it might be just the right solution for others – you may prefer our special private tours, whether you want to do Rome with children, see the hidden corners of Rome, food and market tours and more…read on

Ask the experts: Lee Marshall, Rome expert, offers some advice on the city’s sightseeing passes

Lee Marshall, Rome expert, for the UK Telegraph replies
If you have the stamina to visit all the main museums and sights – and in three days, that’s a tall order – then a cumulative ticket may be worth it.

But which one? Best value in my view is the three-day Roma Pass (, which costs €34/£29 and gives you free travel on public transport, plus free access to two sights, plus discounts of around €2 on others. To give you a price comparison, separately purchased tickets for the Forum/Colosseum and Borghese Gallery, plus a three-day bus pass, would set you back €39.50. Another advantage of the pass is that it allows you to avoid long queues at ticket offices. Continue reading

Rome – Rome is the Real Star of Woody Allen’s To Rome with Love


Rome is the Real Star of Woody Allen’s To Rome with Love so says Conde Nast Traveller – with a great slide show too

Woody Allen’s newest film, To Rome with Love, opens today, and not only does it have a stellar cast (Penelope Cruz, Alec Baldwin, Jesse Eisenberg), it has a stellar setting: the gorgeous streets of Rome. On their site – you can take a look at the place we think is the real star of the show.

Rent an apartment in Rome and stay a while

Rent an apartment in Rome

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