Private Combo Tour Vatican, Trevi Fountain And Colosseum - Rome

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Tour Information

Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 5 Hrs 30 Mins
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    09:00 AM
  • Return Details :
    Vatican Museums:Not allow sleeveless & shorts above knees. Colosseum's access require a passport. Meeting Point: Vatican Museums on the steps by the Marble Door with the statue of Raphael & Michelange.. read more
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

If you have limited time in Rome or if you just wish to maximize your time in our city, this is the perfect tour. Our Colosseum, Vatican and Trevi Fountain Private Walking, the iconic symbols of Rome! Starting from the Colosseum the symbol of the Roman Empire renown for the Gladiators combats against the wild animals, the colosseum had a capacity of over 40.000 spectators, then you will walk along the Roman Forum (outdoor) and reach the baroque Trevi Fountain. Do not forget to throw three coins in the fountain to comeback in Rome. Your adventure continue in the Vatican state where you will admire the great artwork collections and learn about Raphael and Michelangelo. You will visit the Vatican galleries and the Sistine Chapel to admire Michelangelo's' Frescoes of the Ceiling and Last Judgement.
This is a perfect tour for all those who want to maximize their stay and visit the highlights of Rome and Vatican in just 5.5 hours with an excellent storytelling professional private guide.

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Your tour at Vatican Museum cannot end up without visiting one of the most famous part of the whole museum: Sistine Chapel. You will spend 30 minutes in Sistine Chapel, during this time you will admire the last Judgement and Creation of the World
Take a taxi with your guide to go to the Vatican. If you wish to have a quick stop for a break, just talk with her. At the Vatican, your tour includes the visit of the main Vatican Galleries, the Sistine Chapel.
With our prepurchased tickets you will enter the great Flavian amphitheater skipping the line. Your private guide will explain you the history , the secrets and curiosities. Ask all the question to her! In addition to the knowleadge, your private guide will use visual aids that can give you a real image of how the Colosseum looked like in Ancient Times.
After the visit of the most important site of the Ancient Rome, you will reach Trevi Fountain with a very pleasant walk with your guide. Once there, you will have time for explaination and to admire the fountain known in all the world thanks to the Fellini's film La Dolce Vita.
Enjoy the city tour with Colosseum and Vatican Tours

Itinerary:


Your tour at Vatican Museum cannot end up without visiting one of the most famous part of the whole museum: Sistine Chapel. You will spend 30 minutes in Sistine Chapel, during this time you will admire the last Judgement and Creation of the World
Take a taxi with your guide to go to the Vatican. If you wish to have a quick stop for a break, just talk with her. At the Vatican, your tour includes the visit of the main Vatican Galleries, the Sistine Chapel.
With our prepurchased tickets you will enter the great Flavian amphitheater skipping the line. Your private guide will explain you the history , the secrets and curiosities. Ask all the question to her! In addition to the knowleadge, your private guide will use visual aids that can give you a real image of how the Colosseum looked like in Ancient Times.
After the visit of the most important site of the Ancient Rome, you will reach Trevi Fountain with a very pleasant walk with your guide. Once there, you will have time for explaination and to admire the fountain known in all the world thanks to the Fellini's film La Dolce Vita.
Enjoy the city tour with Colosseum and Vatican Tours

Inclusions

  • Private tour
  • Professional guide for 5.5 hours

Exclusions

  • Gratuities
  • Transportation to/from attractions
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

Additional Info

Public transportation options are available nearby

Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness

A dress code is required to enter places of worship and selected museums. No shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. Knees and shoulders MUST be covered for both men and women. You may risk refused entry if you fail to comply with these dress requirements

Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately

Please be aware that to enter the Colosseum it is necessary to pass a metal detector security check; although these are skip the line tickets there may be some time spent waiting to pass through security checks

Please bring a copy of your ID or driver license since it is necessary for the entrance at the Colosseum

Please note that, for disabled visitors with certified invalidity of more than 74%, the Vatican Museums offers free entry that is extended to a companion for visitors who are not self-sufficient. To benefit from this, make sure you mention it at the time of booking so that our staff may handle your request.

St. Peter's Basilica is not included

Traveler Reviews

  • 06-Mar-2019

    The colosseum was amazing. Be prepared for massive crowds. My mistake was going on Wednesday when all museums are free creating massive queues. This is the same for the Vatican mesuem and the castles in the area. Pack your patience. Lol

  • 18-Dec-2018

    Our experience with the Colosseum and Vatican tours was excellent. Our guide Renee was superb in her knowledge of both the Vatican and the Colosseum. She was engaging, interesting and made the tour very fun. We would highly recommend this tour and especially Renee, to anyone who would like to see these sights.

  • 06-Jun-2018

    You need good walking legs! the sightseeing takes a long time in Rome and Venice, you get pestered by people trying to push Roses, bracelets and other trinkets in your hand telling you they are free but then demanding money from you!! they can be aggressive and you have to always be on your guard, especially if you have children with you, it is very very busy and quite dirty!! Rome and Venice are the two places we always wanted to see but would not want to go back to, it was an eye opener! Graffiti sprayed everywhere, even on the beautiful Roman buildings! Food etc is expensive, People were rude, but most amazing of all... No Toilets! and no seats to rest!! if you needed to go to the loo you have to go to a café or restaurant and buy something first, some of the loos in the shops had barriers so you have to pay 1 Euro or 1 euro 50c to use it. Many of the loos actually have no toilet seat! So I have crossed it off my bucket list as been there would never go back!!

  • 31-May-2018

    It was a very short visit to Rome. Very long queue to get tickets and then entry into the Colosseum. So I decided not to get inside. I was roaming around the Colosseum. Then I went to Vatican city. Just next to Colosseum you will get metro to Vatican city. Day day ticket, it's cheaper. However, buses in Rome are not punctual as I was used to in Germany. It was hot in August. I was roaming around the beautiful city of history. You can walk around and enjoy the street and squares of Rome.