We offer some theme tours which feature sights made famous by Hollywood films.
Rome was not built in a day, but it can be visited in one day: The tour with private limousine, driver and guide is perfect for a one-day visit to Rome, especially for cruise passengers.
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Roman Holiday, 1953
Starring: Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn
Director: William Wyler
Rome has provided the backdrop for more films than almost any other city. William Wyler’s Roman Holiday, with its unforgettable performances from Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck in the starring roles, has become an icon of liberated, carefree tourism in Rome .
Angels and Demons
Following the sites in the book “Angels and Demons” by Dan Brown, our tour will take you all over Rome to find the “altars of science”.
The Chigi Chapel inside the church of St Maria del Popolo, where the only tomb made by Raphael in Rome and with angel statues by Gianlorenzo Bernini (according to Dan Brown, one of the illuminati brotherhood) is connected with the element Earth.
Rome in one day
This tour is especially made for cruiseshippers who just have virtually only 8 or 9 hours to see the entire Eternal city.
We offer you transfer service in a private limousine from the harbour in Civitavecchia to Rome, where you will meet your guide. The tour includes the city’s most famous monuments and squares: the Colosseum, Pantheon, Roman Forum, Trevi Fountain, Circus Maximus and a visit to the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica.
Rome in the early morning
Would you like to see Rome when the last street lights are switched off? At first light of dawn the city has a particular charm.
The little coffee shops open and the aroma of fresh ground coffee flows out into the streets. The freshly baked cornetti are ready. And after strolling through the city centre, visiting the Spanish steps and Trevi fountain without hundreds and hundreds of tourists and being the first to enter the Pantheon, an Italian breakfast waits for you in one of the typical Italian bars in a beautiful piazza.
Rome for children
The myth of Romulus and Remus and how the old Romans lived.
Antiquity tours for children: Roman Forum and Colosseum or Ostia Antica
here are treats for every child in Rome: history, legends, art, food and fun. Discover the Mouth of Truth, a marble mask that according to legend bites off the hands of liars. You can try it yourself! – The Catacombs: mysterious underground cemeteries of the early Christians, the Magic Keyhole, the bone church: a crypt decorated with the bones of 5 000 monks or St Angel’s Castle: a papal fortress, residence, monumental tomb of an emperor and dungeon, and the secret passageway. There is also the daily canon shot on the Janiculum Hill.
Michelangelo Merisi, known as Caravaggio- had an adventurous life, a tragic end, was unmistakable in his art and created a break in the painting of the Counter-Reformation.
Along the Tiber River
By the end of the 19th century, when the walls were built along the Tiber, the river was an important landscape of the city- it was navigable, surrounded by many houses that were built right at the water, it was bathed and fished in it and he led drinkable water. On this tour we walk along the Tiber and its sights- churches, places and ols markets.
With Michelangelo and Raphael in the Vatican
Follow the two universal geniuses in the Vatican, who were not only painters but also sculptors and architects. Whether St. Peter’s Basilica or the Vatican Museums, Michelangelo and Raphael all have left their marks.
Michelangelo in Rome
Explore the art and architectural works of Michelangelo in Rome. Let yourself be guided to the most famous works by the artist and sculptor, as the Moses statue, and secret treasures such as the Farnese Palace in the heart of the city.
So wrote Johann Wolfgang von Goethe about Italy. During Goethe’s Italy trips (1786-1788) he stayed in Rome, the Eternal City, twice. In “Goethe´s footsteps” you walk through Rome’s historic center. A visit to Goethe´s house, the Roman home of the poet, is also on the program. Furthermore, Goethe had visited many monuments and places in the city during his trips, as described in his book ‘Italian Journey’, which you will all visit.
The seven hills
Rome is built on seven hills. The question is: where are they? The walking tour gives an overview of the hills. While some of them have disappeared in today’s cityscape, going up and down will remind you that every hill still exist.
Discover the most beautiful mosaics of different periods in Rome and visit beautiful well-known as well as lesser-known churches See the apse mosaics in churches to the climax of Roman mosaic art.
The old Appian Way in bike
You will explore the “Queen of all roads”, as it is also called, on a rented bicycle. The road offers cultural sights like catacombs, tombs and churches. After a tour through the Catacombs of San Callisto or San Sebastiano and a visit of the San Sebastiano church and Quo vadis church, the drive continues to the imposing tomb of Caecilia Metalla.
Treasure hunt in Rome
Every corner of Rome offers something new to discover. In a scavenger hunt through the city you walk by the biggest attractions of the city and take a look at things and little details, which you normally wouldn’t see at first sight.
Who does not dream of driving on an original Vespa through Rome exploring the sights of the Eternal City? The Vespa is a symbol of the “Dolce Vita” and the Italian lifestyle. You are going to feel the wind in your face while passing by attractions such as the Colosseum and St. Peter’s Basilica.
San Lorenzo and Sant´Agnese- Santa Costanza
The Church of San Lorenzo outside the walls, one of the seven pilgrim churches, is dedicated to one of the Roman favorite saints, martyrs Laurentius. The charming three-nave church flaunts a triumphal arch mosaic. The trip also takes you to the church Sant’Agnese, whose namesake was martyred. In her honor, a church outside the walls was donated. Adjacent to the church is the mausoleum for the daughters of Constantine.
Via Appia to Castel Gandolfo
A very special tour spans the Via Appia Antica, where you can enjoy the untouched nature of Rome, a visit to the early Christian catacombs and the cruise to Castel Gandolfo, whose beauty is discovered the popes themselves.
On the tracks of Paul, the Apostle
Paul, one of the first theologians and propagators of Christianity, was many years of his life in Rome, where he had to die in the end. In a tour through the town we stop at important stations of his work during his lifetime and after his death.