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Hotel Colors - Rome Tours

Bus Tours

Skip the Line - Ancient and Old Rome - 3 hours

SKIP THE LINE!

including the Colosseum (interior visit), the RomanForum (interiorvisit), the Capitoline Hill, TreviFountain, the Pantheon (interior visit), and PiazzaNavona.

While the city isbreathtaking on its own, these sites are best seen with an experienced guidewho can breathe life into its complex and fascinating history. Our professionaland experienced guides are not only trained to educate you about history,politics and architecture, but are so able to give you a sense of the real lifeand times of Ancient and Old Rome through their enthusiasm and humour.

For the three hourswith us, you will play on the stage of ancient Rome–as Gladiator, Emperor,Slave, Vestal Virgin, Senator, Merchant, God/Goddess, Citizen of Rome! Pleasejoin us if you wish to live the experience.

Churches and Catacombs

- Basilica St. Mary Major (interior visit)
- Holy Stairs
- Basilica St. John's in Lateran (interior visit)
- Old Appian Way
- Catacombs (interior visit)

Starting with Piazza Barberini, the tour visits Fontana di Trevi by Bernini before going to the Basilica Santa Maria Maggiore. This basilica is dedicated to the mother of Christ, home of exquisite mosaics and the relics of Jesus' crib. The next stop is San Giovanni in Laterano, Rome's cathedral. The first Papal residence, San Giovanni is filled with masterpieces from the Middle Ages to the Baroque. There is also the nearby Scala Santa (Holy Stairs). The tour goes down Appia Antica past the Church of Domine Quo Vadis, finally arriving at the Catacombs. These ancient underground tunnels were the ancient burial places for Jews and Christians.

Duration: 3.5 hours
Includes transportation, guide, and entrance fees.
Tour is available in English, Italian, Spanish, German, French, and Russian.


Rome by night with dinner and music

- Via Veneto
- Piazza Venezia
- Colosseum (exterior visit)
- Arch of Constatine
- The Palatine
- the Theatre of Marcello
- Tiberine Island
- The Synagogue
- St. Angel's Castle
- Trevi Fountain
- St. Peter's Basilica (exterior visit)
- Piazza Navona

Experience Rome by night with a nocturnal bus tour and a Roman dinner! The tour leaves from Via Veneto, the location of la dolce vita, and moves to Piazza Barberini to see Bernini's magnificent Fontana di Trevi. After this, the tour goes to Piazza Venezia and the giant Vittoriano monument. Followed by the magnificent views offered by Via dei Fori Imperiali on the way to the Colosseum, the Arco di Costantino, the Colle Palatina, the Temple of Hercules, the Theater of Marcellus, the Campidoglio, Tiberina, the Roman Synagoge, Castel Sant'Angelo, and finally to Saint Peter's Basilica and Square. Along the route, the tour stops at the Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona before dinner at an Italian restaurant. Traditional Roman musicians perform during the dinner.

Duration: 4 hours
Includes transportation, guide, and entrance fees.
Tour is available in English, Italian, Spanish, German, French, and Russian.

Tivoli

- Hadrian's Villa
- Villa d'Este

Just a short drive away from Rome you can find the small enchanting town of Tivoli, built on the slopes of the Sabine Hills. The Emperor Hadrian built his villa here in the second century AD. This country residence features the imperial palace, baths, libraries, and gardens full of sculptures and pools. Nearby is the Villa d'Este, built during the late Renaissnace by Lucretia Borgia's son. The villa is famous for its gardens, marvelous fountains, waterfalls, and ancient trees.
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Duration: 4 hours
Includes transportation, guide, and entrance fees.
Tour is available in English, Italian, Spanish, German, French, and Russian.


Ostia Antica

- Excavations of Ancient Ostia

The present-day town of Ostia is a seaside town about thirty minutes from Rome's city center. Ancient Ostia was Rome's main port city. Founded in the fourth century BC, Ostia was not only a powerful naval base, but it was also the “Rome's Emporium,” home to a great deal of trade. All the important representatives of cultural and political life of the period passed through Ostia.
As the Roman Empire declined, so did Ostia. It was eventually abandoned after repeated sackings. At around the same time, the River Tiber changed its course, moving away from the city, and there was no longer any strategic value to be gained from Ostia's position. The abandoned city largely withstood the ravages of time, and remains remarkably preserved to this day.
Excavations began in the early nineteenth century and brought to light the city's preservation. It is in fact better preserved than Rome itself. A visit to Ostia provides a glimpse into the everyday life of a town in the Roman Empire. The tour allows you to admire the ruins of majestic buildings such as temples, theatres, houses, shops, inns, workshops, etc. The famous mosaics of the 12 thermal baths and various harbor offices are especially beautiful.

Duration: 4 hours
Includes transportation, guide, and entrance fees.
Tour is available in English, Italian, Spanish, German, French, and Russian.


Roman Countryside and Wine Tasting

− Castelgandolfo
- Albano
- Ariccia
- Rocca di Papa
- Grottaferrata
- Frascati
- Wine Tasting

This tours highlights the surroundings of Roma. From the Terme di Caracalla and Via Appia, the tour reaches Castelgandolfo, the Pope's summer residence, overlooking one of the deepest volcanic lakes in Europe. The tour continues to Albano, the city of Rome's founders and Ariccia, with a breathtaking bridge, Rocca di Papa, Grottaferrata and Frascati. The tour concludes in a 14th century hamlet built over a Roman road, that today is operated by a prestigious wine and olive oil producer. Here, guests are treated to a tasting of the house products and a tour through the historical section of the farm and the various phases of making great “DOC” wine, that is, a wine of certified origin.

Duration: 4 hours
Includes transportation, guide, and entrance fees.
Tour is available in English, Italian, Spanish, German, French, and Russian


Rome of the Caesars

- Piazza Venezia
- Roman Forum
- Arch of Titus
- Colosseum
- Arch of Constantine
- Basilica of St. Peter's in Chains
- Virtual Museum of Ancient Rome

Starting with Piazza Venezia, the tour will see the imposing memorial to Vittorio Emanuele II, the first King of United Italy. The tour then moves to the Fori Romani, the old center of the Imperial City, where the Senate House, the basilicas and the temples of the major gods are located. After walking down the Via Sacra and passing the Arco di Tito, we will then visit the Colosseum, surrounded by impressive monuments such as the ruins of l’Arco di Costatino.
The last stop on the tour will be the 5th century Christian Basilica di San Pietro in Vincoli, where you will see the famous statue of Moses by Michelangelo.
The tour finishes with a stop in the Virtual Museum of Ancient Rome for a virtual journey through Imperial Rome. The show takes 30 minutes and gives you a better understanding of the magnificent archaeological sites that you have seen on the tour today. In a unique reconstruction of the entire ancient city of Rome, the world's leading archaeologists, historians, and virtual reality graphic designers will bring you back to the origins of the city using cutting-edge 3D technology and digital animation.

Duration: 4 hours
Price: 68 Euro per person, includes transportation, guide, and entrance fees.
Tour is available in English, Italian, Spanish, German, French, and Russian.


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