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Sightseeing & Attractions in Rome, Italy

The attractions of Rome are truly more than just your average sightseeing excursions. Rome’s attractions are an experience. Right here on, you can access information on where to go in Rome. Everything from The Vatican, St. Peter’s Basilica, The Coliseum and much, much more. Come to think of it, what in Rome isn’t an attraction?

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Full Day Excursion - Naples and Pompei Tour

Experience a journey to discover art, history, folklore, and archaeology in one of the most beautiful regions of southern Italy.

Full Day Excursion - Naples and Capri Tour

Enjoy the day discovering Capri, an island situated in the gulf of Naples and surrounded by an emerald and turquoise sea. It is often called the pearl of the Mediterranean.

The Monuments Tour

Visit Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, and St. Peter's Basilica; plus enjoy views of Castel S. Angelo.

Full Day Excursion - Florence Tour

Visit Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance and the city that is synonymous with the names Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Botticelli.

Christian Rome Tour

Explore Christian Rome as you travel to places such as Esquiline Hill and the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore.

Ostia Antica Tour, Rome

Explore the amazing history of Ostia, this extraordinary archaeological site as important and exciting as Pompeii.

Ancient Rome Tour

Discover Rome's ancient monuments and sites during this three-hour city tour.

Papal Audience, Rome

For a truly memorable experience in Rome that will last a lifetime, visit Vatican City and take part in a Papal Audience at St. Peter's Square or Basilica.

The Vatican

The Vatican is among the most important historical sites in the world. The seat of the Holy Roman Catholic Church, The Vatican is also the home of the Pope. As the smallest state in the world, the Vat

St Peter's Basilica

Going to Rome and plan to visit St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican?


The emperors of the Flavia family built this large amphitheater for gladiatorial shows and hunts of wild animals, which in the following centuries became the symbol of the Eternal City.

Italy Guides - Rome

Enjoy the many sights in Rome Italy.

Castel Sant'Angelo

Castel Sant'Angelo built around 123 A.D. for the emperor Adriano and his family.
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So keep your backpack and your camera ready to follow us in some corners of a not well known Rome that could amaze you.

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