Our Full Rome Private Tour, in 13 days / 12 nights, gives you the best opportunity to visit the Eternal City exploring the most of it.
The Roman weather is warm almost throughout the year, except just some few days when it’s too cold (for the local standards) in December and January.
Therefore, you can visit the city in Winter, even if undoubtedly it gives its best in Spring and Autumn. Locals pride for the Roman “Ottobrate”, meaning that the weather in October is still so pleasantly sunny and hot.
You may also think of Rome as a Summer destination, an excellent alternative to the typical Italian beaches.
During the thirteen days, the Full Rome Private Tour makes you visit some of the most famous Historical sites in the World.
The Colosseum and the Roman Forum, the Trevi Fountain, the Vatican Museums, and many more as enlisted on the program.
And what about breathing the “Dolce Vita” atmosphere in Via Veneto? Well, you will …..
Are you fond of whirling shopping sessions in the Spanish Steps district, including fashionable streets like Via Condotti, Via del Corso or Via del Babuino, etc.?
No problem: on request and not included in the package, you can ask for assistance.
One of our shopping consultants will be glad to introduce you to the newest exciting fashion trends and the most extraordinary deals.
Nevertheless, the millenarian history of the city is the absolute protagonist.
You will experience the real “the big History”, in a cultural environment like no other, full of unique art masterpieces, monuments that you have surely studied at school or seen in you readings.
But Rome is so much more, with its unparalleled panoramas, its fantastic food (some of the typical recipes are the flagship of the Italian cuisine in the world), and that full sense of slow time passing.
We can say that the Rome typical atmosphere and the way of life will bewitch and captivate your heart.
Rome is a way of life on its own. It’s not only history, or monuments, or arts, or beautiful churches.
It happens when you realize how warm are local people.
Pro-tips: take pictures of Rome’s astonishing skyline from different belvedere points. Admire all those places you’ve always seen in pictures, movies, friends’ tales, social media images, etc.
And walk around to discover hidden corners, unusual fragrances, or great shopping deals.
But, always stop in those typical “Trattoria” in Trastevere or in Testaccio Districts to taste the Roman cuisine. And ask for recipes to replay them at home.