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Rome and surroundings tours

Recommended limousine tours in Rome and surrounds with english speaking driver, hourly rate

We offer Rome tours with driver, and our basic Taxi tour rate is € 40 per hour for a tour with an english speaking driver. Any tour can be customized on request in agreement with the driver, as well as places not mentioned below.

Tour Number: 1

  • Place: Rome
  • Guests: Up to 8
  • Rate: € 40,00

Trevi Fountain

You tell us where: customized Rome tours with driver available from € 40,00 per hour.

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Tour Number: 2

  • Place: Rome
  • Guests: Up to 8
  • Rate: € 160,00

Circus Maximus

Half day tour (4 hours) – Classic tour: Roman Forum, Colosseum, Circus Maximus, Mouth of Truth, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Navona Square, St. Peter Basilica and Janiculum Hill.

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Tour Number: 3

  • Place: Rome
  • Guests: Up to 8
  • Rate: € 160,00

San Giovanni in Laterano

Half day tour (4 hours) – Main Basilicas* (San Giovanni in Laterano, Santa Maria Maggiore, San Paolo fuori le mura, St. Peter Basilica, San Lorenzo fuori le mura). *Note: No shorts, no miniskirts or sleeveless blouses are admitted.

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Tour Number: 4

  • Place: Rome
  • Guests: Up to 8
  • Rate: € 160,00

Navona Square

Half day tour (4 hours) – Tour of Baroque (Sant’Andrea al Quirinale, San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, Sant’Ignazio, Jesus Church, Sant’Andrea della Valle, Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza, Santa Teresa’s Ecstasy, Navona Square).

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Tour Number: 5

  • Place: Rome
  • Guests: Up to 8
  • Rate: € 160,00

Mamertine Prison

Half day tour (4 hours) – Underground Rome (San Clemente, Catacombs, Crypta Balbi, Mamertine Prison, Domus Aurea).

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Tour Number: 6

  • Place: Rome
  • Guests: Up to 8
  • Rate: € 160,00

Pietà di Michelangelo

Half day tour (4 hours) – Michelangelo in Rome (Capitol Hill, St. Peter in Chains, Santa Maria sopra Minerva, St. Peter Basilica, St. Maria degli Angeli, Farnese Palace). Sistine Chapel is available in tour 10.

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Tour Number: 7

  • Place: Rome
  • Guests: Up to 8
  • Rate: € 160,00

Villa Aldobrandini

Half day tour (4 hours) – Sightseeing tour with driver in Rome Surroundings: Frascati, Villa Torlonia Park, Villa Aldobrandini Park, St. Peter’s Church – Grottaferrata: St. Lind’s Abbey, St. Lind’s Fortress – Castelgandolfo: Pope Residence Lake.

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Tour Number: 8

  • Place: Rome
  • Guests: Up to 8
  • Rate: € 160,00

Ancient Ostia

Half day tour (4 hours) – Ancient Ostia (Sightseeing tour of Ancient Ostia).

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Tour Number: 9

  • Place: Rome
  • Guests: Up to 8
  • Rate: € 160,00

Villa d'Este

Half day tour (4 hours) – Tivoli (Sightseeing taxi tour of Tivoli) – Hadrian’s Villa – Villa D’Este and Gardens.

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Tour Number: 10

  • Place: Rome
  • Guests: Up to 8
  • Rate: € 290,00

The Sistine Chapel

Half day tour (4 hours) – Vatican City (Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter Basilica). Three guided-tour hours with a licensed tourist guide into the Vatican Museums and St. Peter Basilica included.

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Tour Number: 11

  • Place: Rome
  • Guests: Up to 8
  • Rate: € 320,00

banner Colosseum

Full day tour (8 hours) – Ancient Rome of Emperors (Capitoline Hill, Roman Forum, Colosseum, Palatine Hill, Circus Maximus, Thermal Baths of Caracalla, Ancient Appian Way, Catacombs, Pantheon, Aula Ottagona), and … the Renaissance and Baroque Rome of Popes (Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, St. Peter in Chains, Navona Square, Farnese Square, St. Peter Basilica, Janiculum Hill).

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Tour Number: 12

  • Place: Rome
  • Guests: Up to 8
  • Rate: € 420,00

Civitavecchia Harbour

Full day taxi tour (10 hours) – Shore from Civitavecchia, including transfer from/to Civitavecchia. Official licensed guide available on request.

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One of our tours, the number 2, is dedicated to classical Rome and includes a visit to the Colosseum. The great excavations carried on in this colossal building in the years 1874 and 1875, have thrown an entirely new light on its history. These were made under the level of the ground, at the foot of the podium, which is the same as that of the original arena; this large level space had been indifferently called the ground, the floor, the stage, the area, or the arena; no one had any idea that the original pavement would be found 21 ft. below that level, and that the intervening space was filled with walls and passages, dens for wild beasts, places for lifts to send up men, and dogs, and animals: and canals for water, and several other contrivances for the use of the performers on the stage above, for practically the arena was the stage on which the performances took place. These excavations have enabled us to ascertain that this had been a boarded floor covered with sand, or arena (whence its name), and that this floor could be moved and replaced in a short time, at the word of the Emperor. The evidence of this is brought out clearly in the present work. Large corbels, or brackets, are provided for placing the boards upon when removed, and keeping them out of sight of the people in the galleries; they project from the wall below the podium, in the passage over the dens.We had all of us hitherto been taught that this enormous structure had been all built in ten years by the Flavian emperors ; this is the uniform modern history, but no ancient author says so. It is only one of the so-called “Roman Traditions”, which (as I am obliged to repeat continually) are nothing but the conjectures of learned men during the last three centuries, especially Panvinius and his school in the seventeenth.

From: The Flavian amphitheatre, commonly called the Colosseum at Rome: its history & substructures compared with other amphitheatres, John Henry Parker, 1876.

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