tickitaly.com offer an ever-increasing range of Rome guided tours, and on this page we attempt to summarise them for you. From guided tours, walking tours, art tours, and tours with lunch included, to cooking courses, tours by bike or Segway, we hope to cover most everything that could possibly enhance a visit to the eternal city of Rome.
Again, everything listed below is a Rome guided tour, in one form or another - if you're after straightforward ticket booking for the Colosseum, the Vatican, or the Borghese Gallery then, please, use these links.
Reservations on a guided walking tour of Ancient Rome including the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill.
A fully escorted English language guided walking tour of the monuments of Ancient Rome; the tour last roughly three hours and includes entrance to the Roman Colosseum; the tour begins near the Colosseum itself and runs seven days a week, heading off at 2.30 in the afternoon during high season, 2.00 low season. The tour will end close by the Forum. Again, this is an escorted walking tour - we also offer the same tour of Ancient Rome with pick-up and drop-off at your central Rome hotel included - click here for that.
A 3 hour, professional guided tour of the highlights of Baroque Rome.
A 3 hour, professional guided tour of the highlights of Baroque Rome.
Pickup from centrally-located hotels included.
Lasting about 3 hours, this is a fascinating walk through the ancient streets of central Rome, illuminated by anecdotes from your guide. The tour will take in the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, the Fountain of the Four Rivers and the Pantheon. This is a 'small group' tour, not numbering more than 15 people.
Led by a knowledgeable and entertaining guide, you will combine a walk through this fascinating part of Rome with sampling the best and most genuine of Roman cuisine accompanied of course by typical Italian wines. Move from place to place, accompanied always by your local guide, hearing anecdotes about Roman cuisine and the fascinating district of Trastevere. This is a small-group (never more than 12 people) tour that heads off at 5.30 PM (also 5.50 PM and 6.10 PM in high season).
Take this fascinating and fun tour to visit an ancient underground church, Roman catacombs and a 2nd century pagan temple, all in the company of your expert English-speaking guide. Your luxury climate-controlled transport will take you a little way out of Rome where you will also be able to admire the 3rd century Aurelian Walls and walk a small stretch of the Ancient Appian Way.
A fully escorted English language guided walking tour of the monuments of ancient Rome; the tour last roughly three hours and includes entrance to the Roman Colosseum. The tour begins near the Colosseum itself and runs seven days a week, heading off at 2.30 in the afternoon during high season, 2.00 PM in low season. The tour will end close by the Forum. We also offer this tour with meeting 'on-site', the only difference is that, with this tour, pick-up from your central Rome hotel is included.
Ticket reservation to take part in a Papal Audience at the Vatican.
Papal audiences (Wednesdays only) are held either in St Peter's Square or the Nervi Hall, as decided by the Pontificial State on the day. Included is a short panoramic tour, pre-arranged tickets, transport and assistance with check in and security checks.
Lasting around three hours and setting off from the centre of Rome in mid-afternoon, this guided tour takes in some of the major sights of Christian Rome, terminating with a trip down into the atmospheric catacombs of early Christian Rome.
The tour is by deluxe coach, but you'll step off from time to time for a closer look at some of the attractions involved. The tour runs on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays in high season, Friday and Saturday only in low-season.
A fully guided tour revealing the splendour of Rome by night. The tour, by deluxe coach, lasts roughly two and a half hours and offers panoramic views of Rome after-dark. Also included is a walking tour of the Trastevere district of Rome.
A fully guided tour revealing the splendour of Rome by night, with a traditional Italian restaurant dinner included. The tour, by deluxe coach, lasts roughly four hours and offers panoramic views of Rome after-dark. Also including is a walking tour of the fashionable, and lively, Trastevere district of Rome.
This full day tour departs from central Rome early in the morning (meet at 7.15 AM) and returns at about 9:00 PM. Accompanied by an experienced guide, you'll see the sights of Naples, and explore the ruins and excavations of Pompeii. Lunch and all entrance fees included.
A day long excursion, leaving Rome early in the morning, to the enchanted Isle of Capri in the Bay of Naples, with lunch in the scenic village of Anacapri and a visit to the famous Blue Grotto.
The Line A open top sightseeing bus tour of Rome lasts 100 minutes. You have the opportunity to see all the main points of interest, including the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain and the Vatican, and as the tours operate on a 'hop-on, hop-off' basis you may leave and subsequently rejoin the buses whenever and as often you like at the 8 stops on the route, giving you a chance to tick all your must-see boxes in this incredible city!
Accompanied tour of Rome with a difference - on a Segway!
The tour takes in the following must-not-miss sights of Rome: Circo Massimo, the Arch of Constantine, the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, the Traian column, the Palatine Hills, the church of Santa Maria and the Bocca della Verità wall sculpture, and much more besides.
Guided bike tour of Rome - hire a bicycle and tour Rome
Explore Rome on a guided bicycle tour.
Take this eco-friendly electric bike tour of Rome to maximise your time and see the highlights without the exhaustion! Your four hour tour will take you through some of the hidden passageways of the city centre, around important ruins including the Colosseum and the Pantheon, effortlessly up hills to get the best panoramic views of the Eternal City, and of course to the unmissable Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain. Your local English-speaking guide will showcase the best of Rome while you let your e-bike take the strain.
*** This tour is temporarily unavailable for booking - we hope to have it open again so please keep checking for availability!
A most unusual and exclusive tour, this one - an early morning, crowds-free visit to the Sistine Chapel, a skip-the-queues tour of St Peter's, a priviliged, extraordinary visit to the Passetto di Borgo (ordinarily closed to the public), and a visit to the historic prisons of Castel sant'Angelo.
The secret 'Passetto', an elevated passage that links the Vatican to Castel sant'Angelo, is over 800 metres long and is rarely open - when it is, it's for small groups only, never more than 15 people at a time. It's a long tour, approximately five hours, but it starts early, has a small break in the middle, and is over in time for lunch!