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Pantheon Rome
35-Minutes Pantheon Tour with Audio Guide, Rome
  • Meet your guide and get ready for The Pantheon Tour, which falls under one of the most famous Rome walking tours.

  • Through this 35-minute audio guide Pantheon tour, uncover the significance of Rome’s best-preserved monument.

  • Get to know how the Roman temple became the resting place for royalty and artists

  • Hear the stories of how it was built and its eventual transformation from a temple to a church and mausoleum

  • The audio comes in 8 different languages(English, Italian, French, German, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese, and Spanish)

  • The guided audio tour comprises 15 listening spots and a map through which you can navigate according to your wish

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Vatican Museum
Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel Official Guided Tour, Rome
  • Meet your guide at the decided place, who will take you to the most fascinating galleries within the museum : Gallery of Tapestries and Gallery of Maps, The Rounda

  • With the aid of an expert guide, get to know the stories behind the phenomenal fresco on the ceiling by the much famed Renaissance artist Michael Buonarotti

  • In your tour of the gallery of Candelabras, come across phenomenal marble structures

  • A tour of the gallery of tapestries and Raphael Rooms Pathway will show the 40

  • frescoed maps on the walls

  • Learn about the ancient Roman and Greek sculptures at the Pio Clementino museum

  • Lastly, Admire Michaelangelo’s most iconic work, ‘The Creation of Adam’ on the ceilings of the Sistine Chapel

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St. Peter's Basilica
St Peter's Basilica Guided Tour, Rome
  • After the completion of the police checks, enter St.Peter’s Basilica to reach the Portico through stairs.

  • Get to the Vox Mundi desk where you will be directed to your guide

  • After meeting your guide, embark on a guided walking tour Rome, to one of the holiest shrines in the world

  • It is believed to be the burial ground of the first-ever pope, St. Peter Apostle.

  • Learn about the bygone era as you keep exploring different areas of the church

  • Find one of the most famous sculptures of the Renaissance, La Pieta, by Michelangelo

  • Marking the burial site of 91 Popes, learn more about their life and preachings of them

  • The baroque style in which St Peter’s Basilica is fashioned after makes it an emblem of Renaissance

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Borghese Gallery
Borghese Gallery and Gardens Tour, Rome
  • Meet your guide at the entrance of the Borghese gallery and get ready to immerse yourself in the majestic history of the place

  • With the help of guide, learn about one of the most beautiful art museums exhibiting phenomenal works of some renowned artists

  • Find some of the most iconic sculptures by Bernini at Galleria Borghese

  • Home to some of the most distinguished neoclassical buildings, Villa Borghese is one of the largest parks in Rome

  • Witness famous artworks like ‘Paolina Bonaparte’, ‘The Rape of Proserpina’, ‘David’, ‘Apollo and Daphne’

  • Caravaggio's masterpieces like ‘Boy with a basket of Fruit’ and ‘Young Sick Bacchus’ add to the renaissance charm of the place

  • Get a glimpse of the entire city from the Pincio Terrace

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Vatican Museum
Skip-the-Line Vatican Museums Tour With Breakfast
  • Avoid the long waiting line and get skip-the-line Vatican museum tickets that comes with the inclusion of breakfast as well

  • With skip-the-line tickets, explore a different route to Sistine Chapel

  • Spend some extra time looking at the works of wonders by the celebrated Renaissance artist, Michelangelo

  • Have a sumptuous buffet breakfast at the Pinecone Courtyard

  • Witness some of the most famous frescoes in the world: Laocoon Group, Belvedere Torso, Raphael Rooms, and the Apollo Belvedere

  • Gallery of Candelabra awaits your arrival to admire the iconic Renaissance sculptures

  • One of the significant rooms is the gallery of Tapestries where you get to learn about Raphael Sanzio and his work

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The Circus of Nero
Evening Walking Tour in Rome
  • Get an opportunity to experience the quieter side of Rome in the evening without the hustle bustle of the daytime.

  • Go on a Rome Walking tour for an hour and a half to two hours and be delighted with an alternative take of exploring the city after dark.

  • Visit several famous landmarks such as Trevi Fountain, Quirinale Palace, Piazza Venezia and many more.

  • Admire the dazzling beauty of the landmarks, all lit up by the evening lights.

  • Learn about the rich history of the ancient city from the professional guide who will accompany you on the tour.

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Trevi Fountain in Rome
Rome Walking Tour Including the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain
  • Embark on a morning Guided walking tour Rome which will include a visit to several major sites.

  • Check out popular sites such as Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, and such other places.

  • Delight in visiting vivacious art-filled squares such as Piazza Barberini.

  • Feel awe-struck looking at the beautiful artwork in the interior of the Church of Sant'Ignazio

  • Learn the history of the city and its ancient monuments from the professional guide as you walk from one place to another.

  • Listen to the tales of Bernini as you visit Piazza Navona and Piazza Barberini.

  • Stop now and then to capture the beauty of the landmarks in the frame of your camera.

  • Finish your tour a short walk away from the vatican.

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Jewish Ghetto
Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere Tour Rome
  • History buffs would feel delighted to go on a Rome Walking tour that will take them to three historic neighborhoods located in the heart of the city.

  • First time visitors will be excited to listen to the amazing introduction of the city.

  • Walk around the neighborhood of Trastevere, Jewish Ghetto, and Tiber Island for 1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours.

  • Explore the neighborhoods in company of a guide who will point out major landmarks and will not let you miss any off-the-beaten-path sights.

  • Make a stop at scenic points to click pictures.

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Colosseum rome at sunrise
Colosseum, Piazza Pantheon and Roman Forum Small Group Tour Skip the Line
  • Combine your visit to three of Rome’s famous monuments during this 3 hour 15 minute Guided walking tour Rome.

  • Visit The Colosseum, Roman Forum and Pantheon or Palatine during your tour which comes with skip-the-line priority access.

  • Enjoy a personalized experience while touring with a small group of tourists, limited to 15 people.

  • Start your tour by discovering the Colosseum, the largest standing amphitheater ever built and still standing in the world today.

  • Visit the Roman Forum next to learn about ancient Roman life and take a look at the remains of the Temple of Hadrian.

  • Finish your tour by visiting Pantheon in the morning, or the Palatine in the afternoon.

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Rome Food Walking Tour
Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de Fiori, Jewish Ghetto
  • Join a Rome walking tour that will take you on a gastronomic journey to discover some of the best dishes of Rome.

  • Visit three well known food enclaves - Campo de' Fiori Market, Trastevere and the Jewish Ghetto known for Roman typical and favorite specialties.

  • Take the advantage of a small group of upto 12 members to get a personalized touring experience.

  • Learn some culinary secrets of the Eternal City from your accompanying guide during your tour.

  • Try out some Italian favorites such as fried artichokes, classic Roman pasta dish, pizza and gelato during the tour.

  • Meet the local traders to try out samples of their produce at Campo de' Fiori’s market

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Rome Walking Tour FAQs

What is included in the Pantheon Rome Walking Tour Tickets?

The Pantheon Rome tickets include an audio guide with 15 listening spots and a map. Get in-depth knowledge about the history, culture, and architecture of the place in your guided tour.

What is the best time of the day to visit the Vatican?

The most suitable days to visit the place would be Tuesday, Thursday and Friday since the place is comparatively less crowded on these days. Avoid Saturday to escape the weekend crowd. If you are visiting between the months of April to October when the place sees a lot of footfall then it is recommended to visit during the afternoon to avoid the crowd.

Is it better to buy Vatican tickets online?

It is highly advisable to get your Vatican tickets online since you avoid the queue this way and save a lot of time. Your experience would be hassle-free as you would have an entrance ticket beforehand.

What is Sistine Chapel?

Originally known as the Cappella Magna, Sistine Chapel is the official residence of the Pope. The place is famous for its Renaissance murals. Michelangelo’s masterpieces like ‘The Last Judgment, and ‘Creation of Adam’ are done on the walls and ceilings of this very chapel. Of all Rome walking Tours, the Sistine Chapel remains the most significant one.

How long does it take Pantheon Rome tickets with Audio Guide?

The Pantheon tour audio guide is 35 minutes long. As most Rome walking tours can be taken with an audio guide, that gives one the advantage of exploring the place at their own pace and it becomes your own private walking tour Rome

How do I get to the Pantheon in Rome?

By bus: The nearest bus stop is Rinascimento Stop which is only 400 meters away from the meeting point for the tour.

By metro: The nearest metro station is Spagna station which is located at a distance of 1.6 km from the meeting point

By car: The meeting location is 2.4 km from Rome City Center, from where it is only a 10 min drive to reach the spot.

Do I need tickets to enter Sistine Chapel?

Yes, you need tickets to enter Sistine Chapel. There are many variants of the tour that you can choose for yourself.

What is St.Peter’s Basilica?

St.Peter’s Basilica is the most important church in the world. It is where St.Peter was buried, who was one of the apostles of Jesus and regarded as the first Pope.

How do I get to St.Peter’s Basilica?

The nearest metro station is Ottaviano metro station, from where it is only a 5-minute walk to the St.Peter Square.

What is included in a St. Peter’s Basilica tour?

A guided walking tour to St.Peter’s Basilica will allow you to learn about the different historical aspects of the place. One can choose from different options of tours where additional experiences like accessing St.Peter’s Basilica Dome and papal tombs are included.

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