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Walks of Italy

Via Santa Maria dell'Anima 48/A, 00186 Rome, Italy
+39 06 9480 4888
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Skip the Line: Colosseum, Vatican and Historic Rome Small-Group Tour
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Skip the Line: Casa di Augusto, Casa di Livia and Colosseum Tour in Rome
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“vip colosseum” (244 reviews)
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Via Santa Maria dell'Anima 48/A, 00186 Rome, Italy
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Reviewed today via mobile

Fantastic tour and wonderful tour guide, Ferdinando! His archaeology training and background, along with his deep respect, reverence, and understanding of each of the sights, artifacts, and icons that we toured, made for a very enriching and deeply moving experience. Highest recommendation possible!

Thank MikeB430
Reviewed today

I did the Walks of Italy early entry tour of the Sistine Chapel and St Peter's Basilica, which I would thoroughly recommend. Not only do you skip the queues but you have the opportunity to enjoy these two amazing places in the Vatican before they...More

Thank Preethi R
Reviewed yesterday

The tour and especilly Mirella was great. We enjoyed our time with her very much and are very grateful for all these informations, also besides the tour in restaurants, shops etc. she gave us. We would recommend this in each case. Thanks a lot for...More

Thank kallmuc87
Reviewed 2 days ago

The tour was fantastic!! The Colloseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill were amazing sites to see. Bruno was an awesome guide & very nice. He was full of so much information & knowledge about all 3 sites & is an asset to City Walks. I...More

Thank clbjrb
Reviewed 2 days ago

We took the Pristine Sistine tour and had such a great experience we booked a tour with them in Florence. The guides love their city and the sites they are sharing. The Vatican tour got us in early and we kept moving while we learned...More

Thank JN461
Reviewed 3 days ago

We took this tour with GiGi (sp?) from Walks of Italy as the guide. In all of our travels this was the best we have ever been on and a lot of it has to do with our guide. His love and passion for Ancient...More

Thank MooseTrax
Reviewed 3 days ago

Did Rome in a day tour and our guide, Suzannah was wonderful and I could tell she really did genuinely love the city. She was informative and kind, and every place we visited was absolutely breathtaking. Skipping the lines helped save us so much time...More

Thank april23993
Reviewed 3 days ago

Our tour guide for the evening tour of the Vatican was Sev. He is the most knowledgeable and charming tour guide we have ever had the pleasure of joining. He is helpful, answers all your questions, a wealth of information presented in a most interesting...More

Thank jnjtraveler
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is our second trip to Italy in the past year, the first being to Florence and Venice last spring and the second being to Rome last week. Both were return visits. We used Walks of Italy last year, based on the recommendation of an...More

Thank HHHNewEngland
Reviewed 3 days ago

What. A. Tour. Amazing time with our tour guide - I think her name was Gia but can't remember! She was fascinating - an art historian who worked at the Vatican and was originally from Venezuela. She told us an incredible amount of information and...More

Thank Etienne N
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Iva I
Hello. I don't have a credit card to book tours so I wonder if i can just come to your office and buy the tickets? Thank you
23 May 2017|
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Response from Etienne N | Reviewed this property |
I don't think you can pay on arrival for this - it would have to be booked in advance online but I'm not certain about this I'ma afraid!
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MomInWA98391
Are all entry fees included in the "Skip the Line: Colosseum, Vatican and Historic Rome Small-Group Tour"?
24 April 2017|
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Response from Marty W | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the entry fees are all included but the prior reviewer is correct that the allowance to climb the stairs to the dome rim of St Peter's Basilica is extra. The Basilica is awesome enough without having to climb a... More
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travelgirl3644
For those that did the pristine Sistine tour, did you feel you had enough time in the chapel? We're there a lot of other people in there too or was it more intimate? Are you able to take photos or your purse in? Thank you!
9 March 2017|
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Response from John H | Reviewed this property |
We did the pristine Sistine and felt there was ample time in the chapel. I can't remember how much time we had, but it was at least 35-40 minutes. We were in a group of 7 and there were only about 6 other people in the... More
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