St. Peter's Basilica
St. Peter's Basilica is a Late Renaissance church located within Vatican City.
The Sistine Chapel is a large and renowned chapel in the Apostolic Palace, the official residence of the Pope in the Vatican City.
The Vatican Museums are the museums of the Vatican City and are located within the city's boundaries
Amphitheatrum Flavium or Coliseum is the largest amphitheater in the world, located in the city center of Rome
The Roman Forum is a rectangular forum surrounded by the ruins of several important ancient government buildings at the center of the city of Rome
The Trevi Fountain is the largest and one of the most famous fountains in Rome; is considered one of the most famous fountains in the world.
The building is circular with a portico of large granite Corinthian columns build during the reign of Augustus.
Elegant square dating from the 1st century A.D., with a classical fountain, street artists & bars
SKIP THE LINE! – See in one day all the highlights of Rome! This combination walking tour includes two of our most popular walking tours in one day: Vatican morning walking tour including Vatican museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica AND Ancient & Old Rome afternoon walking tour including the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, Capitoline Hill, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon and Piazza Navona. On this tour you will admire Rome’s must-see art and architecture, all in a one day. Total lenght of this tour is six hours.
From Monday to Saturday at 9.00 AM
Von Montag bis Samstag täglich um 8.30 AM
Combination Walking Tour consist of two tours, first Vatican walking tour and second Ancient & Old Rome walking tour:
Vatican tour starting time and meeting point:
Tour starting time:
From Monday to Saturday daily at 9.00 AM
Von Montag bis Samstag täglich um 8:30 AM
Tour meeting point:
Vatican walking tour meets at Enjoy Rome office in Via Germanico 8 – corner with Via Leone IV.
Ancient & Old Rome tour starting time and meeting point:
Tour starting time:
From Monday to Saturday daily at 2.00 PM
Von Montag bis Samstag täglich um 13.30
Tour meeting point:
Ancient and Old Rome walking tour meets outside Colosseo metro station (Line B) behind the green newsstand.
Euro 66,00 Over 26’s
Euro 56,00 Under 26’s
The tour price above includes both Vatican walking tour and Ancient & Old Rome walking tour.
Please note that the tour price above does not include the admission fee for Vatican museums or for the Colosseum. Admission fee for Vatican museums is 23euro for adults and 16euro for students under 26’s with a valid ISIC card and for people under 18 years old. Admission fee for the Colosseum is 15euro per person.
Both the tour price and the admission fees will be paid in cash in the beginning of the tour.
Dress code for Vatican: Shoulders and knees must be covered and men have to wear full lenght trousers. Please note that for security reasons it is not possible to bring large bags, backbags, troleys etc. inside the Colosseum.
PLEASE NOTE: Note for the Vatican walking tour departuring on Wednesday morning: on Wednesday morning there is the possibility that you will be unable to enter St. Peter’s Basilica. This is due to the weekly Papal Audience on Wednesday mornings during which access to the basilica might be closed.
You can book by giving us your credit card details as quarantee but the amount stated on the reservation will be paid in cash only to the tour guide.
Cancellation policy: No penalty for cancellations made up to 48 hours in advance. After this term the full amount of the reservation will be charged on the credit card. Your credit card will be charged only if you don’t honour your booking.
This tour is not wheelchair accessible.
Did Tour of Vatican in the morning. Very interesting and guide was knowledgeable - the whole thing was very organized. Had slight problem with the headsets (nothing they can do about it, but was frustrating because we missed information)
Did Colosseum etc. tour in the afternoon with Arianna and she was FABULOUS! Had some trouble getting our group into the Colosseum initially (spent 20 mins waiting) but she stayed positive and had the tour go an extra 45 minutes for those who could stay - she was knowledgable and fun!! Definitely recommend!
They were both 3 hour long walking tours.
Make sure you have good walking shoes, because that\'s a lot of walking with a 15-20 min break in the middle of each tour. I\'m in good health and 37, but it was quite tiring if you are walking around Rome before the tour also.
The first tour, \"Ancient and old Rome\" was lead a native of Rome and a student of archaeology. She was friendly, enthusiastic about the subject and very pleasant to deal with. We walked around the Piazza Navona, Trevi fountain, Pantheon, forum and Coliseum. We all had headsets and for the for the most part could hear the tour as long as we stayed within say 10 metres or so. The pace of walking was comfortable.
The tour ends at the Coliseum, so bring a map if you need to navigate back.
The second tour, around the Vatican was a bit more rushed because there was so much to see and a lot of other tour groups operating also.
At times the tour guide would rush ahead and tell us over the radio headsets to turn left or right at the next junction and stop there.
The Vatican was quite busy (Wednesday afternoon), and sometimes we had to wait until other groups had finished at a certain item of interest.
You could easily spend an entire day in the Vatican, so 3 hours was a bit rushed.
Although the tour ends inside the Vatican so you are free to continue exploring afterwards. Unfortunately a lot of people including myself had trouble with the radio headset reception on the Vatican tour, so you had to stay fairly close to the tour guide to hear the commentary. The batteries of the headsets may not have been recharged fully.
In general, it was worth having a tour guide rather than mindlessly passing by the artefacts without understanding their history.
I booked both tours over the internet, but I think other people on the tour paid maybe €10 less for each tour. I think there must be a premium paid for booking over the net, which is counter-intuitive to what you might think.
You may get a better deal by paying at the office, assuming they have room in the group for you.
Overall, the tours were worthwhile.
The tour guides were friendly, and despite other reviews they did ensure that everyone stayed in the group as they are financially responsible for each radio headset.