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Vatican Museums
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The Holy City
the vatican
Visit the most sacred place in the world– Vatican City. Home to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica and one of the largest collections of art - 20,000 pieces are on display here.
the vatican
the vatican
Visit the most sacred place in the world– Vatican City. Home to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica and one of the largest collections of art - 20,000 pieces are on display here.
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Beloved Pilgrimage Site
20,000 visitors per day
Icon of Imperial Rome
colosseum
Experience the Colosseum as an Ancient Roman and explore the most incredible sites and ruins that still stand today, some thousand years later.
colosseum
colosseum
Experience the Colosseum as an Ancient Roman and explore the most incredible sites and ruins that still stand today, some thousand years later.
Ancient Rome
The eternal city
New 7 Wonders of the World
Aquatic Paradise
tivoli
Discover a magical place full of waterfalls, fountains, and gardens. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Tivoli, Villa D’Este and Villa Adriana is like entering another world, just outside of Rome.
tivoli
Discover a magical place full of waterfalls, fountains, and gardens. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Tivoli, Villa D’Este and Villa Adriana is like entering another world, just outside of Rome.
Waterfalls & Villas
Renaissance Gardens
A Roman Countryside Retreat
A City Frozen in Time
pompeii
Uncover the land of the lost Pompeii. Wander around the incredibly preserved ruins - all that is left behind from this ancient civilization.
pompeii
pompeii
Uncover the land of the lost Pompeii. Wander around the incredibly preserved ruins - all that is left behind from this ancient civilization.
Buried Civilization
Day Trip from Rome
UNESCO World Heritage Site
Enhance your experience
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A Taste of Rome Food Tour
€ 65,00
Per person
Campo de Fiori, Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere
4 hours
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4.90
63 REVIEWS
Looking for one of the best things to do in Rome? Our expert guide will take you on a 4-hour Rome food tour in the heart of the historic center – from Campo de’ Fiori towards Trastevere - to taste the best, local Italian cuisine. We’ll stop at local eateries that produce only the highest quality, traditional foods and an excellent selection of Italian wines, before heading to a cozy Roman trattoria for a locally-sourced and mouth-watering supper. An essential part of your Rome itinerary. So come hungry!
€ 65,00
Per person
Colosseum, Imperial Forums, The Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona
3 hours
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4.67
3 REVIEWS
Discover the magic of Rome at night. This walking tour takes you through the best places to visit in Rome as the sun sets over the city. Stroll past all of the must-see destinations, starting with the magnificent Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and Capitoline Hill. Your passeggiata (leisurely Italian walk) continues as you encounter Piazza Venezia, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, and Piazza Navona - the most famous monuments in Rome, now beautifully illuminated by night. This enchanting sightseeing tour is essential when visiting Rome.
€ 45,00
Per person
Villa Adriana, Tivoli, Villa d'Este
7 hours
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5.00
1 REVIEWS
Travel from Rome to Tivoli in a comfortable bus on this day trip to Hadrian’s Villa and the Villa d’Este with an expert guide. Enjoy a lunch in town between the two visits.

  • Visit the impressive Villa d’Este and Hadrian’s Villa in the charming town of Tivoli
  • Marvel at the beauty of these two UNESCO World Heritage Sites with a local guide
  • Relax over a delicious lunch in one of Tivoli’s authentic restaurants
€ 85,00
Per person
Pompei
12 hours
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5.00
4 REVIEWS
Our round-trip shuttle bus service and tour from Rome is the perfect way to visit Pompeii. One of the most traveled to destinations in Italy, with the best-preserved site of excavated ruins, Pompeii is both haunting and fascinating.
And with this unique option,you have the best of both worlds.
Your full day of sightseeing begins with a 2-hour guided tour with an expert guide, after which you will have 2 more hours to explore this lost civilization on your own - and all without having to worry about transportation. An ideal day trip from Rome.
€ 108,00
€ 90,00
Per person
Church of Santa Maria del Popolo, via Ripetta, Church of Santa Maria della Pace, Church of Sant'Agostino, San Luigi dei Francesi, Pantheon
3 hours
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5.00
3 REVIEWS
An expert guide will accompany you on a unique Roman art walking tour spanning from Piazza del Popolo to the Pantheon – covering some of the best places to visit in Rome.

We will follow in the footsteps of the most influential and prolific painters of the Renaissance - Raphael Sanzio, and one of the most rebellious artists in Italian history - Caravaggio, who revolutionized Renaissance painting. We will discover the works of these great masters in some of the most beautiful churches in the historic center.

This Rome art walking tour concludes with an aperitivo of typical Roman tastings at a local restaurant in the Pantheon area.
€ 55,00
Per person
Vatican museums, Sistine Chapel, Basilica of Saint Peter
3.5 hours
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Not your typical Vatican tour. Yes, you will still discover the amazing papal collections that can be found inside the Vatican Museums, but this Vatican tour goes a bit deeper, underground St. Peter’s Basilica where you’ll find another hidden treasure – the Papal Tombs.

First witness Michelangelo’s Pieta - the breathtaking sculpture inside St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City, Rome. This moving image of the Virgin Mary holding Jesus Christ after the Crucifixion is one of the most famous statues of the Renaissance period. You’ll also see St. Peter’s Baldachin by Bernini, an elaborate Baroque-style bronze sculpted canopy which decorates the high altar of St. Peter’s Basilica.

Now it’s time to explore underground St. Peter’s Basilica. Along with the ancient Roman catacombs, the papal tombs of St. Peter’s in the Vatican are some of the most intriguing sites of Rome. Also referred to as the Vatican Grottoes or the Crypt beneath St. Peter’s Basilica, your guide will reveal the histories and mysteries behind this important burial site. Religious or not, the sacred relics, art and history that can be found within the Vatican Museums and St. Peter’s Basilica is a must-see when in Rome.

ADD ON OPTION: St. Peter’s Dome Climb:
And if you wish to explore more (this time to the top) you can add on the option to climb the glorious St. Peter’s Basilica Dome.
€ 59,00
Per person
Largo di Torre Argentina, Turtle Fountain, Portico of Octavia, Major Temple of Rome, Tiber Island, Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere, Piazza Farnese, Campo de Fiori
3 hours
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4.50
6 REVIEWS
This must-see sightseeing tour of Rome guides you through the charming, historic neighborhoods of Trastevere and the Jewish Ghetto - two of the best places to visit in Rome.

Our journey begins in the center at Largo di Torre Argentina as we enter the ghetto, visiting its most famous attractions with an external visit to the synagogue. Next on this Rome itinerary is Trastevere – the famous artistic quarter and home to the beautiful church of Santa Maria.

This unique walking tour ends in Campo de’ Fiori – a square loved by locals and filled with street artists, live music and bustling cafés. The perfect way to see the undiscovered – and very best of Rome.
€ 55,00
Per person
Vatican City Walking Tour
€ 45,00
Per person
Vatican museums, Sistine Chapel
3 hours
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4.57
7 REVIEWS
The most beloved place to visit in Rome, this unique Vatican tour includes the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel. All must-see destinations when visiting Vatican City - now beautifully illuminated by night and without the crowds. 
€ 45,00
Per person
Arch of Costantine, Colosseum
1.5 hours
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Discover the magic of Rome by night with this special tour of the Colosseum under the moonlight.

This exclusive, intimate experience is an amazing way to see the most famous monument in Rome.

You get to witness this iconic amphitheater beautifully illuminated under the moonlight. You’ll also avoid the normal daytime crowds and have the Colosseum (mostly) to yourself, so you can admire all its beauty and splendor - a sight more magical at night.

Entering the Colosseum Arena floor, you will explore this world-famous landmark from a unique perspective - walking through the special Gladiator’s Gate door.

Discover the secret world underneath the ancient Colosseum. This underground tour of the Colosseo with its hidden dungeons and dark, cryptic past is even more intriguing by night.

Learn the fascinating history and stories of the ancient Roman Gladiators as you are literally walking the same path that they once did.

This Colosseum under the Moon tour is a unique experience and the most special evening in Rome.
€ 85,00
Per person
Apostolic Palace - Castel Gandolfo, Barberini Gardens
4 hours
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This unique tour begins with the most exclusive half-day trip from Rome – to the Pope’s Summer Residence in Castel Gandolfo, including a visit with an audioguide to Villa Barberini gardens and to the apostolic Papal Palace, overlooking the lake Albano.

  • Discover one of the most exclusive destinations recently opened to the public by Pope Francis
  • Enjoy a full view of Lake Albano during the visit to the Apostolic Palace with your audioguide
  • Explore the Pope’s Summer Residence in Castel Gandolfo
  • Admire Pope’s private gardens on an ecological golf car using your audioguide
  • Have lunch inside the Papal gardens area at the Papal “Padiglione del riposo”
€ 40,00
Per person
3 hours
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This unique bus and walking architecture tour allows you to explore the obscure district of EUR. Originally chosen in the 1930's as the site for the 1942 World Fair, Mussolini's building project in Esposizione Universale Roma (EUR) included an architecture style that was truly the first of its kind."Rational Architecture" was defined by its modern, exaggerated and authoritarian structures, using the same type of stone as the Colosseum.

Unfortunately, the onset of WWII prevented the World Fair from actually happening, but you can still see the architecture, now a symbol of this Fascist period of Italy. An undiscovered neighborhood with buildings so unique, they stand out from the rest of Rome.
€ 300,00
Per person
MARTELLA'S FAMILY
our story
MARTELLA'S FAMILY
A tradition spanning two centuries.
It was 1930 when the Martella family moved to Rome to start what would become a story of successful entrepreneurs. A journey that began in the field of public construction, leading them to become the founders of one of the most dynamic tour operators in the capital.
The Martella's built some of the most important streets in Rome and today, on those same roads, they now lead millions of tourists who have come to admire the beauty of their city.
The “sampietrini” the famous stones used for paving the main streets of Rome) of via Celio Vibenna, just to name one of the roadway works, were completed by the family firm, as well as the discover of the horse statues in front of the Colosseum under the supervision of the curator Arch. Rossella Rea.

Wanting to share their home of Rome in a special way with the rest of the world, Enjoy Rome was born in 1992 in via Marghera before moving to the modern offices in via Cavour. And from that moment on, Enjoy Rome has continued to grow.
With carefully selected award-winning guides, top-notch service and tour experiences of the highest quality, Enjoy Rome has stayed true to their roots and humble beginnings.
While their area of focus may have shifted a bit from constructing roads to building memorable experiences for those visiting their beloved Rome, the Martella’s continue with their same original principles and work ethic – and remain as passionate about their city as ever.

Designed with traveling tourists in mind even down to their operational hubs, both in the immediate vicinity of Vatican City – Via Vespasiano and Via Germanico, making it as easily accessible to their clients as possible. There is even a refreshment point for their customers to relax and recharge before or after their tour.
From walking the streets of Rome (some actually built by the Martella family themselves) with the best guides around, you can Enjoy Rome to the fullest.
Now expanding their offerings to new destinations beyond the Eternal City – like Florence, Venice, and Naples.
AN EXTRAORDINARY EXPERIENCE WHEN IN ROME

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Best Guides Around
Best Guides Around
Because we work solely with licensed guides with degrees in Archaeology, History of Arts and PhDs – Enjoy Rome has some of the best tour guides around.
Exceptional Customer Service
Exceptional Customer Service
Our qualified staff is here to help 9am - 5pm everyday.
Take a few minutes to recharge - before or after your tour. Our office lounge has a bathroom, recharging station for all of your devices, refreshments, and a vending machine for you to enjoy.
Almost 30 Years of Experience
Almost 30 Years of Experience
Our expert guides take you to the must-see destinations as well as the undiscovered places to enjoy wonderful tours in small groups or in private tours.
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Enjoy Rome Blog
03 May 2021
Many a cobbled Roman street leads to a piazza and the sound of trickling water in a fabulous fountain. Rome has some of the most breathtaking piazzas in the world, full of historic significance, a place to meet friends and loved ones, a spot to enjoy a bite or pre-dinner apéritif, and the perfect place to watch the world go by. Each square has a unique feel, a story to tell, and a particular atmosphere. Here is a snapshot of four of Rome’s most beautiful piazzas. Piazza San Pietro (Saint Peter’s Square) One of Rome’s largest and most impressive piazzas, Piazza San Pietro, designed by Baroque artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini, stands at the entrance to Saint Peter’s Basilica. The piazza is an impressive size measuring 320m by 240m. Impressive for many reasons, the curved colonnades around the outside of the piazza feature four rows of 284 columns. Above the columns are 140 statues of saints, constructed in 1670. Two circular matching fountains stand on either side of the central obelisk, one created by Bernini in 1675 and the other by Maderno in 1614. In the center of the piazza is a 25m high obelisk that originated from Egypt and was moved to Rome in 37 AD. Piazza Navona Piazza Navona is a magnificent square, home to three elegant Baroque fountains. Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers) created in 1651 takes center stage and is topped by the Obelisk of Domitian. The piazza itself was built on the remains of an ancient Roman stadium, the Stadium of Domitian, where the ancient Romans went to watch the games. At each end of the piazza is a fountain, both designed by artist Giacomo della Porta. At the south end is the Fontana del Moro, and the other is Fontana del Nettuno. At night the fountains are beautifully lit creating a distinct atmosphere. Definitely a piazza to explore on an evening stroll. The Brazilian Embassy enjoys its location in the 17th century Palazzo Pamphili. Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere Located across the other side of the Tiber in the heart of the Trastevere neighborhood is Piazza di Santa Maria. Positioned in this square is one of the oldest churches in Rome, dating back to the 3rd century, the Basilica di Santa Maria in Trastevere. In the center of the Piazza, in front of the Basilica is a fountain which is thought to be one of the oldest in the Eternal City, dating back to the 8th century. Reconstruction of the fountain took place between 1499 and 1500 by Donato Bramante. With many of the cobbled streets leading to the piazza hosting an array of independent restaurants and bars, the piazza comes to life at night. The steps of the fountain are the perfect place to relax, enjoy an ice cream and people watch. Piazza della Rotonda Piazza della Rotonda offers the perfect view of the Pantheon, an incredible architectural feat, featuring the world’s largest unreinforced concrete dome. When standing inside the Pantheon, which is also a church, it is incredible to see the light coming through the Pantheon’s oculus. It’s even more amazing to be inside when it is raining and raindrops are coming through the dome. Smaller than some of the other squares, the piazza also hosts the Fontana del Pantheon along with an obelisk that was added in 1711. Commissioned by Pope Gregory XIII, the Fountain of the Pantheon was designed by Giacomo Della Porta in 1575. Sculpted out of marble, this water feature stands proudly in front of the Pantheon. If you would like to find out more about Rome’s piazzas, join us for a tour with one of our expert guides. Check out all our tours here
01 May 2021
Allow us to introduce you to Ilaria who has been working as an Enjoy Rome Tour Guide for a number of years. As an award-winning Tour Agency, we strive to always deliver a superior service, ensuring that our visitors receive the best service and tours. As such, we work solely with licensed guides who have degrees and PhDs in Archaeology and the History of Arts. Our expert multi-lingual Tour Guides have exceptional knowledge of the Eternal City and other places in Italy where we operate tours (Venice, Florence, Tivoli, and Pompei. All tours are listed on www.enjoyrome.com). They love sharing their knowledge and insights with visitors. Every year thousands of guests join us for tours and learn about the history of the Vatican, Colosseum, Roman Forum, and many other historic places and monuments. What is the best thing about being an Enjoy Rome Tour Guide? “I enjoy meeting people from all over the world and sharing information about my wonderful city with them. No two groups are the same. Visitors come to Italy from all over the world. They have different interests and things they want to know about. The great thing about smaller group tours is being able to have conversations with our visitors as a group. Often one person’s question will spark an interest in that topic with someone else in the group. I love seeing people’s reactions when they see something spectacular for the first time. Rome has so many breathtaking views, works of art, and ancient buildings, and particularly for those who are visiting for the first time, it is lovely to see their reactions. For me, it’s a pleasure to introduce people to the Eternal City.” What are the benefits to visitors of a small group, private or semi-private tour of the Vatican or Colosseum? “The major benefit is that our tours have local tour guides leading them. It’s not just a recording people are listening to, so our visitors have the chance to interact, ask questions and get more in-depth knowledge. They can also ask for recommendations of places to visit or restaurants where they can eat typical Roman cuisine. Many of our tours are ‘skip the line’ so it’s quick to access places such as the Vatican and Colosseum. At certain times of the year these locations are extremely crowded so being able to skip the line means starting the tour without having to hang about in long queues. This is a massive benefit particularly when it’s hot. With a local tour guide who has grown up in the city and knows the city inside out, visitors gain an insider’s perspective and often get a sneak peek at some hidden gems.” If you were asked for the top 5 things to see and do in Rome, what would you recommend? “With so many amazing things to see and do and places to visit, it’s hard to pick just 5. If someone is visiting for the first time, I would recommend visiting: The Vatican The Colosseum The Roman Forum The City Centre (covers well-known locations such as the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, and the Pantheon, to name just a few) Trastevere We look forward to welcoming you soon.” To find out more about our tours of Rome, check out enjoyrome.com or take a look at our blog for some insights into some of the delights Rome offers.
29 Apr 2021
We love welcoming visitors to Rome. We know what an incredible city we live in and always take great pleasure in offering all our guests a special experience. Exceptional customer service is at the heart of what we do. We aim to offer superior customer service from the moment someone visits our website or contacts us via social media, WhatsApp, phone, or in-person when entering our office. Features Because of the restrictions imposed by the pandemic, we have ensured our bright and airy office close to the Vatican is set up to welcome visitors again safely. We have installed perspex screens at the reception desk and put social distancing measures in place; we have hand sanitizer available and ensure all staff and visitors wear masks. Location The Enjoy Rome office is strategically located close to the Vatican City, just a five-minute walk to the Vatican Museums and a ten-minute walk to the Ottaviano Metro station. It is here that guests joining us for one of our Vatican Tours check in to meet their tour guides. We know that there is a lot to see on our tours and there will be a lot of walking, which is why we chose this location for one of our offices. Many other tour companies meet their guests in front of the Vatican. We like to offer our visitors a place where they can relax before or after their tours. Our offices have a comfortable lounge and bathroom, plug sockets to recharge mobiles and electronic devices, refreshments, a vending machine, and an ATM cash machine. Staff and Tour Guides We are fortunate to work with licensed guides from the City Council of Rome. Our expert tour guides have degrees and PhDs in Archaeology and the History of Arts. Our Enjoy Rome staff are available to help our visitors and will happily answer questions, provide maps and make recommendations for places to visit or restaurants and bars to eat at. When you join an Enjoy Rome small group guided tour, you can always expect a very warm welcome and a memorable experience.
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