Even if you think that you know Rome, the city still manages to surprise over and over again. Every corner you turn and every time you look up to the sky.
When you think that you have captured the spirit, Rome can still leave you speechless showing you that it can do and give even more!
When you feel certain that you have seen it all, Rome gives you a glimpse of something new and leads you to a new , pathway and a secret to be revealed…

Day  1 – Every day from the first to the last, Rome will make your heart beat faster with emotion. We propose a classic tour that will reveal the most impressive areas of the city. Let’s proceed: the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Campo de’ Fiori, Piazza Farnese and finally to Trastevere to wander around the small intimate piazzas in one of the most beautiful and popular residential areas of the city.

Day  2 – The Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, the Quirinale Palace and then Piazza Venezia with the “Altare della Patria” and the Vittoriana complex, the Imperial Forums, the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. If that is not enough for the second day, you can also add the Constantin arch, the Domus Aurea and the San Clemente Basilica.

Day  3 –  Today you can dedicate the time to the discovery of the Vatican city: to the Vatican Museums, the San Pietro Museums and square, Castel Sant’Angelo, Capitol Hill, the Ara Pacis Museum and the Gianicolo terrace which has one of the best views in Rome

Day  4 – There is still an area of the centre to visit – Via del Corso. A walk around Piazza di Spagna is a “must” with the famous Barcaccia  fountains and Spanish steps that lead to the church of the “Trinità dei Monti”.. You will then wander across “Pincio” and then towards beautiful  Villa Borghese. The city tours then descends towards Piazza del Popolo towards Palazzo Montecitorio, which is the seat of the House of Representatives and Palazzo Madama that houses the Senate, to then follow towards Piazza Colonna, to admire the columns of Marco Aurelio  and finally to Piazza Venezia. From Piazza Venezia you can walk to the Jewsish Ghetto to see the beautiful Fontana delle Tartarughe and have a wonderful dinner at a Kosher restaurant.

Day 5 – The Via Trionfale: not only an incredibile view over part of Rome but you will walk in the path of the Ancient Roman soldiers. In the afternoon you will visit the Ostia Antica excavation area: a testimony of Rome that once was, where you can still find traces of the daily life of the Great Empire. In this case you will travel out of the city limits, but it is really worth it!

Something special:

  • Rome of “ La Dolce Vita” traveling on a vintage Vespa
  • Themed Team building and a private dinner organized at the Cinecittà film studio
  • Become a Gladiator for a day at the School of the Roman Historical Group
  • Saddle up for a bike tour around the Regional Park “ Appia Antica”: one of the last secrets of Rome.
  • Market day: shop around the stalls, choose the best ingredients, cook together and enjoy your creations and those of others for dinner! ,