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You can spend 4 hours on a half day private tour of Rome with Rudy or one of his team.
Here an example of half day private tour
Every tour is scheduled by you to accommodate your desires
We can start to tour Rome in the morning around 8.00 am and we will go to see:
The Colosseum (stop)
The ancient appian way (stop)
The wedding Cake (driving by)
The Pantheon (stop)
The Trevi fountain (stop)
The Spanish steps (driving by)
San Peter in Vatican (stop)
The service is on deluxe minivan full air conditioned.
The car is full licensed to drive into the historical centre and anytime you will be beside the sites with me as your driving/guide, without walking too much.
After the illustration I will allow you the time to walk in or around the sites.
We will drive around Rome and we will be narrating and point out sites along the way. Once we arrive to the main attractions, like the Colosseum, we will tell you all you’ll want to know about the place and then let you explore it on your own. This is the best way to do it. In fact, if we had to find a parking space each time we get to one of the sites we visit we would not be able to many places, most of the time would be wasted just to look for parking. This way instead we save a lot of time and you get the most satisfactory tour of Rome that covers the major highlights.
If you wish to visit the city with Rudy or one guide of his team walking on all the sites, we can do that having a driver driving for us.
I will need not to drive and looking for parking spots and we will tour the all city on a great way walking all over.
After the illustrations, I will allow you the time for pictures for any site of course.
About the colosseum:
The Italian State has decided to reinforce the security at the Colossium.
Each client with or without reservation must pass through the metal detector.
Nobody are allowed to skip that step.
We can only skip the line after we have passed this control if we will have purchased the tickets online to avoid the queue.
Colosseum is a roman amphitheatre commissioned by Emperor Vespasian. It was built from the 72 to the 80 a.c.. Gladiators combats and wild animal fights were staged by Emperors.
The colosseum could hold up to 55.000 spectators.
The Capitol hill was the symbolic centre of the roman world.The square up the hill was designed by Michelangelo in the 16th Century for the coming in Rome of Charl V.In the bell tower is the first public clock of Rome (1412).
Nicola Salvi designed the most famous and big fountain of Rome in the 1762.The central figure is Neptune.
The water come from the virgin-water aqueduct built by Augustus.
The Victor Emanuel monument was inuugurated in the 1911 in honour of Victor Emanuel the II the first king of unified Italy.Totally covered of withe marble is called by american people "the wedding cake" because of the stange shape.
The San Peter basilica draws pilgrims from all over the world.
Are inside lots of precius works of art like Michelangelo's piet? and beautiful scolptures and mosaics.
The old basilica was built by Constantine in the 4th century a.c. Other artists rebuilt it late.
The Pantheon was a temple to all the gods and is one of the best preserved monuments of Rome.
The roman forum were the centre of the social and political life of the old roman people.