Roman Holiday

Curated Activities – Day Tours in Rome

Tivoli Gardens

Fountain at Hadrian's Villa.

You’ll explore the archaeological ruins of Hadrian’s Villa, former home to 2nd- century Emperor Hadrian, and appreciate his private world of temples, statues, a theater and more. After a set lunch (included), you’ll see the Renaissance version of a Roman getaway at the vast gardens of Villa d’Este and the Fountain of Neptune. – by LinkParis.com

Vatican Skip the Line By Night

Early evening in St. Mark's Square.

The end of the day means tourists are heading to dinner. Enjoy the thin crowds as your guide takes you through the Vatican and Sistine Chapel with premier access. – by LinkParis.com

Sistine Chapel and Vatican by Day

Religious figures in Sistine Chapel painting.

The glorious Sistine Chapel took Michelangelo 4 years to finish. He came back 20 years later (!) to paint for another 6 years. See this amazing work by day, plus the Vatican itself. – by LinkParis.com

Colosseum, Forum and More Walking Tour

Nighttime view of Rome's Colosseum.

Guided, premier access 3.5 hour walking tour covers the Colosseum (1st and second tier), Roman Forum, the Curia and Capitoline Hill. Imagine the world of gladiators, raucous spectators and hustling Romans brought to life by your small group guide. – by LinkParis.com

Ninfa and Sermoneta

Hilltop village outside Rome.

Gorgeous countryside and a lovely lunch against a backdrop of ancient roads and gardens? Yes, please. – by LinkParis.com

Athens, the eye of Greece, mother of arts and eloquence” – John Milton

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