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We joined the Colosseum tour run by Rome Free Tour which starts at the Spanish Embassy at the bottom of the Spanish Steps at 4pm.
Despite the heat and crowded streets our guide Julia managed our large group very easily making sure everyone could hear...More
Writing a short review on Rome, possibly of 1,000 words, is like “putting an ocean in a cup”. Rome with many different historical layers building this beautiful city through centuries is a vista of 3,000 years of globally influential art, architecture and culture. We were...More
Rome fulfils all that it promises. History, paintings, sculptures and food. The Vatican, the Colosseum,the Trevi fountain and lots more. Ideally a month would be less to savour all these things in some detail. The traffic is like all other major cities but the people...More
The attraction of Rome is its Piazas- the very beautifully adorned Open Spaces in front of Grand Buildings. Tourists flock at Piazas viewing the grand structures, sculpture, eating at Restaurants and enjoying traditional music! Never miss an afternoon or an evening at various Piazas which...More
When one thinks of Rome, one’s mind is instantly filled with thoughts of its rich historical legacy of rulers such as Julius Caesar, the heavenly pairing of authentic Italian pizzas with wine and an abundance of awe-inspiring monuments. Regarded as one of the most beautiful...More
I had planned a trip to Switzerland with my family in May 2015 and were scheduled to fly Bombay to Geneva with a lay over of around 6 hours in Rome. Only a day before flying, I decided to make the most of this layover....More
Unfortunately our guide tour Angalika who took us for 4pm tour from Spanish steps was not good. She didn't give any historical stories to relate to the places. Didn't go to most of the places nearby. The audio devices was in some other direction, mic...More
My recent visit to Rome made whole things different what I heard and saw in books... it is really worth going inside but more going into live history better hire a guide to tell you each and every gates of coliseum. 35 euros for a...More
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The Vatican guided tour, charged @€ 15-40/ person, takes about 3.30 hrs on foot to cover various Vatican Museums, Vatican Square and the main Basilica. We visited only the Vatican Square and the main Basilica (the prime... More
The Vatican guided tour, charged @€ 15-40/ person, takes about 3.30 hrs on foot to cover various Vatican Museums, Vatican Square and the main Basilica. We visited only the Vatican Square and the main Basilica (the prime Church) without guide for which we had to stand in queue for half an hour.