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“Fantastic Tour Guide”

Walking Tour in Rome
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Owner description: WalkingTourinRome is a team of authorized local guides who are extremely qualified, specialized in archeology, Christian art, Medieval & Renaissance art. All of our tours are specially-designed and packed with interesting tid-bits and captivating information that will help even the weariest of travelers truly enjoy our knowledgeable excursions. Rome and its museums are our home and we definitely know how to present it to you. We are 100% at your disposal and our professionalism and cautious customer-care will guarantee you nothing but the best! The love and passion that we have for our work shows in each and every tour that we do. So give us a chance, you won't regret it!!
Reviewed 14 April 2015

This was our first time in Rome. We spent the day with Luca and he was fantastic. His knowledge of everyone was boundless. He is warm, personable and funny. He engaged our 16 yr old son in all the attractions. He catered to all the things we wanted to see. If you are going to Rome, don't go unless you call Luca first!!

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Reviewed 29 March 2015

We toured the Vatican with our teen age children with Walking Tours of Rome and had a great experience. We would recommend them. Our guide was very knowledgeable and made the tour very interesting for all of us.

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Reviewed 29 March 2015

This 3 hour walking tour was a great way to see and learn about Rome's famous city attractions (Campo d Fiori, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Spanish Steps and places in between. Our Guide showed us many other palaces, churches and statues and provided an interesting commentary of why they are noteworthy. We walked almost continuously for the 3 hours, but at a leisurely pace with time to savour the sights. A big plus was the small size (6) of the group which allowed us to ask questions and to get to know the other visitors

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Reviewed 21 March 2015

Whether this is your first time in Rome or you frequent the city often , I recommend that you try Luca ... as your tour guide. Luca is funny and warm , very personable and an endless fountain of knowledge , and his ability to tailor the visit to suit each person's interest is impressive. Thank you luca for the experience of a lifetime!
We take care of tourists in Sonoma, CA at our wine shop, and really recognize Luca's professional yet warm and caring efforts.

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Reviewed 27 October 2014

Our third visit to Rome we decided to book a "walking tour" and found this to be one of the best ways to see the city. Our guide said that we walked about 4 miles over all..but it didnt seem so bad as we had lots of stops and chances to rest. We started on the Via Veneto and walked first to the Spanish steps. After a brief stopped we walked down narrow streets, with wonderful old water fountains which the locals use, and to the Trevi Fountain. Though there were many people there that day I did manage to toss my coin and rest a bit. On through more tiny streets to the Pantheon..a highlight of my day. The Pantheon was originally built in 300 A.D. as a Roman Temple but has been a Christian Church for most of its duration...amazing buillding. Our walk ended at the Piazza Nuevo the largest Plaza in Rome with fountains and vendors. After a nice lunch our bus then took us to the Vatican. Though we had been there before, the visit allowed a more thorough look at its treasures. I highly recommend walking in Rome, the best way to see the real city.

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