Piazzas, Fountains & Vatican Museums

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A full-day Roman extravaganza!

This full-day tour begins with a visit to some of the most famous and symbolic sights of Rome:

  • Church of San Luigi dei Francesi Pantheon, the world’s largest unreinforced concrete dome.
  • Piazza Navona, the most elegant of all Roman squares, with the Four Rivers Fountain by Bernini
  • Piazza Colonna with the Marcus Aurelius column.
  • Trevi Fountain, the famous baroque fountain, surely one of the icons of Rome.
  • Piazza di Spagna with the magnificent and celebrated Spanish Steps and fountain “La Barcaccia”.

After lunch, your guide takes you to the Vatican Museums to admire one of the richest art collections in the world, including the Sistine Chapel, one of the worlds most celebrated masterpieces.

From the Museum, you enter directly into St. Peter’s Basilica to admire, among others, Michelangelo’s masterpiece La Pietà and the impressive Baldachin Altar by Bernini. The tour ends in St. Peter’s Square, where you can admire Bernini ’s double Colonnade.

What is included in this tour?
  • Skip the line entrance tickets
  • Professional Guide
  • Headsets
  • Lunch
  • Free pick-up service from centrally located hotels (drop-off not included)
  1. Teatro Marcello Start of the tour

    Probably the oldest theater discovered to date, which as its name suggests, is dedicated to Marcello, nephew of Emperor Augustus.

  2. Gueto Judío One of the most charming and eclectic neighborhoods in Rome

    One of the most charming and eclectic neighborhoods in Rome, with small streets and squares full of craft shops and Kosher restaurants (Jews), which also houses the fascinating archaeological area of the ”Porticus Octavie”.

  3. Campo dei Fiori One of the liveliest squares in Rome

    One of the most popular Roman squares, very busy in the morning due to its open-air market, and at night one of the main meeting points of Roman nightlife.

  4. Panteón La Rotonda

    Temple of circular floor erected by Adriano, dedicated to all the Gods (the word ”Pantheon”, of Greek origin, means ”temple of all the Gods”).

  5. Plaza Navona Fountain of the Four Rivers

    One of the most elegant squares of the city, known for its café-terraces, its seasonal fairs, and above all for the ”Fountain of the Four Rivers”, Bernini’s work.

  6. Fontana de Trevi Aqua Virgo

    The Fontana di Trevi is the most famous and ambitious of the monumental fountains of the Baroque in Rome.

  7. Museos Vaticanos Priority entry

    The Vatican Museums have an immense collection of art created by the Popes through the centuries. Highlight, among others, the Pío Clementino Museum (which includes among others works such as the sculpture ”Laocoon and his children” and ”Apollo of Belvedere”), the Gallery of Maps, the Gallery of Candelabra and the Gallery of Tapestries .

  8. Basilica de San Pedro Basílica Sancti Petri

    We will visit the interior of the Basilica of San Pedro, the most important Christian church in the world, heart of the Catholic religion, where you can admire, among other works, ”La Piedad” by Michelangelo and the impressive altar ”Baldaquino” by Bernini.

  9. Plaza de San Pedro End of our services

Fontana de Trevi

La Fontana di Trevi es la más famosa y ambiciosa de las fuentes monumentales del Barroco en Roma.


Templo de planta circular erigido por Adriano, dedicado a todos los dioses (la palabra ”Panteón”, de origen griego, significa «templo de todos los dioses»).