Rome Tours

Dec 7 11:52 2011 Mimi Rippy Print This Article

Rome, also known as the Eternal City and the capital of Italy is the 11th most-visited city in the world and the most preferred tourist attraction in Italy.

Rome,Guest Posting also known as the Eternal City and the capital of Italy is the 11th most-visited city in the world and the most preferred tourist attraction in Italy. It is said of the allurement of the city that one can live here a lifetime and not see enough!  Of course that does not mean you have to lose out on the breath-takingawesome sites; which is why there are several types of Rome tour packages you can choose from: from tailored and/or personal walking tours’ to ‘bus tours’, or to ‘guided tours’, all tailored to your convenience.

 Rome walking tours: Rome is a great city for walking. You must allow yourself enough time to just wander to enable yourself to experience what the Romans call "la bella città" or “The beautiful city”! There’s nothing like experiencing the Eternal city in the early evening, engrossed in the dusky Italian sunset by taking to the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, the Palentine Hill and Contantine’s Arch. Other famous sights you MUST take to/check out include the Colosseum, Vatican City, Vatican museum and Gardens.

Rome bus tours: Hop-on and hop-off as you wish with the open top bus tours; choosing between a more northern route going past the Borghese Gallery and Piazza del Popolo or to the more central part of Rome going past the Quirinale while running alongside the Tiber. You do not need to fear losing out on the sights by choosing one over the other as the routes criss-cross and run next to each other at various points, where you can switch from one itinerary to the other as and when you prefer.

Rome guided tours: Expert-guided tours, with native English-speaking guides are another very enjoyable option for people who want to hear the inside stories of the most important sites and museums. Believe us, having an Italian-speaking friend or reading a guide book will guide you to an extent but you don’t know what you lose out on until you experience one of these expert-guided tours for the most complete history and stories. They are not referred to as ‘experts’ for no reason!

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