Rome is one of the world’s most beautiful and iconic cities. With so much to do and do, it may be difficult to decide what to visit. That's why Gray Line offers a variety of tours to suit different interests and preferences, from food tours to walking tours to explore Rome's fascinating neighborhoods, we have exactly what you’re looking for. Our hop-on hop-off bus tour is convenient and popular, allowing visitors to visit the main attractions at their own pace. With more than 95 years of experience of showing tourists our favorite places, we have the knowledge and expertise to ensure that your trip is a success. Let us help you make the most of your vacation in Rome — the Eternal City.
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The ancient Colosseum is the most iconic attraction in Rome. Completed in 80 AD, the largest historic amphitheater ever constructed and was used to host brutal entertainment between gladiators for classical Romans. The kids will be enthralled by the history of this masterpiece of engineering. You'll be able to take a guided tour of the Colosseum and learn about the gladiatorial games and the daily life of ancient Rome.
The Vatican City is a sovereign city-state that is a must-visit in Rome. It is one of the grandest and most beautiful locations and you'll be able to visit St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel. These are full of some of the most important art ever created and protected by the traditionally dressed Swiss Guards armed with halberds.
The Pantheon is one of the best-preserved buildings from ancient Rome. An ancient temple that's been transformed into a church, it is famous for its huge dome with a large opening to allow a beam of light through. The Pantheon holds the graves of Italian kings and some of the nation’s great artists, including Raphael.
Right at the heart of Rome lies the most famous staircase in the world. The Spanish Steps are an iconic monumental stairway connecting Piazza di Spagna to the Trinità dei Monti church. At their base is the stunning Fontana della Barcaccia. The squares are full of excellent cafés and restaurants where you can watch the world go by.
The 18th-century Trevi Fountain is one of the most famous in Rome. At its center stands Oceanus, a Greek god who was overthrown. For good luck and to ensure that you'll return to Rome, you can use your right hand to throw a coin over your left shoulder into the fountain.
Trastevere is one of Rome’s most fashionable neighborhoods. Known for its charming narrow streets and beautiful architecture, it’s full of pubs and restaurants that fit its character. It's a fantastic place to get a little bit lost and take the kids to discover daily life in Rome.
The ruins of the Roman Forum were once a market and meeting place at the center of the city. It is the location of some of Rome’s most ancient temples, arches and buildings. You'll see the ancient ruins, including the Temple of Saturn and the Arch of Titus, and imagine the hustle and bustle of ancient Roman life.
Piazza Navona is one of Rome’s largest squares and is a superb place to enjoy its architecture. The square stands on the space of a former stadium, is surrounded by incredible buildings and is full of beautiful fountains. One of those is the famous Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi, or the Fountain of the Four Rivers.
The grand landscaped gardens of the Villa Borghese are the perfect place to take a stroll close to the Spanish Steps. The gardens are full of temples, lakes and museums. Take some time to stop at the Galleria Borghese which houses masterpieces by Bernini, Raphael, and Caravaggio.
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