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Dec 18 2019
We had an excellent guide who was not only fun, but very informative and interesting!
Nov 04 2019
We enjoyed both tours. The afternoon Colliseum tour got off to a rocky start as the tour organizers were not punctual to start at 130pm. In addition, we had to wait 1 1/4 hours before we could enter the colliseum as there is a limit on the number of people who can actually be on site at any time. Therefore we looked at other ruins and gardens nearby to fill in the time. Because of elevation issues we had to climb allot of stairs that some members of our tour struggled with in the heat of the day. Finally, these sites are very busy places. Lots of tourists looking for their guides and buskers trying to sell you things. It would be a very good idea to have a designated and identifiable Gray Line meeting location so the clients have a specific place to meet, not just a piazza or arch (of which there are two at the Collisum).
Sep 13 2019
Excellent service, our guide was very good in the explanation and his sense of humor made the tour fun, highly recommended!
Sep 02 2019
Our guide Matteo, was very well versed on the history, myths, stories etc, on the Roman forum, palatine hill, and Colosseum tour. He was eager to teach and kept all the visitors engaged. I would not have had such a good experience if I had just walked into any one of these places without a guide. The experienced guide and the history they can teach, is well worth the price of admission. Rita, on the Vatican tour was very informed as well. You can tell that the guides enjoy what they do, and they do it well. The only problem with the Vatican tour is that the museums and Basilica are so large and packed with people, that the guide is very hard to hear with the background noise and echo in the headsets. This is not the fault of the guide.
Aug 19 2019
Super pour ne pas perdre du temps dans les queues
Aug 11 2019
I felt rushed towards the end with minimal time to look in the gift shop at the Vatican.