Marisa Ficorella, Archaeologist and Qualified Guide

A unique occasion to discover Rome, and its history.
Based on my experience, the best way to enjoy this overwhelming city is to choose to split highlights in two or more half days.
The schedule below is suggested for a first visit, and is made by two "basic tours". Book my tours separately if interested in "extended tours".
Together with me, Marisa, qualified and local tourist guide you'll spend

- 3 hours touring the Ancient Rome
Colosseum and the Roman Forum
(suggested start 8. 30 am to beat the heat)

- 3 hours
touring Vatican City
Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and the St. Peter's Basilica
(suggested start noon to beat the crowd)

Then you can spend the rest of the day for shopping, wandering around the downtown of Rome, admiring its fountains and plazas.

--> IMPORTANT <---
The basilica of St.Peter is a working church so can be close without notice for religious events. 


- Follow the dress code(kids, men and women)
--> Knees and shoulders must be covered 
- The Museum is always very busy. Choose to start at noon or 1 pm if you want to avoid crowds.

Read the detailed report of two days with me 
on the blog of Howard, a client of mine in the 2013

Two halfdays with Marisa (Vatican and Ancient Rome)

Colosseum+ Forum/ Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter Basilica

2 halfdays

(3 hours per day, timing may change depending from your interest and pace)

300€ (price per group not per person)

34€ a head - 

prepaid admission tickets for the Colosseum/Vatican (not included)

RAIN POLICY: This tour is provided even in case of rain. We'll use umbrellas and raincoats. Tour is partially outdoor. 

main entrance of the Vatican Museums, Viale Vaticano/ subway station Colosseum