My specialty is planning and providing Rome archaeological and historical tours.
In addition to those walks, I do provide also walking tours of historical neighborhoods and guided tours of archeological museums or art galleries.
If you do not know what to choose or you want to request a customized itinerary, just send me message: I’ll be happy to create a specific itinerary for you.
- Ancient Rome basic tour
- Ancient Rome extensive tour : Forum, Colosseum and Palatine Hill
- Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
- Underground Rome (Classic)
- Underground Rome (New)
- Daily life in the Ancient Rome
- Campus Martius walking tour
- Imperial Fora walking tour
- Circus Maximus and Velabrum
- Fullday Ancient Rome
- Ancient Ostia by train
suggestions from Marisa
3.The National Museum of Archaeology: Palazzo Massimo
4. The National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia
5. The Vatican Museums (not available in June/July)
I’m a 100% Roman guide.
I was born and raised in Rome and I’m still discovering new churches or museums. It would take you a life to visit every archaeological site or museum.. A careful selection is warmly suggested: schedule few sites per day and spend the rest of the day enjoying the Dolce Vita, maybe with a glass of vino..
I’m here to help you in this choice: we can plan together your Roman Holiday. Together we can choose the perfect tour for you, with the best timing and tips to avoid lines, the heat or the crowd.
Remember that there is no such thing as “must-see” site or museum: we’re all different, and we may prefer an outdoor walk to a museum.
Share with me your likes and dislikes: with me as your Personal Guide, you’ll have a local at your service!
I’m ready to reply to every questions about the Roman History… but I’m also here to let you discover traditions and lifestyle of the “modern”Rome.
During my tours, you can sip the best coffee in Rome or taste the thin-crust pizza (Roman Style) or enjoy an authenic Italian gelato.
I’ll suggest you my fav place in town to enjoy a genuine meal!
Are you ready to discover “my” Rome?
Now put on your walking shoes..and follow me 🙂