Private guide in Rome, guided tours in Rome, Italy
Top Attractions in RomeThe Colosseum, The Pantheon, The Capitoline Museums, Galleria Borghese, Vatican Museums, Churches St. Pietro, Piazza di Trevi
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Information about Rome
Rome is a city steeped in legend and history, where incredible architecture and monuments abound and visitors are drawn magnetically to explore its cobblestone streets. This incredible city welcomes millions of honeymooners, history buffs, food enthusiasts, art lovers and religious pilgrims who come to Rome to soak in its romantic ambience.
Private guides in Rome know the very best routes and points of interest for each visitor to be able to enjoy its many delights and discover its fascinating pleasures. Rome’s many famous landmark buildings offer amazing architecture and intriguing historical tales and legends. The Vatican Museum and St. Peter’s Basilica are two important religious buildings that attract many visitors who are awed by the beautiful marble columns and stone ornamentation. Guests in Rome always want to see the world renowned Colosseum, reveling in the tales of gladiators and emperors, and are immersed in legend at the sight of the Forum and the Pantheon.
This ancient hub of Latin civilization was a global center of education, and has nurtured the art of some of the world’s most well -known painters and sculptors, including Michaelangelo, Bernini, Caravaggio and Leonardo da Vinci. The Borghese Gallery and Gardens is a pleasant experience for visitors to Rome. Your private guide in Rome can help ensure your reservations to tour this popular attraction, and also take you to the oldest public gallery in the world- the Capitoline Museums which opened in 1734.
Make sure you throw your penny into the Trevi Fountain, and close your eyes when you make your wish. This area provides many magnificent photo opportunities with such focal points as the Piazza del Popolo and the church of Santa Maria with its Raphael chapel. The Vittoriano is an enormous monument to a united Italy with a lift that takes visitors to its soaring heights for a spectacular bird’s eye view of the city. Your private guide Rome also know where to find the most delectable foods, including amazing gelato, authentic gourmet pizzas and the finest wines. You will love the beauty, history and culture of Rome, and you may even meet the Pope!
You can book any traditional tour (Ancient Rome, Baroque Rome, Vatican Museums), or less crowded walks in the City (Ghetto and Trastevere) or one of the pearls of the countryside (Villa d Este, Villa Adriana, Ostia). Just ask! We ll make it up together.
Hello, my name is Fabio (or Fabius if you like!) and Iím a tourist guide in Rome. I was born and grown up in this wonderful city and I started this job in 2010 because I like culture and the possibility to stay in contact with people coming from every part of the world.
I have been a private local guide of Rome and the Vatican for almost 20 years. I am very passionate about my job, which is why I have been training other professionals in the field for several years. I provide high end tours for adults, but am also specialized in Family Travel with kids and teens.
Born in Sardinia, I'm living in Rome since the 2011 when I moved here for attending my PhD. Actually I felt in love with Romesince the first time when I came here, I was only 4 years old. This love is still in life.
Popular tours in Rome
Culture and History tour in RomeGalleria Borghese
Private tour in RomeRome in a Glance - full day for cruisers
Private tour in RomeTivoli. Villa Adriana and Villa DíEste.
Private tour in RomeVatican Museums and Saint Peter Basilica
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I have hired Cristina for five tours in Rome over the past two years and she has been amazing each time. This year, I brought 24 college students and professors. She led tours of the Colosseum, Forum, central Rome and Ostia Antica. Each time, her incredible knowledge of the sites and their history added great depth to our visit. The students loved her and the professors were impressed with her academic background. Personally, I would have have become interested in Hadrian if she had not inspired me with her tales of him. She has been a joy to work with, and a great asset to our study abroad efforts.