Would you like to live Rome first-hand as Romans do, to explore the nooks and crannies and discover some of the hidden gems of our marvellous city and bring wonderful memories of it back with you?

Our tour guide, Francesca, is a qualified, English-speaking, local guide and will be delighted to introduce you the best the city has to offer: Rome’s major attractions, hidden corners and off the beaten track itineraries to help you discover the Eternal City as you would with a trusted Roman friend.

More than a guided tour of Rome, we would like to give you a true roman experience, introducing you to the sights and delights of the most storied city ever!

We offer a selection of tours, from Must-See tours that cover the essential sights to in-depth looks at specific parts of the city.

All our tours are private, and can be customize based on your interests, your age and any special request you may have.

For excursions out of town, we will arrange a car with driver and home pickup. Entrance tickets to the sites will be reserved in advance to skip the line and will be included in the price. 


Ancient Rome Private Tour

A half-day tour, the best introduction to Rome’s classical period.


A tour in the biggest archaeological site in a modern city. A walk through the valley between the Palatine and Capitoline hills, that formed the commercial, religious and political centre of ancient Rome. A dip in the evolution of buildings, in the administration of justice and the sacred processions in Gods’ honour under the watchful gaze of the ancient seat of the Roman State Archive, now seat of the Mayor of Rome, positioned on the top of the hill. We will end up the tour inside the Colosseum highlighting its entertaining function. Booking needed to skip the long entrance queues.

Duration: 3 h.

Price: 2 people €170

           3 people €194

           4 people €211

            5 people €228

City Wonders €299

Heart Of Rome- Private Tour

A half-day introduction to baroque Rome


This tour of charming fountains, big and tiny piazzas and churches will make you enjoy the work of great artists, beginning at the Spanish Steps and  including Navona square decorated with the famous Four Rivers’ Fountain and the Trevi Fountain, where you can toss the coin that will ensure you will return one day to Rome.

The Pantheon, the best conserved Roman temple and the only site that preserved a religious function along the time, is also along the way. The tour will end up on the colourful Campo dei Fiori and the Farnese square.

       Duration: 2h1/2

Price: €140 (2 to 5 people)

The Vatican City And Museums- Private Tour

A half-day tour of the Holy See, a must-see on any itinerary


This tour includes a visit to the highlights of the Vatican Museum, one of the biggest collections in the world, built up by the Roman Catholic Church throughout the centuries. You will visit the Greek, Roman and Egyptian sculptures, the Raphael Rooms (part of the private apartments of Pope Julius II), the Hall of the Tapestries and the astonishing Sistine Chapel, frescoed by Michelangelo and thought to be the largest body of painting executed solely by one artist, considered the greatest masterpiece of Western art.

The tour continues in St. Peter's Basilica, the heart of Catholicism. This vast and awe-inspiring church is rich in decoration, history, and magnificent art.

Booking needed to skip the long entrance queues.

Duration: 3h.

Price: 2 people € 184

           3 people € 216

           4 people € 240

           5 people € 264

 City Wonders €325

Rome in one day- Private Tour

A full-day introductive tour to Rome, containing many of the essential sights


The tour starts on the oldest hill of the Ancient City, the Capitoline, and the astonishing view it offers over the Roman Forum, the political, religious and commercial hub of the roman Republican Age and will pause at the Colosseum to admire the greatness of roman architecture. From there we will cross the heart of Rome walking through the narrow lanes that form the urban lay out of the city centre passing by countless suggestive sites that left clear or hidden traces of their past and witnessing the development of this part of the city mainly built from the XV century, the main squares embellished with charming fountains or obelisks from Egypt (Trevi fountain, Spanish Steps, Piazza del Popolo, Augustan altar of the Peace, Pantheon, Navona square, Campo dei fiori, Largo Argentina, Jewish Ghetto, Tiber Island, Aventin hill and its keyhole).

The second part of the tour continues toward the district by many considered the most authentic in Rome, Trastevere and Gianicolo hill to end up in front of the major church of Christianity, Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican.

Please ask for prices.


The Celio hill and its treasures- Private Tour

Linked to the legend of the etruscan hero Celio Vibenna, who would have helped the king of Rome to conquer it, the hill was also known with the name of Querquetulanus for the presence of oak-groves.

Highlightsthe SS. Quattro Coronati church, great example of architectural transformation along centuries. The original complex, dating back to the VI century, was totally transformed in the IX century. Important art documents enriched the complex in the following centuries. Above all, in the XIII century, a cycle of frescoes depicting scenes of Stories of the emperor Constantine and Pope Sylvester.

S. Clemente basilica, with its different levels of excavation, offers an extraordinary example of the ancient custom of re-using previous buildings for the construction of new ones, a stunning evidence of the multiple reincarnations of ancient Rome.

Duration: 2h.

Price: 2 people € 138

           3 people € 156

          4 people € 168

          5 people € 180

Walking tour of Trastevere- Private Tour: a walk through different periods of the roman history, from the time in which the right side of the river was foreign to the city through the early Christian and the Middle Age, with the building heat that concerned new constructions and restorations, until the Renaissance and the transformations of late 800s that are, nevertheless, little perceivable in this tour made almost entirely of narrow and winding lanes still maintaining their popular character which is so peculiar of that part of the city.

Duration: 2h

Price: €130 (2 to 5 people)

Caravaggio in the roman churches- Private Tour

S. Agostino, S. Luigi dei Francesi, S. Maria del Popolo. A taste of the religious commissions  by the restless and rebellious artist of the XVII century.

Duration: 2h

Price: €130 (2 to 5 people)

In Raffaello footsteps - Private Tour

The Villa Farnesina in Trastevere, a jewel of the renaissance architecture built for the powerful  Tuscan banker Agostino Chigi, nicknamed ‘Il Magnifico’ for the splendour and the magnificence of his life and his patronage towards artists that led him to be remembered as one of the key figures of the Renaissance culture.

Duration: 2h

Price: 130 (2 to 5 people)

The Jewish Ghetto and Tiber Island - Private Tour

A very interesting walking tour going through the small area where Jewish people lived confined for over 300 years, next to the impressive roman ruin of Marcellus’ theatre and a few early Christian churches. Visit of S. Maria in Kosmedin. The tour ends on the Tiber Island, a boat-shaped island of legendary origins in the Tiber river.

Duration: 2h

Price: 130 (2 to 5 people)

Ancient Rome Thermal Baths, Caracalla Baths - Private Tour

The biggest roman public baths, that played such an important part in the lives of the Roman citizens, built during the reign of the Emperor Caracalla. The complex was actually a multifunctional leisure centre and also housed gymnasiums, libraries, gardens, art galleries. The bath was known for its rich interior which featured marble seats, mosaic covered walls and floors as well as fountains and statues.

Duration: 2h.

Price: 2 people € 133

           3 people € 148

          4 people € 158

          5 people € 168

Capitoline Museums - Private Tour

 The most ancient public collection in the world, unique casket of ancient masterpieces and renaissance paintings with a breathtaking view on the Roman Forum.

Duration: 2h.

Price: 2 people € 155

           3 people € 165

          4 people € 192

          5 people € 207

Palazzo Massimo - Private Tour

A few steps away from the main station of Rome houses one of the most interesting collection of classical art in the world. Frescoes of the highest ancient roman painting quality, polychrome mosaics and highly esteemed inlaid works document the evolution of the roman decoration over the centuries and complete the exposition.

Duration: 2h.

Price: 2 people € 156

           3 people € 179

          4 people € 194

          5 people € 210

The Borghese gallery - Private Tour

Former residence of the noble Borghese family, now the queen of the world private collections which includes masterpieces of sculpture and painting among which many Caravaggio paintings. To be booked  in advance.

Duration: 2h.

Price: 2 people € 156

           3 people € 179

          4 people € 194

          5 people € 210

The Aventine hill - Private Tour

Peaceful corner and silent memories nest: along the street where roman generals purified their arms from the enemy’s blood we reach a green peaceful corner dotted with art jewels. Highlights: the early Christian church of S. Sabina, the keyhole and the famous Orange garden.

Duration: 2h

Price: 130 (2 to 5 people)

The Janiculum hill’s charme - Private Tour

Walking tour along the panoramic hill on the right bank of the river, which owes its name to one of the several gods that in antiquity took home here. Hill of great parks, churches and convents, in the 800s theatre of the heroic defence of the short Roman Republic against the French called by the Pope to regain Rome, the Janiculum hill became after the unification of Italy a huge public park and a kind of resurgence memorial.  Highlight: the church of S. Pietro in Montorio and the temple of Bramante.

Duration: 2h

Price: 130 (2 to 5 people)

The Rione Monti and the Suburra

Among the most interesting districts of the city, for the ruins of ancient buildings, medieval towers, small churches and huge basilicas it displays. In roman times it was a folk district with very narrow and dirty streets, brothels and inns of bad reputation and in the Middle Ages it developed a great identity. A journey into history, art and legend of this peculiar roman district.

Duration: 2h

Price: 130 (2 to 5 people)

The mosaics of the Esquiline hill

S. Prassede, coffer of impressive Byzantine mosaics, hosts the most important Byzantine monument in Rome. S. Pudenziana,  built along an ancient roman path on ruins of a II century AD house, part of which was later transformed into a thermal bath in which the church, as we see it now, was then installed and decorated. It contains the most ancient early Christian apse mosaic conserved in Rome. A fascinating path that shows how paganism and Christianity intermingled along centuries.

Duration: 2h

Price: 130 (2 to 5 people)

The archaeological site under the church of SS. Giovanni and Paolo, the Roman Houses

Underneath the basilica of Ss. Giovanni and Paolo on the Celio hill, an extraordinary complex of residential buildings of roman age was discovered in 1887. It shows a suggestive archaeological site of 20 underground rooms partially decorated with frescoes dating back to the III century AD. The buildings are of different age but along the III century AD they were joined together and transformed into an elegant pagan house.

After becoming seat of the early Christian cult, the house was interred at the beginning of the V century in order to allow the construction of the basilica.

Duration: 2h.

Price: 2 people € 133

           3 people € 149

          4 people € 158

          5 people € 168


Would you like to soak up the beauty of roman sights and the delights of roman cuisine and learn how to prepare delicious recipes? All this in an amazing location within the heart of Rome where you will have the opportunity to know the habits of a local family and fee like part of it. This is what we offer you, a slice of roman lived life, experiencing traditional local cooking on an impressive private terrace in an eighteenth centurybuilding within the heart of Rome, overlooking the Pantheon, a unique and beautifully preserved ancient Roman temple whose architecture is still a feat for engineers.  We offer you far more than a standard tourist experience.  The opportunity to live Rome like a Roman whilst learning the history, culture, and customs from a local qualified guide. Besides the tours listed below we also can offer tastings and aperitifs on the same location. If interested in such a special experience do not hesitate to contact us. Price on request. 

Full-day walking tour with dinner – 5 hours

This tour offers you anything that anyone in Rome would do. Two hour-walking tour of the city centre departing at 5pm. It includes the most famous sights and some less well known, but equally charming “hidden corners” (Venice square, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Pantheon, Navona Square, Campo dei Fiori, Farnese square, Palazzo Spada).

Welcome drink followed by lunch or dinner on Silvia’s wonderful terrace overlooking the Pantheon’s dome, set amidst the enchanting rooftops of the old city.

Meal includes a starter, main course, dessert and coffee. Wine is included.

The menu will be based on traditional roman cuisine and fresh seasonal food.

The apartment is on the 4th floor. There is no lift in the building.

Min. number of people: 6

Meeting time at 5pm.

Half-day Food & Art Tour – 4 hours

This guided 4-hour Walking Food & Art Tour gives you an opportunity to experience Rome like a local.  Featuring authentic food stops where you get to savor fabulous tastings, on our tour you really get to experience the best of what Rome has to offer. Along the way you’ll be dazzled with entertaining stories and insights into Rome’s culture and history.

Highlights: Make a wonderful breakfast at the original Cafeteria from Naples;

Discover the most unknown, charming and magic corners of the city centre;

Taste a slice of pizza at the bakery by the famous Campo dei Fiori vegetables market or experience real Rome street food – the fried baccalà fish;

Savor Rome’s  most famous pasta dishes with wine at a typical Osteria Romana away from the touristy spots;

Become a gelato expert by learning how to spot the fake stuff from the real thing;

Try the best café in town at S. Eustachio café.

Top 10 Museums


  • Musei Vaticani
  • Mercato di Traiano / Museo dei Fori Imperiali
  • Musei Capitolini
  • Galleria Borghese in Villa Borghese
  • Galleria Nazionale Arte Moderna (GNAM) / National Gallery – Modern Art
  • Museo di Castel S.Angelo
  • Museo dell’Ara Pacis
  • Museo di Roma in Trastevere
  • Museo Arte Contemporanea (MACRO)
  • MAXXI (Museum of the XXI Century Arts)