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A Day In Rome And The Vatican
Rome is the capital and the largest city of Italy. Known as the ‘Eternal City’, Rome is one of the world’s most visited tourist destination due to its historic city centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, its famous landmarks, grand palaces, ancient churches, ruins, statues and fountains. Rome is also recognised as one of the fashion capitals of the world, with a growing nightlife scene. 

Meet your tour guide for a private walking tour of Rome and experience one of the most historical cities in the world!

Together with your guide, discover the magic and the glory of the Roman Empire! 
Start your tour through the Eternal City and visit ancient Rome with the legendary Colosseum, one of the largest amphitheater built by the Roman Empire with more than 50,000 seats, in which gladiator contests and public events took place. 
After, continue to the Roman Forum and admire the magnificent Arch of Constantine, erected by the Roman Senate to commemorate his leadership over the Eternal City, and to the Palatine Hill. Continue your walking tour with the Baroque Rome, characterised with fabulous fountains and squares including the super famous Trevi’s fountain, Piazza di Spagna and the Spanish steps, the famous Pantheon and the lively atmosphere of Piazza Navona, with the Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini. 
Off with the today's tour to the Vatican, the home of the Pope - dicover the Vatican museums and the breathtaking Sistine Chapel where a superb collection of homoerotic art can be found.
Inside the Vatican Museums you will find and admire beautiful Greek and Roman sculptures, the magnificent Sistine Chapel painted by Michelangelo, who was gay and catholic. Learn about the scandals occurred within the Papal rooms. 
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