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loved it but the experience could be updated and more inter-active

Really loved all 3 experiences, (forum, paletine hill and colosseum) and the value was good for the money. We paid for a tour guide on top and learned alot from them, many museums these days bring the site to 'life' by having images of how it might have been etc (there were some at Paletine Hill) and these would have been good elsewhere (to help you see what life was like when it wasn't ruins)

Skip the line was nice due to the hot temperatures and crowds.

It was great to skip the line, but the meeting point was unclear and the entry by way of “reserved entrance” seemed more like butting/pushing our way into the security line. Once in the basilica, movement through to the audio guide desk was muddled. You also needed to get on the wifi to download an app. The basilica itself was a wonderful site to see.

Definitely worth the money to skip the enormous queue in very hot sun

You don’t have to wait in the massive queue. You go through a different gate and scan the barcode they send you to get the actual ticket. It’s essentially getting you in much quicker. I enjoyed the Vatican museum more than I expected on the way to see the Sistene Chapel.

An impressive collection well explained by our guide.

Our tour guide Federico shared his knowledge of this impressive collection in a most interesting manner. His insights of the time period were very helpful in gaining an understanding of all the history, with a focus on the sculptor Bernini.

Rome: Borghese Gallery Guided Tour Reviewed by James, 11/08/2019

Defo worth the money if you don't want a quide

If you can book your time slot for the first thing in the morning is better, we got there around 08:15 and the queuing had just started. We got in the correct line and within 10 mins we were soon in the Colosseum viewing the wonders.