Temple of Antoninus Pius and Faustina
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Overall rating
4.5 / 5
based on 21,170 reviews

Very nice. Mat was very informative, good pace

booked this tour couple of days before i visited. Even though it was early in day (9:15) it worked out well as when day progresses it gets hot. Mat our guide was very good, kept everyone engaged, covered all the places within 3 hrs time (time seemed less believe me) including Pantheon (which was not on list). Worth the price as you can see many attractions within short time frame including getting familiar with history behind the attractions.

Excellent tour of ancient Rome and popular sites!

Was a wonderful tour of the Colusseum, Roman Forum, and then walk to Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona. I had three chidlren, 7, 11, 13, and they all enjoyed it. Were given free time to wander and take photos, due to the time of year. Were given excellent information, our guide was great and easy to understand! Was a fantastic way of seeing most of ancient Rome!

Fantastic tour. Covered so much and great guide

Starting at the Colleseum then on to the Forum followed by a walk to the Pantheon ( you may need cover up ladies although not mentioned by your co) then walk to Trevi fountain and concludes at Piazza Norvana. Excellent English guide with good communication via earphone.

I would recommend this tour anyone's first trip to Rome.

Claudia was delightful. Her knowledge of Roman history was outstanding. She was warm and friendly and very accomodating to everyone on our tour. And she was great with the children. Thank you Claudia!

Very engaging tour guide for our children

This was an excellent tour for a family. Our 10 and 15 year old really were engaged the whole time and the guide Maria was very patient and took time to answer all their questions.

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