ROME SHORE EXCURSION & Colosseum and Roman Forum (optional)

Optional: Vatican Museums -Sistine Chapel and St.Peter’s Basilica


With this Rome shore excursion you can enjoy an overview of the city of Rome plus a  Colosseum tour in just one day.

Our English-speaking driver/escort will pick you up near the gangway of your ship for a private Rome shore excursion to discover the city of Rome. The main stops when you arrive in Rome include: the Piazza Venezia, where you can take a look at the Monument of Victor Emmanuel (first Italian king) and Mussolini’s balcony; the Capitoline hill (one of Rome seven hills) with an amazing view over the Roman Forum;. Stop at the most beautiful fountain in the world: Trevi. Drive by the famous Spanish steps where the finest shopping street is. Walk through piazza Navona and visit the imposing structure dated 27 B.C. called Pantheon where the great painter Raphael is buried


Your English-speaking driver/escort will suggest the perfect place for lunch.


After lunch visit the Colosseum where you will have the chance to go in and explore the famous stadium on your own with pre-booked tickets, avoiding the big lines, or opt for a guided tour. We can arrange to meet one of our Colosseum’s guides who will be waiting for you at the Colosseum’s entrance, and take you on the 3 hour visit of the Colosseum and Roman Forum.  All big lines at the entrance avoided with this Rome shore excursion, you’ll see the best of the city before departing port.


Why choose this tour

You skip the long lines queueing for entrance to the Colosseum

A top-quality tour with an intimate touch, programmed especially for you and directed by a professional guide (optional)  in fluent English. Tours exclusive yours and non-group.

Transport to and from Civitavecchia port in luxury air-conditioned vehicles, giving you easy access to the city and back.

MAIN SITES: – Aventine hill (stop) – Circus Maximus (stop) – Palatine hill (drive by) – Colosseum (stop)

Capitoline hill (Roman Forum overview) – Venice square (drive by) – Navona Square – Pantheon – Trevi fountain