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Join us on one of our Rome tours this year to explore Italy’s Eternal City! It's the perfect way to uncover the beauty, history and culture of Italy, not to mention one of the most popular destinations for over 50s and 60s travellers.

Tours in Rome 2024

Whether you’re obsessed with Michelangelo, dreaming of a pilgrimage to St. Peter’s Basilica, or an ancient history fanatic, Italy’s capital has everything to offer. On our tours in Rome we'll uncover rich history, indulge in fantastic food and experience some of the most iconic architecture. If you’re looking for a Rome trip that ticks off the famous landmarks and attractions whilst revealing hidden gems you may not have known existed, you’ve come to the right place.

On our Rome holidays, we provide guided walking tours where you pay a visit to the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Vatican City, and more! From the depths of culture in an area of vast historical importance which boasts some of the world’s most famous works of art to the heart of the countryside. Visit the nearby rural towns of Spoleto and Assisi on our tours of Rome as well as explore the city at a leisurely pace. See every side of this captivating area on a Rome tour.

Forget about wrestling with guidebooks or wasting time building a schedule, experience our guided tours to Rome from Ireland! All of our holidays to Rome include flights, accommodation, an expert local tour guide, transfers and excursions, ensuring you get the most out of your Rome trip.

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Top Places To Visit & Tourist Attractions In Rome

Colosseum & Roman Forum

Colosseum & Roman Forum

A trip to Rome isn’t complete without a visit to two of Ancient Rome’s most famous sites: the Colosseum & Roman Forum. The site of Gladiator games, animal hunts and even mock sea battles, the Colosseum was an integral part of Ancient Roman life. Just across the street from the Flavian amphitheatre is the Roman Forum. Another important and well-preserved ruin, the Roman Forum was the political and commercial heart of Ancient Rome. On our trips to Rome, we’ll have the opportunity to view both of these impressive ruins and learn about their place in history from an expert guide.

Trevi Fountain

Trevi Fountain

Built in 1762, the Trevi Fountain is one of the world’s largest and most famous Baroque fountains. The magnificent fountain centres around a statue of the Greek god Oceanus and is packed with beautiful artistic detail. Today, the fountain attracts millions of visitors each year and legend has it that if you throw a coin in with your back facing the fountain, you ensure a trip back to the Eternal City! On our holidays to Rome, we’ll visit the fountain on a guided walking tour to take pictures and throw in coins of our own.

St. Peter’s Basilica

St. Peter’s Basilica

Known the world over as the final resting place of St. Peter the Apostle, the Basilica of St. Peter is a must-see attraction on any trip to Rome. Situated next to the Vatican Museums in the Vatican City, this huge church is filled with beautiful artwork, important religious artefacts, and stunning architecture. On our holidays Rome and Umbria including Assisi, we’ll visit this important holy place with an expert guide to point out the top highlights. But no matter which trip to Rome, we’ll enjoy plenty of free time to explore the Basilica at a leisurely pace.

Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel

Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel

The Vatican Museums are a collection of 54 galleries that encompass works collected by previous Popes and contain some of the most important ancient and Renaissance Art in the world. On our holiday Rome and Umbria including Assisi, we’ll have the opportunity to travel through this incredible museum with an expert, local guide to learn the history behind the must-see highlights including the Gallery of Maps, Gallery of the Candelabra, Gallery of Tapestries, and Raphael’s Rooms. After making our way through the Vatican Museums, we’ll visit Michelangelo’s most stunning masterpiece, the Sistine Chapel.

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