Public Question Asked by NileGuide about Rome Hop-on Hop-off Double Decker Bus Tour in Rome
hey we are visiting rome beginning of april. What do you recommend
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Answered by Giuliana Pinelli , Rome, Italy
I would recommend to visit the historical centre of Rome the stunning Piazza Navona, everymorning there is a public maarket in Campo dei Fiori, you must see the Pantheon, Trevi fontain, spanish Steps..
We would love to organize for you a private visit of the “ Ancient Rome” with a Top-notch Italian tour Guide and also discover the art and history of one of the most important museums in the world, “The Vatican Museum” ( Please note that all our tour includes the skipt the line entrance priority)
We can designed a special walking tour in Rome and make open palace just for you that usually are close to the public, one of this old ancient Palace is located near Torre Argentina the remains of the roman theatres, including Pompey's Theater - where Julius Caesar was killed. This old Palace will leave you just speechless and your private guide will show you some of the painting from ancient Roman time and she will take you back in time, on an animated journey through the history of the eternal city, this it will be a real unique experience that few tourists ever enjoy.
or if you love to cook you could experience a memorable cooking class with one of the best Italian chef, we guarantee that this will be a Total Italian Experience!
Answered by Marisa , Roma, Italy
If this your first time in Rome I suggest you to visit above all the Roman Forum and the Colosseum (one ticket- 12€),then the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel (15€), and the center of the city with Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon.
In Rome there are many secret jewels, you'll discover walking how many churches and nice squares we have!
If you're in love with creepy places (of if you're catholic) another important places are catacombs, or something that's far from the tourism...underground Rome.
Dont' miss the underground ruins of St.Clemente, my fav place in Rome for history's lovers. http://www.basilicasanclemente.com/
And remember to eat only in real italian places....avoid touristic restaurants and walk a bit to search a "trattoria" (a local and simple restaurant).
Cheers from Rome
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