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From January 2019, new traffic guidelines for ROME become effective affecting traffic and parking in the city.
Long journeys on foot are expected to make the visits. The tour is therefore not recommended for passengers with walking difficulties, people traveling in non-motorized or electric wheelchairs as well as people with very young children.
Appropriate clothing in places of worship.
Comfortable shoes required.
People with reduced mobility, using a wheelchair, must have a companion to help them. Please use folding chairs as buses do not have elevators or ramps. (Shore2shore is not responsible if the customer does not inform of his situation at the time of booking).
Our team will meet you at the port of Civitavecchia.
We will leave the port by coach to reach Rome with an approximate journey of one hour and a half, passing through the "Campina", north of Rome.
Arrival at the Colosseum, symbol of the city, where we will have the opportunity to discover the secrets, during an outside visit with our guide. You will have time to take pictures.
After this visit, we will go back to our bus and follow the banks of the Tiber until the Vatican. We can admire the Bocca della Verità (Mouth of Truth), the island of Tiberina and the castle of San Angelo.
Continuation of our tour of Rome with a visit to the heart of the Vatican. The Vatican is the smallest state in the world, but it has innumerable treasures.
This tour will be a true spiritual and cultural experience for those who already know Rome and want to immerse themselves in the heritage of the papal city or who dream to visit the epicenter of Christianity. Our guides will take us - avoiding queues! - discover four major places:
Vatican Museums: large halls housing works of art from all periods (the Gallery of Tapestries and Maps, among others). We will make a brief visit (not enough time to visit the Museums) before heading to the Sistine Chapel.
Sistine Chapel: decorated by Michelangelo and famous throughout the world because the election of the popes is celebrated there.
St. Peter's Basilica: we will discover the charm of this place which is not only the most important church in the world and the spiritual center of Catholics, but also a representation of art, culture and power. The most important artists of the Renaissance and Baroque brought their contribution to the famous dome made by Michelangelo.
St. Peter's Square: designed by the great Gian Lorenzo Bernini, with its rows of columns that welcome, as in a maternal hug, the faithful and visitors.
End of the visit and walk back to our bus and Civitavecchia, after a day suspended in time between Empire and Papacy, between Christians and pagans in the most beautiful city in the world.