We did 3 tours with New Rome Free Tour. The first was the free walking tour with Vito. Vito was great, provided lots of interesting information and tips and definitely worth your 2.5 hours. The other two tours were a Food tour and Colosseum tour with Stefano. Stefano was such a fantastic guy, always pointing out facts to our 3 children and keeping them interested. LIke the others have commented, he was always cheerful, very obliging and professional. The highlight of our stay in Rome was definitely going to the Colosseum Underground and highest levels. It's unreal. Well worth the money to do a private tour.The Food tour was also great! Stefano introduced us to food typical to Rome and we enjoyed it. ALL the best to you, Stefano ! We had a great time!
List of tourist attractions in ROME
St Peter's Basilica - Found in the Vatican City, it is near where the Pope resides, and it is one of the most important centres for Christian pilgrimage, and is commonly regarded as the "home of the Roman Catholic Church", since it is where St Peter set up the first Christian Church.
Basilica of St John Lateran - The official ecclesiastical seat of the bishop of Rome (pope), its a major tourist attraction in the city, and Rome's cathedral.
Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore - Another exceedingly important Roman Catholic church in the city, it is also one of the four basilicas of the city, a Marian church, and a papal church too.
Sant'Andrea della Valle - Located in the Sant'Eustachio rione of Rome, it is known for its ornate Baroque/Renaissance facade, and rich interior.
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