The Grand Tour offers a wide range of Unique Guided Tours, Walks, Driving Tours, Excursions and Activities to enjoy Rome, Italy and Europe’s infinite cultural and historical heritage. We are offering you the unique experience of “The Grand Tour”: lived experience of Art and Culture “off the beaten tracks” and away from the crowds and the mass tourism routes. We create Unique bespoke educational, cultural and exciting trip discovering the Secrets of Rome and Italy with our Private Tours and Small Group Tours lead by the best Official Tour Guides and Experts, such as Historians, Archaeologists and Wine Sommeliers.
The Grand Tour provides excellent personalised Tours and Excursions, private guides and private driving and walking tours. We also offer shared, small group activities, where you can meet like minded travelers and share unique travelling experiences.
Our guides concentrate on the explanation of the meaning and the facts which are “behind” history and culture, and also on the commentaries made by the Poets and the Artists in the past, giving you the elements to understand and enjoy what you are visiting.
Our tours are designed for a culturally curious traveller, interested in a deeper understanding. Our tours are easy and not exhausting, which makes them the perfect choice for families, aged travelers and people with special needs. Finally our tours are not for the rush-here-rush-there tourist, but for travelers which asks for a bit more from their experience of Rome and Italy.
We are a fully licensed business and offer full financial protections for our travellers.
Rome Office T: +39 069292 8173
Address: Via Sistina 121 - 00187 - Roma – Italia
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“There is certainly no place in the world where a man may travel with greater Pleasure and Advantage than in Italy. One finds something more particular in the face of the country and more astonishing in the works of nature, than can be met with any other part of Europe. It is the great school of Music and Painting, and contains in it all the noblest Productions of Statuary and Architecture, both Ancient and Modern ….There is scarce any part of the Nation that is not Famous in History, nor so much as a Mountain or River that has not been the scene of some extraordinary Action.”
Joseph Addison, 1745