Rome in One Day Shore Excursion

ROME in One Day Shore Excursion


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Rome wasn’t built in a day… so don’t even think to see everything in only few hours! But with this shared Rome Civitavecchia full day shore excursion you may make the most out of your precious time, without rushing and getting the best value for money you can purchase online and offline by booking this driving tour.

After meeting you driver just off the Cruise Ship in the Port of Civitavecchia you will have about 75 minutes’ drive to downtown Rome that you may use to relax and prepare for your busy day in Rome, enjoy this nice coastal drive through the Roman Countryside and into the Eternal City. Meet your Local Expert Guide by the Coliseum and start your driving tour experience of Rome that will include time for several memorable pictures, and please do not forget to send some to us too! Grab a bite in the busy Rome center by Piazza Navona or a Pizza and a Glass of White Frascati Wine by the Campo de’ Fiori and fuel up for a busy afternoon discovering the Pantheon, the Trevi fountain and other memorable Rome’s squares and fountain and do not forget to get a Gelato ice cream before heading back to the Ship.


8:00 AM CIVITAVECCHIA PORT pick up 16 pax  MINIBUS and Transfer to Rome Centre.

9:15 AM Meet Your Guide @ Arch of Constantine and Start tour visit Coliseum (Outside,)

10:00: Circus Maximus, Pyramid.

10:30: Forum, Capitoline Hill, Vittoriano, Piazza Venezia and overlook the Imperial Fora, Trajan’s Markets and Theater of Marcello.

12:00: Transfer to Piazza Navona.

12:30 PM: Campo de’ Fiori, free time For Lunch (not included)

01:30 PM: walk to Pantheon, then minibus transfer to Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps.

3:45 PM: Via Ludovisi – Drive by Saint Peters Square and Castel Sant’Angelo – Transfer to Civitavecchia.

6:00 PM: Arrival at The Ship.


Days of Operations : Mon-Sun



• Transportation in deluxe air-conditioned minibus

• Private local expert tour guide
• Taxes



• Lunch

• Personal expenses

• Tips

Guided Tours of Rome and Italy on the footsteps of the Grand Tour Travelers

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