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Ancient City and Colosseum Walk

Ancient City/Colosseum Walk (3 hrs) with Archaeologists or Historians

Small Groups 2 to 8 people.  Includes skip the line entrance tickets. Discover the glory of ancient Rome in all its splendor: the Colosseum and the ruins of temples, palaces and halls of state in the Ancient City come to life in the company of one of our enthusiastic scholar-guides.  On this 3-hour walk we enter the Colosseum and learn about  its origin, architecture and what happened to its missing pieces. Here you will hear about the intriguing and terrifying events which took place inside the famous arena, where human beings were slaughtered by wild beasts before raving audiences. Explore the heart of the Ancient City, walking amongst excavations that have uncovered one of the most astounding archaeological sites in the world, twenty feet below present day Rome. Travel back in time almost 3,000 years, into the trades and scams of the Roman Forum. Visiting the ancient markets and spellbinding temples, you will walk in the footsteps of Julius Ceasar, come to the site of his memorial and learn where and why he was murdered.  The Palatine Hill, just south of the Forum, is both the oldest inhabited area of the city (settled in the iron age when Rome was little more than a swampy patch of land) and the site of crumbling emperor's palaces, reaching the height of opulence under the reign of Domitian. Enjoy the enchanting ruins in their lush setting, allow yourself to be enveloped by the bewitching atmosphere of a lost world: that of Rome's birthplace. Our Ancient City & Colosseum Walk includes: Colosseum: 1st and 2nd tiers only Arch of Constantine Roman Forum (Senate House, Basilicae-Courts, Temples of Caesar, Vestal Virgins, Antoninus & Faustina Arches of Titus and Septimius Severus) Palatine Hill (Imperial palaces, Farnese Gardens, Hippodrome) All guides are fully licensed, degreed archaeologists, curators, and art historians who are hand-picked for their passion and eloquence. Small Groups 2 - 8 people This 3 hour walking tour is available: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday starting at 8.30 am Sunday starting at 8.15 am Pricing includes entry tickets Adults 92 Euro Students 18- 26 years 74 Euro Children under 18 years 64 Euro NB: The first Sunday of the month, the Colosseum offers free entrance but due to the extra crowds, we will keep the tour to the same price.  As, we have extend the tour by 40 - 60 minutes, due to the extra time required to enter the Colosseum.  

Ancient City/Colosseum Walk - Private VIP with Archaeologists or Historians

Tour pricing starts for 1 to 4 people and includes entrance fee. Discover the glory of ancient Rome in all its splendor: the Colosseum and the ruins of temples, palaces and halls of state in the Ancient City come to life in the company of one of our enthusiastic scholar-guides.  On this 3-hour walk we enter the Colosseum and learn about  its origin, architecture and what happened to its missing pieces. Here you will hear about the intriguing and terrifying events which took place inside the famous arena, where human beings were slaughtered by wild beasts before raving audiences. Explore the heart of the Ancient City, walking amongst excavations that have uncovered one of the most astounding archaeological sites in the world, twenty feet below present day Rome. Travel back in time almost 3,000 years, into the trades and scams of the Roman Forum. Visiting the ancient markets and spellbinding temples, you will walk in the footsteps of Julius Ceasar, come to the site of his memorial and learn where and why he was murdered.  The Palatine Hill, just south of the Forum, is both the oldest inhabited area of the city (settled in the iron age when Rome was little more than a swampy patch of land) and the site of crumbling emperor's palaces, reaching the height of opulence under the reign of Domitian. Enjoy the enchanting ruins in their lush setting, allow yourself to be enveloped by the bewitching atmosphere of a lost world: that of Rome's birthplace. Our Ancient City & Colosseum Walk includes: Colosseum: 1st and 2nd tiers only Arch of Constantine Roman Forum (Senate House, Basilicae-Courts, Temples of Caesar, Vestal Virgins, Antoninus & Faustina, Arches of Titus and Septimius Severus) Palatine Hill (Imperial palaces, Farnese Gardens, Hippodrome) This 3 hour walking tour is available every day starting at 8.15 am, 9.15 am, 12.15 pm and 2.15 pm. Pricing includes entry tickets. Up to 4 People 395 Euro Up to 5 People 445 Euro Up to 6 People 500 Euro Up to 7 People 555 Euro Up to 8 People 610 Euro Please inquire for larger groups. Hotel pick up available at an additional cost and alternative preferred start times can be arranged, for further information please email your inquiry.

Skip-the-Line Vatican & Sistine Walk

Skip-the-Line Vatican & Sistine Walk - Private 4 Hours with Historian

Tour pricing starts for 1 to 4 people. Vatican City is not only the smallest country in the world, it is home to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's basilica. With nearly five million visitors a year and mazes of galleries, having one of our friendly experts at your side to guide you though will provide an invaluable experience. Available as a small group or private tour.  The collections of the Vatican Museums began in the early 16th century, when the Holy See attracted the greatest artists to the city to compete fiercely for the pope's eye, thus producing some of the finest masterpieces in the world. It was during this period that the decoration of the Sistine Chapel was completed by Michelangelo, who, upon finishing the Last Judgement in 1541, had created perhaps the most influential schematic vision of the Christian universe from the moment of its creation to its tumultuous end. St. Peter's basilica, the largest Christian church ever built, is a tour de force of Baroque architecture and decoration showcasing the genius of Gianlorenzo Bernini, but also contains Michelangelo's Pietà and the tomb of the recently beatified Pope John Paul II. We'll take you on a journey back to the origins of Christianity to understand the history of the Vatican and the horrible fate of Saint Peter, the Prince of Apostles. Our Vatican & Sistine Walks include: Raphael Rooms Sistine Chapel St. Peter's Basilica Pio-Clementine Galleries Hall of the Candelabra Hall of Tapestries Hall of the Maps This walking tour is available: Monday to Saturday starting at 9 am and 1 pm. Pricing includes entry tickets: Up to 4 People 495 Euro Up to 5 People 565 Euro Up to 6 People 635 Euro Up to 7 People 705 Euro Up to 8 People 775 Euro Please inquire for larger groups. NOTE: The Vatican requires students to have ID showing proof of age. Hotel pick up available at an additional cost and alternative preferred start times can be arranged, for further information please email your inquiry.  

Skip-the-Line Vatican & Sistine Walk - Private VIP Wednesday Papal Audience 4 hr with Historian

Tour pricing starts for 1 to 4 people. On Wednesday mornings we start at 9.30 am giving you the rare opportunity to be part of the Papal Audience before we begin the tour. Vatican City is not only the smallest country in the world, it is home to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's basilica. With nearly five million visitors a year and mazes of galleries, having one of our friendly experts at your side to guide you though will provide an invaluable experience. Available as a small group or private tour.  The collections of the Vatican Museums began in the early 16th century, when the Holy See attracted the greatest artists to the city to compete fiercely for the pope's eye, thus producing some of the finest masterpieces in the world. It was during this period that the decoration of the Sistine Chapel was completed by Michelangelo, who, upon finishing the Last Judgement in 1541, had created perhaps the most influential schematic vision of the Christian universe from the moment of its creation to its tumultuous end. St. Peter's basilica, the largest Christian church ever built, is a tour de force of Baroque architecture and decoration showcasing the genius of Gianlorenzo Bernini, but also contains Michelangelo's Pietà and the tomb of the recently beatified Pope John Paul II. We'll take you on a journey back to the origins of Christianity to understand the history of the Vatican and the horrible fate of Saint Peter, the Prince of Apostles. Our Vatican & Sistine Walks include: Raphael Rooms Sistine Chapel St. Peter's Basilica Pio-Clementine Galleries Hall of the Candelabra Hall of Tapestries Hall of the Maps This walking tour is available: Wednesdays only starting at 9.30 am. Pricing includes entry tickets: Up to 4 People 495 Euro Up to 5 People 565 Euro Up to 6 People 635 Euro Up to 7 People 705 Euro Up to 8 People 775 Euro Please inquire for larger groups. NOTE: The Vatican requires students to have ID showing proof of age. Hotel pick up available at an additional cost and alternative preferred start times can be arranged, for further information please email your inquiry.  

Skip-the-Line Vatican & Sistine Walk - 2.5 Hours Night Tour

Vatican City is not only the smallest country in the world, it is home to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's basilica. With nearly five million visitors a year and mazes of galleries, having one of our friendly experts at your side to guide you though will provide an invaluable experience. Available as a small group or private tour.  The collections of the Vatican Museums began in the early 16th century, when the Holy See attracted the greatest artists to the city to compete fiercely for the pope's eye, thus producing some of the finest masterpieces in the world. It was during this period that the decoration of the Sistine Chapel was completed by Michelangelo, who, upon finishing the Last Judgement in 1541, had created perhaps the most influential schematic vision of the Christian universe from the moment of its creation to its tumultuous end. SKIP THE LINE – Our new  2:5  hour Night Vatican Museums,  is offered on Fridays in May, June, July, September and October and covers Vatican museums and Sistine Chapel.  Please note that the tour does not include St. Peter’s Basilica With our tour you are guaranteed to skip the line at the entrance of the Vatican. Our Vatican & Sistine Walks include: Raphael Rooms Sistine Chapel Pio-Clementine Galleries Hall of the Candelabra Hall of Tapestries Hall of the Maps Important Notice for visitors to Rome in 2016.    Holy Year of Mercy (from 8 Dec 2015 - 20 Nov 2016)   This year until 20 November 2016, the Catholic Church is celebrating the Jubilee Year of Mercy.  Due to the increased number of expected visitors, as part of these celebrations, there may be unexpected closures of different parts of the Vatican and surrounding religious sites.  Rome Walks and our team will do our best to keep you informed of possible closures, but for the most parts, these will not be announced with advance warnings.  In the event that an area covered on our tours is closed, our guide will continue to provide explanations of the closed areas from outside and will show you an additional site or gallery to compensate for the closed area.    Small Groups 8 - 10 People. This walking tour is available: Friday nights May to October, starting at 7.15pm Pricing inclues entry tickets. Adults 98 Euro Students 18- 26 years 80 Euro Children under 18 years 65 Euro

Skip-the-Line Vatican & Sistine Walk - 3 hrs with Historian

Small Groups 2 - 8 people. Vatican City is not only the smallest country in the world, it is home to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's basilica. With nearly five million visitors a year and mazes of galleries, having one of our friendly experts at your side to guide you though will provide an invaluable experience. Available as a small group or private tour.  The collections of the Vatican Museums began in the early 16th century, when the Holy See attracted the greatest artists to the city to compete fiercely for the pope's eye, thus producing some of the finest masterpieces in the world. It was during this period that the decoration of the Sistine Chapel was completed by Michelangelo, who, upon finishing the Last Judgement in 1541, had created perhaps the most influential schematic vision of the Christian universe from the moment of its creation to its tumultuous end. St. Peter's Basilica, the largest Christian church ever built, is a tour de force of Baroque architecture and decoration showcasing the genius of Gianlorenzo Bernini, but also contains Michelangelo's Pieta and the tomb of the recently beatified Pope John Paul II. We'll take you on a journey back to the origins of Christianity to understand the history of the Vatican and the horrible fate of Saint Peter, the Prince of Apostles. Our Vatican & Sistine Walks include: Raphael Rooms Sistine Chapel St. Peter's Basilica Pio-Clementine Galleries Hall of the Candelabra Hall of Tapestries Hall of the Maps Small Groups 2 - 8 people This walking tour is available: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday starting 1.30 pm Pricing includes entry tickets. Adults 92 Euro Students 18- 26 years 82 Euro Children under 18 years 72 Euro Children under 6 years 25 Euro    

Skip-the-Line Vatican & Sistine Walk - 4 hrs with Historians

Small Groups 2 to 8 people.  Includes skip the line entrance tickets. Vatican City is not only the smallest country in the world, it is home to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica. With nearly five million visitors a year and mazes of galleries, having one of our friendly experts at your side to guide you though will provide an invaluable experience. Available as a small group or private tour.  The collections of the Vatican Museums began in the early 16th century, when the Holy See attracted the greatest artists to the city to compete fiercely for the pope's eye, thus producing some of the finest masterpieces in the world. It was during this period that the decoration of the Sistine Chapel was completed by Michelangelo, who, upon finishing the Last Judgement in 1541, had created perhaps the most influential schematic vision of the Christian universe from the moment of its creation to its tumultuous end. St. Peter's Basilica, the largest Christian church ever built, is a tour de force of Baroque architecture and decoration showcasing the genius of Gianlorenzo Bernini, but also contains Michelangelo's Pieta and the tomb of the recently beatified Pope John Paul II. We'll take you on a journey back to the origins of Christianity to understand the history of the Vatican and the horrible fate of Saint Peter, the Prince of Apostles. Our Vatican & Sistine Walks include: Raphael Rooms Sistine Chapel St. Peter's Basilica* Pio-Clementine Galleries Hall of the Candelabra Hall of Tapestries Hall of the Maps Small Groups 2 - 8 People This walking tour is available: Monday, Friday and Saturday starting at 9 am and 1.20 pm Pricing includes entry tickets: Adults 119 Euro Students 18- 26 years 89 Euro Children under 18 years 69 Euro Children under 6 years 25 Euro  

Skip-the-Line Vatican & Sistine Walk - Papal Audience 4 hrs with Historian

Small Groups 2 to 8 people.  Includes skip the line entrance tickets. On Wednesday mornings we start at 9.30 am giving you the rare opportunity to be part of the Papal Audience before we begin the tour. Vatican City is not only the smallest country in the world, it is home to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's basilica. With nearly five million visitors a year and mazes of galleries, having one of our friendly experts at your side to guide you though will provide an invaluable experience. Available as a small group or private tour.  The collections of the Vatican Museums began in the early 16th century, when the Holy See attracted the greatest artists to the city to compete fiercely for the pope's eye, thus producing some of the finest masterpieces in the world. It was during this period that the decoration of the Sistine Chapel was completed by Michelangelo, who, upon finishing the Last Judgement in 1541, had created perhaps the most influential schematic vision of the Christian universe from the moment of its creation to its tumultuous end. St. Peter's basilica, the largest Christian church ever built, is a tour de force of Baroque architecture and decoration showcasing the genius of Gianlorenzo Bernini, but also contains Michelangelo's Pietà and the tomb of the recently beatified Pope John Paul II. We'll take you on a journey back to the origins of Christianity to understand the history of the Vatican and the horrible fate of Saint Peter, the Prince of Apostles. Our Vatican & Sistine Walks include: Raphael Rooms Sistine Chapel St. Peter's Basilica Pio-Clementine Galleries Hall of the Candelabra Hall of Tapestries Hall of the Maps Important Notice for visitors to Rome in 2016.    Holy Year of Mercy (from 8 Dec 2015 - 20 Nov 2016)   This year until 20 November 2016, the Catholic Church is celebrating the Jubilee Year of Mercy.  Due to the increased number of expected visitors, as part of these celebrations, there may be unexpected closures of different parts of the Vatican and surrounding religious sites.  Rome Walks and our team will do our best to keep you informed of possible closures, but for the most parts, these will not be announced with advance warnings.  In the event that an area covered on our tours is closed, our guide will continue to provide explanations of the closed areas from outside and will show you an additional site or gallery to compensate for the closed area.    Small Groups 2 - 8 People This walking tour is available: Wednesdays only starting at 9.30 am Pricing includes entry tickets. Adults 119 Euro Students 18- 26 years 89 Euro Children under 18 years 69 Euro Children under 6 years 25 Euro    

Skip-the-Line Vatican & Sistine Walk - Private VIP Night Tour 2.5 Hours

Tour pricing starts for 1 to 4 people. Vatican City is not only the smallest country in the world, it is home to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's basilica. With nearly five million visitors a year and mazes of galleries, having one of our friendly experts at your side to guide you though will provide an invaluable experience. Available as a small group or private tour.  The collections of the Vatican Museums began in the early 16th century, when the Holy See attracted the greatest artists to the city to compete fiercely for the pope's eye, thus producing some of the finest masterpieces in the world. It was during this period that the decoration of the Sistine Chapel was completed by Michelangelo, who, upon finishing the Last Judgement in 1541, had created perhaps the most influential schematic vision of the Christian universe from the moment of its creation to its tumultuous end. St. Peter's basilica*, the largest Christian church ever built, is a tour de force of Baroque architecture and decoration showcasing the genius of Gianlorenzo Bernini, but also contains Michelangelo's Pietà and the tomb of the recently beatified Pope John Paul II. We'll take you on a journey back to the origins of Christianity to understand the history of the Vatican and the horrible fate of Saint Peter, the Prince of Apostles. Our Vatican & Sistine Walks include: Raphael Rooms Sistine Chapel Pio-Clementine Galleries Hall of the Candelabra Hall of Tapestries Hall of the Maps Important Notice for visitors to Rome in 2016.    Holy Year of Mercy (from 8 Dec 2015 - 20 Nov 2016)   This year until 20 November 2016, the Catholic Church is celebrating the Jubilee Year of Mercy.  Due to the increased number of expected visitors, as part of these celebrations, there may be unexpected closures of different parts of the Vatican and surrounding religious sites.  Rome Walks and our team will do our best to keep you informed of possible closures, but for the most parts, these will not be announced with advance warnings.  In the event that an area covered on our tours is closed, our guide will continue to provide explanations of the closed areas from outside and will show you an additional site or gallery to compensate for the closed area.  A special 2.5 hour walk through the treasures of the Vatican far from day-time crowds. An occasion not-to-be-missed! This walking tour is available: Friday nights May to October starting at 7.15 pm. (Not available in May) Pricing includes entry tickets: Up to 4 People 395 Euro Up to 5 People 450 Euro Up to 6 People 505 Euro Up to 7 People 560 Euro Up to 8 People 615 Euro Please inquire for larger groups. NOTE: The Vatican requires students to have ID showing proof of age      

Skip-the-Line Vatican & Sistine Walk -Private VIP 3 Hours

Tour pricing starts for 1 to 4 people. Vatican City is not only the smallest country in the world, it is home to the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's basilica. With nearly five million visitors a year and mazes of galleries, having one of our friendly experts at your side to guide you though will provide an invaluable experience. Available as a small group or private tour.  The collections of the Vatican Museums began in the early 16th century, when the Holy See attracted the greatest artists to the city to compete fiercely for the pope's eye, thus producing some of the finest masterpieces in the world. It was during this period that the decoration of the Sistine Chapel was completed by Michelangelo, who, upon finishing the Last Judgement in 1541, had created perhaps the most influential schematic vision of the Christian universe from the moment of its creation to its tumultuous end. St. Peter's basilica*, the largest Christian church ever built, is a tour de force of Baroque architecture and decoration showcasing the genius of Gianlorenzo Bernini, but also contains Michelangelo's Pietà and the tomb of the recently beatified Pope John Paul II. We'll take you on a journey back to the origins of Christianity to understand the history of the Vatican and the horrible fate of Saint Peter, the Prince of Apostles. A shorter walk focusing on highlights and recommended for families with children.  Our Vatican & Sistine Walks include: Raphael Rooms Sistine Chapel St. Peter's Basilica Pio-Clementine Galleries Hall of the Candelabra Hall of Tapestries Hall of the Maps Important Notice for visitors to Rome in 2016.    Holy Year of Mercy (from 8 Dec 2015 - 20 Nov 2016)   This year until 20 November 2016, the Catholic Church is celebrating the Jubilee Year of Mercy.  Due to the increased number of expected visitors, as part of these celebrations, there may be unexpected closures of different parts of the Vatican and surrounding religious sites.  Rome Walks and our team will do our best to keep you informed of possible closures, but for the most parts, these will not be announced with advance warnings.  In the event that an area covered on our tours is closed, our guide will continue to provide explanations of the closed areas from outside and will show you an additional site or gallery to compensate for the closed area.    Pricing and details for this tour: This walking tour is available: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and  Saturday starting at 9.30 am, 10.30 am and 1.30 pm. Pricing includes entry tickets: Up to 4 People 415 Euro Up to 5 People 475 Euro Up to 6 People 535 Euro Up to 7 People 595 Euro Up to 8 People 655 Euro Please inquire for larger groups. NOTE: The Vatican requires students to have ID showing proof of age. Hotel pick up available at an additional cost and alternative preferred start times can be arranged, for further information please email your inquiry.  

Twilight Rome Walk

Twilight Rome Walk - Private VIP 2 hrs with Historian

Tour pricing starts from 1 to 2 people. One of the best orientations to the city is a stroll through the historical center, with its narrow streets and breathtaking vistas of piazzas, fountains and ruins. But why not put your map away for two hours and let one of our expert, local guides lead the way?  It is these explanations, stories and helpful tips that bring the city to life on a relaxing walk that  takes in not only the major sites of the city center but also a few hidden gems easily missed by the casual tourist. We start near the colourful Campo dei Fiori, where the statue of philosopher Giordano marks the spot where he was burned at the stake for heresy in the year 1600. We head next Piazza Navona and Bernini's famous Fountain of the Four Rivers. The next stop is the Pantheon. Although refashioned as Catholic church, this Roman temple dedicated to all the gods stands as the most stunning example of ancient Roman engineering. Its perfect dimensions and soaring dome have astounded architects and engineers for generations.  We continue through the narrow cobblestone streets to the Trevi Fountain where you will get a chance to toss in a coin. Legend says those who do are destined to return to the Eternal City.The tour ends at the foot of the elegant Spanish Steps, where generations of world-weary travellers and Romantic poets made their home away from home. Your guide will be sure to recommend some authentic restaurants close by for a traditional Roman dinner and a glass of wine. This walking tour is available: Monday to Sunday starting at 5 pm and 6 pm.  Pricing: From 1 - 2 People 150 Euro 3 - 4 People 210 Euro 5 - 6 People 275 Euro 7 - 8 People 295 Euro Please inquire for larger groups. Hotel pick up available at an additional cost and alternative preferred start times can be arranged, for further information please email your inquiry.    

Twilight Rome Walk with a Historian

One of the best orientations to the city is a stroll through the historical center, with its narrow streets and breathtaking vistas of piazzas, fountains and ruins. But why not put your map away for two hours and let one of our expert, local guides lead the way?  It is these explanations, stories and helpful tips that bring the city to life on a relaxing walk that  takes in not only the major sites of the city center but also a few hidden gems easily missed by the casual tourist. We start near the colourful Campo dei Fiori, where the statue of philosopher Giordano marks the spot where he was burned at the stake for heresy in the year 1600. We head next Piazza Navona and Bernini's famous Fountain of the Four Rivers. The next stop is the Pantheon. Although refashioned as Catholic church, this Roman temple dedicated to all the gods stands as the most stunning example of ancient Roman engineering. Its perfect dimensions and soaring dome have astounded architects and engineers for generations.  We continue through the narrow cobblestone streets to the Trevi Fountain where you will get a chance to toss in a coin. Legend says those who do are destined to return to the Eternal City.The tour ends at the foot of the elegant Spanish Steps, where generations of world-weary travellers and Romantic poets made their home away from home. Your guide will be sure to recommend some authentic restaurants close by for a traditional Roman dinner and a glass of wine. Small Groups 2 - 8 People This 2 hour walking tour is available: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday starting at 5pm (May-Sept) Pricing: Adults 60 Euro Students 18-24 years 50 euro Children under 18 years 45 Euro    

Borghese Gallery

Borghese Gallery Private VIP with Art Historian

Tour pricing starts for 1 to 4 people. For a unique and intimate experience of this limited-entry boutique museum located in the lush Borghese Gardens, we invite you to discover these treasures along with one of our passionate art historian guides. Any true art-lover simply cannot miss out on this treasure trove of Renaissance and Baroque masterpieces.  Drawn from the collection assembled by Cardinal Scipione Borghese in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, the Borghese Gallery includes major works by Raphael, Rubens, Titian, Caravaggio, Antonello da Messina and Canova.  Set amongst Roman period treasures such as mosaics showing gladiatorial combat and busts of the emperors are the stunning early sculptures of Gianlorenzo Bernini, such as his famed David and the breath-taking Daphne and Apollo, created especially for the Cardinal, the first major patron of the promising young artist.The collection is housed in the Villa or "casino", built between 1613 and 1616 on the Cardinal's landscaped country estate, now one of the largest public parks in Rome. The remarkable architecture and opulent decoration of the gallery create the perfect setting to discover one of Italy's greatest art collections. Starting price for up to 4 People. This 2.5 hour walking tour is available: Tuesday to Sunday starting at 8.30 am, 10.30 am, 12.30 pm, 2.30 pm and 4.30 pm. Pricing includes entry tickets. Up to 4 People 340 Euro Up to 5 People 385 Euro Up to 6 People 435 Euro Up to 7 People 480 Euro Up to 8 People 525 Euro Please inquire for larger groups. Hotel pick up available at an additional cost and alternative preferred start times can be arranged, for further information please email your inquiry.