Open-Air Museum, Rome

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Experience Rome by Golf Cart

1. Experience Rome by Golf Cart

Go on a 4-hour tour of Rome to check out all of the major highlights of the city. This tour includes all of the major sites like Villa Borghese, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, and the Colosseum (from outside). In addition, head to Campo de Fiori and Ghetto.  You can either take the train from the port to the city and meet your guide in town or round-trip transportation in a private car or minivan can be arranged for you. The train station is not too far from the port and a shuttle bus can pick you up from the pier where your ship docks and drop you off by the fortress designed by Michelangelo located within the boundaries of the port next to a tourist information kiosk just a few minutes walk from the train station. 

From Rome: Pompeii & Amalfi Coast Full-Day Private Tour

2. From Rome: Pompeii & Amalfi Coast Full-Day Private Tour

This day trip provides an overview of the beautiful Amalfi Coast, with a visit to the picturesque village of Positano or Sorrento and a tour of the archaeological site at Pompeii. The tour includes a private vehicle and English-speaking driver. Your driver will pick you up from your accommodation in Rome and drive you along the spectacular Amalfi Coast. Probably the best-known town along the coast is Sorrento, where you will stop for lunch in a local restaurant. The tour then continues with a drive to Sorrento or Positano, one of the most beautiful seaside villages of the coast, nestled on a pretty hillside of honeysuckle and bougainvillea. You will have the misty shadow of Mt Vesuvius in your sight at all times and the day includes a visit to the site of the volcano’s greatest tragedy at Pompeii. The most stunning archaeological site on the Italian Peninsula and one of the most visited sites in the world, the Greco Roman city was frozen in time after the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. It is now an open-air museum, where you can walk through the city streets, which remained buried in ash for hundreds of years. Here you can upgrade to include a private walking tour of the ruins with an expert guide, or simply stroll on your own before your return journey back to Rome.

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What people are saying about Open-Air Museum, Rome

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 63 reviews

Amazing!! Lorenzo was so knowledgeable! We learned so much . We stopped everywhere we wanted , stayed as long as we wanted ( even on a schedule) Lorenzo was so patient. Lorenzo even did recommendations for a restaurant near our hotel . Best meal of our trip ! Can’t recommend enough and will book again !

Lorenzo was an amazing tour guide! He was so knowledgeable and kind. We had the loveliest time on this tour and even got to see some of the “less touristy” locations in Rome. We highly recommend this tour to everyone who’s visiting Rome!

Fantastic trip to some amazing off the beaten track sites as well as all the usual sites. Lorenzo was very knowledgeable and friendly. our thanks to him for an unforgettable tour. James and Maria from Scotland.

wonderful experience, engaging and to be repeated absolutely. our guide, Valerio, very well prepared, courteous and available to our requests and questions. super recommended

Great Perfect to see everything and get an idea of the city