Payment method:Cash, Paypal, Credit card
starting time:8:00 AM
For 1-4 participants from Civitavecchia: 600 EUROS
For 5-6 participants from Civitavecchia: 650 EUROS
For 7-8 participants from Civitavecchia: 750 EUROS
Continue the enchantment of your Mediterranean cruise on your disembarkation day with our exclusive Bella Roma Rome Post Cruise Tour from Civitavecchia. This private Rome post-cruise tour is a joyful celebration of Rome's eternal wonders, rich history, and artistic treasures, all accompanied by the sweet embrace of La Dolce Vita.
Step into the splendor of Bella Roma as you explore its iconic landmarks and beloved neighborhoods. Through this delightful private Rome tour, you'll uncover the essence of the Eternal City.
Our carefully designed Bella Roma Post Cruise Tour from Civitavecchia is tailored to make the most of your disembarkation day, immersing you in the beauty and charm of Rome. Discover the city's most iconic sights and beloved neighborhoods while savoring the beauty and elegance for which Rome is renowned.
Marvel at the awe-inspiring sights of ancient wonders like the Colosseum in Piazza Colosseo and the Pantheon in Piazza della Rotonda. Let the lively atmosphere of Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain, and the Spanish Steps enchant your senses, while the grandeur of Saint Peter's Square captivates your spirit.
Relish panoramic views of Rome's skyline from Janiculum Hill and Aventine Hill, even peeking through the Secret Keyhole for a delightful surprise. Enjoy a delectable lunch in charming Trastevere.
On this Bella Roma Rome Post Cruise Tour, you will explore Rome without the crowded monuments and complicated elusive admission tickets. Your private deluxe vehicle and English-speaking chauffeur will get you up close to the sites, maximizing your sightseeing and minimizing walking distances.
Experience Rome in style and luxury with our Bella Roma Post Cruise Tour from Civitavecchia with Rome Chauffeur.
Step into the captivating world of ancient Rome as you step into Colosseum Square, surrounded by the enduring remnants of ancient Rome's grandeur for an outside view of the Colosseum. The Colosseum, originally named the Flavian Amphitheater, stands as an awe-inspiring testament to Roman engineering and entertainment.
Built under the reign of Emperors Vespasian and Titus in 79 AD, it proudly holds the distinction of being the largest ancient amphitheater worldwide, accommodating up to 80,000 spectators.
The Colosseum bore witness to a diverse array of events, from thrilling gladiatorial contests and mesmerizing animal hunts to gripping dramatic re-enactments and solemn public executions.
Nearby, you'll also encounter the renowned Arch of Constantine, erected in 315 AD to commemorate Emperor Constantine's triumphant victory over Emperor Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge in 312 AD.
View the remnants of the majestic Circus Maximus, located not far from the Colosseum, nestled in the scenic Valley of Murcia between Palatine Hill and Aventine Hill. This colossal Roman chariot-racing stadium was big enough to accommodate an astonishing 150,000 spectators who gathered to witness the heart-pounding and often perilous chariot races. In its heyday, Circus Maximus served as the benchmark for circuses across the vast Roman Empire.
Today, you can trace the outline of this once-majestic arena, which has undergone a transformation into a public park cherished by locals and serving as a venue for festivals, grand gatherings, and mesmerizing concerts. The regal ruins adorning Palatine Hill provide a stunning backdrop to this historical marvel, offering a captivating glimpse into the abundant history of Rome.
Continuing our captivating Bella Roma Rome post-cruise tour, your personal chauffeur will take you to the enchanting Aventine Hill, a hidden gem radiating tranquility and sophistication. Explore the secluded Orange Garden that creates an oasis of serenity amid the vibrant cityscape. From this elevated vantage point, you'll be treated to sweeping panoramic views that extend across Rome's iconic skyline, with the majestic Dome of Saint Peter's Basilica providing a stunning backdrop.
A surprise awaits in the Piazza of the Knights of Malta - the fabled Keyhole. As you gaze through this unassuming keyhole, the massive doorways frame a mesmerizing view of St. Peter's Basilica, showcasing the city's hidden wonders right in the heart of Rome. Please note that during the busy travel season, you may encounter lines of other folks seeking to take a peek through this famous keyhole.
Next on this Bella Roma Rome Post Cruise tour, you'll make your way to Janiculum Hill, a hilltop destination that offers an awe-inspiring panorama of Rome's captivating skyline.
From this lofty vantage point, you'll be treated to sweeping vistas that stretch across Rome's iconic landmarks, intricate domes, and soaring spires that grace the cityscape, forming a majestic living canvas of bella Roma that will etch an indelible memory in your heart.
Venture into the charming neighborhood of Trastevere, where time seems to stand still, and the authentic spirit of Rome thrives. Lose yourself in the vibrant labyrinth of Trastevere's meandering streets, adorned with charming cobblestone lanes and colorful facades. Take a leisurely stroll through this captivating neighborhood, where the atmosphere pulsates with the unmistakable heartbeat of local life.
Take the opportunity to visit the historic Santa Maria in Trastevere Church, dating back to the 3rd century. Adorned with a captivating mosaic facade, its interior is a treasure trove of art and history with exquisite frescoes. This unassuming church in the heart of Trastevere is a serene and spiritual must-visit, offering a glimpse into Rome's rich cultural heritage.
Pause for a delightful lunch at a traditional ristorante or trattoria of your preference, where you'll have the opportunity to relish the authentic flavors of Roman cuisine. Savor dishes like the classic Cacio e Pepe or Roman-style pizza, all accompanied by a glass of fine Italian wine.
Saint Peter's Square offers an inspiring sight. Its Doric colonnades, a welcoming architectural marvel, embrace up to 300,000 visitors in the Church's open arms.
In the heart of this grand square stands the iconic St. Peter's Basilica, a masterpiece marrying Renaissance and Baroque artistry. Commissioned in 1506 and completed in 1626, it carries the echoes of renowned artists - Bernini, Maderno, Michelangelo, Bramante, and Raphael.
Dominating the square, the colossal Vatican Obelisk, an ancient Egyptian gem, journeys from Heliopolis to Rome during Emperor Caligula's reign. A symbol of Rome's enduring link to antiquity. Not to be missed are two fountains that grace the square, one crafted by Maderno and the other by Bernini. Water and stone merge with artistry, heightening the square's splendor.
In this vast square, you'll sense deep spirituality, artistic brilliance, and rich history that makes Saint Peter's Square a symbol of the Eternal City within Vatican City.
Experience the magnificence of Rome through its most enchanting squares on our Bella Roman Tour, featuring Piazza della Rotonda, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, and Piazza Navona.
Piazza della Rotonda welcomes you with its lively ambiance and inviting exploration of its bustling atmosphere. At its center, a striking fountain proudly displays a towering obelisk, emanating grandeur that reverberates through the ages.
The awe-inspiring Pantheon reigns over the square, an ancient Roman temple that enthralls with its remarkable architectural brilliance. As you wander around Piazza della Rotonda, you'll find yourself surrounded by pastel-hued historic edifices housing vibrant open-air cafes. Take a leisurely stroll, venture behind the circular Pantheon, discover the Basilica of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva featuring Bernini's iconic elephant statue, explore charming boutiques, or savor a tasty Italian gelato.
The Spanish Steps, an 18th-century masterpiece, seamlessly blend artistry and architecture to create a timeless allure. These iconic steps, celebrated for their sinuous and elegant design, gracefully curve along a sloped hill, connecting two prominent landmarks with unparalleled grace.
At the base of the Spanish Steps, discover the charming Baroque Fountain of the Old Boat, an exquisite masterpiece by Pietro Bernini, father to the illustrious Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
The Spanish Steps transcend being a mere physical pathway; they are a living canvas—a symphony of stone echoing Rome's rich artistic heritage. Each step taken is an ode to the enduring allure of bella Roma—an invitation to explore and immerse yourself in a bygone era of artistic and architectural excellence, where Rome's enduring beauty unfolds.
At the top, the French church of Trinita dei Monti stands sentinel, casting its watchful gaze over the lively square below, offering a breathtaking panoramic view of Rome's grandeur. Here, you're not just an observer; you become an integral part of Rome's rich tapestry, living the Dolce Vita to the fullest.
The Trevi Fountain, an iconic symbol of Rome and a highlight of our Bella Roma tour, proudly claims its place as the world's most renowned Baroque fountain. Its illustrious presence has graced the silver screen in countless cinematic classics, including masterpieces like "La Dolce Vita" and "Three Coins in a Fountain". The Trevi Fountain continues to captivate an unending stream of visitors who gather around its cascading waters to admire its intricate nautical sculptures.
Here, a beloved tradition comes to life as visitors toss a coin over their shoulder into the fountain, making a wish for a return visit to the Eternal City of Rome. This timeless ritual encapsulates the enchantment and allure of this magnificent city.
Piazza Navona boasts a unique history, as it was built on the site of Emperor Domitian's ancient Roman Stadium in the 1st century AD, where thrilling competitive games (agone) once entertained the masses. The square's oblong shape, encircled by grand palazzi and the church of Sant'Agnese in Agone, still echoes the outline of this ancient arena. Piazza Navona showcases three remarkable fountains and serves as a prime example of Baroque Roman architecture.
The centerpiece of Piazza Navona is Bernini's Fountain of the Four Rivers (Fontana del Quattro Fiumi), a captivating masterpiece representing the four major rivers of the known continents during the Renaissance Era: the Nile (Africa), the Danube (Europe), the Ganges (Asia), and the Rio de la Plata (the Americas). Atop the fountain is a replica of an Egyptian obelisk, adorned with the symbol of the Pamphili family.
As your Bella Roma Rome Post Cruise tour comes to an end, your private chauffeur will take you to your Rome hotel aiming to arrive by approximately 5 PM. The enchanting memories of bella Roma will linger with you long after you've left the Eternal City.
The listed price of the tour is per vehicle, not per person. Rome Chauffeur accepts online prepayment via PayPal or Credit Card at the time you confirm your tour, or you may pay on the Date of Service in Euro funds at the end of the tour made directly to your Chauffeur. If at any time you need extra funds on the day of your tour, your chauffeur will be happy to help you locate an ATM machine.
Cancellations must be made at least 7 days prior to your Date of Service. Prepaid services canceled last minute less than 7 days or are A No-Show on the Date of Service are NOT Refundable.
Cancellations must be made in writing via E-Mail followed by an official cancellation confirmation E-Mail from our office in order for your cancellation to be valid. Cancellations are NOT accepted by Phone, Text, Or through 3rd Party individuals such as hotel clerks, friends, or concierge services.
* CANCELLATION FOR PREPAID SERVICES: Only NET RATE will be issued on prepaid services. Net Rate is what we receive from your prepayment after PayPal / CC takes out their fees which they don't reimburse us in case of refunds. Therefore, we are only able to refund what we receive from you after PayPal/ CC takes out their fees.
Sedans can accommodate up to 2 suitcases and up to 2 small carryons. If you will travel with more luggage than indicated, please request a minivan upgrade at an additional rate.
Vans can accommodate a maximum of 6 suitcases and 6 small carryons. If you will travel with more luggage than indicated, you may either require an upgrade to an even larger vehicle, or 2nd vehicle at additional costs.
Your professional English-speaking Tour Chauffeur will meet you on the Civitavecchia pier next to your ship holding a sign with your name at 8:00 AM with Rome hotel drop off at approximately 5:00 PM.
From the port, you will journey for approximately 90 minutes on the motorway through the countryside of Lazio into Rome.
Tour Chauffeurs speak English but chauffeurs are not licensed tour guides. Chauffeurs are prohibited by law to accompany or guide guests on foot to sightsee. Only licensed tour guides with identifiable badges are authorized to do so. Your Chauffeur will take you as close as lawfully permitted to the attractions you visit to minimize walking distance. Chauffeurs are required by law to remain with the vehicle while guests sightsee on their own (Self Touring).