Private Rome Tours and Shore Excursions from Civitavecchia

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Buon giorno and welcome to Stefano’s RomeCabs travel blog that offers information, advise, and tips on Airport Transfers, Civitavecchia Port Transfers, Day Tours and Shore Excursions in Italy.

There are so many things to see and do in Rome either as a private Day Tour from your hotel, or a Shore Excursion from Civitavecchia in the comfort of your own private deluxe vehicle driven by an expert English speaking driver eager to help you create memories you will cherish for life.

This Rome Cabs exclusive Video in Rome showcases most of the places featured in the many private tours offered through Rome Cabs Limousine Car Service and its sister company Stefano Rome Tours. Below are the various Day Tours and Shore Excursions in Rome designed to suit different interests and curiosities.

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Rome in A Day (Day Tour and Shore Excursion from Civitavecchia)

This very popular Day Tour and Shore Excursion offered by both Rome Cabs and Stefano Rome Tours.

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On this tour you venture through the millennia beginning with Ancient Rome where you will visit the world famous Colosseum, Circus Maximus with a splendid backdrop of the imperial houses on Palatine Hill, admire a sweeping panoramic view of the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill from a picturesque terrace on Capitoline Hill, and the world’s most well preserved ancient monument, the Pantheon.

From there you will step into modern times and experience La Dolce Vita by enjoying a gelato on the Spanish Steps and throwing a coin in the famous Trevi Fountain (legend has it if you throw 1 coin it will ensure a future visit to Rome, if you throw 2 coins you will have romance on your visit, and 3 coins results in a marriage proposal.

It’s apparent why some 3,000 Euros worth of coins are collected from the Trevi Fountain each night!). You will also drive by the imposing white monument of Italy’s king Vittorio Emanuele II in Piazza Venezia that’s one of Rome’s most recognizable sights.

After lunch you will cross the borders into a country inside a country: the Vatican! Your visit through the labyrinthine Vatican Museums lined with precious works of art, murals, mosaics, sculptures, and pantings will take you to the sacred Sistine Chapel where you’ll admire the masterpieces of Michelangelo: The Sistine Ceiling and Last Judgment. Your visit will end with a visit to the greatest church in Christendom: St Peter’s Basilica.

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 Seven Wonders of Ancient Rome (Day Tour and Shore Excursion from Civitavecchia)

For Ancient Rome enthusiasts (and there are many!), this tour takes you through time and monuments that are considered nothing short of World Wonders.
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Seven Wonders of Ancient Rome Tour with RomeCabs

Seven Wonders of Ancient Rome Tour with RomeCabs

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The great wonders of Ancient Rome you will visit on this tour are: the Colosseum, Circus Maximus, Trajan’s Forum, the Pantheon, Baths of Caracalla, Via Appia and the Park of the Aqueducts.

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 Vacanze Romane (Roman Holiday – Day Tour and Shore Excursion from Civitavecchia)
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Travel + Leisure Magazine recommended Stefano Rome Tours

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This tour offered via Stefano Rome Tours brings the classic film Vacanze Romane (Roman Holiday) to life by taking you to the places in Rome that starred as stage sets along with Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck.  This tour is perfect for film enthusiasts and those light at heart who wish to experience La Dolce Vita on their visit to Rome.

On this tour you will visit the Colosseum where Joe Bradley took Princess Ann for a visit,  pass by Piazza Venezia and its imposing Monument dedicated to Italy’s King Vittorio Emanuele II.

Eenjoy a panoramic view of the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill  from Capitoline Hill (while noting the spot where Joe Bradley found Princess Ann asleep on a bench), a drive by Teatro Marcello,  the Mouth of Truth (do you dare put your hand in the Mouth of Truth?).

Palazzo Barberini had the role of the Embassy of the country of Princess Ann,  stop to see Castel San’t Angelo and its beautiful bridge lined with Angels (Ponte Sant’Angelo),  

At the Trevi Fountain  you can toss a coin for a return visit to Rome,  then off to the Spanish Steps and to the enchanting nearby  Via Margutta (the famous “Via Margutta 51”, the address of Joe Bradley in the film) that is one of the most charming neighborhoods in Rome.

The Pantheon is also featured in the film where Joe Bradley invited Princess Ann for a drink at a sidewalk cafe.
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Vacanze Romane Scene sm

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Christian Rome   (Day Tour and Shore Excursion from Civitavecchia)

From Caesar and Pontius Pilate, to St. Paul and theApostles, on this Stefano Rome Tours excursion visitors will walk in the footsteps of the Saints.

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Top of St Peter's Basilica overlooking St Peter Square

St Peter’s Basilica overlooking St Peter Square

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The itinerary includes the ancient Roman stadium Circus Maximus where Emperors and Romans alike enjoyed chariot races and other sports.

The church of St Paul Outside the Wall that is said to have been built where St Paul was martyred, the ancient Roman road of Via Appia, the Catacombs where many Christians were buried when Christianity was illegal in Ancient Rome.

St Peter in Chains features Michelangelo’s famous Moses sculpture and the chains that bound St Peter,  Piazza Venezia and its imposing white marble Monument of Vittorio Emanuele II, and the  heart of Christianity: the Vatican.

On your visit to the Vatican you will admire the endless precious works of art, sculptures, mosaics, paintings, murals, and tapestries as you reach the sacred Sistine Chapel that is most recognized for Michelangelo’s Sistine Ceiling and Last Judgment frescoes. Your tour will end with a visit to the greatest church in Christendom: St Peter Basilica.

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We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you soon in Italy!

~The Rome Cabs Team
http://www.RomeCabs.com

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