Visitas a Roma

Rome is an amazing city that is full of ancient history. Rome attracts visitors from all over the world making it the third most visited city worldwide. People flock to discover the city’s renowned cuisine as well as its impressive monuments and lively atmosphere. It only makes sense that there are a ton of great tours in Rome to take part in. Read below to learn more about Rome’s history, famous landmarks, and some of today’s most popular Rome tours.

Una rápida historia de Roma

Legend has it that Rome was founded in 753 B.C. by two twin brothers, Romulus and Remus. In the beginning, Rome was a monarchy but switched to a republic government around 509 B.C. It stayed a republic for

a few hundred years until 27 B.C. when it was overthrown and became an empire. It was during the time of the empire that Rome became one of the greatest civilizations. After the fall of the empire in

476 A.D., the Pope because a more integral part of Rome. In 1870, Rome became the capital of Italy and is today one of the most visited cities in Italy and Europe.


Lugares de interés en Roma, Italia


This amphitheater was built over 2,000 years ago and at the time could hold over 50,000 people. Colosseum was created for public shows like watching gladiators fight to their death. Known for its magnificent structure and the brutal history that unfolded within its confines as the centre of Roman indulgence, the Colosseum remained active for over 500 years. Since the sixth century, it has suffered earthquakes, lootings, and even bombings during World War Two. The Colosseum was created for public shows like watching gladiator shows.

El Vaticano

The Pope does not actually live in Rome, but instead in the Vatican. Vatican City is actually considered its own country and has its own postage stamp. One of the most famous attractions at the Vatican is the Sistine Chapel.

Basílica de San Pedro

La Basílica de San Pedro se encuentra en la Ciudad del Vaticano y se inició en 1506. La construcción de la iglesia duró más de cien años y no se terminó hasta 1615.


El Panteón se construyó alrededor del año 126 d.C. Originalmente era un templo romano, pero desde el año 609 d.C. es una iglesia católica.



Catacumbas de Roma

Roma cuenta con un mundo subterráneo que alberga más de 4.000 huesos de monjes capuchinos que fueron colocados allí hace más de 2.000 años.

La Fontana di Trevi

La Fontana di Trevi se construyó en 1732 y hoy es uno de los monumentos más famosos de Roma. Es popular pedir un deseo y tirar una moneda en la fuente. Cada día se recogen en la fuente más de 3.000 euros que se donan a obras de caridad.

La Escalera Española

The Spanish steps have nothing really to do with the Spanish, except for the fact that the Spanish embassy was once at the foot of the steps. Today the Spanish Steps are the perfect location to sit down and people-watch while enjoying a gelato or picnic.

Foro Romano

The Roman Forum is in the center of Rome and was once the main meeting area in ancient Rome. Today visitors can see many ruins of important buildings and sculptures of the past.


¿Cuáles son los mejores recorridos de Roma por City Experiences?

Visita al Coliseo

City Experiences tiene algunas visitas guiadas en Roma que incluyen el Coliseo.


Gladiator’s Gate gives guests special access to the Colosseum and its arena floor. Put yourself in a gladiator’s shoes and walk into the 2,000-year-old structure from the ground floor. Avoid the crowds and long entrance lines and access the arena via the Gladistor’s Gate. Hear tales of ruthless crowds and emperors, then explore the first and second levels with your guide. Guests will also get access to Palatine Hall and the Roman Forum on this tour-an area not usually accessible to the public. The VIP Colosseum Underground Tour with Roman Forum and Palatine Hill is similar to this tour. This tour includes access to the Colosseum Underground, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill, and the Arch of Constantine where the stories will bring the ruins to life. Stand in the spot where gladiators once clashed swords and battles raged before throngs of spectators. Learn what daily life was like in ancient Rome as you walk in the footsteps of everyday citizens among the ruins.

Para vivir una experiencia única, los turistas pueden ver el Coliseo al atardecer con la visita nocturna VIP al Coliseo con el subsuelo y el suelo de la Arena. Este tour también incluye una visita al exterior del Teatro di Marcello y una vista del Foro Romano.

This after-hours access will connect you through storytelling with your local expert guide as you marvel at the incredible architecture of the Colosseum.

Visita a las catacumbas

For those that like unique experiences, visit the Crypts, Bones, and Catacombs tour of underground Rome. With this tour, guests will ride a bus to the Capuchin Crypt, which is sometimes called The Bone Chapel where the bones of over four thousand monks lay to rest. Visitors on this tour will also stop at San Sebastian Catacombs and then Appian Way, a road dating back thousands of years ago. The tour will end at the Roman Aqueducts, unique channels constructed to provide fresh water to populated areas. While the tour takes guests all over Rome, the tour guide will be there the entire step of the way giving interesting facts and tidbits about the surrounding landmarks. This half-day small-group bus tour is guaranteed to thrill adults and children alike.

Visita a pie

If you just got to the city and you are looking for a quick guided tour around Rome, join the Welcome to Rome: Twilight City Stroll and Gelato-Tasting tour. This tour is perfect for getting acquainted with the ancient city. The English guide will take you to famous Rome attractions like Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, Pantheon, the Piazza Navona, and multiple churches. The guide will tell you about the thousand-year-old history of the city and many of the buildings. Along the way, you will pick up plenty of expert tips that you can put to use during the rest of your vacation.

VIP Key Master’s Tour

One of the most unique tours to get a peek behind the scenes with special access is joining the Key Master on a special access tour and witnessing the opening of the Vatican Museums for the day. VIP Vatican Key Master’s Tour: Unlock the Sistine Chapel. Enjoy two exquisite hours inside the museums, sharing the space with a group of no more than twenty guests in total. Spend as much time as you desire inside the museums at the conclusion of your tour. One of the best parts of this tour is the fascinating storytelling and hidden details that your official Vatican guide will reveal to you in each of the galleries that you visit. As stated in Forbes, this exclusive experience spent with the legendary key master takes you through many of the highlights of the Vatican, including the stunning Gallery of Maps, the Gallery of the Candelabra, the Raphael Room, and other locations.

Tour de la comida

One of the best things about visiting Italy is tasting the amazing food. The Local Rome Food Tour: Jewish Quarter & Historic Center is a fun guided food tour that can give guests a taste of what the city has to offer. Visitors will take a guided tour through the Jewish Quarters and Centro Storico as they stop into some of the amazing shops and learn how the Romans eat. The tour covers seven businesses and has guests trying one of the popular Jewish-style fried artichokes, a supplì at a 200-year-old bakery, and some local beer to pair perfectly with fried codfish, a local delight. Guests will even make their own pizza by stretching the dough, placing the toppings, and popping it in the wood-fired oven! Last but not least, the night will end with dessert at a local gelateria for some gelato tasting! The entire tour takes about three hours and includes enough food to satisfy one for dinner.

Another great food tour is the Trastevere Rome: Gourmet Food and Wine Tour. This Rome tour takes you to four different bars and restaurants in the Trastevere neighborhood. Guests will enjoy fine wine, authentic pasta,
and local meats and cheeses.

Clase de cocina

Si quiere ser más práctico en la elaboración de su propia comida, pruebe la clase deelaboración de pasta: Cocinar y beber vino con un chef local. En esta clase de cocina de tres horas, los asistentes trabajarán codo con codo con un italiano de la zona. Los invitados aprenderán todo sobre el arte de la elaboración de la pasta, lo que incluye saber qué forma de pasta queda mejor con los distintos tipos de salsa. En esta clase, los alumnos podrán beber prosecco y aperitivo, hacer y comer su pasta casera, e incluso recibir una demostración de elaboración de helado antes de darse el gusto de comer el postre ellos mismos. Se trata de una experiencia perfecta para los amantes de la gastronomía.

Tour de Roma todo en uno

Short on time in Rome, Italy, but want to see the best attractions in the city? The Rome in a Day Tour with the Vatican, Colosseum, and Historic Center is the perfect all-in-one tour. In one full day visitors will visit the Colosseum, the Vatican City, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, and the Roman Forum.

¿Cuántos días para recorrer Roma?

Aunque hay mucho que ver en Roma (Italia), la ciudad puede verse fácilmente en 3 días. City Experiences cuenta con estupendos recorridos por Roma que te permitirán disfrutar de todo lo que la ciudad tiene que ofrecer en pocos días.

Original post date: June 7, 2022