Skip the Line: Crypts and Roman Catacombs Small Group Walking Tour
Reviewed by: Marie W, September 2014
Rebecca our guide for the afternoon was amazing. Her enthusiasm for the history of Rome was so evident during her tour. Would highly recommend this tour and Rebecca.
Reviewed by: fiona c, September 2014
Our guide Becky was very informative and chatty and made the tour very enjoyable.
Reviewed by: Nadine, September 2014
My kids were slightly spooked out, but amazed at this tour. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable.
Reviewed by: Vincent M, September 2014
This is an awesome tour and highly recommended.
Reviewed by: Clifford Chua, Singapore, August 2014
I found the tour really inspiring and educational. The guides did a great job in giving us the history and the anecdotes of the lives of the early Christians. This is a hidden part of Rome that very few hear about or get to see. If you want something out of the ordinary, this is a fabulous choice!
Reviewed by: Sylvia L, August 2014
This was a great way to see the Crypts and Catacombs. It sounds a bit macabre but it provides an interesting education around the history of the Christians and Roman's. The tour is by tour bus and starts with a short trip to the catacombs which is about 20 min by tour bus just outside of the city walls. There are 2 more stops - both were equally fascinating especially as you walk down the different 'layers' of the history. Its quite amazing to walk down hundreds of years of development. The last stop is the most macabre with the various skeletons re - designed into art by the monks. We found it really interesting and the kids were engaged (16 and 13) in the whole tour. As always the tour guides knowledge of these places really helps to bring alive the history. It wouldn't be the same to tour these on your own unless you had really researched the history behind these places on your own. Highly recommend this tour.
Reviewed by: Robyn R, August 2014
The guide was both informative and interesting. She made the effort to make sure that everyone on the tour, including children, were involved and had their questions answered. I would highly recommend this to anyone going to Rome, who would like a tour beyond that of the boring headsets and would like to see sites usually ignored by most guides.