• Location: Rome, Italy
  • Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
From AUD 96.50

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Reviewed by: timothy h, February 2017

The catacombs are interesting, and the crypts of the Capucin monks are fascinating in their macabre way, but the highlight of this tour is the multi-level look at San Clemente. It's a basilica from the middle ages built on top of a 1st century basilica on top of a Villa from ancient Rome, and you can explore the different layers, moving down through the centuries. Really fascinating look at Roman and religious history.

Reviewed by: Emogene B, February 2017

Well organized tour with a very knowledgeable guide and wonderful bus driver who got us through the Roman traffic! Interesting stops both inside Rome and outside as well. Beautiful 12th century church with a 4th century church in its lowest levels. The bone display was a little creepy.

Reviewed by: Ann M, February 2017

Brilliant! Not at all what you would expect, nothing macabre about the Tour at all - exact opposite it was an wonderful experience, the first crypt was beautiful. Our Tour Guide Rebecca was great, she has a way of giving the information without you losing interest, and bringing in light hearted details which keep you wanting more. Thank you Rebecca. Well worth the time and money to go through some unusual and interesting history of Rome.

Reviewed by: revepatton, January 2017

It was an amazing tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable and spoke excellent English. Actually, it wasn't an all walking tour because we were bused to the various locations. Walking was minimal. I definitely would recommend this.

Reviewed by: Wesley D, January 2017

Great Guide and very informative tour!

Reviewed by: JoDee J, January 2017

fabulous tour, terrific engaging and informative guide! i would recommend this tour enthusiastically!

Reviewed by: ramjirup, January 2017

Again an amazing experience. Demitri was our tour guide and he was excellent. The tour is very interesting. Especially when going into the crypts. The catacombs are amazing and you can feel the history. The Romans certainly celebrated life but also death and this is relayed to the tourist.