• Location: Rome, Italy
  • Duration: 4 hours (approx.)
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Reviewed by: Kathleen W, August 2016

Anyone who has read the book or seen the film should really go on this tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable and very entertaining too. We found the church of the illuminati! It was good having a coach pick us up and take us on to the next part of the story. We learned a lot on this trip - FANTASTIC!

Reviewed by: Ma. Lope M, August 2016

Our tour guide was very entertaining and the same time knowledgeable. Better than the movie!

Reviewed by: Margaret B, August 2016

Great, if you love the book you will love this tour!

Reviewed by: Marija K, August 2016

This tour was not only very informative, but a lot of fun! With so much to see all over Rome, it was very helpful that a bus was provided. Our guide was knowledgeable, entertaining, and clearly very passionate about Rome's art and culture.

Reviewed by: Justine B, August 2016

I highly recommend this tour!!!!!! Our tour guide melanie was billiant!! An unforgettable morning:

Reviewed by: ljallen91, July 2016

After reading the review I knew I wanted to do this tour as Dan Brown is one of my favourite authors.
We had Robert as our tour guide who was amazing, he quoted sections from the book and you could tell that he has such knowledge about Rome.
The tour itself was incredible, the beautiful churches and locations that were visited as well as the history that we were provided with in each locations.
If you are a fan of the books and of history then this is highly recommended. You will not be disappointed and you if you get Robert as your tour guide then you are in for the best tour as he is awesome
Thank you so much for showing us the history of Rome, this was by far the best tour we did.

Reviewed by: JP, Canada, July 2016

A fantastic tour connected to the book. Our guide, Roberto, led us on the adventure that Robert Langdon followed while giving us great historical details about the artifacts and the buildings featured in the book. He separated fact from fiction and kept us on our toes using humour and wit.