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Jet Stream is the inimitable Italy with the whole variety of its unique culture and unforgettable natural wonders.

We shall unveil the secrets of the great Italian art and history for you.

We will offer you an opportunity to explore Italy further than well-known tourists’ routes usually do so that you could see Italy the way you have never seen it before.



Unique guided tours

History and culture of Italy
National parks
Gastronomic tours, wine- and food tasting, cooking courses
Hot springs
Stalactite caves
Volcanoes and craters
Fishing from a trawler boat
Photo-safari accompanied by professional photographers
Helicopter trips
Underwater  archeology
Thematic excursions
Development of a customized tour
Personal guide in Rome and other cities of Italy

 


New Excursions

Ancient Roman Banquet
Linger a while - thou art so fair! (Rome with a camera)
Italian cuisine lesson


New Year in Rome
We invite you to see the New Year in the way Italians do



Tours and excursions

Rome
Suburbs of Rome
One-day trips outside Rome
Naples and Campania
Florence and Tuscany
Sicily
Milan and Lombardy
Venice and Veneto
San-Marino
Turin and Piedmont
Sardinia
Basilicata
Apulia
Liguria
Seasonal Trips
Specialized Tours
Cruise excursions
Group excursions


Rome
Region Lazio is the place where Aeneas landed in the distant 1200 BC after the Troy campaign and where his descendants founded the Eternal City. Rome, stretching between the Apennines and Tyrrhenian Sea, is good in all seasons for shopping, entertainment and all kinds of cultural outings.

General overview tour

Brief overview of the most well-known sights of Rome, absolute ‘musts’.

Ancient Rome

Coliseum, the Forums, Capitoline Hill, the Circus Maximus, Palatine Hill, Theatre of Marcellus, as well as the Rome only known by the connoisseurs, hiding astonishing buildings and lanes of the ancient city created during the great Roman Empire.

Ancient Rome for children
A brief but an exciting introduction into the ancient period with its main landmarks: Capitoline Hill with its legends of the she-wolf and geese saving Rome, Forums and certainly Coliseum.

Gladiator fight lesson
A two-hours’ lesson during which you are going to feel like a real gladiator.
Medieval Rome
Churches, towers, castles built literally among the ruins of the antique culture.

Renaissance Rome
The revival of Rome after the period of stagnation in the Middle Ages was marked by the construction of palaces (Farnese Palace, Venice Palace) and bridges (Ponte Sisto), renovation of aqueducts and formation of the first squares (Capitoline) and streets (Julia street).

Roman Baroque
Period of the absolute power of the Catholic Church competing with the luxury of ancient Roman Emperors and contrasting itself with the Protestant doctrine.

Risorgimento (or ‘The Resurgence’), the birth of new Italy
“The Museum of the Risorgimento Resistance” will acquaint you with its leader Giuseppe Garibaldi and the sights associated with him including the observation deck on Janiculum (Gianicolo) Hill.

The Rome of Mussolini
The Rome of Mussolini’s dictatorship different from our usual idea of Rome as “the eternal city” where duce trying to outdo the Antiquity itself preferred the contrasts of antique colors and the monumental grandeur.
• The Rome of Mussolini
• The Rome of Mussolini’s dictatorship different from our usual idea of Rome as “the eternal city” where duce trying to outdo the Antiquity itself preferred the contrasts of antique colors and the monumental grandeur. This is the Rome of neorealism, Cinecitta (Italian Mosfilm), broad avenues, like EUR. You are going to visit the residence of duce on the villa Torlonia with a secret underground bunker.
• The entrance to villa Torlonia is paid apart.
• Car
• 3 hours

Segway trip
With a segway, a two-wheeled vehicle, from a pedestrian you become an “advanced” tourist who travels around faster, further and easier.

Segway trip
With a segway, a two-wheeled vehicle, from a pedestrian you become an “advanced” tourist who travels around faster, further and easier.
During this nice trip around the eternal city we will stop at the Circus Maximus, Aventine with its Orange garden and the secret hole, “the Mouth of Truth”, Forum Boarium (Oxen Forum), Piazza Venezia, Capitoline, Imperial Forums, Coliseum.
Segway hire 60 euro
Segway
3 hours (half hour’s instruction included)

Panoramic Rome.
The whole variety of the observation decks and hills of Rome.
Panoramic Rome
The tour is designed for the lovers of spectacular views and belvederes who who are not that fond of helicopters. You will enjoy the variety of the observation decks and hills, both in the historical and the new parts of Rome, namely: the Aventine Belvedere, Garibaldi Square and Gianicolo Belvedere, the favorite place of lovers Zodiac, Saint Angel Castle observation deck, fast lift to the Victor Emmanuel monument, view of the forums from Trajan’s markets and – for the most persistent – climbing the cupola of St. Peter’s Cathedral.

Car
3 hours
Flight over Rome
Rome from the bird’s eye (up to seven persons).

Flight over Rome
Panoramic view of Rome (25 minutes). Rome from bird’s eye, almost a zero-altitude flight so that you could observe the heart of Rome - the forums, Coliseum, Piazza Venezia and Piazza di Spagna - in detail.
Rome from outside (30 minutes) – going outside the city ring we will see the jewels of Roman suburbia: Tivoli, the summer residence of the Pope of Rome, and the crater lakes.
Rome in “broad perspective” (60 minutes), the charming province of Rome.
Up to seven persons.
Taxi transfer is ordered in advance
2 hours (30-minutes’ flight)

Night Rome lights
A walk or a car tour of the night Rome with its main sights that will appear in new romantic light.
Night Rome lights
Car tour or a walk around the night Rome with its main sights that will appear in new romantic light (thanks to night lighting): Coliseum, Tiber, Castello de San Angelo and Vatican. You will plunge into the unforgettable atmosphere of Piazza Navona with its famous Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini and the Trevi Fountain into which tourists through coins to come back over and over again to the Eternal City.

By car or on foot
2 hours

Ghosts of Rome
The famous ghosts of Rome in historical sites
The ghosts of Rome
Even the ghosts of Rome choose historical places: Campo dei Fiori, Castello de San Angelo, Augustus Mausoleum, Piazza Navona haunted by Neron, Beatrice Cenci, Mastro Titta, the executioner of Europe, Donna Olympia, Giordano Bruno, Pope Borgia and many others. Unique Museum of the Holy Souls in Purgatory.
According to the museum opening hours
By car or on foot
2 hours

The Rome of pilgrims
The pilgrim route associated with the sites of Martyrdom of Saint Apostles Peter and Paul.
The Rome of pilgrims
Pilgrimage (from “palm tree”, branches of which the first Christian pilgrims brought from the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem). Another great route led from Rome, the place of Saint Peter’s and Saint Paul’s martyrdom. To learn the origins and history of the pilgrimage in Rome we will repeat “the route of the seven churches” – Via Francigena – the way of the medieval pilgrims to the place of the apostles’ death, originally volunteer, later as the highest form of penitence, purification and absolution, which in 1300 by order of Pope Boniface VIII became the Year of Jubilation, or theHoly Year.
Approximately 3 hours
Christian Rome
We will visit the catacombs with their clandestine symbols as well as churches and cathedrals, associated with the emergence of Christianity.

Christian Rome

We will visit the catacombs with their clandestine symbols as well as churches and cathedrals, associated with the emergence of Christianity. You will have an opportunity to see and worship the great shrines. The Holy staircase from Pontius Pilate’s palace, baby Jesus’s cradle, the thorns from the Crown of Thorns and the nails from the Cross, the Pillar of the Flagellation… Catacombs (one to your choice), Santa Maria Maggiore Cathedral, Cathedral of the True Cross, Santa Prossede Cathedral, etc.
By car
3 hours

Churches and basilicas of Rome
The tour includes many churches and basilicas that  remain beyond the usual tourist routes.

Churches and basilicas of Rome.
Make a tour of Roman churches and basilicas to appreciate all their diversity ranging from the early Christian basilicas built on the ruins of the ancient temples to the Renaissance basilicas with the murals of the great masters and numerous burials.
Many of these are extraordinary and not included into standard tours. We recommend:
The Basilica of St.Clement – a multilayered building  constructed on the ruins of a Roman house and ancient mithraeum where the characters of the frescos curse in a most crude language.
The Basilica of St. Silvestro in Capite* with the head of John the Baptist which is believed to be enshrined in this basilica;
The Basilica of St. Mary of the Altar of Heaven (Santa Maria in Aracoeli) * with the altarpiece of St. Helena Augusta, statue of Baby Jesus carved of olive wood from the Gethsemane garden;
The Church of Saint Ignatius of Loyola at Campus Martius and The Church of the Gesù* – Jesuit churches;
The Basilica of Saint Mary in Cosmedin (Santa Maria in Cosmedin) a Greek church built over the remains of the Templum Herculis Pompeiani, famous for the holy relics of St. Valentine;
The Church of Cosmas and Damian, St. Pudentiana, the Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and the Martyrs, the Church of Our Lady of Victory (Santa Maria della Vittoria).
Up to you to decide
*Only during this tour
By car
3 hours

The route of the Saints.
Visit the sights associated with the saints beginning from the apostles.
The route of the Saints
Rome is a city where a lot of places still retain the spirit of the great Saints of Early Christianity, from Saint Peter and Paul, St. John the Evangelist, St. Jerome as well as the saints of the Middle Ages, St. Francis, St. Benedict, St. Catherine of Sienna, the tombs of St. Philip and James the Younger.

By car
3 hours

The Rome of Angels and Demons
Exciting immersion into the atmosphere of Dan Brown’s bestseller, secrets of Vatican and the Holy Inquisition, mysterious symbols of Bernini’s monuments and sculptures.
The Rome of Angels and Demons
Exciting immersion into the atmosphere of Dan Brown’s bestseller, secrets of Vatican and the Holy Inquisition, mysterious symbols of Bernini’s monuments and sculptures. Unexpected obstacles that turned the filmmaking into a thorny path.

In the morning or in the afternoon
3 hours

Horrors of Rome, or Dance Macabre.

Rome from an unusual vantage point: the Crypt Santa Maria della Concezione , paved with the bones of Franciscan monks, monumental  cemetery of Verano, bloodcurdling frescos of Santo Stefano Rotondo, that horrified Marquis de Sade himself.
• Rome from an unusual vantage point: the Crypt Santa Maria della Concezione , paved with the bones of Franciscan monks, monumental cemetery of Verano, bloodcurdling frescos of Santo Stefano Rotondo, that horrified Marquis de Sade himself. Visit to the museum of Criminology.
• Churches and museums according to their opening hours
• 3 hours

On the Seven Hills
The famous Roman hills: the Palatine, Capitoline, Aventine, Viminal, Cailian, Qurinal and Esquiline hills – in the past and now.

• On the Seven Hills
• The famous Roman hills: the Palatine, Capitoline, Aventine, Viminal, Cailian, Qurinal and Esquiline hills – in the past and now. But it turns out that there are more than seven hills in the Eternal City! We will also visit the observation deck and see the Pincian, Janiculum, Vatican hills, and Monte Mario.

• 3 hours

Myths and Legends of Ancient Rome
It is all like in the legend: the Roman she-wolf, Romulus and Remus, their argument about the foundation of the city, their duel, abduction of the Sabine women, betrayal of Tarpeia, the geese saving Rome… Myths and Legends of Rome.
It is all like in the legend: the Roman she-wolf, Romulus and Remus, their argument about the foundation of the city, their duel, abduction of the Sabine women, betrayal of Tarpeia, the geese saving Rome. But how much of it is true and how much a legend? The Capitoline Hill, Santa Maria in Aracoeli, the Aventine Hill, the Circus Maximus.
2 hours

Museums of Vatican
The biggest museum complex in the world in the smallest state in the world: museums of Vatican, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Square and St. Peter’s Cathedral.
Museums of Vatican

The biggest museum complex in the world, consisting of 1200 rooms, in the smallest independent state in the world with an area of 44 ha.
A shorter variant (3 hours) includes some museums, Sistine Chapel, St. Pieter’s Square and Cathedral. A more extended and detailed variant (4 hours) also includes the museum of the Carriage Museum exhibiting pope’s carriages and popemobiles, Pontifical picture gallery, Stanze di Raffaello (Raphael's rooms) and Stanza dell'Incendio del Borgo (the Room of the Fire in the Borgo).
Museum tickets (14 euro)
From 3 hours


The Gardens of Vatican
The personal park of the Pope of Rome, taking up almost half of the Vatican state.
Vatican Gardens

The personal park of the Pope of Rome, taking up almost half of the Vatican state. Founded as early as the 13th century and continuously changing, up to now it is considered the Holy of Holies of the Vatican state, on the territory of which free movement is forbidden.
This is a park with unique landscape design, rare species of plants, fountains, statues, grottos, little temples and sanctuaries, cactuses and even wild green parrots!
To be ordered in advance. Entrance is paid apart.

3 hours.

Vatican: the other side of the coin.
Finance, power and the dark stains in history of the Vatican state. Vatican: the other side of the coin.
Vatican: the other side of the coin
Vatican as a state and an enormous powerful political and financial machine: pre-state history of the Church, historical pre-requisites, the struggle for power, dark stains in the history of Vatican, the bank of Vatican, complicated Italy-Vatican relations and many more.
Walk
3 hours

A Night in the Museum
A unique opportunity to see the treasures of the Vatican museums at night.
A Night in the Museum
A unique opportunity to see Laocoön, Apollo of Belvedere, ancient sarcophagi, tapestries after Raphael lit by moonlight.

Only September and Octber
3 hours

Early Christian grottos of Vatican
Open to everyone, Saint Peter’s Cathedral in Vatican conceals as a matter of fact a lot of secrets and mysteries!
Open to anyone, Saint Peter’s Cathedral in Vatican conceals as a matter of fact a lot of secrets and mysteries!
Entrance (10 euro) is paid extra
Walk
3 hours

An audience with the Pope of Rome
You can be present at the audience with the Pope of Rome on St. Peter’s Square. Audience with the Pope of Rome.
Presence at the pontifical audience on St. Peter’s Square, with the triumphant procession of the Pope around the square in a unique personal popemobile, speech with the quotations from the Bible.
In the atmosphere full of pathos and bliss, the prayer of almost 120,000 voices ends in the pontifical blessing.
Visit to St. Peter’s Cathedral

3 hours

Villa Borghese
Park museum in the open air and Borghese gallery, “the queen of private collections” that belonged to the family Napoleon married into.

Villa Borghese
• Park museum in the open air and Galleria Borghese, “the queen of private collections” that belonged to the family Napoleon married into. Paintings of Caravaggio, Raphael, Titian, “living” sculptures of Bernini and Pauline Bonaparte as Venus Victrix by Antonio Canova.
To be ordered plus entrance (8,5 euro)
Car
3 hours

Parks and Gardens of Rome
Parks that used to be luxurious villas of the aristocratic families of Renaissance and Baroque. Parks and gardens of Rome.

Parks and Gardens of Rome
Parks that used to be luxurious villas of the aristocratic families of Renaissance and Baroque: Villa Pamphili, Ada, Borghese, Aldobrandini.
May to June: Municipal rose garden with 1,100 varieties from all over the world planted on the site of the former Jewish graveyard; it is divided into various sections and catagories: botanical, antique, modern and unique kinds (e.g. color-changing roses, stinking roses), and one-of-the-kind roses.
Car
3 hours

Rome and water
Fountains, monumental bridges, ancient aqueducts, and Roman ports. Rome and water.
Rome and water
Fountains and water is the face of the city: 23 monumental bridges over Tiber, baths of Caracalla, grandiose Renaissance and Baroque “water exhibitions”, archeological park of aqueducts, Roman ports and thousands of taps with drinking water and thematic fountains.
By car
3 hours

Russians in Rome, XIX century.
Following the steps of famous writers and artists in Rome. Russians in Rome, XIX century.

Following the steps of Nikolai Gogol, Karl Brullov, “Corinna of the North” – Zinaida Volkonskaya, Kyprensky, Saint Cyril and Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker; literary Caffè Greco, monumental cemetery Testaccio, Orthodox churches of St. Nicholas and St. Catherine, church of St. Andrea della Fratte, St. Clement, St. Gioacchino.
Car
3 hours

She-Wolf and Sphinx
Great heritage of Egypt in the history and culture of Rome. She-wolf and Sphinx.
Like Caesar who was enchanted by Cleopatra, Rome was enchanted by Egypt and its cultural heritage: Pyramid of Cestius, Piazza del Popolo, Egyptian obelisks on the main squares of the city.
Car
3 hours

Personalized history: great names of Rome
Sights associated with the names of great Michelangelo, Raphael, Bernini, Borromini, Caravaggio. Personalized history: great names of Rome.

Sights associated with the names of famous Italians:
Michelangelo – the Capitoline Hill, churches of of Santa Maria degli Angeli and Santa Maria sopra la Minerva, palazzo Farnese, Moses, Porta Pia, his last work.
Raphael – hous of Fornarina, Farnesina, Sant Eligio degli Orefici, Sibyls in Santa Maria della Pace, Prophet Elijah in San Agostino,Santa Maria del Popolo, the tomb in Patheon.
Bernini: fountana della Barcaccia, Triton fountain and the fountain of the Four Rivers, palazzo Barberini, Ponte Sant’Angelo, churches of Maria del Popolo, San Lorenzo in Lucina, Santo Francesco a Ripa, last masterpiece San Andrea del Quirinale, personal home and tomb.
Borromini:  - San Giovanni, San Carlino, San Ivo, San Agnese, Palazzo Spada, gallery with an optical trick, San Giovanni in Laterano, tomb in SanGiovanni dei Fiorentini.
Caravaggio: - San Luigi dei Francesi, San Agostino, via di Pallacorda (to your wish – one of the private collections with the works of Caravaggio: Corsini, Barberini, Pamphili, Spada).
Car
3 hours

Museums and Galleries of Rome
Richest collections of the Capitoline, Etruscan museums, national Roman, galleries Barberini, Corsini and Spada, villa Farnesina and Palazzo Pamphili. Museums and Galleries of Rome.
Capitoline museum  was the first museum to open for the wide public; it conceals the secrets of the Capitoline Hill. Tapestries, picture gallery (Caravaggio, Giotto, Titian, Veronese, Rubens), original Greek statues and the Capitoline She-Wolf.
The National Etruscan Museum. Housed in a 16th-century villa Giulia, the collection of artefacts of the unique Etruscan culture is the most significant in its kind.
The National Museum of Rome is divided in separate palaces: the crypta Balbi, Palazzo Altemps (classical sculpture and epigraphy), 18th-century palazzo Braschi famous for its monumental staircase and cityscapes of the old Rome), museum Trastevere – museum of popular culture in the most 'folk' neighbourhood (aquarelles of the 'lost Rome'), scenes of the folk life), palazzo Massimo on the remains of the Baths of Diocletian (antique sculpture, mosaics, unique numismatic collection).
Barberini Gallery is the most luxurious palace designed by two genii of the Italian Baroque – Bernini and Borromini – for Barberini, the most scandalous pope of his time and a real connoisseur  and Maecenas of arts, whose family is celebrated by a spectacular ceiling fresco, "The Triumph of Divine Providence." Masterpieces of Caravaggio, Raphael, Tintoretto, Lippi.
Corsini (plus Farnesina, 1 hour), a picture gallery containing paintings of 14th-17th centuries (Beato Angelico, Van Dyck, Rubens, etc.), is a former palace of whimsical Christine of Sweden with an adjacent unique botanic garden. If you wish, we can combine it with villa Farnesina, embellished by frescos of Raphael, who was so head over heals with his Fornarina that he didn’t want to separate with her even during work, which is reflected in the piquant character of the frescoes.
Pamphili, a private palace-gallery, up to now belonging to the descendants of this eminent family who live in the palace while you are visiting it as a tourist. Works of Caravaggio, Raphael and Titian in the framing of gold-and-mirror Baroque furnishing of the rooms.
Спада – небольшая, но емкая коллекция кардинала Спада –типичный пример художественного вкуса и размещения картин в частных колекциях 17 в.: богатый вывбор караваджистов, Тициан, Ланфранко, Доменикино, Дюрер. Галлерея с обманным эффектом работы Борромини.
Spada, a small but rich collection of Cardinal Spada is a typical example of the artistic taste and the characteristic 17-th century frame-to-frame arrangement of a private collection of paintings. Wide choice of the caravigists , Titian, Lanfranco, Domenichino, Dürer. Borommini's famous eye-tricking illusionistic corridor.
Taxi transfer +tickets. Monday off.
By car.
Approximately 2 hours per museum.


• Трансфер на такси + билеты. Понедельник – выходной
• Автотранспорт
• От 2 часов на каждый музей

Jewish Rome
The history and culture of the Jews, beginning from the destruction of the Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem and the emergence of the diaspora. Jewish Rome.
Jewish Rome
History of the Jews in Rome beginning from the destruction of the Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem and the emergence of the diaspora. Christianisation of the Jewish community, relations with the Catholicism, the life of the Jewish Ghetto before the unification of Italy, “the Jewish question” under Mussolini. Ghetto quarter and the Synagogue, the museum of the Jewish art and culture.
A walk
3 hours

Palazzos of Rome
Palazzo Venezia, Cenci, Carpegna, Farnese, Odescalchi, Chiggi, Pamphili, Massimo, Orsini, Barberini, Madama. Palazzos of Rome.
Palazzos of Rome
The majority of the buildings in the city centre are the palaces of the eminent noble families, who used to rule Rome since the Middle Ages and built their residences right on the ancient monuments. The development of the typology of the palazzo from 15th to 18th century.
Palazzo Venezia, Cenci, Carpegna, Farnese, Odescalchi, Chiggi, Pamphili, Massimo, Orsini, Barberini, Madama. Palazzos of Rome.
On foot or by car
3 hours

Quirinal, the palace of the President of Italy
The famous palace, which used to be the residence of the Pope of Rome as well as the first and the last Kings of Italy. Quirinal, the palace of the President of Italy.
Quirinal, the palace of the President of Italy
A rare occasion to peep into the holy of holies of the Italian power – into the residence of the First Gentleman of the State, which changed many owners throughout its history: it used to be the residence of the Pope of Rome as well as the first and the last Kings of Italy. 

Only on Sundays mornings +entrance ticket
2 hours

Zoo Rome
Zoological symbolism of Rome. Zoo Rome.
Zoo Rome.
Walking around Rome you constantly come across zoological symbolism ranging from common to exotic: beginning from the Capitoline Hill with its she-wolf and the stone horses of the Dioscuri, gain from the wisdom of Bernini’s elephant, drink from the fountain in Pig street.
A walk
3 hours


Wine tasting
Excursion to a tavern or a wine cellar, wine tasting with the commentary of a professional sommelier. Wine tasting.
Wine tasting
The best way to learn the peculiarities of the local wine making is to go to a local tavern or wine cellar (“enoteca” in Italian) which specialize in different sorts of wine.

Professional sommelier will tell you about the peculiarities of the wines of this or that region, about the best vintages, and other secrets of wine making. The information will be accompanied by wine tasting and the typical amuse-bouches, bringing out the flavour of this or that wine.
Special reservation is necessary. Excursion is possible with or without the company of the guide.
(car) If you wish
1 hour
 


Archeology “astride” and “on the plate”
Excursion ride along the ancient Appian Way, the world’s largest archaeology park, in chariots or on a horse. Dinner in a 400-year-old restaurant. Archeology astride and on the plate.
Plunge into the atmosphere of the ancient Appian Way, the first consulate road laid in 312 BC. Romans were the first in Europe to invent roads; they travelled them in chariots and on horses. This is the way you will travel them too. Take a ride around the world’s largest archaeology park from the Appian Gate, along the Church Quo Vadis (Where Peter once saw the image of Christ), through the Christian catacombs St. Callista, Circus of Maxentius, mausoleum of Ceacilia Metella.
Visit the restaurant that has existed for 400 years in the building of the only ancient post office (throughout the 550km of the road!) in the oldest and most romantic part of the park in the midst of pagan tombs and mausoleums. In this restaurant you will be offered a special menu of typical local dishes and wines. The most daring will see the wine cellar under the basement of the Appian Way with the remnants of the ancient columbarium.
Preliminary reservation
Horse hire: €15 per hour.
Meat menu € 40
Fish menu € 50
Chariot or horse
3 hours

Villa Madama
Villa Madama which belonged to the daughter of Charles V was designed by Raphael and is one of the earliest examples of the Renaissance suburban villa. Villa Madama.
Villa Madama
Villa Madama which belonged to the daughter of Charles V was designed by Raphael. One of the earliest examples of the Renaissance suburban villa, it was placed in the dominant position on the slope of a mountain. Presently the property of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Tickets (€ 10) are paid apart
Transfer
3 hours

Linger a while - thou art so fair

Rome with a camera. Take a picture of the sunsets and sunrises in the most beautiful and romantic places of Rome to keep the unforgettable memories. Linger a while…
Linger a while - thou art so fair!
Rome with a camera. Take a picture of the sunsets and sunrises in the most beautiful and romantic places of Rome to keep the unforgettable memories.
It is not enough just to see it, sometimes you feel like capturing the moments of its hectic life: morning mist on the observation deck above the city, play of light in the emerald water of fountains, rays of sun in the stained-glass windows of basilicas, crimson sunsets over Tiber, shadows of the forums’ ruins.
You can choose any route for a walk with a professional photographer who will give you theoretical advice on your photo technique, composition of your shot; offer you practical exercises, and let you check your skills on specialist equipment.
Your own camera
A walk
3 hours
Rome in a retro car a la Dolce Vita
A ride around Rome in retro cars (Limousine, Lincoln, Rolls-Royce). Rome in a retro car a la Dolce Vita
Rome in a retro car a la Dolce Vita
Indulge in a visit to the Eternal city the way celebrities like actors, princes, presidents, and kings visit and see it.
A ride through Rome in retro car is not merely an overview excursion, it’s a genuine immersion into the style of Dolce Vita and the most luxurious places of the city: Veneto street with its first class hotels and restaurants, haute couture streets – Condotti, Borgognona and Frattina, observation decks with the best panoramic views, famous hang-out spots.
The excursion is crowned by a meal in one of the most prestigious restaurants, including those awarded by Michelin stars (up to you to choose from).
By car
2 hours
The Rome of Cinema
Visit the sights of Rome associated with numerous Hollywood films. The Rome of cinema.
The Rome of Cinema
Visit the sights of Rome associated with numerous Hollywood films such as Ben-Hur, Cleopatra, Angels and Demons, as well as the Italian cinematographic masterpieces- Rome, Open City; Dolce Vita; Roman Holiday, etc. – and their most famous scenes. Take a memorable photo, like, for example, your hand in the horrifying Bocca della Verita like in the Roman Holiday.
On special preliminary booking you can visit Cinecitta – the Roman Hollywood, where more than 3,000 were made, 90 from which were nominated for Oscar; where worked Fellini, Coppola, Scorsese, Visconti, … Built under Mussolini, it became the birthplace of the Italian neorealism. For the surrealism of its film studios it was called ‘the factory of dreams’.  Includes visit to the museum, the sets of the Ancient Rome, gallery devoted to the celebrities of the Italian cinema, filming sites.
Film studio on special reservation
By car
3 hours

Italian cuisine lesson
Italian cuisine is not just the notorious pizza. Take a lesson of the Italian cuisine from a professional chef.
Italian cuisine lesson
Italian cuisine is not just the notorious pizza. Take a lesson of the Italian cuisine from a professional chef of one of he first-class restaurants of Rome to learn the basics of endless fish and meat appetizers, the famous pasta with its regional variations, standard second-course dishes, desserts, as well as the right selection of wines advised by a professional sommelier. However, if you always wanted to get to know the secret of the Italian pizza, you will learn it, too.

Transfer (by car)
3 hours

Ancient Roman banquet
A unique immersion in the atmosphere of the Ancient Rome with one of its most famous pastimes, that is, banquets. Have dinner the way Ancient Romans did. Ancient Roman banquet.
Ancient Roman banquet
A unique immersion in the atmosphere of Ancient Rome with one of its most famous pastimes – banquets. You will be offered to recline in the genuine ancient triclinium and wear a toga to be able to imagine yourself a real patrician. The waiters in ancient apparel, girls with fans, dancers, if you wish Ancient Roman music played on the authentic instruments. The most unusual, though, is the absolutely new gastronomic experience from the bizarre, to our taste, dishes made according to the recipes of the ancient cooks. Taste the dishes, which Caesar ate.

From 2,5 hours

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