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City Wonders

Piazza Barberini, 00100 Rome, Italy
+39 06 8336 0561
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Skip the Line: Vatican Museums, St Peter’s, Sistine Chapel, Small-Group Upgrade...
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Skip the Line: Ancient Rome and Colosseum Half-Day Walking Tour
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Early Access Vatican Museums Small-Group Tour with St Peter’s and Sistine Chapel
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City Wonders Tours (formerly Dark Rome) offers special-access tours in Rome, the Vatican, Venice, Florence and Milan. We specialize in small, single language tours with Skip the Line Access at all major monuments and museums - making sure that you get the very best from every second of your vacation. As an Official Vatican Museums Partner, City Wonders offers No Wait Access at the Vatican Museums along with a number of exclusive and special-access tours. We also have special access to the Colosseum underground, third tier level and arena floor. As well as original walking tours, we offer a number of innovative day trips from Rome to Tuscany, Pompeii and Florence. In operation for over 10 years now, our focus on the little details, our excellent Customer Care team and our careful guide selection have made us one of the most popular tour operators in Rome - and we're still growing!
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Piazza Barberini, 00100 Rome, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday

An amazing storyteller!!! He captivated us right from the start. He's funny, knows a a lot about art history and all the places/sculptures you visit during the tour. You definitely get more then you pay for, time is not of the essence for Robert. He...More

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Reviewed yesterday

We went on the dark heart of Rome tour on our first evening in the city and it was a perfect way to start our trip. Really interesting tour that gives lots of information about Rome and its spooky history. The thing that made the...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Did the full day tour with City Wonders, as the day is split into two, I had two wonderful guides on the day. Nico took us around Rome and his expert knowledge of the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill made these thins come to...More

Thank Suling K
Reviewed yesterday

Vasco was our guide. He was very knowledgeable but made the information interesting, not just names and dates. He took a good amount of time explaining things on the Sistine chapel posters so we knew what interesting things to look for. He was fantastic and...More

Thank juliawv
Reviewed 2 days ago

The opportunity to see up close arguably the most iconic wonder of the ancient world was overwhelming. The tour was made all the more enjoyable because of our guide Halina who was a wealth of knowledge about the history surrounding the Colosseum. Every corner we...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago

The visit was amazing just for the palace we were...when you added to this a semi-private visit (with a few visitors) and a excelent guide...turn this attractiona perfect one... congratulations!!

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Reviewed 3 days ago

Had a great time. Very interesting and was wonderful that we didn't have to stand in those long lines. Worth the money.

Thank Elaine P
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Not worth the price. The special underground section was such a disappointment. You just stand in a single spot and see the arena from a different view point ... that's it. The tour was good but if you have seen gladiator then you already have...More

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Stephanie C
1 August 2017|
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Response from vital amilcar n | Reviewed this property |
Don't buy touristic walks...rome is easy you can do all by yourself and with a map or an app...dont waste time with buses from airport...they make you wait too much...and can be a fight to get a place if you dont buy in... More
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crooky123
29 July 2017|
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Response from john t | Reviewed this property |
Hello Crooky...... Out of those I would do the Collosseum first St Peters Square second then if I had time get the Trevi fountain in. The metro is easy to use. We also used Taxis a couple of times. We were warned they would... More
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february_mom
1 July 2017|
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Response from Nicole G | Reviewed this property |
For our trip: 7.30am meet in Popolo square. 3 hour coach trip with a 15 in break in between, to mount Vesuvius. About 1hr 30mins at Volcano. 30 mins back on the coach to Naples, where you stop for lunch for around 1 hour... More
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