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ABOVE: Don't be afraid to take an occasional
break from sightseeing. INSET BELOW: A cool-weather visitor admires a fountain.
The Papal Villas of
Visit the Palazzo Farnese in Caprarola or the Villa Lante at Bagnaia, using this suggested
itinerary from In Italy Online.
The Old Jewish Quarter
This illustrated article is from the
and Unusual" section of Virtual Roma.
(The site can be maddening to navigate; if you can't find your way out of a
page, scroll down for a menu.)
the Eternal City in Less than an Eternity: Rome in a Day
This article from Noambit, a
travel site and purveyor of audio guides, tells how to make the most of a quick
trip to Rome.
Sightseeing Cruises romeforvisitors.com
Battelli di Roma offers "hop-on, hop-off" itineraries, dinner cruises, and a
"wine bar" cruise on the Tevere.
Tours and Excursions:
Rome our partner
Book city tours, regional day trips, "hop on, hop off" sightseeing-bus passes, and Papal audiences online before you leave home.
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Stroll through Rome with two performers from the Miracle
Players who offer an alternative view of the Eternal City's "bizarre
facts, quirks, and idiosyncrasies." The group also performs tongue-in-cheek
history plays at The Roman Forum.
Three guides, all licensed since 1991, offer
private and semiprivate tours with a variety of mainstream and specialized
themes (such as "Underground Rome," "Dan Brown's Angels and Demons,"
"Jewish Rome," and "Rome for Kids").
Insight Rome: Cultural
This local tour company provides a variety of escorted walks for small groups. Car
transportation is available, and the firm arranges bus excursions for associations and
Mirabilia Urbis Tours
Choose from eight specialized walking tours organized by Daniella Hunt, who has
a degree in Classics and teaches ancient Roman history.
Rome Made to Measure
Sergio Coggia's staff of professors, scholars, artisans, and other expert guides
offer personalized walking tours on subjects such as history, art history,
architecture, and archaeology.
This cultural organization specializes in architectural itineraries in and
around Rome. Most are walking tours, but some are by bicycle or minivan.
Cicerone "Walk With Me" self-guided tours include audiocassettes and large
printed maps. They're available for Rome, Venice, Florence, Siena, and
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Inset photo © Merrell Wreden.