Admire the beauties and the tourist attractions of Rome in 1 day while walking through its magnificent monuments. Take a day out to immerse yourself in the immortal atmosphere of the UNESCO World Heritage city.
The panoramic tour of Rome includes a walking tour and a bus tour. The walking tour includes:
- Castel Sant’Angelo
- Saint Peter’s Basilica
- Theathre of Marcellus
- Altar of the Fatherland
- Trevi Foutain
- Piazza Navona
Panoramic ride bus tour:
- Tiberine Island
- Pyramideof Cestious
- Baths of Caracalla
- Archbasilica of St. John Lateran
- Basilica of Saint Mary the Major
- Circus Maximus
- Mouth of Truth
Discover in one day the timeless charm of Rome, alternating walking routes with our guide to the bus ride along the itinerary designed for you by Civitatours. Let yourself be enchanted by the suggestive atmospheres of our panoramic tour of Rome, and discover all the most beautiful tourist attractions of the Italian historical and cultural heritage.
Departure by bus at 09.30 am from Civitavecchia. After just over an hour of driving, you will arrive in Via Lungotevere Marzio Zanardelli. You will descend right in front of the Justice Palace, on the opposite side of Ponte Umberto I, from where you will start your tour of Rome.
The tour leader will take you on foot along a breathtaking historical route, which will take you from the ancient fortress of Castel Sant’Angelo to St. Peter’s Square with the Basilica built by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. In this way you can admire in all its majesty the Basilica of St. Peter*, with its famous dome 133 meters high.
After a stop of about an hour and a half, you will return to your bus to start the panoramic tour by bus of Rome along the Tiber. You will follow the river near the Tiber Island to head first to the Pyramid of Cestious and then to the Baths of Caracalla.
The panoramic route is not finished here, because you will admire the Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano and the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, and then the Colosseum, the Circus Maximus and the Mouth of Truth.
The bus will leave you in Via Petroselli, where you will start the walking route through the picturesque streets of the city centre. You will leave from the Theatre of Marcellus and continue up until Piazza del Campidoglio (headquarter of the City Hall of the Capital) and Piazza Venezia, where the imposing Altar of the Fatherland stands.
At this point your companion will take you to the most famous baroque fountain in the world to honor the rite of the three coins: the Trevi Fountain.
After the stop at the Fountain you will have about 1h30 of free time to eat and take a walk in peace to the Pantheon and Piazza Navona, to admire its beautiful fountains.
At the end of this Panoramic tour of Rome, your bus will wait for you at 4.00/30 pm in Via Lungotevere Marzio Zanardelli. The timetable may vary slightly according to the departure of your ship. The arrival time at the port of Civitavecchia is expected around 5.15/30 pm. The return trip will take just over an hour.
To reach our Civitatours bus you can take the free shuttles at your disposal at the pier of your ship. We kindly invite you to arrive at the meeting point not later than 09:15 am. The bus does just one stop in Largo della Pace, where you will find our staff with booking lists waiting for you.
You will easily recognize them by the Civitatours signs they hold.
You can find the Panoramic Rome tour prices as follows:
- Adult: 33,50 €
- Reduced: children (3 – 12 yo) 24 €
- Free: infant (0 – 2 yo)
Saint Peter’s Church priority entrance and guided visit ticket:
- Price: 22 €
- Free: children (0 – 5 yo)
The ticket price includes the official Vatican guide in the language requested by the group
- Explanations of the tour leader only on board the bus
- The tour may be bilingual
- Tour not recommended to people with mobility issues
- Please bring comfortable shoes
- Mandatory dress code for the Saint Peter’s Church visit: women must have arms and knees covered while men must wear t- shirts and have covered knees.
- Saint Peter’s Church priority entrance and guided visit: by order of the Vatican the priority entry service to the Basilica is suspended on Sundays and holidays, while on Wednesdays the Rome Panoramic tour could suffer variations to allow the visit in the Church during the afternoon.