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FAQS: Rome Tours

 

Where does your "Rome Evening Tour" meet?

The ‘Rome Evening Tour’ meets by the Spanish Steps. Full details of the exact location are included on the confirmation voucher which you will receive when you book your tour.

 

Where does your "Rome Evening Tour" end?

The Rome Evening Tour’ concludes at Campo dei Fiori, in the middle of the city where you can find plenty of restaurants and bars for a post-tour dinner or drink. Your guide will be happy to recommend a few great eateries where you can enjoy an authentic Italian dinner once the tour has finished.

  

Is your ‘Rome Evening Tour’ available as a private tour?

Yes, the ‘Rome Evening Tour’ can certainly be arranged as a private tour as well. Simply select "Private" in the booking box at check-out to ensure that your party will have your guide all to yourselves.

 

Does your "Crypts and Catacombs Tour" include the admission fee?

Yes, the "Crypts and Catacombs Tour" includes all admission and reservation fees with skip-the-line access.

 

Is your "Crypts and Catacombs Tour" suitable for children?

It really depends on the child. For older kids, the catacombs and bone crypts are usually the highlights of their Rome experience, while those same sights may be too scary for some of our younger guests.

 

Is there a dress code for your "Crypts and Catacombs Tour"?

Yes, all visitors are required to cover their knees and shoulders to enter the holy sights included in this tour. ‘What a Life Tours’ does not take responsibility for participants rejected by authorities due to improper apparel.

 

Does your "Borghese Gallery Tour" include the admission fee?

Yes, the "Borghese Gallery Tour" includes all admission and reservation fees with skip-the-line access.

 

Where does your "Borghese Gallery Tour" meet?

The "Borghese Gallery Tour" meets just outside the entrance of the gallery. Full details of the exact location are included on the confirmation voucher which you will receive when you book your tour.

 

Can I bring a bag inside the Borghese Gallery?

No, bags are not allowed into the Borghese Gallery and must be stored in the cloakroom. We strongly recommend leaving all such items at your hotel or arriving at the Borghese Gallery well in advance to check them at the cloakroom.

 

Where does your "Roman Food Tour" meet?

The‘Roman Food Tour’ meets at Piazza Trilussa in the Trastevere neighborhood. Full details of the exact location are included on the confirmation voucher which you will receive when you book your tour.

 
Is your "Roman Food Tour" suitable for people with food allergies or dietary requirements?

Yes. We do not believe food allergies, dietary requirements or preferences should keep you from experiencing the Italian cuisine. Just notify us of any dietary restrictions at the time of booking and we’ll make sure that your tour guide is made aware and can provide options for you. Please note, however, that though we’ll do our very best to accommodate, some samples cannot be substituted.

 

Is your "Roman Food Tour" available as a private tour?

Yes, our "Roman Food Tour" can certainly be arranged as a private tour as well. Simply select ‘Private’ in the booking box at check-out to ensure that your party will have your guide all to yourselves.

 

Where does your "Rome in a Day Tour" meet?

Our "Rome in a Day Tour" includes pick-up at your hotel or place of accommodation.

 

Is there a dress code for your "Crypts and Catacombs Tour"?

Yes, all visitors are required to cover their knees and shoulders to enter the holy sights included in this tour. Low cut or sleeveless clothing, shorts, miniskirts and hats are not allowed. ‘What a Life Tours’ does not take responsibility for participants rejected by authorities due to improper apparel.

 

Can I customize my "Rome in a Day Tour"?

Yes, the "Rome in a Day Tour" is a private tour and are, therefore, completely customizable. Please contact us before booking if you have special requests as additional costs may apply.

 

How big are the groups on your Rome tours?

Our Rome tours have a maximum group size of 8 participants.