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Rome: Fun Family Private Tour

1. Rome: Fun Family Private Tour

Start in an amazing church that most tourists will not know of. Admire its breathtaking frescoed ceiling and enjoy its baroque atmosphere. Try one of the great varieties of chocolates filled from a legendary chocolate shop in Rome. Contemplate the Pantheon, an architectural masterpiece the Roman emperors dedicated to their Gods. Listen to the stories your private guide has to share with you as the children search for hidden treasures in the square. Walk along Piazza Navona, the most famous and elegant Square in Rome. Admire its fountains and explore the colorful Campo Dei Fiori Market. Taste the Italian delicacies that local producers have to offer. Enjoy a slice of delicious Italian pizza. Meet the Sacred Area in Largo di Torre Argentina, the fatal spot where Julius Caesar was murdered. Explore the charming Jewish Ghetto and Cross the bridge over the river to Tiber Island, an excellent place to capture the memories of the day with a photo with your family. Explore Trastevere and taste a delicious Supplí, a traditional Roman delicacy. Try the famous 'Gelatto', while the children have fun in the playground and say goodbye to the guide.

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Mostra Leonardo Da Vinci: Rome Treasure Hunt Game

2. Mostra Leonardo Da Vinci: Rome Treasure Hunt Game

Enjoy a guided tour through the center of Rome that is sure to captivate even your children. Don't worry about where to go, because the game will lead you to all the best sights. Follow your instincts and choose the route which seems most stimulating and interesting to you. Do you prefer to visit the Colosseum, the Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, Campo dei Fiori, the Pantheon, the Forum, Romanum, or maybe all of them? After receiving a tablet in the museum, you can start the game. The tablet will be your private tour guide around the city. Discover hidden details in Rome's history which you would never have noticed without the game, which starts and ends at the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition. Earn points at the different stages; the more points you earn, the more clues you’ll get. Pay special attention to the clues because you’ll need them to solve the final riddle when visiting the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition. If you figure it out, you’ll win a special prize.

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Rome: 3-hour E-Bike Rental with Optional Attraction Combo

3. Rome: 3-hour E-Bike Rental with Optional Attraction Combo

Spend 3 hours exploring Rome on your own by bike. Choose to combine your cycling adventure with a unique virtual reality experience at the Circus Maximus. Alternatively, combine your E-bike rental with entrance to the Baths of Caracalla, Castel Sant'Angelo, the Catacombs, or the Trevi Underground.  Circus Maximum Virtual Reality Experience Combo Add a ticket to your bike rental and relive the ancient splendors of the Circus Maximus. Put on your VR headset and go on a 40-minute, time-traveling journey back to the imperial period of Rome through augmented and virtual reality. See one of the most important monuments in Roman history, the Circus Maximus, in all its historic phases. Experience this groundbreaking project, which uses interactive display technologies that have never before been used in such an extended outdoor area.  see how images of the past are overlapped onto the present day. See the virtual reconstruction of the Arch of Titus in its full, former height. Baths of Caracalla Entrance Ticket Combo Opt to combine your bicycle rental with an entrance ticket to one of the largest and best-preserved ancient spa complexes. Learn about how the spa was constructed in 216 A.D., its many baths and rooms, and its several reconstructions before its closure in 537 A.D. Put yourself in the shoes of a Roman and imagine yourself relaxing and studying in the spa. Walk under enormous archways and, thanks to the rare, well-preserved condition of the ruins, imagine mosaic floors, marble columns, and corridors lined with statues Castel Sant'Angelo Entrance Ticket with Audioguide Combo  Combine your 3-hour E-bike rental with the Castel Sant'Angelo visit with an audioguide. Discover the history of this ancient fortress, and admire the paintings and statues. Marvel at the breathtaking views of the city from the terrace.  Catacombs Guided Tour Combo Combine your 3-hour E-bike rental with a tour of the Catacombs. Explore the Appian way to reach the venue. From your guide, hear about the fascinating history and secrets surrounding the extensive tunnels with tombs.  Trevi Underground Guided Tour Combo Combine your E-bike rental with an exclusive guided tour of the Trevi Underground. Admire the ruins dating all the way back to Ancient Rome. Discover all the secrets from your professional archeologist guide.

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Rome in a Day: Vatican, Sistine Chapel and Colosseum

4. Rome in a Day: Vatican, Sistine Chapel and Colosseum

Meet your guide at the Colosseum, where you will benefit from fast-track access to skip the ticket lines. You will then witness the sheer scale of this vast amphitheater; a showpiece of Roman ingenuity. Following the Colosseum, take a short walk to the Arch of Constantine and the Roman Forum, the heart of the ancient city. Located around this ancient square are the ruins of the 1st-century Arch of Titus, the House of the Vestal Virgins, the Temple of Saturn, the Senate House, and the white marble Arch of Septimius Severus. Situated a little way along the Via Sacra (Sacred Way) is the Capitoline Hill and Il Vittoriano, an impressive neoclassical masterpiece, named “the wedding cake” by the locals. Continue onwards to the breathtaking Trevi Fountain where, according to legend, if you throw a coin into the fountain you will one day return to Rome. Take a break for lunch at your own expense. Your guide can offer suggestions if required, there is much to choose from! After lunch you will tour the Government District. See the Parliament Building, the Palace of the Council of Ministers and the Column of Marcus Aurelius. Located nearby is the Temple of Hadrian built in honour of Emperor Hadrian by his successor, Emperor Antonius Pius. Follow your guide down a narrow alleyway to the piazza della Rotonda, home to the legendary Pantheon, the location of the tomb of the Renaissance genius, Raphael. Pass by the ancient Baths of Nero on your way to Piazza Navona where Bernini’s sensational ‘Fountain of the Four Rivers’ is situated. The final stop on the tour is located just across the river Tiber - the Vatican City. Tour the Vatican Museums, home to some of the world’s most spectacular and famous artworks including frescoes by Raphael, and Michelangelo’s wonderful ceiling in the Sistine Chapel. You will also visit Saint Peter’s Basilica and finally into the renowned Saint Peter’s Square to finish your comprehensive tour of Rome.

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Rome: Family Walking Tour

5. Rome: Family Walking Tour

Who is the money raised in the Trevi Fountain donated to? From what did Rome steal the title of "capital"? Find out as you experience the most rewarding adventure with your family on a exclusive family walking tour of Rome. Your family-friendly, local and professional guide will make sure the kids have as much fun sightseeing as adults. Enjoy an easy pace as you stroll around the city center and see the famous cultural and architectural landmarks. Learn about Rome's fascinating and interesting sites, and listen to the stories and legends of the city, guaranteed to provide you with a few giggles as you wind down the off beaten paths of the city.

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Rome: Colosseum, Forum & Pantheon Tour for Kids with Gelato

6. Rome: Colosseum, Forum & Pantheon Tour for Kids with Gelato

Embark on a kid-friendly tour and visit the world's largest amphitheater – the Colosseum. Avoid the long lines and follow your guide to the priority access entrance of the magnificent arena. Following your stay at the Colosseum, visit the Arch of Constantines and the Roman Forum. Marvel at the ancient buildings and monuments of the former political, religious, and social hub of the Roman Empire. Walk up along the Sacred Way that brings you to the Capitoline Hill and the Vittoriano. After taking in fascinating views of the Eternal City, stroll down along the narrow alleys that will lead you to the Pantheon. See the tomb of the famous architect and painter Raphael and then, head to the Ancient Baths of Nero at the Piazza Navona. Admire Bernini's wonderful Fountain of the Four Rivers. Conclude the tour with a taste of original Gelato.

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What people are saying about Pantheon

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 392 reviews

I gave the treasure hunt + exhibition to my grandson (10 years old). He was thrilled! The staff who welcomes at the entrance to the exhibition are very friendly and with the right enthusiasm they give indications on how the treasure hunt works and how to use the tablet made available. The hunt is timed but, in any case, it allows you to walk around Rome in search of clues and enjoying / discovering unexpected glimpses of Rome and curiosities related to them. The exhibition, which can be visited at the end of the treasure hunt, presents various machines of the great genius, which can also be touched to understand how they work. Suitable for curious children / teenagers who love to have fun ... willing and / or used to walking for 3 hours!

The idea is very good, and everything worked out at the beginning, but then unfortunately there was a problem with the network connection and we had to cancel the tour. The on-site organizer immediately reimbursed us for the costs in full without a dispute and invited us to the museum with an audio guide. Technical problems can always happen. Should we ever come to Rome again we will be happy to try again because the part we started was really nice!

The treasure hunt can be combined with a nice walk through the center! Some of the puzzles are challenging. We discovered places and objects that we probably wouldn't have noticed otherwise (e.g. Basilica di Sant Andrea)

I did it with my daughter (10). We had a fantastic and fun day in Rome. Some questions are really tricky, but better to challenging. Also you cannot go to all locations. There are too many.

A really great way to discover a more discreet but just as exciting Rome. My 10 year old daughter loved it and the 3 hours went by in a flash. Highly recommend.