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Frequently Asked Questions

The answer to most of the questions we have been asked.

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Yes, all our tours include entrance fees of attractions specified upon booking. If during or after the tour you would like to visit something extra you will just pay for it then.
Yes! For most of the tours we guarantee pre-purchased tickets in order to skip the line.
Send us an email or a request form from our site, an operator will answer as soon as possible providing all the detailed information about the tour (lenght, price, what is included, etc...). Then you will answer your decision (which tour, when take it, what time) about the tour and the operator will email you how to conclude the booking.
It is important that we will be able to contact you by telephone in case of last minute communications. Please allow us to be able to contact you.
We will gladly take into consideration your preferences but we can not guarantee a particular guide availability. We assure that all our guides are fully licensed, very competent, professional and fluent in your language.
This is our common policy:
- 3 days prior - 25% penalty charge
- 2 days prior - 50% penalty charge
- 24 hours prior - full amount penalty charge
Some tours have a stricter cancellation policy. Ask us please during the booking procees.


Yes, we accept the major credit cards, paypal, stripe and other common payment systems.

About the Tours

Yes! Our tours are walking tours suitable for all type of people. Being a private tour the guide will be happy to adjust the tour in accordance to your needs.
Some of our tours include transfers, others do not. However, you can ask to add trasfers to any tour during the booking process.
Our standard Colosseum and Ancient Rome tour does not include the dungeon, it takes at least 1 hour to visit there and honestly we do not think that is worth the time and price, we definetely prefer to dedicate the time to the Emperor Palace instead. Although this is our suggestion, we can customize the tour on your specific request if needed.
We suggest you start the tour at 9.30 am or 2 pm since attractions in Rome are less crowded in the early morning and in the afternoon.
The Vatican dress code is quite strict, please no skirts above the knee, no shorts, no bare shoulders (i.e., tank tops or sleeveless blouses). Knees and shoulders must be covered. You can take a silk scarf or something to cover your shoulders/legs whilst in St Peter and the Sistine Chapel then take it off again when you come out.


If you have been satisfied of the tour you can give a 10-15% tip. You can also indicate for whom the tip is intended, ie.: in a restaurant sometimes you will pay directly at the cash, there you can say “the tip is to…” indicating the waiter who served you.