If you want to make use of a sightseeing tour of Rome you will need to make sure that it includes a guided tour. In this way, you’ll be able to gather all the necessary information about the area and take in the sights all of its famous places you would like to visit.
There are a number of tour buses you can make use of. I’ll do my best to explain them to you. You will be able to choose from the following packages:
Classic Rome Bus Tour:
This tour happens on a daily basis where you depart directly from Rome. The duration of this tour is approximately three hours. You have the choice of being picked up from your hotel. The tour will be given in English. Here are some other famous places that you’ll be taken to The Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Navona Square, St Peters Basilica and Square.
Imperial Rome Tour
If you would like a more historical bus tour though I highly recommend that you choose this tour. It happens on a daily basis. You may be picked up from your hotel if it is centrally located. The tour lasts approximately 3 hours, and it will be given in English. Some other famous places you will get to see and experience include Venice Square, Campidoglio, Rome Forum, Circus Maximus and Basilica of Saint Paul and the Colosseum (but not the inside). This tour will be a truly memorable experience.
Roman Castle’s Bus Tour
This bus tour departs on a Tuesday and Saturday. You may be picked up from your hotel if it is centrally located. The tour lasts approximately 4 hours and it will be given in English. Some of the highlights of your tour will include the following; the ruins of the Baths of Caracalla, the Chapel of “Domine Quo Vadis”. This tour will take you along the road of the lakes passing through hilly areas of great volcanic origins. You will encounter a number of small towns and villages along the way.
If you are really keen to experience in Rome properly, I highly recommend that you choose one of the above-guided tours. It really is value for money, and truly the best way to experience Rome “the way that the Romans did”.