Panoramic tour of Rome

Type of tour

private tour


3 h




Not included



This private tour is for you! In just three hours, you will see the best of Rome, from the Colosseum, St. Peter’s Square, Spanish Steps to many other sites. How do we do this?

In the details

A private driver will pick you up and in a comfortable luxury car you can admire the main places of interest, telling you everything you need to know about the Eternal City and, at the end of the tour, you will be taken back to your accommodation. Explore the Eternal City effortlessly and admire Rome’s best attractions with us!


Children can participate for free up to a maximum of 2 participating children. For higher numbers, please contact customer service to request a personalized quote.


An adult is a participant aged between 6 and 100 years and a child is a participant aged between 0 and 5 years.

Adults (6-100 years-old)

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Kids (0-5 years-old)

no kids, 1, 2


START TOUR Your choice
 INCLUDING Departure from the hotel to reach the site by private air-conditioned car

Pick up and drop off with private luxury car with air conditioning

Luxury car with air conditioning available for the entire tour

Driver connoisseur of the city



TIPS AND USEFUL INFORMATION Take your camera with you



If you are wondering why choose Rome Magic Tour for your holiday in Rome, here are some good reasons:

A certified guide will accompany you on this tour to discover the wonders of Rome.

You just have to wait for our driver in the lobby of your hotel at the agreed time. We will take care of everything to make it an experience not to be forgotten.

The tour is studied considering the appropriate time to spend in each location and thanks to our comfortable cars, the trip will be as pleasant as possible.


     Colosseum and Forum

The tour starts with the Colosseum, the huge amphitheatre where fights between Gladiators and fierce beasts took place to please the bloody Roman Emperors.

The tour continues with a view of the Roman Forum, the center of social and political life, a place for public speeches, political campaigns and sacred places with gods to worship.


According to legend, Romulus founded Rome on this hill in 753 BC and it is here that Augustus lived and built the first great palace of the Empire.

     Circus Maximus

The Circus Maximus was the famous stage dedicated to chariot races and the largest stadium in Ancient Rome. It could host about a quarter of the entire population of Rome.

The House of Diana is a typical condominium of which two floors survive. You can easily imagine what life was like more than two millennia ago.

     Aventino Hill

The Aventino, elegant residential area, enriched by churches and gardens, from here there is a splendid view of the Tiber and the famous keyhole from which you can see a “small” dome of St. Peter.

     Piazza del Popolo

The tour continues with the elegant Piazza del Popolo. With its splendid Egyptian obelisk, it was designed by Giuseppe Valadier in Neoclassical style. It is situated inside the imposing Aurelian Walls, whose North Gate acts as a counter-façade to the fabulous Twin Churches, from which the famous trident branches off. It was once the place of public executions; the last one took place in 1826.

     Piazza Navona

It was built over the Domitian Stadium, preserving its oval shape. The square became an example of Roman Baroque architecture, with a number of complex sculptures defining the space, such as Bernini’s famous Fountain of the Four Rivers, which also supports the Agonal Obelisk. Built to represent The Nile, The Ganges, The Danube and Rio de la Plata, the famous fountain is the right setting for artists selling their works.

     Piazza di Spagna

You will then proceed to the Spanish Steps, one of the most famous tourist attractions in the city. You will admire the Church of the Trinità dei Monti, which towers above the famous staircase with the Fountain of the Barcaccia at its feet. From here starts Via Condotti, the designer shopping street.

     Trevi fountain

Hidden among the narrow and secondary streets of the city, suddenly appears the Trevi Fountain, an architectural masterpiece and perhaps one of the most spectacular fountains in Rome. Built at the end of a famous aqueduct that supplied water to the Roman Empire, it has become a symbol of Rome for many tourists who wish to throw a coin in it to wish them a return to Rome.

     Castel Sant’Angelo e Piazza San Pietro

The next site on the list is the wonderful Castel Sant’Angelo, Emperor Hadrian’s mausoleum. It was a fortress, prison and also a papal residence.

The bridge of the Angels designed by Bernini is certainly the most impressive in the city and one of the most beautiful in the world.

     Il Gianicolo

The stop on the Gianicolo Hill is particularly appreciated.

In fact, it offers one of the most romantic and evocative views, on a Rome now illuminated by the lights of the city. Roofs, domes and bell towers will be the scenery of this stage of the tour.

Among the attractions of the Gianicolo are the church of San Pietro in Montorio, the site of Peter’s crucifixion. One of the courtyards houses a small architectural jewel, the Tempietto del Bramante.