Whether it is your first time in the Eternal City or you’re a returning pilgrim, Rome never ceases to enthrall. Rome is burgeoning with wonderful art, culture, food, and above all history. But its plethora of wonders have become crowded household names, meaning visiting them can require compromise.
That’s why we offer you something special, something spectacular – so you can explore the Eternal City without having to compromise on anything.
We have opened up some of Rome’s finest baroque palaces in anticipation of your exclusive visit. We have crafted a traditional market shopping experience, accompanied by an esteemed Italian chef, and followed by a cooking class in a 17th century palazzo. We have designed a food itinerary in Rome’s centro storico where a local food expert and sommelier will walk you through the wonders of La Cucina Romana.
Having explored the Eternal City, why not venture into the surrounding countryside. Journey with your own chauffeur and guide to explore the archaeological site of Hadrian’s Palace at Tivoli or the Pope’s summer residence in Castel Gandolfo. Sit back and relax as your chauffeur drives you to the picturesque borgo hilltop towns of Lazio and Tuscany, stopping for a traditional trattoria lunch along the way.
Rome demands tailor-made exploration. Fortunately, that is what we specialize in. Tell us what you would like to see or what you are generally interested in and we will design an itinerary tailored just for you.
Our contacts reserve us skip-the-line tickets to all Rome’s sites to ensure you don’t have to waste time. We provide chauffeur driven Mercedes transport so you can see as much as you wish. Most importantly, our expert team of local licensed guides are passionately dedicated to bringing their city to life so you can learn the stories the side so few get to hear.
If you’re travelling with your family, you’ll understand the importance of setting the pace and keeping up the tempo. That’s why we have devised treasure hunts at the Vatican, golf cart tours with gelato stops, and cycling adventures down the Appian Way – to inspire kids as much as parents.