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Marvel at this ancient city as you walk through 3,000 years of history, art and iconic landmarks like the Colosseum, the Forum and the Sistine Chapel. Enjoy access to exclusive experiences and relax while your Adventure Guides handle all the details to provide you and your family a hassle-free vacation on your Rome Short Escape.
Day 1: Rome
Arrive in Rome, Italy
Benvenuti a Roma! After you pick up your luggage and exit customs, an Adventures by Disney representative will meet you at the luggage belt and direct you to transportation to your hotel. Relax as the driver handles your luggage and takes you to your hotel.
Lunch and Afternoon on Your Own
Settle into your stylish and comfortable room at the Marriott Grand Hotel Flora. Begin your adventure by exploring the stunning grounds of this neoclassic and luxurious hotel. Located at the top of the Via Veneto, the hotel is next door to the Villa Borghese gardens and the 2,000-year-old historic Roman walls. You can also ask your Adventure Guide to recommend restaurants and cafés for lunch and ideal activities for your family.
Welcome Reception and Dinner at the Hotel
Meet your fellow Adventurers at a welcome reception and then a fabulous dinner at the Marriott Grand Hotel Flora.
Day 2: Rome
Panoramic Motor Coach Tour of Rome
Board a motor coach and enjoy a ride around the city, viewing some of Rome’s most iconic sights.
Privately Guided Walking Tour of Rome
Take to the streets and ancient byways of Rome—and visit the spectacular destinations you've always dreamed of seeing. Explore the city center, home to the famed Spanish Steps, the Piazza Navona, the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain, where, as legend has it, you can toss a coin into the fountain to ensure your return to Rome!
Lunch at a Local Restaurant
Relish a delicious lunch at one of the delightful local restaurants near Navona Square.
VIP Colosseum Tour
Enjoy a privately guided VIP tour of the Colosseum that makes you feel part of history! Built by Emperor Vespasian around A.D. 70-72, the Colosseum was a gift to the people of Rome and soon housed spectacles and games as well as wild animal and gladiator combats. All Guests can participate in an engaging, interactive tour of the Colosseum that gives them an understanding of ancient Rome.
Dinner on Your Own in Rome
Explore the city's authentic and molto delizioso restaurants. Be sure to ask your Adventure Guides to make recommendations for a memorable meal that fits your family’s needs.
Breakfast and Lunch Included
Day 3: Rome
Tour of St. Peter's Basilica
Marvel at the Basilica via St. Peter's Square—one of the largest churches in the world and a renowned example of Renaissance architecture. The iconic dome dominates Rome’s skyline. Initially constructed by Constantine in the early 4th century, it was rebuilt in the 16th century by Bernini, Bramante and Michelangelo. It stands on the site where the apostle Peter was crucified. Considered the first pope, he is buried under the main altar along with other popes who followed.
Mosaics Class and Buffet Lunch
Piece together your own masterpiece at this hands-on class on the art of mosaic-making. You’ll work with marbles, glasses and enamels as adult Adventurers will create their own frame or mirrors with tiles, while Junior Adventurers will realize figures of animals, small frames or mirrors with tiles. After class, you will get to bring home the mosaic you created.
During class, a buffet lunch will be available.
Private After-Hours Tour of the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel
Experience an exclusive after-hours, privately guided tour of the Vatican Museum—home to masterpieces by the greatest artists in history in a collection spanning 4000 years. Also, be guided by a local expert through the Sistine Chapel where you can get an intimate look at Michelangelo's magnificent achievement.
Farewell Dinner at the Vatican Museum
Say “arrivederci” to your fellow Adventurers and new friends at a delicious dinner in the Vatican Museum.
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included
Day 4: Rome
Transfer to the Port of Civitavecchia or the Rome Airport (FCO)
Say goodbye to Rome and board your pre-arranged transportation to the Port of Civitavecchia or Rome Airport (FCO).
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We loved the trip. Got to see many things we may not have found on our own and it was fun to have companions along the way. The guides were wonderful, friendly and super competent. Really, no complaints at all.