Hotel Giuliana S.r.l. Rome
Tours organized by Hotel Giuliana
 

Ici de suite certains tours fixés très populaires que l'on peut organiser par la Réception. Pour tous les tours avec comme destination les principales villes italiennes comme Florence, Assisi, Naples/Pompei/Sorrento/Capri/Cote d'Amalfi, nous vous conseillons de les réserver à l'avance. Pour tous autres tours de Rome et province vous pourrez les réserver à votre arrivée ou à l'avance.


 

Vatican Tour
The tour departs every morning , pickup at the hotel early morning (except Sundays and Religious Holidays). Visits the Vatican Museums and the Vatican Galleries. You will then admire the modern entrance built for the Jubilee 2000, the Galeries of the Chandeliers, of the Tapestries and of the Geographical Maps, the Sobiesky Hall and the Immaculate Conception Hall. We will then stop to admire the Sistine Chapel, seat of the Conclave, frescoed by Michelangelo to end up in the Ancient Vatican Library. Passing inside the Vatican Museums we will arrive into the Basilica of Saint Peter�s . On Wednesday, due to the Papal Audience, the church of St. Peter will be visited only from outside. No entrance lines.
Colosseum Tour
DEPARTS AT APPROX 14:00 � duration 3 hours (from 22nd March to 31st October except Sundays and Religious Holidays). No entrance lines. Please note the afternoon tour does not visit the Basilica of St. Peter�s.
Vatican Museums Tour
The tour departs every afternoon , pickup at the hotel at 14:15 With this tour you will enjoy the splendour of the classic Roman Empire. Leaving Piazza San Bernardo, adorned by Moses� Fountain, we will head to Piazza della Repubblica and running along Via Nazionale we will arrive in Piazza Venezia. Crossing the square we will leave on one side the Memorial to King Vittorio Emanuele II and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. After this ample view of an important part of the city, the guided tour will take you to visit the square of the Capitol, the result of Michelangelo�s architectonic and magic genius. Simple but stately, the square is the seat of Rome Town Hall, from here you will enjoy the unique sight of the Forum and of the Palatine Hill with a view of the massive structure of the Colosseum. We will then walk along the ancient pavement, which crosses the evocative ruins of the Roman Forum, the Curia, the Reggia. You will then admire the Temple of Vesta, the Arch of Titus and the Arch of Costantine. The tour will continue with the visit of the Colosseum (internal visit) .Finally you will visit the church of St. Peter in Chains admiring the Michelangelo�s famous statue of Moses. No entrance lines.
Old Appian Way Tour
Departs every afternoon , pickup at the hotel at 14:15 . Leaving from Piazza San Bernardo, crossing Piazza della Repubblica, we will reach and visit the Basilica of St John in Lateran (internal visit) cathedral of Rome and of the world. Hence, we will go to the Holy Stairs, climbed by Jesus Christ to reach Pilate�s Palace. From here the tour will start again by coach, crossing Piazza San Giovanni and Via Latina. Skirting along the Mura Latine, the tour will pass through the Porta di San Sebastiano to arrive on the Ancient Appian Way, where we will find the Chapel of �Domine Quo Vadis�. We arrive finally at the Catacombs of St. Sebastian , and after the visit we will continue walking along the Ancient Appian Way up to the Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella . (on Sunday the Catacomb and the Ancient Appian Way visits will be substituted with the visit of the Basilica of St. Mary Major). On the way back, from the coach you will have a view of the Caracalla Baths. No entrance lines.
Rome by Night Tour
Runs every day, pickup at the hotel at 19:15 . The tour last for approximately 2 hours. Sitting comfortably in a de luxe coach, we will follow a charming itinerary, witnessing the ancient origins and the successive cultural and historical stratifications, which characterize the city of Rome. Leaving from Piazza San Bernardo, adorned by Moses� Fountain, heading to Piazza della Repubblica, we will pass by Via Veneto, Palazzo Margherita, Porta Pinciana, Villa Borghese to arrive at the Trevi Fountain, where we will stop for a visit. We will then continue along Via Quattro Fontane, where you will be amazed by the Fountains of the Four Seasons. From Via Nazionale, descending towards Piazza Venezia, we will see the Memorial to King Vittorio Emanuele II and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The itinerary will also touch the Capitol, the Imperial Forum, the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill, the Aventine Hill, the Circus Maximus and the Tiberina Island. The visit will continue reaching the Gianicolum Hill, to admire one of the most beatiful panoramas of Rome. Finally we will arrive to the Basilica of St. Peter crossing the Tiber and finding by side the imponent fortress of Castel S. Angelo.
Ostia Tour
Ostia antica takes its name from the latin word ostium meaning mouth. According to the legend ostia would have been founded by king Anco Marzio and according to archaeologists around the end of the 5th century b.c. and the beginning of the 6th century b.c. Founded as a military base, it became an important commercial port for the supply of grain for Rome. Starting from Porta Romana and proceeding along the main road - Decumanus Maximus - we will visit the old metropolis and Piazzale della Vittoria. Next we will visit the baths of Neptune, one of the public services of the city constructed by Adriano and ornated with fine mosaics. Behind the Bath�s of Neptune, the Firemen�s barrack of the Adrian�s age. The visit will continue with the Theatre erected by Agrippa in the 1st century b.c. From the top of the staircase you have a beautiful view of the excavations. After having visited the House of Diana we will reach the centre of ostia where we will be able to admire the Forum, the political centre of Ostia, the Temple of Rome and Augustus and the Baths. The excursion will end with a visit of the Basilica: a large aula in the form of rectangle encircled by an arcade, on the right side of which we find the Round temple dating from the 3rd century. The tour does not run in the winter months.
Tivoli Tour
The tour departs on certain day of the week . Going along Via Tiburtina we will get to Tivoli, a world-known small town since ancient times for its soothing spring of �Acqua Albulea� (sulphureous baths). Crossing the Ponte Lucano, we will admire the Tomb of Plautius Lucanus before arriving to visit Hadrian�s Villa (from the parking till the entrance a walking distance of 300 meters has to been calculated) built under the homonymous emperor. We will continue our sightseeing with a visit of Villa D�Este, famous for its water system, the architecture of its gardens, the pavilions, the artificial caves and the fountains.
Rome by Night with Dinner Tour
Runs every day, pickup at the hotel at 19:15 . The tour last for approximately 2 hours. Sitting comfortably in a de luxe coach, we will follow a charming itinerary, witnessing the ancient origins and the successive cultural and historical stratifications, which characterize the city of Rome. Leaving from Piazza San Bernardo, adorned by Moses� Fountain, heading to Piazza della Repubblica, we will pass by Via Veneto, Palazzo Margherita, Porta Pinciana, Villa Borghese to arrive at the Trevi Fountain, where we will stop for a visit. We will then continue along Via Quattro Fontane, where you will be amazed by the Fountains of the Four Seasons. From Via Nazionale, descending towards Piazza Venezia, we will see the Memorial to King Vittorio Emanuele II and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The itinerary will also touch the Capitol, the Imperial Forum, the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill, the Aventine Hill, the Circus Maximus and the Tiberina Island. The visit will continue reaching the Gianicolum Hill, to admire one of the most beatiful panoramas of Rome. Finally we will arrive to the Basilica of St. Peter crossing the Tiber and finding by side the imponent fortress of Castel S. Angelo. At the end of the tour you will taste the traditional roman cuisine in a typical restaurant, accompanied by folk-music.