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Découvrez une facette hantée de Rome et ses merveilles cachées grâce à cette offre spéciale combinant deux excursions originales à un prix réduit. Au cours de l'après-midi, partez pour une visite de 3,5 h des catacombes de la ville, la basilique Saint-Clément et la crypte des Capucins. Promenez-vous sur la voie Appienne, vous en apprendrez plus sur la chrétienté dans la Rome antique et visitez une chapelle faite d'ossements de moines. Puis, après avoir profité de votre temps libre pour partir à la découverte de la Cité éternelle par vous-même, rejoignez votre guide dans la soirée pour une heure et demie de circuit-découverte à pied des fantômes et des mystères.
We really enjoyed the catacomb visit and explanations. The Capuchin portion of the tour was interesting, odd, macabre but understandable. Still a little set aside with what we took in.
The ghost tour was very much fun. Our tour guide, Bleck(?), sorry if I slaughtered your name, was really a delightful part of this evening tour!
Louise Kennedy was our tour guide for the Crypts and Catacombs and she WAS ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!! I will never forget the tour and the information she gave us. If you love history and intrigue, THIS TOUR IS FOR YOU!! Thank you so much Louise, my mother and I had an unforgettable evening with you.
We unfortunately didn't make it to the ghost and mystery walking tour.
A great value! So happy to have found this tour and that it was our introduction to Rome.
For the Skip-the-Line Crypts and Catacombs tour, we were directed to Piazza Bernini at the Triton fountain were there was other groups meeting up at the same time. It got a little confusing, but as soon as everyone got checked in, it was all good. According to our host, the tour group was larger than expected and offered guests refunds or to book for another date.
Everything in the description of the tour was delivered, and of the 3 sites we visited, the Capuchin Crypt was amazing.
For the Ghost and Mystery Walking Tour, we met our host Sabrina on the steps of the SantAndrea della Valle at 9pm. Very fitting. Our animated host shared a lot of history of the popes and city, and interesting, spooky stories at Campo deFiori, Castel SantAngelo and Santa Maris dellOrazione e Morte.
The ended close to midnight around the same location from where we started.
Meeting spot was flooded with other tours and person meant to meet our group didn't wear a badge, nor carry a sign or umbrella. Despite asking around wherever I found a group gathered, I was unable to find my group. Turns out that's because my group consisted of only one other couple - i.e. not recognizable as a group. Had he worn a t-shirt or sign indicating the name of the company, I wouldn't have begun my trip to Rome on this low note.
I loved the crypts and catacombs tour! Rebecca, our guide was wonderful. She even remembered everyone's name. She was so passionate about the sites, I could have listened to her for hours. Make sure you bring a jumper, it gets very cold down in the catacombs.
I can not share the same passion for the ghost and mystery walking tour. One word would sum up the tour 'appalling'. We were given no headsets, so it was near impossible to hear our guide speak. Which in hindsight was probably a good thing. I have never been so bored in my life. I have no idea who wrote the tour, but I'm sure that Rome has more interesting stories than people throwing their rubbish on the streets or the need for a candle to light an alley. We were lead through countless back streets of Rome, which didn't feel safe at all.
After an hour and a half, we arrived at Castel Sant'Angelo, where my mother and I broke away from the tour to catch a taxi. I don't feel that I'm being overly harsh that this tour was horrible because we were quickly joined at the taxi rank by 3 other couples, all desperately wanting the night to end.