Rome private tours and small group tours

Rome Private and Small Group Walking Tours

Secrets of the Eternal City revealed by Context's leading local experts
With Context, you can explore Rome’s must-see landmarks and go below ground to discover the Ancient Secrets of the Empire. Follow in the footsteps of Roman Emperors as you explore the Forums of Ancient Rome with an archaeologist who has worked onsite for years. Revel in the hush of the Vatican Museums as you engage with an art historian during our early-morning or late-night Vatican tours.

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Rome Private Tours and Rome Small Group Tours

We offer a wide range of Rome guided tours, including visits to museums, archaeological sites, and food tours—all led by local scholars and specialists. In addition to the main attractions like the Colosseum and the Vatican, our Rome private guides can also show you the sites less traveled. One of our most popular Rome private tours is our Ostia Antica tour, an excursion to the ancient port of Rome buried by centuries of mud, one of the nation's most compelling archaeological sites. Traveling to Rome with kids? Try our Ancient Rome for Kids Tour and our Vatican for Kids Tour, both of which use interactive activities, scavenger hunts, and games and feature private guides trained in inquiry-based learning to make Rome come alive. Also popular is our Underground Rome Tour, in which we dig under the surface (literally and figuratively) with an archaeologist or speleologist to explore sewers, crypts, and buried temples—featured in National Geographic and on the History Channel.
What Context Rome Travelers Say
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Dana was amazing. She not only tells the story... she is living the story... and from the second century B.C., the story is fascinating... a memorable and moving experience!
What a wonderful and delicious meal. We have a much better understanding of what foodstuffs were available to poor Romans at various points in time. Gina was a wonderful guide and we much enjoyed our conversation with her.
Dry knowledgeable handled the group well. Could have spent less time in Vatican museum and more in St Peter’s.