Private Small-group Rome Catacombs Tour
Visit Catacombs in Rome by Air-conditioned Vehicle
Catacombs of St. Callixtus, Via Appia Antica, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy
Using a private car and driver, you can visit the Holy Christian Catacombs, the Old Appian Way, as well as the Roman Aqueducts on this private guided tour in Rome. Your visit to those sites will be more intimate when you ride in air-conditioned luxury from the center of Rome to the Basilica of St Sebastian.
In front of the Basilica di Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri, close to the “Repubblica” Metro station
25 minutes before
Expert Local English-spoken Guide
Start the tour with Catacombs
A pleasant bus trip to the countryside kicks off this Rome viewing tour. Discover the secrets of Dark Rome with catacombs tour. Unveil the mysteries buried deep beneath the city on this intriguing adventure. Starting with the well-known Catacombs of San Callisto and continuing to the Circus of Maxentius, with an optional visit to the Cecilia Metella Mausoleum. A walk to the magnificent Appian Way and Claudian Aqueduct concludes our lovely day trip in Rome. These are truly one-of-a-kind sites that you must include on your Rome itinerary.
We’ll finish off with a stroll along the Appian Way, one of the world’s oldest and most important streets. Via Appia, known as the “Queen of Roads” by Romans, ran from Rome to Brindisi in Southern Italy, serving as the primary commercial route between Greece and the East. As a result, the Appian Way, built around 300 B.C., is regarded as one of Ancient Rome’s finest technical feats.
The Claudian Aqueduct is the final stop on our unique Rome trip. Built in 38 A.D. and completed barely 14 years later, it served as Rome’s main water supply, an engineering wonder with over 70 kilometers of arches. Acqua Claudia is one of Rome’s four famous aqueducts and is now part of the Aqueduct Park.
The Catacombs and the Roman countryside are two of the most unusual locations to see in Rome. This tour combines a vehicle and a walking tour to take you outside the city walls and into Ancient Rome.
This 3 hours Rome city tour lets you see the Catacombs and the Roman countryside, two magnificent sites in Rome. In a small group of 16, go for the catacombs by boarding on an air-conditioned vehicle. Also, take part in an exclusive trip that gives you a new viewpoint on ancient Rome in an environment you won’t find in the city center! With the help of an informative guide, you may go beneath the Appian Way (Via Appia Antica), one of Rome’s most famous routes, and view the incredible aqueducts of the Appian Park.
A pleasant bus trip to the Roman countryside kicks off this Rome viewing tour. Starting with the well-known Catacombs of San Callisto and continuing to the Circus of Maxentius, with an optional visit to the Cecilia Metella Mausoleum. A walk to the magnificent Appian Way and Claudian Aqueduct concludes our lovely day trip in Rome. These are truly one-of-a-kind sites that you must include on your Rome itinerary.
The Catacombs of San Sebastiano contains the fourth-century church and has sacred values, while the bigger Catacombs of San Callisto are where numerous early popes were buried.
This is the trip for you if you enjoy the undergrounds; and we will assist you in unraveling all of their mysteries!
Explore Appian Park’s impressive aqueducts.
With professional tour guide unveils the history beneath the aqueducts.
Explore Rome’s catacombs and ancient aqueducts to see how well-built they were.
Find out more about the history of the underground tunnels, as well as the burial practices that were used in the past.
By on-boarding on a luxury car travel around the ancient Roman countryside.
Enjoy a pleasant trip in an air-conditioned car to the Basilica of St Sebastian.
What is included
Air-conditioned coach transportation
3-hour Guided tour
Admission fee for the Catacombs of St. Sebastian
Small-group tour (maximum of 12)
What is not included
Pick-up and drop off
Food and drinks
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Frequently Asked Questions
The Catacombs are ancient burial sites which were built in the underground way back to the beginning of 2nd century. Later Roman ban such burials within the city. In 1578 such sites were discovered by archeologists and now it has become the most visited spot in Rome. Such catacombs were once used by Christians to bury their dead, but there are other religions interred here as well.
Yes, while entering the Catacombs both men and women have to maintain the modest dress code. That means their shoulders and knees must be covered.
During the trip, smoking is strictly prohibited. So you can’t smoke at any of the ancient monuments here in Rome.
- During the trip, you are not permitted to carry a large bag or luggage.
- You may want to take an umbrella in case it rains.
- Accessibility for those with wheelchairs is not available on this tour.
- It is advised that you wear comfortable shoes.
You can bring a small bag with you that has the necessary items for the tour, such as an umbrella. During the tour, do not bring any large bags or luggage.
Yes, hotel pick-up option is available but it is optional and comes with extra fees. Please select the Hotel transportation option at the time of tour booking. We will arrange it for you.
This tour is non-refundable and cannot be canceled. However, you can make changes to the tour time and date if you informed us 48 hours before the travel date. The adjustment will be made based on availability. Only one change is applicable for the tour time and date.
Call us at +39 06 2757630 to cancel any trip; we're available Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 4 pm. Please review other cancellation-related FAQ of this tour and the Cancellation & Refund Policy of Rome Tour Tickets before canceling this tour.
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