Rome walking tours

A brief history of Ancient Rome, through visits to many of the monuments that can still be found in the “Eternal City”. We’ll start with the legendary foundation of Rome, consider the archeological findings that confirm it. Next, we’ll introduce the institutions and the traditions of the Roman Republic and the interactions with the Etruscan and the Greek cultures. We’ll discuss major characters of Roman history, such as: Caesar and Augustus.


The heart of Ancient Rome

Discover the most important monuments of the Roman Empire and learn about their incredible history.
Includes: Colosseum, Arch of Constantine, Forum of Augustus, Forum of Caesar, Trajan’s Column… and more!


Baroque Rome

Visit the most picturesque corners of Rome discovering some of the greatest masterpieces of the Baroque age and learn the stories of its main characters.
Includes: Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Bernini’s Fountains… and more!


Rome and the Vatican

From the Castle of the Pope to the heart of Christianity, the history of the Catholic Church and its symbols.
Includes: Ponte Sant’Angelo, Castel St. Angelo, Passetto di Borgo, Square of St. Peter’s Basilica… and more!


Rome and the Tiber River

The history of Rome is bound to its river, from its legendary foundation, to the ruins of the ancient Roman market, to the oldest Jewish quarter in Europe: here are some of the best preserved secrets of Rome.
Includes: Aventine Hill lookout point, Circus Maximus, Forum Boarium, Jewish Quarter, Tiber Island… and more!

Venice walking tours


Venice Highlights

Discover the real heart of Venice through its main highlights. Starting from the most fascinating square in the world we will admire the most important monuments of the city but also some authentic venetian corners.
The tour will explore St Mark’s Square, Campo Santa Maria Formosa, Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo and Rialto Bridge.


Unknown Venice

Visit Venice from a different perspective. This tour allows you to discover its secrets and its unknown corners walking through famous areas of the city.
The tour will explore the Accademia Bridge, Campo Santo Stefano, Campo Sant Angelo, Campo Manin and Campo San Luca.


San Polo District and Market

Discover one of the six neighborhoods of Venice and the most ancient commercial area of the city: Rialto Market.
The tour will explore Campo San Polo, Campo Sant Aponal, Campo San Giacomo di Rialto and the famous Rialto Market


Venice Online Boat Tour

Discover the city from a different perspective: the water. On board of a typical Venice Water taxi we will admire the historical palaces on the Grand Canal and the less known Venetian Rii (little canals).
Price: $595

Florence walking tours


Architecture and Sculpture in Florence

Florence is an open air museum: we’ll visit some masterpieces of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance such as the Duomo, the Baptistery, Orsanmichele and Piazza della Signoria. We’ll see statues, fountains, churches and palaces made by great artists such as Donatello, Ghiberti, Brunelleschi, Giambologna, Verrocchio, Cellini and more!


Florence and the Humanities

Florence has been home to some of the greatest poets, scientists and thinkers in European history. We’ll explore Dante’s neighborhood; we’ll learn about Michelangelo, Galileo, Machiavelli in the church of Santa Croce, where they are buried; we’ll discover the history of the Medici family in Uffizi, Ponte Vecchio and Pitti Palace; finally we’ll learn about the Renaissance Humanists exploring the Santo Spirito district.

Italy walking tours



On the slopes of Mount Vesuvius, the modern city of Herculaneum stands on the ancient buried city: this unique view, from the very first entrance, it’s what makes Herculaneum special! With the guide of your expert Archaeologist, you’ll discover the history and the secrets of the most well preserved city, UNESCO World Heritage Site, victim of the 79ad Vesuvian Eruption, Herculaneum was buried under volcanic material after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD but, unlike the nearby site of Pompeii, a lot of the town was preserved: roofs, beds, doors, food, and even skeletons. You’ll see intact buildings at your own pace, see well-preserved frescoes and mosaics, and imagine the daily rituals of those using the shops, public gymnasium and public thermal baths that can still be seen today. An intere boat, found in very recent times, is perfectly preserved and visible in a specific hall: you’ll see how the effects of the Eruption was at one time distructive and helpful for the preservation of the ancient city



Explore the ancient city of Pompeii its ruins and take a trip back in time with your Local and Expert Archaeologist Live on Site! Without waiting for queues at the ticket office, you’ll start from the main entrance of the city: Porta Marina Superiore. From there looking at the volcano, the Mt. Vesuvius you’ll pass through the Basilica, the Forum with the market and the main Temples, walking through the Decumanus Major (Main street of Pompeii), looking closely and from inside the Baths, the roman fast food shop and much more. It will be a fresh and interactive virtual tour.


Naples Historic Center

We start from the Greek ruins in Piazza Bellini and then we’ll walk through historic buildings and the monumental churches as S. Domenico, S. Lorenzo and the Duomo. Imagine walking virtually with me the ancient streets of the Center, watching the real Neapolitan life, understanding where is there best pizzeria or coffe in town! We’ll discover the cult of Deads along our walk and I’ll point you the entrance for the Underground of Naples. Our tour ends at the Duomo, where is stored the most important relic: the blood of St. Gennaro, Neapolitan patron Saint! This trip is a mix of art, archeology and culture. The tour is a moment of interaction between you and me and you can ask me the questions you want.


Naples Royal Area

Naples is a city that has different aspects and souls. This virtual tour will take you to discover the Monumental and Royal Naples. We will start from the seafront, at the feet of the stunning Castel Nuovo where you can admire its magnificent architecture and the view of the bay with Vesuvius, the Sorrento peninsula and the island of Capri in the landscape. I will tell you about the greek legend of the mermaid Partenope. With my experience as an archaeologist, i will take you to discover the largest square in Italy: Piazza del Plebiscito. Here we will be able to admire the Canova statue, the facade of the Royal Palace of Naples, the San Carlo theater (the oldest opera house in the world!), The Liberty-style Galleria Umberto I and the famous shopping street, via Toledo with the baroque palazzos along the way. I’ll tell you where to drink a coffee and eat sfogliatella pastry in the most famous iconic bar of the city and where the real PIZZA was born for the first time in the world!



Celebrated by poets, painted by artists, the island of Capri still retains all its charm and glory. It’s one of my favourite places in the world: I come back here every summer! Living it with a real local will be an extraordinary and unforgettable experience! The romantic atmosphere that you can breathe there is incomparable to anywhere else in the world. Mount Solaro and Mount Tiberio constitute two highlights of the silhouette of the island. The famous “Piazzetta Umberto I” with its typical restaurants and bars is a traditional spot for everyone. . . Even VIPs! Capri is known all around the world for its amazing Gardens of Augustus: here you’ll admire the spectacular view of the Gulf of Naples, Amalfi Coast and Faraglioni! After that, the most glamorous free time is waiting for you: handmade sandals and perfumes, luxury jewellery and dresses. . . I’ll show you the highest boutiques on the Island! Fall in love with Capri with me: you’ll keep this amazing place forever in your heart!


The English Garden of Caserta Royal Palace

The English Garden, set within the complex, is one of the greatest, oldest, and most important picturesque spaces created in Europe. Hundreds of rare and precious plants from around the world were brought to Caserta, and still grow there today. Combining the influences of Versailles, Rome, and Tuscany, the Caserta Royal Palace and Park, north of Naples, was designed according to the wishes of Charles of Bourbon III by Luigi Vanvitelli, one of the greatest Italian architects of the 18th century. Caserta is considered a triumph of Italian Baroque, and ahead of its time. Expanding across 11 acres, the garden’s pools, fountains and cascades are aligned through a ‘telescope effect’, extending as far as the eye can see. Together we will discover rare plants, a lot of ruins and ancient masonic rituals…the English Garden of Caserta is the most spectacular garden of Europe.



Sorrento is relaxing, quiet and picturesque town, an attraction for tourists for many centuries. I am ready to take you around through the History, Archaeology, Art, Architecture, Local life and Shops of this fabulous town. Set on a large tufo stone terrace overlooking the sea, Sorrento is a famous international place of residence facing the Gulf of Naples and the Mt. Vesuvius. The origin of the name probably comes from the Greek language but the legend attributes to a reference to the myth of the Sirens who tried to charm sailors including Ulysses. Today it’s a destination for guests coming from all over the world for its history, the atmosphere, the culinary traditions such as the famous ice creams, the limoncello liqueur or the Lemon delice… traditional shops selling ceramics, lace and inlay items produced here by local artisans for generations.


Roman Bath of Baia

TOnce the exotic playground of Roman emperors Julius Caesar, Nero, and Caligula, the one-time seaside resort of Baia just north of Naples enticed and tickled the fancies of the first-century elite. Horace described it as “Nowhere in the world is more agreeable than Baia.” Pliny praised the medicinal qualities of the water. Rich Romans built magnificent villas along the coastline that have since become submerged under water. Because the land of Baia and its surroundings are a volcanic area, the land has dropped six meters over the centuries. Today you can take a glass-bottom boat out from the harbor to view the ruins of these one-time sumptuous villas. Desirable for its healing thermal baths, mild climate, and luxurious surroundings, Baia was conveniently situated in Campania of Southern Italy near the western corner of the Bay of Naples. The very essence of Baia inspired a spirit of idleness and pleasure among the nobility, the rich, and the famous nearly two thousand years ago. Today, the thermal bathing complex is but a faint shadow of its former magnificence.


Spartacus Arena

The town of Santa Maria Capua Vetere is a medieval descendant of Ancient Capua, one of the largest and most important cities of the ancient world—famous for its many monuments of Roman times, including the Amphitheater Campano, second only in size to the Colosseum of Rome. Ancient Capua was founded by the Etruscans in the fifth century BC, and was on the Via Appia, making it the most important city in the area. It was home to, among other things, the famous gladiatorial school that became the scene of the famous Spartacus revolt. In this superb tour I will explain all about gladiators and the Amphitheater…the archaeology behind and I will show you some Samnites tombs, roman statues and old inscriptions…



The Divine Coast is too beautiful to be missed. History, Nature, Culture, Cults, Food & Wine. Imagine this: a scenic road trip leading to the heavenly town of Amalfi. A super blue sea is in the distance as well as the impressive Mt. Vesuvius. Mountains all around and a beautiful natural scenery surrounds you while you are comfortable seated of your coach. This is not a dream, it’s a reality and you can live it with me LIVE! Let yourself be transported through the timeless streets of the enchanting Amalfi, the divine city. I will show you the main fountain, you will discover how famous and unique is the Amalfitana paper or the limoncello of the coast. I will show you the beautiful Arabian-style facade of the Amalfi Cathedral and we will go up to the top of the main staircase. I will tell you about the power of this Maritime Republic, its relationship with the golden East and we’ll talk about the remains of Saint Andrew collected here. Get ready for a journey into beauty and history with your Archaeologist and Local Authorized Guide!



Positano is considered the pearl of the Mediterranean. This chained town used to be a fishing village but since 1950 it has become one of the most trendy and elegant vacation spots in the world. I will take you to discover its beauty, and show you the typical ceramics with the colors of the coast. You will lose yourself in the blue of the sea on the beach and observe the majolica dome of the main church which was built on the ruins of a wonderful Roman villa. We’ll virtually walk through the narrow streets and small alleys full of flowers and colorful houses built in vertical. Positano is an enchantment and I am ready to show it to you in the best possible way between history, archeology, local culture, fashion and breathtaking places and unique views for magical photos.



Overlooking the Amalfi Coast, Ravello is the city of music, a medieval village full of winding cobblestone streets, lush gardens, and breathtaking views of the Mediterranean. Ravello is the ideal location for those wishing to relax in the form of delicious seafood meals and luxurious lodgings with restorative sea views. Decreed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996, it represents today one of the most famous Italian destinations of international tourism for lovers of beautiful architecture, but also, and above all, the soul place for intellectuals and lovers of art and culture. The beautiful terraces of Villa Rufolo and Cimbrone, from which you can admire a breathtaking view, enchanted for example Wagner, in whose honor it takes place the International Festival of Music, which made Ravello, the city of music on the Amalfi Coast. Under the Marine Republic of Amalfi, Ravello had its social, economic and commercial greatest splendor and became the residence of renowned aristocratic families. Today Ravello is always animated by an intense cultural activity, boasting of an events calendar of shows, exhibitions, concerts, and that involves the city, the local people, lovers and occasional visitors from late spring to summer and then continues to the end December.

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