The “Eternal City” has magic to it, a phenomenal concentration of history, legend and stunning monuments where every corner reveals charm and character.

It’s hard to say what you’ll find most exciting about the eternal city – the opulence of the Vatican, the timelessness of the Forum, the bustle of Piazza Espana or the many surprises you encounter at every corner

Package includes:

  • 3 nights accommodation in double room at selected hotel category
  • Buffet Breakfast Daily
  • 1 Bottle of Spumante/Champagne in the room at arrival
  • Half Day Regular guided city tour – Eternal Rome (Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Navona Square, tour ends in St. Peter’s Square visit of the Basilica on your own)

Private Car Transfer from Rome airport to hotel: Euro 69 per car (for 2 people) / from railway station to Hotel: Euro 45 per car

During Fair, Carnival, Christmas, New Years , Easter surcharge may apply!

Extension to any other European cities available on request.

Contact us LINE: @lofttravel TEL: +6680-291-0123, +6685-225-4664, +6686-321-4740, +6686-322-1610

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