Joe Banana Limos & Travel

Package 27 - Christmas & Spa in Rome

6 Nights / 7 Days

Local Tours

Price from5.900or less
Package 27 - Christmas & Spa in Rome

INTRO

  • Experience the magic of Christmas in Rome on a 7-day tour.
  • Delight in private guided tours of Rome's iconic landmarks, including the VaticanMuseums, SistineChapel, Colosseum, and Roman Forum.
  • Immerse yourself in the festive spirit with visits to the enchanting Christmas Markets scattered throughout Rome's historic streets.
  • Stay in luxurious 4 or 5-star accommodations, where breakfast is included, ensuring a memorable holiday escape.

HIGHLIGHTS

Christmas & Spa in Rome - 6 Nights/7 Days
  • 7 day tour with 6 Nights in Rome
  • Private guided tours of Rome city, Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel, Colosseum and Roman Forum
  • Enjoy the Christmas Markets in Rome
  • Hand-picked 4 or 5 star accommodations with breakfasts included

our safety measures

  • English speaking driver at your disposal for 10-11 hrs per day
  • New luxury mercedes vehicle
  • Vehicle sanitized prior to pick up of guests 
  • The vehicle will be used exclusively for you for the duration of the vacation/tour 
  • The driver and vehicle is exclusive the same from the start till the end of the vacation.
  • Our tours frequent off the beaten path locations, less frequented by tourists with a greater authentic feel.
  • No hidden costs: guides and tickets are always included in our packages
  • Company representative available by phone 24 hrs per day
  • Flexible, risk bookings and penalty changes*
  • Changes to land portion of tours up to 30 days prior to the travel date without penalty*

Why choose our tours vs big groups?

  • Customize your days and timing at sites directly with your driver
  • Private, comfortable luxury vehicle exclusively for your party for the duration of your tour
  • Our private vehicles (which can hold a maximum of 8 guests) can arrive directly in the main center of the cities, while taking a bus involves a considerable amount of walking which is a significant amount of lost touring time.
  • No need to wait around for groups members to arrive and designated meeting times 
  • More time to spend actually visiting sites 
  • Air conditioning (temperature control) and wifi on board
  • Water, snacks and refreshing cotton wipes with aloe vera, provided everyday
  • Friendly, local, english speaking driver/guides who engage with guests and share information to optimize your touring experience
  • 24/7 assistance and support from our ground operational office in Italy
  • Private small groups of  3, 4, 6 and 8 + price per person will be lower
  • For groups more than 8 guests, we’ll use 2 minivans and the service provided will be the same
  • For custom made tours we work with any reasonable budget

AVERAGE PRICE

Average Price for this package is 5.900€ per person based on private party of 4 guests in a 4 or 5-star hotel in standard double occupancy rooms. If there are additional guests in your party, the price per person decreases, please fill the form to get the best offer for your private tour of Italy 🇮🇹.

When
Winter
Price From
5900.00
Level
Very Easy
Service Type
Vehicle + Walking Tour

What’s included

  • Vehicle and driver at your disposal for 10/11 hrs a day
  • 6 Nights in a 4 or 5 star hotel in Rome
  • All breakfasts included
  • Private guided tours of Rome city, Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel, Colosseum and Roman Forum
  • Enjoy the Christmas Markets in Rome

Not included

  • Gratuities
  • Any meal or beverage not mentioned above
  • City taxes at the hotel

Christmas & Spa in Rome - 6 Nights/7 Days

Day 1

Arrival at Rome Fiumicino Airport.

A driver will be meeting you outside the luggage claim, and will transfer you from Fiumicino airport to your accommodation in Rome, where you will check in at your 4-5 star hotel for six nights, where you will be welcomed by a lovely Prosecco.

Remaining of the day at your leisure.

Day 2

Day tour of Rome part 1.

Private guided tour of Rome city center with a professionally licensed, English speaking guide.

Sites include: Navona Square, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, St. Peter’s Basilica. Includes skip the line entrance tickets to the Vatican Museums with the Sistine Chapel.

Spa stop to enjoy an energizing massage for two people to counteract the effects of stress and regenerate you deeply

day 3

Have a look a the wonderful Nativity scene in S. Peter Basilica and Santa Maria Maggiore.

This year, 126 nativity scenes will be exhibited, from various nations in Europe, such as Germany, Hungary, Slovenia, Slovakia and Croatia and the world, including Kazakhstan, Peru, Indonesia, Uruguay, Colombia and the United States. Many of these nations are represented by their respective Embassies to the Holy See, which have been in charge of promoting the event in the various countries.

day 4

Day tour of Rome part 2.

Private 8 hour guided tour of Rome city center with a professionally licensed, English speaking guide.

Sites to be visited include St. Peter in Chains, Palatine Hill, Circus Maximus, Caracalla's thermal baths, Aventine Hill, Capitoline Hill and Venezia square. Includes private, guided tour and skip the line entrance tickets to the Colosseum and Roman Forum.

Also includes a visit to the Catacombs, tickets included.

day 5

Stop in Piazza Navona to visit the market and in Piazza Mazzini there is the most beautiful Christmas market in Rome.

Nestled in the historic garden, with the water from the fountain mirroring the stands, the Mazzini Christmas Village is a classic event for the neighborhood that has just turned off the first 100 candles.

Santa Claus Castle in via Tenuta del Cavaliere will talk by it self…

day 6

In Orvieto you will visit the nativity scene underground.

The layout and the host theme, different from each edition, is made by experts in theatrical and cinematic special effects developing themes based on a precise historical reconstruction of customs and customs, mixing sacred texts, myths and traditions.

Afternoon in Civita di Bagnoregio lA characteristic that immediately catches the eye looking at the small hamlet, and for which the country is so famous all over the world, is to rise in the valley of the calanchi and to be in an isolated position compared to the rest of the other countries, the reason is that the clay hill on which Civita di Bagnoregio was born, has suffered a very strong erosion due to atmospheric.

day 7

Have your breakfast at the hotel, meet your driver.

Private transfer from your hotel to the airport.

Departure from Italy 😔


What is the currency used in Italy, and where can I exchange money?

The currency in Italy is the Euro (€). You can exchange money at banks, exchange offices ("cambio"), or ATMs. Banks offer competitive rates but may have higher fees. Exchange offices are convenient but compare rates. ATMs are widespread with favorable rates, but watch for bank fees. Major credit cards are accepted, but carrying cash for small purchases and emergencies is advisable.

Do I need a Visa to travel to Italy?

Whether you need a visa to travel to Italy depends on your nationality and the purpose of your visit. Citizens of many countries, including those in the European Union, the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, can enter Italy visa-free for short stays as tourists

What are hotel taxes in Italy, how do I pay them and how much are they?

In Italy, hotel taxes, known as "tassa di soggiorno" or tourist tax, are fees charged by local municipalities on guests at accommodations like hotels, B&Bs, and vacation rentals. These taxes vary based on location and accommodation type, usually calculated per person per night. They're not typically included in the room rate and are paid directly to the provider upon check-out, often in cash or added to the final bill. Exemptions may apply for certain guests, such as children or those with disabilities.

How do you greet people in Italy?

Greetings in Italy are typically warm and involve a handshake. It's common to greet people with a friendly "Ciao" or "Buongiorno" (good morning) during the day. In the evening or when meeting someone for the first time, "Buonasera" (good evening) is more appropriate. Italians value politeness, so don't forget to use "Grazie" (thank you) and "Per favore" (please) when appropriate.

What are the opening hours for shops and businesses?

In Italy, traditional business hours are observed, with most shops opening around 9:00 am and closing for a few hours in the afternoon (usually between 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm). Shops then reopen at around 5:30 pm. Some smaller businesses may close on Sundays, so it's advisable to plan shopping accordingly.

Are credit cards widely accepted in Italy?

While major credit cards are generally accepted, it's advisable to carry some cash, especially in smaller establishments. Notify your bank of your travel dates to avoid any issues with card transactions.

How do gratuities work in Italy?

Gratuities are not mandatory and never included, but if you've been pleased with the service, it's customary to show appreciation, and workers are very thankful. Generally speaking, gratuities can be 100€ full day guides, 50€ half/partial day guides, driver 75-150€ on full day use of vehicle, skipper 150-250€ for full day tours, hotel porters 3-5€ per bag, restaurants 10-20% on the total, guest ambassadors, based on service received, 1-5% on rhe total amount. Gratuities in Italy run anywhere from 10-25% depending on the services and your satisfaction with them.

What should I wear if I want to visit some religious sites?

If you intend to visit religious sites, please have knees and shoulders covered (both men and women).

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