I would highly recommend Starline Tours if you're visiting Rome!
We were adamant we were not going to do a tour guide while in Rome after hearing some negative reviews online, however we somehow had a change of heart and booked the Vatican tour with Starline after walking passed their office.
The girl on reception (I think her name was Sara) was incredibly helpful and informative. We booked the tour about 45 minutes before the tour was due to start, but we were kindly given the wifi password which kept us occupied.
The tour itself was very knowledgable, our tour guide was Italian but spoke brilliant, clear English (I had tried to learn some Italian but my foreign language skills are poor!). The tour did feel a little rushed because of delays in security (through no fault of the tour operator or guide). But we still had plenty of time to get photos of everything.
We thought the experience was so easy and worthwhile, we booked the Colosseum tour with them the following day (the actual tour was carried out by Italy with us but Starline staff was incredibly helpful and arranged everything for us. I would also highly recommending the Colosseum tour).
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Kick off your Saturday evening in Rome with local insights of the Eternal City’s major historical sites. Begin in the famed Piazza del Popolo to witness Bernini’s twin churches and Rome’s second largest Egyptian obelisk. Wander the cobblestone streets towards the iconic Spanish Steps to admire the 138 steps that lead to Santa Trinità dei Monti church. After a remarkable photo op, follow your guide through the winding streets as you make your way towards the Pantheon. Easily one of the most remarkable sites in Rome, this once ancient Roman temple has remained an architectural feat far beyond its years, and now houses the tombs of famed artist Raffaello Sanzio, King Vittorio Emanuele II, King Umberto I, and Umberto’s wife Margherita. In fact, the famed Pizza Margherita is actually named after the Queen Margherita, and the green basil, white mozzarella, and red tomatoes are symbolic of the Italian flag. Finally, continue towards the Trevi Fountain to toss in your coin, and witness first-hand the monument that was so brilliantly featured in the movie, “La Dolce Vita.” Cap off the evening at Piazza Navona to learn about Bernini’s magnificent work of art, Quattro Fiumi fountain. Feel free to ask your guide for local recommendations in the nearby Campo de’ Fiori or Trastevere areas to end your evening with dinner and drinks. Availability: Friday & Saturday / 7:30pm Duration: 2.5 hours Meeting Point: Piazza del Popolo, in the middle of the square by the obelisk (Closest Metro “FLAMINIO”, Line A)$55.13 (48.80€) (22%) ( Per booking )