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The highlights of Rome and The Vatican City

It is possible to enjoy a Rome tour in 1 day if you know what to expect, how to proceed, and of course have a plan. The problem comes in when visitors have never been to Rome before and they have several sights they wish to see and did not realize the long lines that are often found at many of the attractions, not to mention they do not know their way around Rome.

At Rome Tour, they offer personal and private Rome tours that allow visitors to enjoy the highlights of Rome and the Vatican City in just one day. Rome Tour offers tailor made tours that are sure to allow visitors to Rome the chance to see many of the sights they wish to see even if they only have one day to embrace Rome. An itinerary will be created with visitor's requirements no matter what area of Rome or Vatican City they wish to explore.

Rome has many highlights that are divided up into the various eras of history, which can make it very difficult for visitors to decide what sights they wish to explore. With an official guide at Rome Tour, this problem will be easily forgotten, as the guide will be able to add all the sights that visitors wish to include.

Rome Tour offers a large variety of tours for their Rome tour in 1 day which will allow all visitors to Rome to see as many of the highlights of Rome and the Vatican City including the Roman Coliseum, the Trevi Fountain, the Vatican Museums, and the Sistine Chapel to name a few of the most popular.

For a Rome tour 1 day, choosing to hire an official guide is the best way to ensure you never have to stand in long lines and have the chance to see as much as possible during your day tour of Rome.

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