You will be greeted at your hotel in Rome and will make your way to the historical city center to begin your tour at the National Monument of Vittorio Emanuele II, so called VITTORIANO, in Piazza Venezia. You will continue on to see the splendors of Ancient Rome, which includes Roman and Imperial Forums, the Colosseum, the Circus Maximus and the glorious Pantheon. Moving on, you will walk through the famed Piazza Navona, pausing at the Spanish Steps, before throwing your coins into the Trevi Fountain. After lunch, you will have the opportunity to visit the smallest country in the world, the Vatican (also known as Vatican City), the Vatican Museum, where you will be amazed and delighted at the extensive compelling collection of masterpieces including Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Giotto, Caravaggio, Perugino, Titian, Raphael, and a vast treasure of classic sculptures from antiquity.
The Vatican Museums offer free entry to all disabled visitors with certified invalidity of more than 74%. For visitors who are not self-sufficient, free entry is also extended to a companion.
Vatican Museum is closed on Sunday and Wednesday morning.
For Colosseum and Roman Forum people with disabilities and their companion are eligible to a free ticket, providing that they have valid medical documentation of the disability – NO RESERVATION NEEDED.