Think of what you wish from your vacation and we will customize it for you as only a local and expert travel agent can do
Argiletum Tour, online since 2002, offers solutions for modern tourism. We provide a personalized service with an added cultural value making the most out of Rome and Italy's own cultural, artistic, historical and cultural heritage, with an access key to Rome, a wonderful town which is often impenetrable.
We are a Rome-based Tour Operator specialized in theme tours, custom vacations, for small and large groups, for standard or unusual destinations throughout Italy. We offer a constant and complete to plan a special stay in Italy. Personalized programs of the main Italian Art cities and sites of significant interest, – Rome, Florence, Venice, Pisa, Naples, Siena, Pompeii, Capri, Sicily - packages and cultural tours, guided tours to museums, temporary exhibitions, archaeological sites, hotel booking...
We are Local experts in the Italian territory; the ability to customize the requests and the direct relationship with the customer are our strengths.
Our Services and Tours are constantly updated. Our travel products are studied and designed to meet client’s interests, needs and budget. We will be happy to work through your requirements to offer you’re a unique travel experience
Argiletum Tour is named after Via Argiletum, the ancient Roman name of Via Madonna dei Monti. The street linked the Roman Forum to the plebeian Suburra district.
We are in the first quarter of Rome “Monti” (mounts), so called as its confines once comprised the Esquilino, Viminal, part of the Quirinal and the Celio hills.
It is the most ancient quarter of Rome. This is why the quarter together with its monuments and vestiges from antiquity offers a fairly complete overview of the city’s different periods, from the Republican to the Imperial period, and the Middle Ages to the Renaissance and Baroque, a succession of styles that covers 2500 years of history from the Colosseum to the Ludus Magnus- the arena of gladiators - to the Domus Aurea, the Baths of Trajan, the Fora of Emperors Augustus, Nerva and Trajan with the adjacent Markets, the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli which houses Michelangelo’s Moses, the Church of Santa Francesca Romana, the Papal Palace, the Egyptian Obelisk, the Santa Sanctorum, the Holy Stair, the Basilica of St. John in Lateran, the Church of St. Clemente, the medieval Basilica of St. Mary Major, the Lateran Baptistry, and some masterpieces of the Roman baroque such as the churches of St. Andrew on the Quirinal and St. Carlino alle Quattro Fontane...