About the Tour
One of the most unique and memorable ways to see Rome is on the Illuminated Rome Night Tour with Dinner. See all the famous sights by night then finish the tour with a traditional Italian dinner at a local restaurant.
The guided tour begins by passing down Via Cavour to see the Roman Forum and Colosseum, then continues towards the River Tiber, passing the Circus Maximus and the Temple of Vest. Your tour then heads towards the magnificent St Peter’s Basilica, seen as a backdrop to Bernini’s impressive colonnade. Beyond that, drive past Castel Sant’Angelo and the ancient Ara Pacis to see these impressive monuments illuminated in all their glory. Next you will see the famous Piazza del Popolo, the ancient northern entrance into Rome, and then pass through the beautiful park of Villa Borghese.
Your tour ends by visiting the Trevi Fountain where you can throw a coin into the fountain to ensure your return to the Eternal City. Afterwards, your guide will take you to a local restaurant where you will be served traditional cuisine and wine. Buon appetito!
How to Enter
To enter to win two free tickets to our Illuminated Rome Night Tour with Dinner:
- Go to YouTube
- Comment on this video telling us, “Why you want to go on this tour” (Note: you must have a YouTube account to comment on a video. If you don’t have one, you can create a YouTube account here for free.)
The Illuminated Rome Night Tour with Dinner contest will close on December 5, 2011 and a new Holiday Giveaway Video will be posted on December 6, 2011.
Week #8: Win an Illuminated Rome Night Tour with Dinner
- Viator Travel Team
Terms & Conditions: This contest is part of Viator’s Ultimate Holiday Giveaway and is subject to the same terms and conditions. Our staff will pick the entry that we think best answers the question above. We are giving away 2 free tickets for the Illuminated Rome Night Tour with Dinner for use before November 2013. Airfare, taxes and any other expenses not specifically listed above are not included. Prizes are non-transferable and cannot be sold or redeemed for any cash value.