Ad maiora

Guided tours in Rome with official and authorized tourist guides.


Museums streets squares churches fountains neighborhoods. Art, culture, history, society, sport, food and wine.

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Our visits

Ad Maiora provides guided tours in the city of Rome and its surroundings.
Our goal is to make your holiday in Rome the most beautiful of your life

Here you can find the most typical tours, but we organize private tours in the city of Rome and its surroundings. On request we can provide private cabs with drivers and golf carts.

We are experts in art, culture, archeology, history, sport, food and wine.

The history of Rome is the history of the western world. How much of our  daily life was born in our city, between the Capitol Hill, the Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum?


Emperors and popes have collected the most elegant and refined pieces of art, and have left the mark of their passage enriching the city with squares, fountains, streets and palaces. Many of the most important museums of the world are  located in Rome.

Mens sana in corpore sano : ‘A healthy mind in a healthy body‘ . Is it possible to discover the history of Rome by bike or jogging? The riverside, the area of the great monuments, the great parks… Rome is a city that can be discovered in a thousand ways at any time.

Otium & Negotium. 
Two latin words: negotium is “business” and otium is Everything but business.

Admaiora can provide for all that is otium.


Contact us, and we can organize your custom tour.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

1749 - 1832

«Yes, I have finally arrived to this Capital of the World! I now see all the dreams of my youth coming to life... Only in Rome is it possible to understand Rome.»

All the roads lead to Rome.

What is the largest and most important monument built by the ancient Romans? It’s simple: 155,000 miles of safe roads (more than 60.000 paved).
Roads allowed Rome to absorb tangible and intangible goods from all over the empire, and to export them once Romanized. This is why western culture was born in Rome.

Rome houses some of the most beautiful and important collections and  museums of the world.
Everybody know the Vatican Museum… but what about  the Capitolines, the Borghese Gallery, Palazzo Barberini, the National Roman Museum and many others? Some of them are almost free for local people, some are free for everyone. Let’s visit them together.

Rome is not only her historic center…  art, beauty, nature, history and architecture are everywhere.
The outskirts is a wonderful movie set: Eur,Garbatella, Coppedè, the Catacombs, the Parks of the Aqueducts and Caffarella, the appian way… they are just some of the many areas of the city outside the walls that can tell us our history.

Rome exists because of the Tiber: the river that can tell all the history of our city. Ports, trades,bridges, ancient and modern heroes.
The Tiber was the cross and delight of the Roman people: it provided for life after the fall of the empire but devastated the city with its floods. With the construction of the anti-flood walls the relationship between Rome and the Tiber is different, but the river remains one of the most interesting ways to study the history of this city.

The areas around the city of Rome are a delightful way to discover the  history of the city. For centuries they have been the holiday resorts of popes and emperors. A visit to Tivoli, Ariccia, Palestrina (and many other places) will offer you art, history, food, wine and a great climate.

Since its origins, Rome has welcomed the greatest architects of all time. If you love architecture you can not miss a visit to the most beautiful palaces, ancient and modern.

Rome is a stratified city where art beauty, history and architecture are everywhere. Wander the streets and alleys of the city, and you will come across the greatest architects that Italy has ever had: Michelangelo, Bernini, Borromini, Valadier….

Rome is one of the cities with the largest parks in the world. An afternoon at the Parco degli Acquedotti, Villa Borghese or Villa Pamphili, for example, can be one of the most pleasant ways to get to know Rome between a bike ride, a picnic or playing football.


In Rome there are some of the most famous museums in the world, and some of these are free or very cheap: Museum of the Walls (in the photo), the Capitolines, the Roman National Museum (with its 4 locations) and all the museums in common are only a part of the museum treasure of this city.

"Se me frulla un pensiero che me scoccia, me fermo a beve e chiedo ajuto ar vino: poi me la canto e seguito er cammino, cor destino in saccoccia."
Roma 1871 - Roma 1950