ATTENTION TRAVELERS – CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE 8
31 May 2020
We are officially authorized, once again, to operate the Vatican, Colosseum, and Ostia Antica tours. You can go ahead and book!
The tours of the Catacombs and underground sites are still suspended.
ATTENTION TRAVELERS – CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE 7
29 May 2020
As of today, May 29 2020, we are allowed to run walking tours. Some restrictions apply. To learn more, please click here.
ATTENTION TRAVELERS – CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE 6
17 May 2020
Tomorrow, May 18th, 2020, Italy will enter stage 2 of Phase 2. Libraries, museums, archaeological sites, barbers, beauty salons retailers, and many other businesses will reopen. These businesses will have to respect the rules of social distancing. We will not have to carry a form justifying the movement any longer.
The Italian premier, Giuseppe Conte, had also announced more bans and restrictions to be lifted at the beginning of June. It will be possible to travel to Italy from any European country without having to go through a 15-day quarantine.
Theaters and movie theaters will reopen in June as well.
One thing that is not clear yet, is whether we will be able to conduct group tours.
We will keep you up to date with all COVID-19 developments, as usual.
ATTENTION TRAVELERS – CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE 5
4 May 2020
Italy has entered Phase 2 of the emergency lockdown.
Visit this link to read the last decree regarding the lockdown restrictions:
ATTENTION TRAVELERS – CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE 4
12 April 2020
The quarantine has been extended to May 3rd 2020.
ATTENTION TRAVELERS – CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE 3
10 March 2020
To comply with the new decree and security measures put in place by Italian gouvernement we have canceled all guided tours in Rome until April 3rd. We would like to inform all clients that due to the high volume of cancellations it might take longer than usual to process the refunds. We want to thank everyone for your patience and understanding, and apologize for any inconvenience caused by the cancellations.
ATTENTION TRAVELERS – CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE 2
10 March 2020
As of today, 10 March 2020, the whole of Italy has been put under total lockdown. The measures taken to prevent or contain the spread of COVID-19 in the northern regions of Italy have been extended nationwide, continental and islands. Please consult the authorities of your country before making travel plans.
Right now, all outdoor tours offered by More of Rome, as mentioned in update 1, still run as scheduled. However, we expect to receive another advisory from the local government, that will determine the course of action. In case of a cancellation, all travelers will be notified by email in a timely manner. All canceled bookings will be refunded.
If you are already on Italian soil, please use basic precautionary measures. Wash hands often, avoid shaking hands even with friends and family. Avoid crowded places. Do not share water bottles or cups. Cough/sneeze into your elbow. In case of emergency call 112, this number is valid for the whole EU.
ATTENTION TRAVELERS – CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE 1
8 March 2020
READ BEFORE YOU BOOK!
Due to the outbreak and rapid spread of COVID-19 in Italy, all museums, archaeological sites, castles, palaces and art galleries, are on total lockdown until April 3rd. That means that More of Rome will not accept any bookings for Colosseum, Vatican, Catacombs, Ostia Antica, Sermoneta, Alban Hills (Ariccia), Mosaic Workshop, Case Romane & Caracalla, Borghese Gallery and Saint Clement’s Basilica. For the period of March 8 – April 3. All tours already booked and confirmed for that period will be canceled or amended. All travelers will be refunded in full.
However, all guided tours conducted outdoors, will go on as booked. The bookings for Haunted Colosseum, Haunted Rome, Family Tour of Ancient Rome, Sunrise in Rome, Walking Tour of Jewish Ghetto & Trastevere and Must-See Rome, will remain open and bookable.
If you have any questions regarding the closures or need help, feel free to contact us at email@example.com