Under The Roman Sun is voted our number one tour by About.com, a former New York Times Company, we are proud to present "The Eddie's Fun" one day walking tour. This tour is enjoyed by visitors from 8 years now. Here's where you'll meet your fun buddy (tour guide) and the other members of the tour group (max 15 ppl).
PART 1: As the Romans wake to their often hectic morning, we meet at the relaxing central Eddie's Fun office to kick off the day with a typical full Italian breakfast...
PART 2: Italians are not always right about everything but one thing that nobody can argue with them about is how to enjoy a good meal...
We at Eddie's Fun are direct tour suppliers, however we also work with other affiliate tour agencies. There are many factors we consider when accepting an affiliate and only the top companies make our cut!
Your fun buddy (tour guide) is a native of another country that lives in Rome and will be your tour guide that facilitates excitement while offering cultural comparisons throughout.
I'm 1 of 4 Italian's on our Eddie's Fun team of 17 people so now I get a chance to brag about my country. I have been a licensed archaeologists for over 12 years, and I received my
From Philadelphia USA to Rome Italy, was my ticket 18 years ago. I graduated from Temple University with a masters degree in art and history. What better place to further my education
I came to Rome from England, directly after receiving my first class degree from Exeter University in literature. Rome's magic kept me here since 1989. I opened a tour operating agency
Hello I'm Joanna...Other than being Eddie's executive assistant, I have found time to also study law at Tor Vergata University. I have a strong passion for traveling to new places and
I am a happy and energetic Finnish-Swedish woman who likes to take it easy and enjoy the simple things in life. I love Rome because not only are you surrounded by such beauty, but it
Well, they say "all roads lead to Rome"... What brought me to Rome? First of all, LOVE and second passion for the Italian cuisine. What I enjoy the most? ... walking through the historical
I like to travel, particularly to the desert, any desert. I have two degrees from Harvard University in Art/History. I also taught fifth grade near Boston and was a founding editor
Hello there...I am Damon from Sweden. I'm not big on writing about myself unless its a dating service, so I will keep it short and sweet Haha... I have been working in Human Resources
From FCO the cost is 14 Euro’s and the train travels non stop for 30 minutes to Termini station which is the center of Rome From CIA there is a public shuttle bus that cost 3 Euros and this bus takes you to Ciampino
Public taxis from the airport are set prices. FCO is 48 Euros, and CIA is 30 Euros. Taxis are very expensive in Rome. When calling a taxi, the meter starts immediately from the current location of the closest driver
Friday and Saturday. Trams run regularly everyday from 5:30am to midnight. An important thing thing to remember is to buy your tickets before entering all sources of public transportation
Customer Service is not a focus, but the food is. The food may arrive slow or not all plates at the same time, but when it arrives it has been considered by many the best in the world!
The Pharmacies in Italy are very good. They have trained doctors on site who can help with accidents. In every neighborhood there is a main pharmacy which is open during
Rome is one of the most popular tourist cities in the world and unfortunately there are many tourist rip offs. I don’t like to broadcast any negativity