A number of companies run organized trips around the city centre, though these are, for the most part, quite pricey and not really worth the money. Probably the best value, for general orientation and a glance at the main sights, is the ATAC-run #110 bus tour , which in summer leaves Termini Station at 10.30am, 2pm, 3pm, 5pm, 6pm and costs L15,000 for a three-hour jaunt, with twenty-minute stops at the Vatican, in Via dei Fori Imperiali and in Piazza Venezia. The air-conditioned grey coach, with pictures of Rome's monuments on the sides, stands out against the ocean of orange buses.
Of several companies that organize all kinds of tours, one of the best is Enjoy Rome , Via Varese 39 (06.445.1843), which runs inexpensive walking and cycling tours of Rome given by native English speakers, as well as day trips to Pompeii. Il Sogno , Viale Regina Margherita 192 (tel 06.8530.1758, fax 06.8530.1756), runs all kinds of tours, and is perhaps the best one-stop place to go if you're not sure what you want. Finally, for the ultra-personal touch, Norman Roberson (tel 06. 5820.3105), one of the contributors to this guide, specializes in tours of the ancient sights and some of the larger galleries, as well as the Etruscan sites north of the city; contact him by phone, or get details from www.agora.stm.it/n.roberson/home.htm
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