Meet Francesca Maria Casertano, a Private Guide in Rome

December 3, 2013 by

Europe, Local Experts & Private Guides, Places to Go

Having been born and raised in Rome, Francesca Maria Casertano possesses a native’s intimate knowledge of Italy’s exuberant capital. Not only is she full of the sort of lesser-known facts and anecdotes that can truly bring Rome to life, she is also a licensed tourist guide and archaeologist who has worked at some of the sites you will visit, allowing her to provide an impressive amount of detail on each site.

Meet Francesca!

Meet Francesca!

With Francesca you will discover and learn all about this beautiful city, its history and legends, as well as the culture and daily life of its modern citizens. Not only that, but each of her tours can be custom-tailored according to your interests, allowing you to get the most out of your stay in Rome. Her tours are particularly ideal for those with only a short amount time who want to see the very best of the city.

Francesca specializes in private tours for small groups, individuals or families with children. Her itineraries include Rome walking tours focused on Ancient Rome, Baroque Rome, or Medieval Rome, as well as classic sightseeing tours, Vatican tours, gastronomic tours, Rome by night tours, excursions for cruise visitors and much, much more.

Full of passion and knowledge, and possessing the experience necessary to make her tours fun and informative for everyone, Francesca is a great choice for those who want a more intimate portrait of Rome.

Check out Francesca’s Viator Private Tour Guide profile for more details about her private Rome tours and further information on how to contact and book with Francesca.

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-Viator Travel Team

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