Here is what our customers have had to say about both the original version and the new version of the video series and the KindleBook...
Day Tours of Rome Passage to Roma 2010- available here and other retail outlets such as Amazon.
The Baron from Las Vegas wrote:
The video was really great. We watched it several times before departing for our trip to Rome, and it really gave us great insight into selecting what we wanted to see while there, so we didn't waste any time. Additionally, their web site, which is provided with the DVD, was extremely helpful with answering any and all questions I sent them. I must have sent them 10 e-mails with questions to help me on the trip, and they responded to each and every one, within no more than a day, and the response was usually a full page or two. Really great.
LoveItaly from Long Island wrote:
"I purchased this video from another site and was very impressed with how it was done. I am so tired of seeing travel videos that show a bunch of bars or hotels. This was obviously created by people who either live in Rome or really know the city. You go on "tours" with this very nice young lady.
This DVD contains tours led by this very knowledgeable and beautiful hostess, Lucaya. I lost count of the number of sites she visits. She gives you information and history that brings the video to life. You don't just see the biggie sites, she also takes you to places you probably never heard of. What makes it great are the stories behind the sites. Like the ongoing battles between Bernini and Boromini.
Voyager from Florida wrote:
This is a very good DVD if you intend to travel to Rome or would just like to learn more about the city. It contains "tours" that take in most of the major sites, plus many places that are not well known. It was obviously done very recently, as they have included information on some sites, like the Roman Forum, that has happened in just the last few months. The narrator goes into great detail on many wonderful places in the city, in some cases maybe too much detail, but I'd always prefer more over less. It is like having your own personal guide.
Kindlebook Version of the new Video:
Simone from Texas wrote:
We used this on a recent trip to Rome and it was absolutely worthwhile. We did the Colosseum area walking tour and it was perfect. My husband and I are not the guided tour sort and we have a 2 year old, so it makes guided tours a little too much for us. This was the right amount of background information and pace for our family. While we only did the one tour, I read over the other tours and gained a great amount of information for other trips that we did while in Rome. I would highly recommend this book - especially for [...]!