Package prices are per person, double occupancy. These prices do not include airfare.
The reason for this is to offer you maximum flexibility. Run Italy, Ltd. is not a travel agency, but a Tour Operator specializing in the Marathon & Tours in Italy.
FOR AIRFARE AND TRAVEL INSURANCE,PLEASE CONTACT:
*Tia Bielenberg, who is affiliated with Polk CTM, located here in Colorado. Tia can be reached on her direct line, 720-842-0282, Monday through Friday, 9am - 5pm MST.
Disclaimer * Tia Bielenberg and Polk CTM are separate entities from Run Italy, Ltd. aka Run Italy Tours. They are independent agents that Run Italy, Ltd. is referring its travelers for assistance regarding airline ticketing and travel insurance.
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We offer “You”:
Six (6) days Five (5) nights accommodation.
4-Star Hotel Stay
Guaranteed race entry for runners
Walking distance from many nearby attractions
Meet & Greet at your arrivals
Transportation to and from Rome Airport (FCO)
Most meals included
No hassle race registration
Transportation to and from the Race
Professional licensed guides
Clinics and runs with world-famous running Author & Coach Jeff Galloway
Hotel-Buffet Breakfast each day
Private Pasta Dinner
Private Gala Dinner
Sight-seeing entrance fees covered
Hotel Taxes covered
All of the above are included with your Rome Tour Package.
Run Italy Package can and does make all necessary arrangements for runners, as well as, non-runners. All runs and workouts are optional. These include hotel arrangements, transportation to and from the Rome Airport(FCO), sight-seeing in Rome, etc. to enjoy your stay with great memorable times that will last a lifetime!
* Original Price: $2380.00
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ROME being the capital of Italy and today is one of the most important tourist destinations of the world, due to the incalculable immensity of its archaeological and artistic treasures, as well as for the charm of its unique traditions, the beauty of its panoramic views, and the majesty of its magnificent "villas" (parks).
Among the most significant resources are the many museums – (Musei Capitolini, the Vatican Museums, Galleria Borghese, including those dedicated to modern and contemporary art and great many others).
Rome's history spans over two and a half thousand years.
After the Middle-Ages, Rome was ruled by Popes such as Alexander VI and Leo X, who transformed the city into one of the major centers of the Italian Renaissance, along with Florence.
The current-day version of St Peter's Basilica was built and the Sistine Chapel was painted by Michelangelo. Famous artists and architects, such as Bramante, Bernini and Raphael resided for some time in Rome, contributing to its Renaissance and Baroque architecture.
Rome was the largest city in the world, which may have inspired John Heywood's famous epigram, "Rome wasn't built in a day".
Rome contains a vast and impressive collection of art, sculpture, fountains, mosaics, frescos, and paintings, from all different periods.
Ancient Roman cuisine was highly influenced by Ancient Greek culture.
Rome is the capital of Italy and the country's largest and most populated city. Rome hosted the 1960 Summer Olympics and is an official candidate to host the 2020 Summer Olympics.
About the origin of the name Roma (Rome) from the Greek word ῤώμη(rhòme),
which means 'strength';road.
Later derived a well-known saying: "All roads lead to Rome"
Rome Marathon & RomaFun 5K Run
6 Days / 5 Nights Tour Package
Depart USA March 19th, 2014 Arrive in Rome (FCO- Airport) March 20th, Depart from Rome, Italy (FCO- Airport) March 25th, 2014
DAY 1 (March 19) Wednesday
Travel to Rome from your home city. (Airfare not included)
DAY 2 (March 20) Thursday
Arrival in Rome.
Transfer from the Rome Airport (FCO) to the hotel available for travelers arriving during normal arrival hours on March 19th (included). We will be more than happy to arrange for a private taxi/driver to meet you at the airport and bring you to the hotel if you are outside our normal arrival times. (Normal *FCO airport arrival times are between 9am-5pm). The rate for a private taxi and driver is $70 per taxi. (atyour own expense and prices may vary*).
Meet & Greet. Staff Introductions and Orientation at Hotel. Beverages & Italian appetizers served. (included)
DAY 3 (March 21) Friday
The day begins with a morning run with Jeff Galloway.(optional)
Buffet breakfast at our hotel (included)
Today a visit of the Vatican Museum / Sistine Chapel at St. Peters Square. Here we will enter into one of the most important sites for the history of human civilization. Known as the Museums of the Popes of Rome, built-up and enriched over five centuries; we will resonate with the rich buzzing of great history and almost, the breath of the Sacred. Upon entering the Vatican Museum you will be immersed in an area dedicated to modern religious art from some of the greatest Artists of all time; Michelangelo of the Sistine Chapel, Giotto, Leonardo and Caravaggio in the Pinacoteca, Van Gogh, Matisse. . . (Entry Fees, Guides, Chartered private bus, & Taxes included)
Late Lunch at our Hotel. (included) followed by Bib Distribution.
Evening free to enjoy & explore Rome on your own. (Enjoy a stroll through the street in Rome, shopping or visit the Expo)
DAY 4 (March 22) Saturday
The day begins with a buffet breakfast at our hotel. (included)
Today a fantastic visit of “Ancient Rome” (Coliseum & Forum Tour);
We will visit one of Rome’s most popular tourist attractions; the amazing Coliseum where it still remains ancient Rome’s greatest architectural legacy called then ‘Amphitheatrum Flavium’ in 72A.D. it was inaugurated by Titus in 80A.D. and could seat 50,000 spectators. We will walk the path back in history and explore the Coliseum & Forum of Ancient Rome. Here is where Rome was born. (Entry Fees, Guides, Chartered private bus, & Taxes included)
Lunch on your own.
Race day orientation.Presentation followed by questions and answers with your coach,
Jeff Galloway. (time to be announced)
Pasta Dinner. (included)
DAY 5 (March 23) Sunday
"RUN the MARATHON with JEFF GALLOWAY" ~
Light buffet breakfast at the hotel. (included)
Transportation/transfers to the race from our hotel. (included)
All the pre-race details are taken care of so you can save your energy to run the Marathon, and not use it up getting there.
Fruit and high-energy snacks will also be provided. (included)
Enjoy your Run! We will meet you at the finish line.
Transportation/transfers from the race to our hotel. (included)
After the race, we'll enjoy a Private Gala Dinner. (included)
DAY 6 (March 24) Monday
Sleep late and enjoy a lazy morning.
Buffet breakfast at the hotel. (included)
Free day to go shopping, or Re-energize by visiting Rome on your own.
Evening free to pack for the trip back home.
Day 7 (March 25) Tuesday
Depart from Rome
5k – ROMAFUN – “La Stracittadina”
As the excitement of the Marathon Race peak, many want to be a part of this big day. Therefore, the traditional ROMAFUN- also known as “La Stracittadina” is a favorite for those who don’t want to miss out. It is a leisurely walk to which anyone can participate and not just runners themselves. Many participate such as classmates, grandparents and grandchildren, parents and children, together with their favorite domestic animal, on skates, etc… It’s a fun time for all!
The ROMAFUN - "La Stracittadina", is a non-competitive 5k and is one of the many races of its kind with one of the highest participation rates in the world. This is on the same day of the Rome Marathon and starts in the centre of Rome; immediately following the start of the 42,195k Marathon.
The Rome Marathon course is a fast and relatively flat course that covers many major tourist attractions of the Eternal City.
From the start, passing through the well-known historic piazzas of the Capital: Piazza Venezia with the Campidoglio, Piazza del Popolo with the Pincio, Piazza Navona with its fountains, Piazza di Spagna with Trinità dei Monti. Then running through the great places of worship you'll see - Saint Peter's, the Synagogue, and the Mosque - and the Foro Italico complex with the Olympic Stadium - running through ancient Rome's past like the Pantheon, the Circus Maximus, the Ara Pacis of Augustus, the Theatre of Marcellus, the Pyramid of Cestio, the Baths of Caracalla, and past the magical and soothing sounds of the Trevi Fountains, of the Barcaccia, of the Rivers and so on to the victorious arrival at the Colosseum, the Arch of Costantine, the Forum of Rome and the Imperial Forums; it embeds great memories for a lifetime.
9:00 am: 8/9 C° 2pm: 18/19 C°
In Rome during February and March, we can expect mild 55° to 72° temperatures, approx 2.6 inches of rain, and about 167 hours of sunshine per month. It may be cool in the evenings. Usually March is the coolest time in Italy and can get as cold as 35°- 40° in the evenings.
Via di San Gregorio: Arco di Costantino
The course is open for 7 hours and you must be at least 18 years of age to enter.
9.15am - some minutes before disabled athletes
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Rome Marathon & RomaFun 5K Run
6 Days / 5 Nights Tour Package
(March 20 - 25, 2014)