Experience the hidden mysteries and ghost legends of Italy with Dark Rome
With the Halloween season creeping up, Dark Rome, a City Wonders brand, is setting the scene for the spookiest experiences across Italy. From bone churches in Rome to ghost stories in Florence, travelers can upgrade their Halloween this year in these European hotspots sure to top any neighborhood haunted house.
Behind its colorful architecture and picturesque landscapes, Italy is home to a darker and more mysterious side filled with ghosts, dark secrets and ancient crypts. European day tour operator Dark Rome uncovers these Italian mysteries with skip-the-line and exclusive after-hours access, for a truly unique and spooky experience like none other. As the ghosts and ghouls of Halloween descend, Dark Rome is offering guests the chance to explore Italy’s goose bump inducing underworld for less on its range of dark tours. Guests can receive a 10% discount on Dark Rome’s spooky Halloween tours using the code DRHALLOWEEN19. Featured tours include:
- In Rome, Dark Rome’s Ghosts, Mysteries and Legends of Rome Night Walking Tour takes travelers to the house of the most notorious (and empathetic) mass murderer ever to work in the Eternal City and to visit the bridge that legend has it, is haunted by the ghost of the female Pope.
- Travelers can delve into Rome’s strange and eerie history by creeping over to the Capuchin Crypt, or ‘Bone Chapel’ on their Crypts and Catacombs Tour, which is lined with the skeletal remains of over 4,000 monks.
- In Florence, Dark Rome’s Ghosts, Mysteries and Legends of Florence Night Tour gives guests a look at the darker period in Florentine history, a time when homes were fiercely protected with pots of boiling oil. Dark Rome’s expert guide’s stories take travelers back to these dark times of constant war with invaders and between feuding families as they explore their reminders.
Dark Rome began by taking a small group of visitors around the historic center of Rome and telling them the little-known stories, mysteries, and legends that would bring the ancient streets to life. One tour led to another and now Dark Rome operates well beyond Rome – in the Vatican, Florence, Milan, Venice, and Naples – as one of the largest tour operators in Europe.