- Rome & Assisi
- Venice, Florence & Rome
- Sicily & Malta
- Sicily & Sardinia
- Rome, Naples & the Amalfi Coast
- Southern France: Lourdes, Nice, Avignon, Carcassonne & Toulouse
- Northern France: Paris, Chartres & Normandy
- Northern Spain: Barcelona, Burgos, Santiago de Compostela
- Lisbon & Fatima
- Dublin, Galway & Killarney
- London, Canterbury, Oxford, Cambridge & Birmingham
- Cross-Europe Trips
- Italy, Austria & Germany
- Hungary, Austria & the Czech Republic
- Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic & Poland
- Danube River Cruise – From Hungary to Germany
- Poland & Italy: In the Footsteps of Pope St. John Paul II
- France, Spain & Portugal: From Lourdes to Fatima
- Scotland & England
- Scotland & Ireland
“Highly, Highly recommend!
This was an anniversary trip – I didn’t want to do a tour group thing, but husband did. So glad we went this route – this is not your parents’ “tour group” gig!” Steve and Kathi Boor, Texas (Parish Trip to Italy)
“The accommodations ProRome arranged were amazing.
“They had us in a picturesque villa stocked with local wine, cheeses, and meats.”
Joshua Blonski, Minnesota (Family Group)
“Fantastic trip. Trip of a lifetime.
They had us staying at very nice hotels, very close to all the sites. Wonderful.”
Brian and Lisa Duyck, Wyoming (Parish Trip to France, Spain & Portugal)
I’d like to take a group to Europe. How many people must sign up?
How would you characterize your trips? I want to make sure that ProRome is for me.
We would some help in deciding where and when to go. Can you help us out?
We’d like to go to Italy next year at some point. Now what do we do?
My wife and I would like to visit Venice before meeting the group in Rome. Can we still be a part of the group flight?
What happens if we try to organize a trip but it doesn’t work out?
How much do your trips cost?
Is there any sort of discount available for the trip leader?
Is ProRome Tours insured? Also, is there travel insurance available for the group?
We’re a little bit worried about the state of affairs in Europe. What would you say about that?
Furthermore, ProRome remains in close contact with the American embassies throughout Europe, notifying them of our trips. Therefore in the case of emergency the authorities know where we are and how to reach us.