COLOSSEUM & ANCIENT ROME TOUR (small groups: max 15 people)

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Colosseum - Outside
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Roman Forum
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Colosseum - Arena
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The best way to visit Rome’s most significant archaeological sites and get the feeling of the typical habits and customs of the ancient Romans.

You will be guided by an expert in ancient Roman history throughout the tour (inside the Colosseum, in the Roman Forum and on the Palatine Hill).

Avoid the long queue with an all-inclusive ticket for this unique half-day tour which covers the most visited sites in Rome.

Language: English

Duration: 3 hours

Small Groups: Max 15 People

Includes: Officially licensed guide - skip the line service - entrance ticket and reservation fees - headsets

Meeting Point: Details can be found on the voucher we provide after booking.

$50.00per person



The tour starts in front of the Colosseum with an explanation of its history and architecture. Then, the guide will take you into the Amphitheatre (you skip the line) and describe, with some anecdotes, the hard life of the gladiators and the gory games held in the arena. From one of its terraces, your guide will illustrate the Arch of Constantine and the other monuments around the Colosseum.

Once outside, the visit continues in the nearby Roman Forum, where some of the most fundamental monuments in the history of Rome can be seen, such as the Curia, the centre of the Roman Senate, temples including the funeral altar of Julius Caesar, the remains of the magnificent House and Temple of the Vestals, and the Arch of Titus, with decorations recalling the Jewish religion.

From here, the guide will take you up to the Palatine, the hill on which Romulus founded the city of Rome and which later became the site of the Imperial residences. Here it will be possible to see the impressive remains of one of the most important buildings, the Imperial Palace built by the Emperor Domitian, as well as the Imperial Family’s private stadium. This unforgettable visit concludes with a view over the Circus Maximum below, the first and largest circus in Ancient Rome used primarily for chariot racing.

Sites Visited:
Roman Forum
Via Sacra
Arch of Titus
House and Temple of vestals
Palatine Hill
Palace of Domitian

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