Experience the best of Rome's Ancient City on this astonishing Roman Forum and Colosseum Tour. With your expert guide leading the way, you'll enjoy skip-the-line access to the Ancient City and the Colosseum, to beat the crowds. Enjoy an intimate tour in a small-group no larger than 12.Discover the culture of the Roman Forum, the beating heart of Rome's Empire. Then, see Ancient Rome's brutality in the Colosseum. First, you'll enjoy a walking tour of the Roman Forum. You'll see the beautiful ruins of Temples, law courts and the Victory Arches, still standing, in this most important archaeological site. Continue to the Palatine Hill, the place where, in mythology, the city of Rome was founded. Then, enjoy a full-tour of the Colosseum. You'll hear the fascinating tales of this mighty amphitheater, where the most brutal gladiatorial games in the Roman Empire were fought. Discover the true size and scale of this awesome historic building as you connect with ancient history.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Palatine Hill, Rome, LazioEnjoy an amazing view of Ancient and modern Rome from the top of the Palatine Hill; once the home of Rome's Emperors. See where the Emperors lived and discover the true stories of their luxurious lifestyles.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Roman Forum, Rome, LazioExplore the heart of Ancient Rome with your guide and walk through the Forum. This part of the city contained the main political and religious buildings of the ancient capital of the empire.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Colosseum, Rome, LazioVisit the world’s most famous amphitheater: the Colosseum. See the famous stadium where 80,000 Romans would have gathered to watch the blood sports on the Arena floor. Over 400,000 people died over the Colosseum’s 400 years in use, and 1,000,000 animals. Duration: 1 hourPass By: Arco di Costantino, Rome, LazioAs you walk around the exterior of the Colosseum, you'll pause for a moment at the Arch of Constantine; the Triumphal Arch of Rome's first Christian Emperor. Discover the fascinating history of the Arch and how its iconic style spawned many copy-cats.