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Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill Tour Small group Skip the Line!

Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill Tour Small group Skip the Line! - Rome, Italy

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Rome, Italy

From USD
$61.42

First, we’ll explore the second level of the Colosseum before going down to the first level near the arena. After some great photo ops at each, we will make our way towards the top of Palatine Hill –

Other sites include: the House of Julius Caesar, the Temple of Antonius and Faustina, the Temple of Vesta, The Roman Senate House,  in the history of western civilization (Basilica Costantino/Maxentius, Basilica Julia, Basilica Emilia, Basilica San Lorenzo in Miranda, 

This walking tour around Ancient Rome ends at the Tomb of Julius Caesar, where he was laid to rest. 

  • Skip-the-line tickets to the Colosseum, Ancient Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
  • Walking tour of each destination (total duration of 160 minutes) 
  • Headsets 
  • Opportunity to stay inside the Roman Forum and wander around until closing (around 7pm)

It all begins with one of the most recognizable monuments and best-preserved ruins in all the world – the Colosseum ... More info ›

First, we’ll explore the second level of the Colosseum before going down to the first level near the arena. After some great photo ops at each, we will make our way towards the top of Palatine Hill –

Other sites include: the House of Julius Caesar, the Temple of Antonius and Faustina, the Temple of Vesta, The Roman Senate House,  in the history of western civilization (Basilica Costantino/Maxentius, Basilica Julia, Basilica Emilia, Basilica San Lorenzo in Miranda, 

This walking tour around Ancient Rome ends at the Tomb of Julius Caesar, where he was laid to rest. 

  • Skip-the-line tickets to the Colosseum, Ancient Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
  • Walking tour of each destination (total duration of 160 minutes) 
  • Headsets 
  • Opportunity to stay inside the Roman Forum and wander around until closing (around 7pm)

It all begins with one of the most recognizable monuments and best-preserved ruins in all the world – the Colosseum. Formally known as the Flavian Amphitheater, our guide will take you through the long history of this impressive structure. From the very beginning of its construction in AD 72, how it only took 8 years to build (thanks to the advanced architecture and engineering of the Romans), the famous violent battles that took place in the arena where Gladiators fought for their freedom during the Vespasian dynasty, and the many stories in between. 

This outdoor walking tour continues to the Ancient Roman Forum. During the height of the Roman empire, this was the center of civilization and daily life - where people met for business, religion, politics, shopping and socialization. This was also where one of the most famous speeches in history was made by Marc Antony. 

Walk amongst what remains of the Forum of Guilio and Augustus, the Temple of Vesta, Saturn and Castro, the Basilica of Guilia and Amelia, the Via Sacra, and the tomb where Julius Caesar’s body now rests. Our guide will bring these ruins back to life as they describe the incredible history of this ancient civilization. 

Last, but not least on this sightseeing tour is Palatine Hill. Founded in 753 BC, this was where the first houses in Rome sprouted, after which the first palace was constructed and later on, where the Popes chose to rebuild their homes. 

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Walking tour of Rome's fountains and squares and gelato

Walking tour of Rome's fountains and squares and gelato - Rome, Italy

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Rome, Italy

From USD
$33.50

Join us on a leisurely walk around Renaissance and Baroque Rome as we travel through the most enchanting streets and beautiful piazzas in The Eternal City. All while exploring the absolute top sights in Rome’s historic city center ... More info ›

Join us on a leisurely walk around Renaissance and Baroque Rome as we travel through the most enchanting streets and beautiful piazzas in The Eternal City. All while exploring the absolute top sights in Rome’s historic city center. This walking tour covers the most famous and beautiful squares, fountains and churches in Rome. And also includes a brief pit-stop for gelato at the famous Giolitti.

  • San Luigi dei Francesi – One of the oldest and most beautiful Baroque churches in Rome 
  • Basilica di Sant’Agostino - Where you will find Caravaggio’s three revered paintings and Raphael’s most famous fresco inside 
  • Piazza Navona – This elegant, lively square is also home to Bernini’s three breathtaking fountains 
  • Campo de Fiori – Bustling flower and food market by day, drinking and nightlife destination by night

  • Piazza de Spagna & the Spanish Steps - One of the most recognizable landmarks and people-watching spots in Rome 
  • Trevi Fountain -  Newly restored and more beautiful then ever, this is one of the most grandiose (and most movie-featured) fountain of Italy. 
  • Pantheon – Second to the Colosseum, this is one of the most impressive monuments still standing in Rome. Learn how this once former pagan temple turned into a church and why it is one of the most fascinating structures ever built
  • San Luigi dei Francesi – One of the oldest and most beautiful Baroque churches in Rome 
  • Basilica di Sant’Agostino - Where you will find Caravaggio’s three revered paintings and Raphael’s most famous fresco inside 
  • Piazza Navona – This elegant, lively square is also home to Bernini’s three breathtaking fountains 
  • Campo de Fiori – Bustling flower and food market by day, drinking and nightlife destination by night

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