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Rome: Skip the Line Colosseum, Forum, and Palatine Hill Tour

1. Rome: Skip the Line Colosseum, Forum, and Palatine Hill Tour

Discover Rome's Colosseum, the Forum, and Palatine Hill and learn fascinating insights about the city's history. Begin your tour of Rome's Ancient City with skip-the-line access to the Colosseum. Hear an introduction to the Colosseum and learn about the building's incredible construction and why it is considered an engineering marvel to this day. Notice the Roman numerals above each archway as you enter. Explore the Colosseum’s first and second levels as your guide shares stories of the emperors, gladiators, and famous battles that make the Colosseum Rome's most celebrated ancient monument. With your newly acquired expertise of ancient Romans, walk through the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. Pass by the triumphal Arch of Constantine as you learn the story of Rome's birth and its legendary twins, Romulus and Remus. Once inside the Roman Forum, pass by the Arch of Titus, the House of the Vestal Virgins, and the burial site of Julius Caesar — all standing on what was once a vast swampland. Continue to the Palatine Hill where you will see the ruins of the Imperial Palaces, the extensive grounds from which the Emperors would rule the city.

Colosseum: Arena and Undergrounds Restricted Areas Tour

2. Colosseum: Arena and Undergrounds Restricted Areas Tour

Meet your licensed, English-speaking guide at the Arch of Constantine, before enjoying your express, skip-the-line access to the Flavian Amphitheatre, better known as the Colosseum. This incredible monument can boast several records: it is the biggest, best-preserved Roman amphitheater in the world and its tiers could host up to 75 thousand people. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with the entire historic centre of Rome and is officially in the list of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Start your tour to one of the restricted areas of the Colosseum, the Underground Hypogeum and the Arena. THE ARENA Be ready to become a Roman Spectator by listening to the vivid description by your guide, who will explain in detail how these shows were prepared and why they were so important to the Roman society. Discover the true stories and secrets about some of the most famous characters of Roman history. After basking in this touching experience, your guide will accompany you to discover the undergrounds, the heart of the world’s most famous amphitheater. UNDERGROUND Discover a world of narrow corridors, tunnels and complex mechanisms. Walking through the Undergrounds you will be able to witness the ingenuity of the Romans. The Undergrounds represented the beating heart of the amphitheater and the popular shows that took place in it. Slaves moved and created incredible stage effects without anybody noticing, beasts from all over the Empire were prepared for the games and hoisted on the arena, where gladiators awaited their moment of glory before the battle. While visiting this area, your guide will reveal details about the long lost days of the Colosseum. Take a journey to the past and experience the glory of living like a true Roman. Discover the true stories and secrets about some of the most famous characters of Roman history. Your guide will then accompany you along the tier that surrounds the undergrounds and show you the cross that dominates the arena, an unexpected symbol of Christian pilgrimage that the Pope himself “visits” on Good Friday, before heading to the Palatine Hill. The Palatino Hill and the Roman Forum Outside the Colosseum, admire the 4th-century Arch of Constantine, which symbolizes the moment in which the namesake emperor made Christianity the official religion of the Empire. Head to the social and political center of Ancient Rome, the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill, the oldest part of the eternal city. Learn about politics, religion and the everyday life of a Roman citizen, and the story of the she-wolf that nursed Romulus and Remus, founders of the city.

Palatine Hill and Roman Forum Skip-the-Line Tour

3. Palatine Hill and Roman Forum Skip-the-Line Tour

After meeting your tour guide, head to the Roman Forum entrance. Explore Palatine Hill, the site of an older settlement from the 9th century BC. Enjoy an impressive view of the Circus Maximus and the valley of the Roman Forum. Learn about the legend of Romulus and Remus, the abandoned brothers raised by a wolf who fought each other for power and control. After you walk through Palatine Hill, visit the Roman Forum. This is one of the most important archaeological areas in the world with some of Ancient Rome's most evocative ruins, including the Temple of Julius Caesar, Arch of Titus, House of the Vestal Virgins, Senate House and Basilica of Maxentius. Admire the Roman Forum's Sacred Way, the triumphal road where the Centurions of Caesar marched after their return from countless battles and conquests.

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What people are saying about Arch of Titus

The visit was spectacular. I recommend purchasing a guided tour. Without such support, we often just go for a walk and take pictures. If we want to learn a little more, we have to visit accompanied by a qualified guide. That's what happened to us and I'm glad we made that choice.

We decided to book only Forum Romanum & Palestine hill (without Colosseum as we did this tour some time ago). If you want to focus on one sight only we would recommend the Forum Romanum tour without Colosseum as this is much more interesting.

A magnificent experience in this magnificent site, full of a fascinating story wonderfully told by our French guide. A big thank you to her for this precious moment!!!

My guide was an art historian and very knowledgeable! I really enjoyed my private tour and I learned so much! Highly recommend!

Jaw dropping experience with stunning views and a lot of historic facts. Enjoyed every minute of getting tour!