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Fast-Track Colosseum Arena, Roman Forum, Navona Private Tour

1. Fast-Track Colosseum Arena, Roman Forum, Navona Private Tour

Explore Rome's fascinating 3,000-year history on a 3.5-hour walking tour. See it all, from venerable monuments built by the Ancient Romans to more recent pieces of history from the great days of the Renaissance.  You will start from the eternal Flavian Amphitheater, also called the Colosseum, the monument that was used for public shows and gladiatorial combat.  Then you will visit the Roman Forum, site of all businesses, religions, and political gatherings in Ancient Rome. Wander through the Imperial Forums and piazza Venezia and explore the beauty of the Trevi Fountain. See also the Pantheon, the temple once dedicated to all the Gods of Ancient Rome. End the tour by visiting the neoclassical Piazza Navona one of the most important squares in Rome, built on the remains of the Roman Stadium of Domitian.

Rome: 2-Day Private VIP Immersive Tour

2. Rome: 2-Day Private VIP Immersive Tour

Start at the Arch of Constantine, and begin a private Colosseum tour with a top-rated local guide. Learn about the history of this amazing monument, the violence of the games, and the lives of the gladiators. Take a short walk to explore the breathtaking ruins of the Roman Forum. Next, head to the historic Capitoline Hill and enjoy a break in a bar with a stunning panoramic view of the city. Stop for a hearty lunch in a restaurant recommended by the guide, where you'll sample some delicious local dishes. After lunch, visit the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Sant’Eustachio, Piazza Navona, and Campo de'Fiori. See the Pantheon and Hadrian's Temple. Stroll through the magnificent Piazza Farnese for a memorable end to the first day of your 2-day private tour. Begin the second day with a visit to the Vatican Museums, which boast one of the greatest collections of art in the world. Visit the Belvedere Courtyard, the Raphael Rooms, and the Sistine Chapel, one of the artistic wonders of the world. Hear stories about the composition and the extraordinary life of Michelangelo which will give you a deeper understanding of the frescoes. After lunch in a traditional restaurant, continue your Vatican tour to St. Peter’s Basilica and marvel at the genius of Bernini, who designed the piazza and the immense colonnade. Hear stories and legends of the popes and artists who transformed the Vatican. Lastly, take a short stroll through Borgo Pio, the surviving medieval area of the city. Stop at Castel Sant'Angelo, an imposing fortress that overlooks the Tiber. Climb to the top of the castle for a spectacular view of the river and the Vatican.

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

3. 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.

Rome: Wonders of Ancient Rome at Dusk

4. Rome: Wonders of Ancient Rome at Dusk

See the very best of Rome at night, far from the busy daytime crowds. Start your adventure outside the Colosseum, one of the most famous landmarks of the city. Listen to stories of how it was constructed and the bloody games and gladiator battles which took place here. Next, take a look at the impressive Arch of Constantine, then retrace the steps of Ancient Romans under the moonlight as you head to the Roman Forum. Upon arrival, marvel at the Temple of Castor and Pollux, the Arch of Titas, and the Senate House. Hear about the notorious emperors who ruled over Ancient Rome, and what life was like here during that time. Continue on to Trajan’s Forum, and snap a photo in front of the Column of Trajan. Finally, climb Capitoline Hill and marvel at the panoramic view that stretches out before you.

Colosseum Guided Tour and Vatican Entry Ticket 2-Day Combo

5. Colosseum Guided Tour and Vatican Entry Ticket 2-Day Combo

Travel back to the days of the Roman Empire and follow in the footsteps of emperors and gladiators on a 1-hour guided tour of the mighty Colosseum. Learn about the legendary spectacles put on for the entertainment of the Roman citizens, including the gladiator fights and wild animal hunts. Say goodbye to your guide and stay to explore the monument at your own pace. Access the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill to discover the remains of the markets and temples from the days of Ancient Rome independently. Meet at the local tour operator's office near the Vatican the next morning to receive a skip-the-line entrance ticket to the Vatican Museums. Marvel at masterpieces of art from the papal collection on a self-guided tour. Enter the miraculous Sistine Chapel to gaze at Michelangelo's frescoes at leisure.

Rome: Private Ancient Colosseum and Roman Forum Tour

6. Rome: Private Ancient Colosseum and Roman Forum Tour

Your Ancient Rome tour start at either your hotel (if close enough to the attraction), or an agreed and easy meeting spot. You will be met by your professional art-historian guide, who you will then continue to embark on your tour with. Your first stop will be Capitol Hill, the city hall square designed by Michelangelo where you will enjoy the view of the Roman Forum. Walking through the Forum, your guide will tell you how life was in ancient times. You can see the Senate House, the Temple of Saturn, the Temple of Julius Cesar, the Temple and the House of the Vestals, the Temple of Antonino Pio, the Arch of Septimio Severus, the Arch of Titus, the ancient basilicas and many other places. You will then arrive to one of the main attractions of the world, the Colosseum. This outstanding 1st-century amphitheater is where thousands of animals and gladiators performed their tragic shows. You will have preferential access, as you skip the lines to the entrance thanks to the pre-booked tickets included in the fee of the tour. During your visit, you will learn and understand how the Romans built this grandiose structure, and how they organized different kinds of shows.

Rome: Roman Forum, Palatine, and Circus Maximus Tour

7. Rome: Roman Forum, Palatine, and Circus Maximus Tour

Chart a course through the archaeological tribal beginnings of Rome and its evolution into one of the most powerful empires of all time. Start your journey by exploring one of the largest triumphal arches in Roman history: the Arch of Constantine the Great, before meandering through the sites of the Roman Forum. Walk the paths of the Roman citizens and emperors, and visit the hill where the legend of Romulus and Remus established the foundation of the city: Palatine Hill. Learn how it later became one of the most exclusive areas of Ancient Rome. Take a closer look at the archaeological ruins in the very heart of the empire. Hear about the Vestal Virgins and see their gardens and the pagan temple of the Goddess Vesta they served. Learn about the Basilica Julia and the penal system of Rome and it’s effects on Christianity. See the temple of Castor and Pollux and the Arch of Titus and learn about the sacking of Jerusalem. Later, discover the Senate House, where senators met to decide the fate of the Roman Republic and how that climaxed with the murder and cremation of Julius Caesar. Enjoy breathtaking views over the Colosseum and Circus Maximus and stay in the Roman Forums as long as you wish at the end of your official tour. During your booking, you may choose the option to extend your Ancient Rome experience by adding an extra 30-minute tour of the Circus Maximus, overseeing it from the scenic terrace of the Palatine Hill.

Ancient Rome And Vatican Museums Tour

8. Ancient Rome And Vatican Museums Tour

Experience the Vatican Museums to see one of the most magnificent art collections in the world and continue after lunch at the Rome of emperors, citizens, charioteers and gladiators on an afternoon tour of the Colosseum and Roman Forum. Start with the skip the line entrance to enter the Vatican Museum, housing the most important art collection in the world along 4 miles (7 kilometers) of galleries in more than 1,400 rooms. See statues, tapestries and historical maps, including Michelangelo’s ceiling in the Sistine Chapel and masterpieces by Botticelli, Ghirlandaio, Pinturicchio and Perugino. Then stop for lunch in a typical Italian restaurant. In the afternoon, start at the Colosseum, once able to seat up to 50,000 spectators. Begun in 72 A.D., the arena was finished 8 years later, providing the scene for wild entertainments between man and beast. Continue to the Arch of Constantine and Arch of Titus, and walk the Via Sacra from the Colosseum past some of the most important sites of the Roman Forum to Capitoline Hill. Explore the center of political life in Ancient Rome.

Rome: Kid-Friendly Skip-the-Line Colosseum and History Tour

9. Rome: Kid-Friendly Skip-the-Line Colosseum and History Tour

Enjoy the highlights of ancient Rome with a local expert guide for kids and families. The guide will take you by the hand through the footsteps of emperors and gladiators. You will visit amazing sites to play and learn about one of the most extraordinary places in the world, right in the center of the Roman Empire. Skip the long entrance lines to explore the Colosseum and hear fascinating stories about the fights that took place there. Feel like you’re going back 2000 years as you walk along Rome's original paved streets visiting temples, ancient courthouses, Palatine Hill, the Roman Forum, the altar of Julius Caesar, the Arch of Constantine, the Arch of Titus, and much more.

Rome: Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill Tour

10. Rome: Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill Tour

Experience Ancient Rome on a walking tour of the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. Start at the Arch of Constantine, and then skip the long lines to the Colosseum to explore the most famous arena of the Roman Republic. Learn about the grand spectacles and bloodthirsty shows of Ancient Rome Next, go to the Roman Forum to see the remains of the temples of the archaeological area. Hear how the site was once the center of all civic and political life in Rome. Continue to the Palatine Hill and get breathtaking views of the Roman Forum and Circus Maximus. Visit the House of the Vestals, Senate House, Capitol Palace and other temples of the area.

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The meeting point is easy to find and there are toilets in the tourist information centre for €1 . The tour started on time and we entered the Forum straight away. Giovanni spoke through a headset which was clear. He was very well informed and described the function of the Forum, the Temples, The Senate and many other monuments. He answered any questions we had really thoroughly. I would have found it useful to have a timeline of the different Emperor’s. We walked for 2 hours and you need to bring water; there are small water jets that you can fill your bottle up with. Also you could bring a snack as there are plenty of shady places to sit after the tour and enjoy the view. There are toilets at the top of the Palatine Hill and also in the museum church . I really enjoyed this tour!

I cannot recommend this experience enough, the guide was wondeful. She was an archeologist of the area and her expertise and knowledge shone through on the tour providing insight that heightens the experience all the more. The normally off-limits areas truly helped you understand the experience and history of the monument as you saw the cramped areas belonging to the gladiators and slaves to the arena they fought in and finally from the stands where you'd simply watch. The Forum and Palatine hill, seemingly just more ruins at first are the most important pieces of history in Rome. It is from there that Rome was built and formed and having the history explained truly let you understand the importance of the sight.

The tour was excellent and guide very engaging - great to get the atmosphere of the behind the scenes environment at the collesium. However, my audio equipment was temperamental and became a little annoying. Try yours before you set off as they have e replacements

highlighting and presenting interesting details during the tour, lots of storytelling about monuments and the Roman era

Excellent guide Romina, we really enjoyed the tour and they also gave it to us with sand :)