What's not included:
- Skip-the-Line Entrance to the Colosseum, the Palatine hill and the Roman Forum
- Guided Tour
- Booking and Handling fee
- Guest relations Assistance
What to remember:
- Entrance to the Colosseum's underground
- Transfer from/to hotel
under 18 must bring a valid ID
is not permitted to enter the Colosseum with trolleys, large suitcases and
backpacks, umbrellas with a spike tip, kick scooters, glass bottles, knives,
scissors, any tools that could be harmful to other people or damage works of
The Colosseum will
take you to an ancient world: the gladiator's. From here you will
enter in Rome's heart as 2000 years ago, with the archeological
ruins of its buildings and temples.
Your tour will start with a delicious panoramic breakfast, where while eating cappuccino and cornetto in a relaxing location you can enjoy a fabulous colosseum view. Today
we will find out about the Colosseum, also
known as the world’s biggest amphitheater. UNESCO has added it to the list of the “World Heritage”: its construction started in
72 A.C. and ended 8 years later.
contain between 50 and 75 thousand spectators, and was used until 523
guide will tell you about the different techniques used to build it
and will introduce you to the Gladiators' world, the famous
fighters who used to duel in the arena: it appears that this type of
fighting started in ancient Greece in order to celebrate private
memorial services and the Romans transformed them in acclaimed public
shows. The Colosseum day type was split in three sections: fights
between men and animals in the morning, execution of criminals at
lunch time, gladiator fights in the afternoon.
tour will go on through every details: from the organization to the
social and economical aspects. In particular they will introduce you
all types of gladiators: they used to be around 30 types and each one
of them used the roman emperor’s military fighting techniques.
is Palazzo dei Cesari, on the Palatine Hill.
This is where the word “Palatium” (building) comes from. You will
be taken to see the ruins of the Domus Augustana and then the
paintings of Nero's first palace: the only ones that were saved
after the arson that took place in 64 A.C.
ends with a visit to the Roman Forum, originally a necropolis, later transformed in the heart of Rome
with temples, cathedrals, the Popes' Curia and
Our team is ready to answer all your questions, from monday to saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (gmt+1)
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