Imperial Rome – Half Day Private Tour
This tour will take you back to the time of the emperors. Enjoy the Coliseum, the great present that the Flavians built for the population of Rome, the roman forum: symbols of the birth of western civilization and the Palatine, one of the seven hills on top of which rome was grounded by Romolus, that shows the magnificence of the emperor residence
Starting Time8:15 AM
Group SizeMax 7
Additional Pax60 €
Step back to the Ancient Times. A driver will pick-you up at your place and drive you back to one thousands years before Jesus Christ was born. Your private English speaking guide will wait for you at the Flavian Amphitheater renowned all over the World as the Coliseum and will guide you through legends and battles that took place in this magnificent masterpiece.
More than the description of the games of the gladiators you will be explained why the Coliseum is one of the seven wonders of the World, masterpiece of technology and engineering and landmark of the Eternal City.
After the visit of the Coliseum you will visit to the Roman Forum, the place where Western civilization was born. To reach the Forum you will walk on an original Roman road, the Via Sacra. “All the roads lead to Rome”.
You will enjoy triumphal arches, pagan basilicas, temples, aqueducts, and the Palatine Hill, one of the seven historical Hills, the one where archeologists say Rome was founded by Romolus and Remo April the 21st of the year 753 B.C. Right in the middle of the Forum you will visit the place where Giulio Cesare was cremated after he was killed by the Republicans.
Then you walk out from the Roman Forum, your guide will lead you to the Trajan market and then to the geographical heart of Rome: Venice Square where the view of the biggest monument in the World, the Vittoriano will overwhelm you. The private tour will end on top of the Capitoline Hill (another one of the seven historical hills) where you will enjoy a breathtaking view over the Roman Forum and some Michelangelo work of art as an architect.
- Palatine Hill
- The Roman Forum
- Trajan Market
- Capitoline Hill
- Venice Square
- VIP tickets to skip the line for Coliseum, Palatine Hill and The Roman Forum
- Private English speaking guide
- Private luxury transportation at disposal
Coliseum, Palatine Hill and The Roman Forum are closed the first of January and the 25th of December
Pick-up from your Hotel or by your ship and Transfer to the Coliseum
Drive back to your Hotel or to your ship
Note (*) : All times may be subject to change without prior notice due to causes beyond our control.
Colosseum, Piazza del Colosseo, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy
Palatine Hill, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy
The Roman Forum
Roman Forum, Via della Salara Vecchia, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy
Is there a dress code to enter the Roman Forum?
Toga! ☺ …. Not actually, just wear confortable shoes
Where is Julius Caesar buried?
He was cremated in the Forum
Where is Romolus, the first king of Rome buried?
Romolus is a mythological figure so he is not buried anywhere…. But recent studies says the contrary…. News to follow!!!
Where many Christians martired inside the Coliseum?
Yes, but not by the Emperor Nero
Do you have any question?