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Colosseum and roman Forum tour

Ancient Rome will call to you through its imposing ruins, disconnected from the Colosseum to the Capitol Hill, that nonetheless still give you an idea of Rome's greatness. We will begin our guided tour from the Forum and Trajan's Markets, then continue on to Caesar's Forum and the Capitol Hill, ending with a walk down the Holy Road to the Roman Forum, the political, social and administrative center of ancient Rome up until the fall of the Empire. We will visit all the main Temples, such as the Vestal Temple, the Temple of the Dioscuri, Caesar's Temple. We will see the Triumphal Archs built by Septimius Severus and Titus, the Roman Curia that housed the Senate, and the Basilica of Maxentius on the Velia hill. Finally the Colosseum and the triumphal Arch dedicated to Constantine. We will tell you about every day life in ancient Rome, the battles between the gladiators and the hustle and bustle of the Holy Road... and let's not forget Romulus and Remus.

The visit include : Colosseum, Trajan's Column, Roman Forum, Vestal Temple, Roman Curia, Holy Road, Maxentius' Basilica, Titus' Arch. Guided visits are available every day. Entrance fares are not included in the price of the visit. Entrance to the Coliseum and the Palatine Hill costs 12,00 euro per person.

Other ancient Rome  Tours
From the Velabro to Circus Maximus
Underground Rome
Baths of Caracalla and Via Appia Antica

 

CONTACT   Paola.bargigli@alice.it       0039/3358418486


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