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Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Guided tour

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Duration: 3 hours
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Experience Highlights

Rome. A city unlike any other, an almost infinite feast for the senses. And this three hour skip-the-lines guided tour is the perfect way to experience the ancient past of what was once the greatest empire on earth. You’ll be introduced to the three most iconic and important symbols of Rome’s past majesty and hubris: The Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill. Each carries remarkable stories of power, politics, and excess. You will get to stand on the floor of the Colosseum, imagining the roar of the crowd, the clash of steel blades, and the wave of the emperor’s hand as he decides to let a bloodied combatant live or die. You will get to explore the Roman Forum, once the commercial and communal epicenter of Rome. Considered by many to be the heart of the ancient city, the Forum was once the largest meeting place in the world. And then you are off to Palatine Hill, one of the seven hills of Rome, and the place where Rome was originally founded in 753 BC.. Palatine Hill became the place where the Roman rich and famous lived large, building fabulous palaces and architectural monuments to the gods. 

What’s included

  • This ticket includes a guided tour of the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
  • Skip-the-line access
  • Entrance fees included

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Step by Step

Your guide will guide you every step of the way, while leaving you ample time to explore and take photos. He or she will narrate events as they happened, giving you a real sense of what life was like in ancient Rome. You’ll start the three hour tour at the Coliseum, move on to the Roman Forum where  legendary monuments such as the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, one of the longest-lived temples in the city, await you. You will pass numerous historic triumphal arches, such as the Arch of Septimius Severus, where the great victories of the imperial battles were celebrated in 203 BC. And then you will head to Palatine Hill, the birthplace of this incredible city and once empire. 


· 14948 Reviews
  • S
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    Very good, recommended to be accompanied
  • G
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    Very nice walk among the ruins of the Roman forum. An ideal place to understand more about the history of Rome.
  • J
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    It was a very precious moment to visit the coliseum with my son, I took one of the most beautiful experiences of my life to see him enjoy as much as I did this beautiful place full of history.
  • P
    (0 Reviews)
    A highly recommended walk
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