Rome, one of the brightest crown jewels of Italy, is steeped in rich history and offers outstanding sightseeing opportunities throughout. Perhaps best known for its iconic Colosseum, Rome is full of historic architectural marvels and during this tour you will enjoy visits to Rome's most famous ancient monuments and more. Skip the general entrance line and take in the majesty of the Colosseum as you explore the different levels of this historic structure with your expert local guide. Next stop is the Roman Forum with a plethora of ancient ruins featuring columns, temples, and arches. Afterwards, enjoy brief stops at the renowned Trevi Fountain, the stunning Pantheon, and Piazza Navona, one of the most beautiful squares in Italy. Get ready to explore the best of Ancient Rome!
Length: 3 hours
Departure time: from Monday to Saturday at 2pm and on Sunday at 10am
Meeting point: in the historical center to be advised at the moment of reservation
Tour Highlights: Colosseum (visit inside skipping the line) - Roman Forum (visit inside) - Capitoline hill - Trevi Fountain - Pantheon and Piazza Navona. Available in the following languages: English. Price includes: English speaking guide, Local taxes and Service Charges.
Notes: The tour DOES NOT INCLUDE the 15 euro Colosseum and Roman Forum entrance fees per person, to be paid to the tour guide at the beginning of the tour in cash. During low season the itinerary will be reversed starting from the Pantheon.
Become a Citizen of Imperial Rome! Our three hour guided tour will take you to the most famous sites of Rome, including the Colosseum (interior visit skipping the line), the Roman Forum, the Capitoline Hill, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona and the Pantheon. The professional and licensed guides will illuminate the city with amusing and interesting stories of the art, politics and history of Rome, bringing the city to life in an interesting manner. The enthusiasm of your guide will transport you to Ancient and Old Rome. Who will you become? A gladiator, emperor, slave, merchant, goddess or senator?