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Guided Tour of the Colosseum Only

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26 September 2022

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Save precious time with our skip-the-line tickets and visit some of Rome’s most popular attractions: Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill.

Your visit to the Colosseum, famous all over the world for being the symbol of Rome, will be led by a professional guide who will escort you in your chosen language (English, Spanish, French, German) through the bloody past of the Flavius Amphitheatre, which was the scene of ferocious fights and representations of sea battles and brutal executions. Your tour of the Colosseum will take about an hour and it will include the two main levels of the building; you can imagine what the amphitheater was like when its bleachers were occupied by a bloodthirsty crowd, waiting for gladiators and wild beasts to fight for their life.

An ancient city, the Roman Forum, tells you fascinating anecdotes: from the murder of Julius Caesar to details of everyday life in ancient Rome. You will see where the body of Julius Caesar was cremated, the Arch of Titus, the Temple of the Vestal Virgins, the Senate and the Ancient Market. You will walk along the Via Sacra, where the parades of Triumph took place.

Finally, you will go to Palatine Hill, the centremost of the Seven Hills and one of the most ancient parts of the city, where, according to the legend Romulus founded Rome in 753 a.C. after killing his brother Remus. It later became the settlement of the most important houses of emperors. There you will see the remains of the hut of Romulus, the house of Augustus, the private hippodrome of Domitian and much more


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