Take the opportunity to visit inside the Colosseum, also known as Flavian Amphitheater. The largest amphitheater ever built, it was used for public spectacles (animal hunts, executions, dramas) and gladiatorial contests until the Medieval era.
Then walk along the Via Sacra, surrounded by the Roman Forum, discovering the heart of the commercial and political Ancient Rome. It is located in the small valley between the Palatine and Capitoline Hills, made of architectural fragments and intermittent excavations.
This three-hour, skip-the-line walking tour is offered daily and covers the archeological area, including the Colosseum (interior visit) and the Roman Forum (interior visit). The guide will bring you inside the world’s largest amphitheater, explaining its structure and giving you a sense of the real life and times of ancient Rome with enthusiasm and humor.
Private tour option:
A professional and reliable guide leads you through the Colosseum and the Roman Forum on a three-hour walking tour. During this private tour, the guide will dedicate the entire visit to answering your curiosities and questions, as if you were walking along the antiquities of Rome with an old friend.
Semi-private tour option:
Discover all of the main archaeological secrets of the heart of the Eternal City in a reduced group of people. In this three-hour walking tour, the guide will give you a great amount of attention so that you can learn as much as possible in a short time.
Group tour option:
Immerse yourself in the ancient history of Rome. This three-hour walking tour will consist of a group of 9 to 30 people, which will save you money while still giving you the opportunity to dive deep into the heart of ancient Rome.
Languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Chinese, Arabic (on request), Hebrew (on request)
Includes: Pick-up at the hotel, transportation, skip-the-line access, tour guide