Tour the archaeological heart of Ancient Rome on a 3-hour walking tour, starting from the Colosseum and Arch of Constantine. Admire the buildings of the Roman Forum, and end with a stroll along Via dei Fori Imperiali on Capitoline Hill.
What to Expect
Travel back in time to the days of Imperial Rome on a private 3-hour walking tour of the main archaeological sites of the Eternal City.
Start at the Colosseum, the vast arena that was originally called the “Flavian Amphitheater.” A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1980, it was also among those sites selected for the new 7 Wonders of the World list in 2007. Observe the stands where spectators would sit to watch the gladiatorial shows and other public events.
Your guide will discuss sectors of the amphitheater and answer all your questions for a more customized service.
Continue to the Roman Forum, built in the valley that was once a swampy and inhospitable place until the miracles of Roman engineering built a city that would become the center of the civilized world. Explore the various periods of Roman history, from the Regio to the Republican, and imperial times to the modern day.
- Private guide
- Entrance tickets
What's Not Included
- Hotel pick-up (can be arranged by contacting the supplier directly)