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The Tour of the Ancient Rome
An introduction walking tour into the epics of Ancient Rome through her main buildings and oldest sites.
Skip the lines and visit with us the Colosseum, Arch of Constantine, Roman forum, Palatine, Circus Maximus, Capitol hill and view on the forums.
This itinerary is an amazing journey into ancient Rome’s early days and ultimate splendors.

We’ll start our walking tour visiting what once was the grandest stage for gladiators fights, the Colosseum and now the most known roman building in the world.

Steps away the 3 arcaded arch of triumph dedicated to Constantine opens our way into the a large archeological site including: the Palatine hill, the cradle of Rome in the 8th century BC to become later the residence of the Roman emperors and the view of Circus Maximus, the largest chariot races hippodrome in the world. Continuing our tour we enter now the Roman forum passing by the Arch of Titus and along the Via Sacra where winning emperors paraded into the old city.

The Roman forum is the true heart of ancient Rome. The very first public area where all preeminent buildings stood both related to ancient cults and public life. Still standing are the Senate and the two temples of Romulus – and – Antonino and Faustina while of those in ruins the Temple of Vesta and the Basilicas are the most important.

Our tour ends on top of Capitol Hill the most sacred area of the ancient city transformed by Michelangelo in a perfect example of Renaissance square. Before leaving this area we’ll enjoy a breathtaking view of all of the Roman forum and Palatine hill from the back side of Rome’s city hall.
Length: 4 hours

Note: This is a walking tour. You'll avoid all lines at the entrance when booking this tour with us. Visitors with walking disabilities or on wheelchairs: it will be possible to access and visit the Colosseum and a section of the Roman Forum, but no access to the Palatine hill.