Colosseum Tours: Discover the most important monuments of Rome, in a complete tour on foot to discover the imperial city and the Baroque and Renaissance squares, fountains and statues of the old town.
20 participants maximum
Visit inside the Colosseum, built in the valley between the Palatine hills, Esquilino and Celio. Despite the damage to fires, earthquakes and looting, it has survived the centuries and remains the most imposing monument of the Roman Empire.
Continue visiting the mall, religious, political and legal context of the Roman Republic Roman Forum. Here, a licensed guide will give a comprehensive introduction to Tabularium, Temple of Concordia, the Temple of Saturn and Vesta, and the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina.
Continue until the Trevi Fountain. According to legend, if you throw a coin into the water, you have to make a wish, if you will one day return to Rome. Admire the baroque ornamentation of Nicola Salvi of sea horses and shells.
Pass the Pantheon, the magnificent temple that honors all the Olympians. Erected by Marcus Vespasian Agrippa in 27 BC, the stunning interior features the largest dome ever built in concrete, drawing the eye to the opening at the top that is designed to allow light to fall evenly in the temple.
You end up visiting the Stadium of Domitian in Piazza Navona. Previously used for athletic games, along with music and poetry, the vast site is a great testimony to the efforts of the Roman Empire in the sport and the arts, as well as the achievements of the Renaissance and Baroque artists and architects that followed.
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The tour includes:
The tour does not include:
entrance ticket (14 € Adult, Young € 9.50, children € 2)
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Tour meeting point
Arco di Costantino, Via di San Gregorio, 00186 Roma, Italia
nearest the Palatin Hill