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Colosseum Zone


Our favourites tours in the Colosseum Zone.

Further information about these tours:

  • English, Italian, Spanish, French, Arabic, Portuguese, Korean, Russian and German languages

  • Solo Traveller and all age groups (included: family with kids&teen;

          senior disabled, students and couple travellers).

  • Group Size: private max 10 people and small group max 20 people

  • Tours by: Foot. On request: horse-drawn carriage; private transportation

Rome Map

Colosseum Zone Map

Rome's icons: Colosseum, Roman and Imperial Forum

  • 3 hours with our local tour guides.

  • From € 250 for 1 to 4 people. Kids up to 5 years old are free. Attractions tickets are not included.

  • Highlights of this tour: Colosseum, Capitoline Hill, Piazza Venezia, Altare della Patria, Roman and Imperial Forum with panoramic view.

  • Timetable: 5.30pm last admission

Colosseum and Ancient Rome: moonlight walking tour

The mountain of white

marble in Piazza Venezia

  • 2 hours with our local tour guides.

  • € 200 for 1 to 4 people. Kids up to 5 years old are free. Attractions tickets are not included.

  • Highlights of this tour: Piazza Venezia, Altare della Patria, Museo Nazionale di Palazzo Venezia and panoramic view.

 

  • Timetable: the recommended (but customizable) departure time is 6pm.

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  • 3 hours tour with an expert local guide.

  • € 205 from 1 to 4 people. Kids up to 5 years old are free. Attractions tickets are not included. (This is an external visit of the ancient sites therefore entrance tickets are not needed).

  • Highlights of this tour: Colosseum, Capitoline Hill, Piazza Venezia, Altare della Patria, Roman and Imperial Forum with panoramic view.

Superb Neo-Renaissance Villa and Roman Bath: Palazzo Massimo

and Baths of Diocletian

  • 3 hours with our local tour guides.

  • From € 250 for 1 to 4 people. Kids up to 5 years old are free. Attractions tickets are not included.

  • Highlights of this tour: Palazzo Massimo and Baths of Diocletian (which belong to The National Roman Museum); Santa Maria degli Angeli and Piazza della Repubblica.

  • Timetable: 5.30 pm (last admission) – Monday closed

Capitoline Hill:

the political heart

of the Eternal City

  • 2 hours with our local tour guides.

  • From € 190 for 1 to 4 people. Kids up to 5 years old are free. Attractions tickets are not included.

  • Highlights of this tour: Capitoline Hill, Rome City Hall, Capitoline Museum (collection of classical sculpture and the picture gallery sheltering Tintoretto, Rubens and Caravaggio masterpieces), Piazza del Campidoglio designed by Michelangelo; equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius and panoramic view.

  • Timetable: 5.30 pm (last admission)

  • 3 hours with our local tour guides.

  • From € 250 for 1 to 4 people. Kids up to 5 years old are free. (This is an external visit therefore entrance tickets are not needed).

  • Highlights of this tour: Colosseum, Capitoline Hill, Piazza Venezia, Altare della Patria, Roman and Imperial Forum with panoramic view.

  • Timetable: The recommended departure time is 4pm. This tour is also available during the day.

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  • You can combine these tours with a Foodie tours.
    This includes a Road-Food-Stops that could be: coffees; pizza+gelato; aperitif and restaurant dinner (at the end of tour). Tour duration will be 1 hour extra.

 

  • For families, we're providing the Kids Friendly Tour is designed to suit the needs of children from 6 years up. The tours become a Children's learning and fun experience. Kids and Parents can enjoy educational content together.

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Explore Colosseum Zone

Colosseum Zone


Plunge into the Ancient Roman atmosphere,

let yourself be charmed by the thousand stories of our guides.

we will overwhelm you

This tours is a journey into the past, a heady mix of haunting ruins and ancient icons such as the Rome’s great gladiatorial arena: Colosseum; the grandiose district of temples, basilicas and public spaces where the Roman Empire began just as Roman Forum and Imperial Forum.

No amount of travel books before the trip can prepare to this exhilarating spectacle as well as no previous trip experience, no cities can rival this Rome's astonishing heritage. You cannot miss the night tours in this magic area.

Lording it over the skyline, there is one of the legendary seven hills on which Rome was founded: Capitoline Hill which is now seat of the Capitoline Museums - the world's oldest public museums. The museum houses a collection of classical sculpture is one of Italy's finest and there's also a formidable picture gallery with masterpieces by the likes of Titian, Tintoretto, Rubens and Caravaggio. Besides the museum there’s also a square, which is a significant urban plan, designed by Michelangelo. To finish in style, amazing view over the Roman Forum down to the Colosseum is waiting for you.

At the foot of this hill that is so steeped in history rises an area equally interesting that especially since it testify to the historical role as seat of the The National Fascist Party created by Benito Mussolini such as Palazzo Venezia, Piazza Venezia and The Altare della Patria (aka the Altar of the Homeland, Altar of the Fatherland, the Vittoriano).

However this is only one part of the long story of this places that it started as far back as the Middle Ages. More precisely, this building was built in the 1469s, before the discovery of America. Today Palazzo Venezia houses a museum and it is a charming location for concerts and various shows throughout the year. Do not make the mistake of underrating this original off-the-beaten-track tour; it takes your breath away.

Last but not least, a tour which provides an astonishing and a fascinating insight into Roman life: Palazzo Massimo and The Baths of Diocletian - are two of four complexes that collectively make up the Museo Nazionale Romano. The Baths of Diocletian were Rome's largest public bath able to accommodate about 3000 people while Palazzo Massimo is a superb Neo-Renaissance palace and was built above a part of the ruins of The Baths of Diocletian.

It's houses one of Rome's great and fascinating museum, unknown to the mass. Particularly breathtaking are the Romans floor mosaics as well as the frescoes and the statues from Villa Livia - a homes of Augustus' wife Livia - and Villa Giulia - the residence to which the Emperor Augustus confined his daughter. There's also jewellery, coin collection, memorial inscriptions, the disturbing remains of a mummified eight-year-old girl and contains findings from pre-historic times. While you are walking in the museum, you can see extraordinary glimpses of the original appearance of this place included baths, libraries, concert halls as well as gardens. Discover of these truly unique places for an unforgettable experience.

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