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Short Description

Panoramic tour of the Eternal City, where you can visit and admire most of the beauties of “Ancient Rome” and “Baroque Rome”. The duration of the tour is 10 hours with scheduled departure from your hotel at 09.00 am . 

First Step

COLOSSEUM, the largest amphitheater in the world, a symbol of the Roman Empire, still an icon of Rome today, for its exceptional architecture, for the fame of the gladiators and the Roman games 

Tiket for Colosseum, Roman forum , Palatine hill 

Full € 16.00 Reduced € 2.00

Valid 24 hours, it allows only one entrance to the Colosseum (I and II order), without the arena floor, and only one entrance to the archaeological area of ​​the Roman Forum-Palatine, including current exhibitions.

PALATINE HILL,the archaeological park of the Colosseum, a journey through space and time, where it will be possible to admire the majesty of the buildings that occupied the hill between the age of the Flavian emperors and those of the Severian dynasty: the Severian arcades, the elevations of the Domus Flavia, the Domus Augustana, and the Paedagogium area. Continuing the walk, skirting the Circus Maximus, we will reach the southwestern slopes of the Palatine Hill, where Romulus founded the Eternal City and lived Augustus, first emperor of Rome. Continuing along the western side of the mountain, you can admire the Temple of Apollo, the sanctuary of the Magna Mater Cibele, the Domus Tiberiana up to the medieval church of San Teodoro. Finally, crossing the Horrea Agrippiana (the grain warehouses), the journey ends with the entrance to the Roman Forum after having covered the last stretch of the Vicus Tuscus.

ROMAN FORUM, center of public life for over a millennium, it was the political and civil heart of ancient Rome. Over the centuries various monuments were built: first the buildings for political, religious and commercial activities, followed by the various dynasties of emperors added prestigious monuments such as: the Temple of Vespasian and Titus, that of Antonino Pio and Faustina, dedicated to memory of the deified emperors, the monumental Arch of Septimius Severus to celebrate the victories of the emperor. The last monument built in the Forum was the Column erected in 608 AD. in honor of the Byzantine emperor Phocas. An open-air archaeological panorama, unique in the world.

VITTORIANO, gigantic white marble monument dedicated to the King of Italy Vittorio Emanuele II, also called Altare della Patria (visit outside).

PANTHEON, it is among the most famous monuments of the Roman Empire. It is the temple dedicated to the gods, which attracts visitors from all over the world for its magnificence, the majesty of the dome and for its particular architecture.

Second Step

Lunch break, so after a long walk in the heart of the Roman Empire, you can relax and enjoy Roman cuisine in a typical restaurant of the city.

Third Step

NAVONA SQUARE, the most beautiful baroque square in Rome where there are the Fountain of the Four Rivers, designed by Bernini in 1651, the Fontana del Moro and the Fountain of Neptune created by Giacomo della Porta.

ST. ANGEL CASTLE, it is perhaps one of the most representative and photographed monuments of the Eternal City. The large fortress overlooking the Tiber indeed offers truly superlative views of Rome. This imposing monument is also known as the Mausoleum of Hadrian or Cagliostra. In fact, over the centuries Castel Sant’Angelo has had many destinations, including that of prison.

ST. PETER’S SQUARE, one of the most beautiful and largest squares in the world, located at the foot of St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. Icon of the city of Rome, synthesis of the artistic and engineering genius of the Italian Renaissance and Baroque. The square was built, by order of Pope Alexander VII, between 1656 and 1667, based on a project by Bernini.

TREVI FOUNTAIN , the most beautiful fountain in the world ; 

PINCIO TERRACE, one of the most romantic and picturesque places in the capital, near the park of Villa Borghese, you can take a short aperitif break and admire Rome from above.

PEOPLE SQUARE, CORSO STREET AND SPANISH STEPS,  so at the end of the day you will be free to stroll through the streets of the center and go shopping in the most famous boutiques of Italian fashion before returning to the hotel;

Additional info

✓ Free 60 minutes extra time;
✓ Free cancellation until 12 hours before time pick-up;
✓ The price includes: highway toll , parking , wi-fi , water for customer and baby seat ( you can selection in extra options )

For your arrival at the airport, port or station , our driver will wait you outside the terminal with a sign, your name on it. You can call our emergency number at anytime.

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