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Rome: Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Guided Day Tour

1. Rome: Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Guided Day Tour

Enjoy an unforgettable tour of three of the most historically significant sites in Rome. Learn about the Roman Empire and see the physical reminders of its legacy at the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill on this guided walking tour. Take the chance to explore about Rome's history and legacy while visiting the Eternal City. Begin the tour by visiting the famous Roman Colosseum, the site where ancient Romans would gather to watch spectacles including gladiator fights. See the site that is one of the New 7 Wonders of the world. Admire the architecture of the Colosseum, which has stood for nearly two thousand years, and choose between options to enter the arena or admire from the outside. Move on to the Roman Forum, the former heart of all civic life in the city of Rome. Walk through the place where Roman citizens traded, did politics, sought justice, worshipped the Gods, and socialized. Let your guide show help you identify the ruins and understand the importance of of buildings within the ruins like the Roman Curia, Arches of Septimus and Titus, the Temple of Julius Caesar, and more. Stop at Palatine Hill last, and explore the ruins of a former imperial residence. Enter the Palatine museum and learn about the lives and essence of the ancient inhabitants of Rome through the interesting artifacts and archaeological pieces housed in the museum to finish the tour.

Rome: Roman Forum, Palatine, and Circus Maximus Tour

2. Rome: Roman Forum, Palatine, and Circus Maximus Tour

Chart a course through the archaeological tribal beginnings of Rome and its evolution into one of the most powerful empires of all time. Start your journey by exploring one of the largest triumphal arches in Roman history: the Arch of Constantine the Great, before meandering through the sites of the Roman Forum. Walk the paths of the Roman citizens and emperors, and visit the hill where the legend of Romulus and Remus established the foundation of the city: Palatine Hill. Learn how it later became one of the most exclusive areas of Ancient Rome. Take a closer look at the archaeological ruins in the very heart of the empire. Hear about the Vestal Virgins and see their gardens and the pagan temple of the Goddess Vesta they served. Learn about the Basilica Julia and the penal system of Rome and it’s effects on Christianity. See the temple of Castor and Pollux and the Arch of Titus and learn about the sacking of Jerusalem. Later, discover the Senate House, where senators met to decide the fate of the Roman Republic and how that climaxed with the murder and cremation of Julius Caesar. Enjoy breathtaking views over the Colosseum and Circus Maximus and stay in the Roman Forums as long as you wish at the end of your official tour. During your booking, you may choose the option to extend your Ancient Rome experience by adding an extra 30-minute tour of the Circus Maximus, overseeing it from the scenic terrace of the Palatine Hill.

The Roman Forum: An Immersive Self-Guided Audio Tour

3. The Roman Forum: An Immersive Self-Guided Audio Tour

Please Note: Entry into the Forum is not included in the price of this audio tour. You'll need to purchase entry tickets separately, and it's best to do this ahead of time to avoid disappointment. The Roman Forum is a treasure chest filled with history. Long a gathering place for the Roman tribes, the forum evolved with the city to become its seat of government. This process started 2700 years ago and continued for over a millennium. Through the ups and downs of all these years, buildings were destroyed and replaced, turning the forum into a temporally eclectic museum, where artefacts from prehistory are found beside Renaissance palaces. Join writer and historian Michael Anderson in imagining the passage of time here, where Caesar was assassinated and Cicero made speeches that echo through to the present. He'll connect you to the successes and failures of Rome, which is also a way of connecting with the with the civilizations that have inherited its culture.

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What people are saying about Temple of Caesar

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 48 reviews

Our guide, Barbara, was excellent! He explains everything with a wealth of detail and the time needed to calmly visualize each place, take your photos and understand the context behind each monument. I highly recommend! Remember to look for Amigo Tours at the scheduled time.

My sister and myself were very happy that the German Group did not have so many people within the group compared to the english Groups. This way I was able to hear the guide as I have problems to hear properly. Additionally, I could admire the things he takkes about.

Please show the sign of the orange umbrella in advance on the ticket, which can help visitors find the group earlier. I spent a lot of time to look for the tour guide.

The guide Arturo was able to impart a lot of knowledge to me and always had comprehensive answers to my questions. His easygoing nature made the tour relaxed.

We booked and met at the meeting place to be advised we were the 9n of ones on the tour. So effectively had 1 guide to 2 people. No need for headsets…