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Rome: Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill Entry Tickets

1. Rome: Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill Entry Tickets

Marvel at the remains of some of the greatest monuments of the Roman Republic with an entry ticket to the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill. Skip the long ticket line at the Colosseum and go straight to the fast track entrance for security checks. After entering the Colosseum at your allotted time, relive the stories of emperors and gladiators. Begun under the emperor Vespasian in 72 AD, and completed by his son Titus in 80 AD, the Colosseum was the largest amphitheater ever built. Imagine the ferocious fights between man and beast, as you stand in the elliptical arena, comprised of 4 levels, and once able to seat up to 73,000 spectators. Your ticket also includes one entry to the Palatine Hill and Roman Forum, must-see sights for all those visiting the “Eternal City.” According to ancient tradition, this is the spot where Rome was born. Look down at the ruins of temples in the Imperial Forum, the center of all political, social, and economic life in the city during the Roman Republic. Experience the most ancient parts of Rome from the most significant of its “Seven Hills.”

Rome: Capuchin Crypts Skip-the-Line Ticket and Guided Tour

2. Rome: Capuchin Crypts Skip-the-Line Ticket and Guided Tour

Explore the Capuchin Crypt in Rome using a skip-the-line entry ticket on this walking tour. Follow a guide through the underground chambers containing the bones of some 4,000 people amassed over 5 centuries. Start your visit at the Capuchin Museums to learn about the place's culture and spirituality. Continue towards the Crypt of the Three Skeletons, the only area where the human skeleton can be seen in its unadorned entirety. Next, visit the Crypt of the Leg Bones and Thigh Bones. Admire the Crypt of Pelvises, which contains 2 Capuchins serenely reclining in an arched position. Look at the crosses on the ground, which mark the graves of the 7 Capuchins. Stroll through the Crypt of the Skulls and check out its famous hourglass. Learn about how, when the Capuchins left their old friary near the Trevi Fountain, they decided to transfer the bones of friars who had been buried under the Church of Saint Bonaventure. In accordance with Capuchin law, which did not allow burials to take place within the churches, an underground cemetery was designed. Here, they deposited the bones brought from the old friary. Since then, the crypt has been the burial place of the Capuchins.

Saint Peter's Basilica Official Audioguide

3. Saint Peter's Basilica Official Audioguide

Explore St. Peter's Basilica, one of Rome's most famous and magnificent sites with an official audio guide. Marvel at the iconic masterpieces of the church while hearing about Roman history.  St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican is the primary temple of Christianity and is built in the Renaissance style, with a central dome dominating the skyline of Rome. As you enter the church, you will see that its interior is much bigger than those of any other cathedral. Using an official audio guide of the Basilica, you can start your visit at any point of the church, without having to follow the order dictated by the presence of a guide. The audio guide is available through an app on your phone, which you can download to your smartphone ahead of your visit. Or, if you prefer to use a traditional audio guide, you can request one by showing your booking voucher at the reception desk located in the atrium of the Basilica. You can decide, for example, to begin with, the heart of the Basilica, beneath the high altar and the Bernini's Baldachin, where you will discover the “Confession” or “Chapel of the Confession”, in reference to the confession of faith by St. Peter, which led to his martyrdom and burial place. You may choose to end with "La Pietà", the masterpiece of Michelangelo Buonarroti, or with the St. Peter's bronze statue (so worshipped by all the pilgrims visiting over the centuries).

Rome: Pantheon Self-Guided Audio Tour Application

4. Rome: Pantheon Self-Guided Audio Tour Application

Enjoy an audio smartphone app with historical information about the Pantheon in Rome to make the most of your visit to the Pantheon. Download an informative audio guide to explore one of Rome’s most famous sites. Explore the Pantheon in Rome, originally built in 27 BCE, when it served as a temple dedicated to all the Gods of Ancient Rome; of the past, present and future. Learn about its history, like how in 609 CE, the Pantheon was converted into a Christian Church. Experience the Pantheon, the most ancient example of a pagan temple converted into a Christian church to survive into the modern day, almost entirely its original design, and enjoy information and facts from an audio app as you explore. Discover the legends and myths about the Pantheon, the history behind its Oculus, the eminent Tombs, and much more. Hear fascinating stories about the Pantheon's Dome and its Archaeoastronomical Story, the interior, and the pavement.

Rome: Castel Sant’ Angelo Skip-the-Line Ticket & Audio Guide

5. Rome: Castel Sant’ Angelo Skip-the-Line Ticket & Audio Guide

Experience the Mausoleum of Hadrian at Castel Sant’ Angelo with this skip-the-line admission ticket. Explore the mausoleum at your own pace and enjoy a captivating self-guided audio tour on your smartphone. Receive your ticket by email and download the app and audio tour onto your phone, prior to your visit. Head to Castel Sant’ Angelo and step back in time as you put in your headphones. Relive the glory of Emperor Hadrian’s cylindrical mausoleum. Gaze upon the frescos that line the Sala Paolina room. Discover uncommon anecdotes from ancient times and historical information with your audio guide that has been put together from in-depth research.

Rome: Baths of Caracalla Entrance Ticket and Pemcards

6. Rome: Baths of Caracalla Entrance Ticket and Pemcards

Explore the remains of the second largest public baths of Ancient Rome with an entrance ticket to the Baths of Caracalla. Travel back to the days of the Roman Republic and learn the history of the thermal baths built in 216 AD during the reigns of the emperors Septimius Severus and his son Caracalla. Explore at your own pace and see the ruins of notable buildings used by the Romans during the thermae experience, including the cold water frigidarium, the hot water plunge pool of the caldarium, and the tepidarium, warmed by underfloor heating.

Rome: Pantheon Audio Guide Tour

7. Rome: Pantheon Audio Guide Tour

Make your way to the Pantheon to explore the best-preserved monument of ancient Rome. Collect your audio guide at the desk inside the Pantheon to begin learning about its fascinating history. Make use of 15 listening points and a map to locate points of interest inside the basilica. Learn the history of the building and how it later came to be used a church and a mausoleum. The Pantheon, built between 25 and 27 B.C., is the only ancient Roman building that has remained nearly intact through the centuries. Dedicated to all the gods of Pagan Rome, the temple was built by the Emperor Hadrian on the site of an earlier temple commissioned by Marcus Agrippa during the reign of Augustus. Classified as a temple, the original use of the Pantheon and how people worshipped there is unknown as the structure is different from other traditional Roman temples, such as the Roman Forum.

Vatican: Papal Audience and St. Peter's Basilica Guided Tour

8. Vatican: Papal Audience and St. Peter's Basilica Guided Tour

See the Pope himself during the papal audience ceremony and enjoy a guided tour of St. Peter's Basilica. Arrive at the meeting point and meet the staff. The staff will inform you about the Audience (free entrance) and your St. Peter's Basilica guided tour. Then watch the Pope make his way to the stage and join the weekly gathering which includes prayers, blessings, and a homily. After the audience, enjoy a guided tour of the iconic Basilica of St. Peter. As you tour the Renaissance-style church, with its famous dome and unrivaled architecture, see masterpieces like Michelangelo's Pietà and Bernini's Baldacchino. To get a complete experience, select the option with the Vatican Gardens and enjoy insightful commentary on an open bus.

Rome: 4-Hour Food Tour by Night

9. Rome: 4-Hour Food Tour by Night

Take a guided evening walk through Rome´s foodie neighborhoods and try some of the best food, wine, and local products the city has to offer. Enjoy 20 different delicious food tastings. Start your tour with an aperitivo at La Nicchia Cafè, a water buffalo specialty shop. Taste a variety of the finest Italian cheese and cured meats. Sample fresh mozzarella di bufala, truffle cheese, DOP pesto, tomatoes, and artichokes, accompanied by a glass of white wine. After your aperitivo you’ll head to Pizzarium, Rome’s number 1 pizzeria. Taste a selection of the most creative and delicious pizzas by Gabriele Bonci. Prepare for laughter and fun when you arrive at the legendary Paciotti gourmet food shop. Meet the larger-than-life Stefano Paciotti and sample outstanding Italian cheeses, prosciuttos, and salamis, accompanied by fine wine. Find rare truffles, 25-year-aged balsamic vinegar, and other treats as well. Savor handmade Roman pasta, accompanied by wine, at an authentic restaurant that’s frequented by locals. Finish off your tasting tour with a piece of homemade tiramisu.

Pantheon: Tour

10. Pantheon: Tour

Join a guided tour of the Pantheon and explore the history of the best-preserved monument from Ancient Rome. Founded in 25 BC as a temple to the 12 gods, the building went on to inspire one of the greatest artists of the Renaissance, Raphael. Walk in through the Corinthian columns brought all the way from Egypt, and step on the ancient original marble floor of the temple. Your guide will let you in on the engineering secrets that made this monument the only one of its size and age to have survived in tact from Roman times. Admire the beauty of its proportions as Michelangelo did when he first saw this architectural jewel, and discover the pagan rational behind them. Learn how the remains of many martyrs were removed from the Christian catacombs and placed in the Pantheon on the orders of Pope Boniface IV In 608. Marvel at the immense dome with a diameter of 43 meters, and its famous oculus that allows natural light to illuminate the beautiful interior.

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Very enjoyable 1 hr evening concert! Well known classical music pieces composed by Italian composers Puccini, Verdi, Vivaldi, Mascagni, Boccherini... Elegant, historical venue (St Catherina of Siena lived in this place, the Chapel is in the foyer) close to the Pantheon in Rome. We loved the performance of a string quartet, soprano and tenor soloists!

Our driver communicated with us prior to departure to confirm our flight and was waiting for us when we landed . Newer model, clean Mercedes’ van for just us was nice after a 10 hour flight . Made good time to our hotel and helped out with the luggage . Overall much appreciated the communication and smooth ride.

Late October was still quite busy but not so crowded as in the summer. The whole experience was great. We weren’t on a tour so could move at our own pace. We were fortunate to have perfect weather for wandering around these outside sites.

James hat uns sehr lebendig in die Geschichte mitgenommen. Die kleine Gruppe war sehr nett. Auf Fragen wurde immer eingegangen.

plan the tour with time, or will not see everything