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Rome: 2000 Years of History Guided Walking Tour

1. Rome: 2000 Years of History Guided Walking Tour

Get an insider’s view of Rome and experience the eternal city on a historical walking tour alongside a local professional guide. Admire the majestic Colosseum the largest ancient amphitheater ever built. See the Roman Forum which was at the center of day-to-day life in Rome as early as the 5th century BC. Walkthrough the bustling Spanish Steps and onto the famous Trevi Fountain, the largest Baroque fountain in the city and one of the most famous fountains in the world. Stop at the Piazza Colonna and the Italian Parliament Building. Your friendly local guide will tell you interesting facts and anecdotes about the city’s past and how Rome created the first republic in history. Visit the Pantheon, the most impressive and best-preserved ancient Roman building, which set the rules of modern architecture. Wander around charming little streets and be surprised by the amazing San Luigi de’ Francesi church where it is possible to see three spectacular Caravaggio masterpieces. Enjoy a much-needed espresso at the Senators’ preferred coffee shop next to the Senate building, before reaching Piazza Navona where the marvelous Fountain of the Four Rivers lies. Finally, reach the Piazza del Campidoglio designed by the renowned Michelangelo. Snap everlasting memories of this incredible city and its ancient architecture to share with your friends and family.

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Rome in a Day Small Group Tour with Vatican & Colosseum

2. Rome in a Day Small Group Tour with Vatican & Colosseum

Your full-day tour starts at the Colosseum, where you’ll bypass the long lines of tourists and enter the ancient world’s greatest sports arena without the wait. Hear harrowing tails of gladiators and martyrs that made the Coliseum famous and also about the political and social importance to ancient Romans.  Next you’ll head over to the Roman Forum to learn how it functioned as the beating heart of Rome’s all-encompassing empire. Instead of slogging through the crowds inside the Forum your guide will lead you directly to a stunning overlook. From there you can take in the entire Forum complex including the Senate House and the Temple of the Vestal Virgins. It will be easy to imagine how the Forum must have appeared 2,000 years ago as you hear stories of war, politics, economics, and religion that shaped the ancient city. No walk through ancient Rome would be complete without a visit to the Pantheon. This nearly 2,000-year-old building has the largest un-reinforced concrete dome in the world. As you view if from inside, you’ll hear the story of how it was built and why it has inspired so many other buildings, from St. Peter’s Basilica to the U.S. Capitol Building.  Jumping ahead in history, you’ll be treated to a delicious gelato as you stroll through streets made famous by films including Roman Holiday, stopping at the Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona for a few photo ops. After a break for lunch your local expert will accompany you in a taxi or bus to the Vatican, where you’ll also skip the long lines of people waiting to enter. Meet your Vatican expert here and delve into one of the world’s greatest collections of art.  This specially-curated Vatican tour highlights the best works in the vast collections to give you a broad understanding and appreciation of what you’re seeing. You’ll take in the sculpture galleries and the world-famous Laocoön Group as well. The tour ends as you’re left contemplating Michelangelo’s frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. From here you can choose between extending your stay in the Chapel and the Vatican Museums, or skip the lines once again and enter St. Peter’s Basilica directly from the Sistine Chapel. 

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Rome: Colosseum, Forum & Pantheon Tour for Kids with Gelato

3. Rome: Colosseum, Forum & Pantheon Tour for Kids with Gelato

Embark on a kid-friendly tour and visit the world's largest amphitheater – the Colosseum. Avoid the long lines and follow your guide to the priority access entrance of the magnificent arena. Following your stay at the Colosseum, visit the Arch of Constantines and the Roman Forum. Marvel at the ancient buildings and monuments of the former political, religious, and social hub of the Roman Empire. Walk up along the Sacred Way that brings you to the Capitoline Hill and the Vittoriano. After taking in fascinating views of the Eternal City, stroll down along the narrow alleys that will lead you to the Pantheon. See the tomb of the famous architect and painter Raphael and then, head to the Ancient Baths of Nero at the Piazza Navona. Admire Bernini's wonderful Fountain of the Four Rivers. Conclude the tour with a taste of original Gelato.

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What people are saying about Roman Forum

I went to Rome with my 7 year old daughter. I booked the Colosseum, Forum and Pantheon tour with ice cream for the two of us. Our guide was extremely helpful in involving my daughter on a treasure hunt in search of architectural details in the monuments. For a dad (who didn't know Rome so much) the presence of the guide facilitated a splendid moment of sharing with his daughter in the discovery of the monuments.

We did this city tour with Romina and there were only three of us. Romina, put a lot of effort into us and we learned a lot about the history of Rome, we were out for 4 hours and really saw a lot. We can only recommend this city tour, but above all we recommend Romina. Many Thanks

Our tour guide Francesco was fantastic - very knowledgeable and personable. Worked well with both children and adults, very fun and we learned so very much!

The tour itself showed amazing places in Rome. Additionally, we were a small group of 3 and the guide was phenomenal.

Very good guide with enormous knowledge and perfect English! Great experience!