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Colosseum: Tour with Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

1. Colosseum: Tour with Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

Explore the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill with a guided tour of all 3 attractions. Learn all about the biggest amphitheater in the Roman Empire, everyday Roman life, and the founding site of the city. After skipping the ticket line, explore the Colosseum as your guide shares its history with your group. See the arena floor from the stands, and imagine the battle scenes with gladiators and wild animals below. Next, visit the Roman Forum to see where the center of Roman social, political, and religious life took place. Home to the old marketplace and Temple of Julius Caesar, it was a grand site at the heart of Roman life. Head up Palatine Hill next, the rumored birthplace of Rome and middle of the 7 hills. Enjoy panoramic views over the city from here, including unforgettable views of the Colosseum and Roman Forum themselves. Travel along the Via Sacra, the road connecting all 3 sites, as your guide paints a picture of Roman life for your group.

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Rome: Hop-on, Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Tour

2. Rome: Hop-on, Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Tour

The open-top, double-decker bus provides fantastic views and a great atmosphere to enjoy Rome's charm. From the iconic Colosseum and the famous Spanish Steps to the stunning Vatican, the city's history and majestic architecture will take your breath away. A fully narrated audio tour allows you to discover over 10 locations throughout the city with daily departures from the starting point at Termini Railway Station. You have the option to join the tour from any of the stops on the route. You may also experience the “eternal city” on foot with fantastic digital, self-guided walking tours. Some of the locations you can see on the tour route include: Colosseum Roman Forum Trevi Fountain Spanish Steps Piazza di Spagna Vatican St. Peter's Square Piazza Navona Pantheon Castel Sant'Angelo Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore Circus Maximus Piazza Venezia Altare della Patria Piazza Barberini Termini Railway Station

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Rome: Private Highlights Tour by Golf Cart

3. Rome: Private Highlights Tour by Golf Cart

Experience the very best of the Eternal City on a private golf cart tour. Begin your visit in the morning, afternoon, or evening by meeting your expert tour guide at the local partner's office. Set off to discover the great highlights and the hidden gems Rome has to offer. Start the tour in the city center and customize your itinerary based on your personal preferences. Led by your passionate guide, hit all the major highlights including Piazza Venezia and the impressive Vittoriano, the Trevi Fountain — where you can throw a coin into the water to ensure your return to Rome — and the Spanish Steps, heart of the glamorous shopping district. Head then to Piazza Navona, with the amazing Bernini’s Fountain of the Four Rivers. Go in the Pantheon to admire the greatest work of Roman architecture, followed by a stop at Campo de Fiori to visit the food market. Afterwards, explore the best of Ancient Rome, the iconic Colosseum, the majestic Imperial Forum, and the massive remains of the Caracalla Bathhouse. Stop for a coffee break on the way to the next attractions, and learn interesting stories about the Eternal city and its inhabitants. End your tour at your hotel or anywhere within the city center. Tour guide in English or Italian. For other languages, please contact us after the booking

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Colosseum: Private Tour with Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

4. Colosseum: Private Tour with Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

Meet your private guide at the Colosseum. Here, your expert in Roman history will give you an introduction to the finest arena of the Roman Empire. You'll then explore the magnificent Colosseum, which had 80 entrances and could accommodate around 65,000 spectators. Hear about the spectacular festivals the Romans held here, which could last up to 100 days. After visiting the Colosseum, you will have some time to take some pictures, buy refreshments and wander around before starting the second part of your tour. Next, learn about the daily life of ancient Rome with a visit to its most bustling center of activity, the Roman Forum – see the temples, squares and legal buildings that would have defined this area. Finally, continue onwards to the Palatine Hill, the mythological birthplace of Rome’s founder, Romulus. Admire a spectacular view of the modern city, the ruins of Nero’s Golden House, and the Circus Maximus.

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Rome Hop-On Hop-Off Bus and Transfer from Civitavecchia Port

5. Rome Hop-On Hop-Off Bus and Transfer from Civitavecchia Port

Make the most of your cruise stopover at Civitavecchia Port and journey to Rome by comfortable vehicle to climb aboard the open-top, hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus on arrival. Depart from Civitavecchia Port at 9:00 AM or 9:30 AM and get dropped off on Via Crescenzio 19, near the Vatican City. It is only a 12-minute walk to the Hop-on Hop-off bus stop number 6.  Then, jump off and on at 8 stops, all conveniently located close to the most important monuments in the city. Learn the history of Rome with the on-board recorded commentary available in 9 languages (English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Arabic and Portuguese). Avail of the free walking tours that focus on some of the city's most famous squares, streets and monuments to get an even more complete picture of the city. The hop-on hop-off buses operate every day from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM, and run every 15-20 minutes for your convenience. The online voucher can be validated on any of the big buses. The first stop for the hop-on hop-off bus, where the online voucher needs to be validated, is in front of Termini Train Station. Return to Civitavecchia Port at 3:45 PM. The transfer bus departs from Piazza dell’ Independenza and stops at 4:00 PM at the bus stop on via Crescenzio #2. For any extra information, you can ask your host on the drive into Rome in the morning.

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Rome: 9 Hour VIP Private Shore Excursion Cruise Pier Pickup

6. Rome: 9 Hour VIP Private Shore Excursion Cruise Pier Pickup

Your trip begins with collection from the cruise terminal in the morning, to arrive at the Colosseum by 11:00 AM, where you will be whisked to the front of the queue. Immediately begin exploring this majestic ruin, the largest amphitheater built during the Roman Empire, designed to entertain the masses with brutal, violent spectacles. Its capacity is estimated to have been 70,000 people, who were all admitted free of charge to watch vicious gladiator fights and hunting simulations involving exotic animals. Included in your skip-the-line tickets is the entrance to the Palatine Hill and Imperial Forums. Explore both above ground and below, marveling at the unbelievable engineering techniques of the Romans and the intricate theatrical system of hoists, ramps, and trapdoors that made the arena function (included in the underground option). For an extra fee you can purchase a guided tour option, an audio or video tour, or complete underground tour. All are available in many different languages. After about three hours, head over to St. Peter’s Square, where you can marvel at the Sistine Chapel, take in the ornate Basilica, and gasp at the massive outdoor plaza. The tour has 18 other possible stops, according to your preference, to be explored at your own pace. Wherever you decide to roam in Rome, the minivan will pick you up at 16:00, and you can take a nap while being safely returned to your ship.

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Rome: Colosseum Skip-the-Line Tour

7. Rome: Colosseum Skip-the-Line Tour

Meet your guide outside the Colosseum and walk in together through the privileged groups' entrance with a small group. Journey back to the days of the Roman Empire. Explore the world's most famous amphitheater and learning about its history and myths. Hear about the innovative techniques used by the ancient Roman engineers to build this masterpiece and how it survived through the centuries. Discover the political and social reasons that led to its construction. Learn about the games that took place within it. After your official tour ends you can either stay inside the Colosseum as long as you wish or you can exit it 30 minutes after the end of the tour and continue to the Roman Forums and Palatine Hill. Extend your experience with another 1-hour guided tour at the beautiful Roman Forum, by selecting the corresponding option. At the Roman Forum, you can get a better appreciation about what everyday life was like in Ancient Rome. Enjoy breathtaking views over the Colosseum and Circus Maximus from the famous Palatine Hill.

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Rome in One Day Private Tour

8. Rome in One Day Private Tour

This is a special private tour, carefully organized, which guarantees a fascinating view of the city of Rome and its major sites.  From hotel pick-up your journey will include stops at the following sites: • Pyramid of Caius Cestius • Ruins of Caracalla Baths • The Capitol • Piazza Venezia • The Coloseum • The Forum • Trevi fountain • The Pantheon • Piazza Navona • The Vatican • The Basilica of Saint Peter It is also possible to order the skip-the-line tickets for the Vatican Museum and the Coloseum and to visit the Catacombs under Piazza Navona and experience Rome's underground world. The order of the tour can vary based on traffic conditions, and the amount of time spent at each stop can be tailored to your interests and time available. In addition to the expected stops, you can decide to stop whenever you want to take photos during your tour. The tour is customizable, and the driver is at your disposal.

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Rome: Colosseum & Vatican Museums Day Tour

9. Rome: Colosseum & Vatican Museums Day Tour

Skip the ticket line to the 2000-year-old Roman Colosseum. Once inside, your expert guide will tell you about the Flavian Amphitheater's history in dramatic detail. Walk out onto the Arena Floor and stand where gladiators once fought wild animals. Look up to the stands and imagine what it must’ve felt like to see 60,000 spectators cheering for you. Visit the first and second tiers, before moving onto the Roman Forum which once served as the political and commercial hub of the powerful Roman Empire. Take a quick walk through the ruins of this once thriving district of Rome. Continue your tour by strolling through the most awe-inspiring piazzas and fountains in the city including the Piazza Navona, Pantheon, and the iconic Trevi Fountain. Experience Rome off-the-beaten-path under the wing of a local guide. After breaking for lunch, climb aboard your private, luxury transportation and drive directly to the Vatican Museums. Skip the ticket line and visit the Gallery of the Candelabra, Gallery of the Tapestries, and Gallery of the Maps. Experience the Sistine Chapel, the centerpiece of the Vatican Museums in person, the way it was meant to be seen. Stand beneath Michelangelo’s stunning frescoes. Then head to St. Peter's Basilica through a special door. See the statue of St. Peter's, La Pieta and the famed Baldacchino. Bernini's Baldacchino stands 95 feet tall and sits right beneath St. Peter's dome above the papal altar.

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Rome in a Day Small Group Tour with Vatican & Colosseum

10. 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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What people are saying about Roman Forum

Very good, nice visit, long enough to see everything and not enough to get bored, very pleasant staff, guided tour with notes of humor ... great activity to do with the family, makes it possible to see all the monuments and to choose more easily visits during short stays

I had no issues at all. Buses were on time earlier in the day and very close to on time given the traffic of late afternoon. Bus was clean, staff was friendly. Good experience whenever I've booked in the cities where they run. Very good value for the cost.

To be mentioned positively - the upper deck is currently closed & it is heated (pleasant with the currently low temperatures). Windows were very clean so that we could see everything well.

As in other European metropolises, a very meaningful and informative way to get to know a city and to quickly get an overview

Good day, this attraction is great, we really enjoyed it in those three days and the staff was great.