Imperial Rome and Colosseum Free Tour (EN)
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Imperial Rome and Colosseum tour
Julius Caesar, Octavian Augustus, Nero, Caligula, Trajan, among other greats who marked history, some for their significant contributions to humanity, others for their perseverance and rebellion. Their stories still generate curiosity among those who visit Rome and want to know its monuments and sculptures. On this tour we will take you on a walk through the Eternal City, where you will marvel at its history full of great adventures, intrigue, betrayals and lots of action that made the rise of the great Roman Empire possible.
The history in this tour begins in the majestic Flavian Antitheater better known as The Colosseum, to enter one of the best known and most photographed streets in the world, you will know the legacy left by the great emperors, the Via de los Foros Imperial and all that place where the fathers of the roman empire left a mark
The Forum of Nerva, Forum of Augustus, Forum of Julius Caesar and Forum of Trajan next to the incredible column and the Great Market, you will walk through the Venice Square, to know its importance for Italian fascism, contemplating the monument to Vittorio Emanuele, ending in the grandiose square designed by the great Michelangelo Buonarroti, the Campidoglio where you can see the famous She-wolf feeding Romulus and Remus, and all the glorious Rome of the emperors
We meet you at the exit of the Colosseo Metro Station, next to the kiosk every day at 4:30 p.m (look for orange umbrella).
Don’t miss the best Free Tour of Rome and get to know the areas less known by tourists and with the friendliest guides
Based on Tips
Espectacular. Tour muy recomendable. Edith es una guía excepcional que además de tener gran conocimiento admirable sobre toda la historia de la ciudad, nos dio recomendaciones de rincones escondidos preciosos... read more
20 February 2020
La visita con Edith por el Trastevere fue muy interesante y demostró ser una profesional preparada; no así la que hicimos con Pepe por el Coliseo y Foro Romano que... read more
18 February 2020