WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
- Typology: Small Group - max 12 people
- Duration: 3 hours
- Starting time: To be advised
- Included: Combo ticket to Colosseum, its underground and Roman Forum
- Operating Days: Sun; Wed; Fri;
- Meeting Point: Arch of Constantine
Arch of Constantine, Palatine Hill, Roman Forum and Colosseum with special opening of Colosseum arena level, underground hypogeum area and third tier with underground tour of the Colosseum. Our small-group tours have a maximum of 8-12 participants, unlike our competitors who may allow as many as 25 people in a group, making our tours more intimate and quite like a private tour! PLEASE NOTE: Start is to be determined. After making your reservation, we will follow up with the tour start time once the Underground Colosseum time slots are issued.
‘Join one of our shared group tours for an intimate Colosseum Underground Tour experience. Never more than 12 persons.’
Join a shared tour of Ancient Rome and enjoy exclusive VIP access to the Underground of the Colosseum.
Travel back in time to live the past grandeur of the Roman Empire, the tragedies and love of entertainment, the light and darkness, the rise and fall, the secrets and legends. Get to know some of the most famous and illustrious citizens, such as Julius Caesar, Emperors Augustus and Nero as well as the Flavian Emperors who built the Colosseum.
Meet your guide at the Arch of Constantine, erected in honour of this Emperor in 315 AD, where we will start our journey through the history of ancient Rome. This fascinating visit will continue inside the Colosseum to hear history and tales of gladiators, animals, battles and executions and enjoy rare VIP access to the underground, the upper third tier level and the arena floor - recently opened for the first time in history!
Then move onto ‘downtown’ Ancient Rome, the Roman Forum. A guided visit of the Forum is necessary as the site can be confusing to untrained eyes. Yet with a guide discover where Julius Caesar was cremated or where the Vestal Virgins kept their burning flame for the Goddess Vesta. The forum offers glorious views of the Palatine Hill, a site even older than the Forum and where Romulus and Remus founded Rome.