Colosseum Tour with Belvedere Upper Tier & Roman Forum

price from 85 €

Rome Small Group Tours

Colosseum Tour with Belvedere Upper Tier & Roman Forum

Exclusive access to the newly opened Belvedere for an amazing tour of the Colosseum and Roman Forum

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Tour description

Experience incredible views from the very top of the Colosseum on the newly opened 5th level - the Belvedere! Climb all the way up to witness the best panoramic view of Rome and gaze down into the Arena floor below, imaging epic scenes that took place here.

With our special tour, get privileged entry to the Colosseum and unlock all the secrets of Ancient Rome and the magnificent Colosseo!

You will also step back in time and stroll around the ancient ruins of the Roman Forum to learn about the political life of Ancient Rome while admiring a view on two of the famous seven hills, the Capitoline and Palatine.

 

*Please note, there are more than 50 steps to reach the top of Belvedere, but you will be rewarded with a unique view!

included:

Combo ticket for Arch of Constantine, Roman Forum and Colosseum with special opening of the belvedere of the Colosseum.

itinerary:

  • Arch of Constantine
  • Colosseum with Belvedere
  • Roman Forum
  • Palatine hill view

Kids friendly:

This tour is kids friendly, your children are welcome

meeting point:

In front of the metro station Colosseo, by the green souvenir kiosque

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