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Emperors & Gladiators - The Roman Forum & Colosseum

An exquisite guided tour of ancient Rome's most important sites with a very small group!

from € 60.00

Step back in time and thrill at the historic figures and legends linked to Rome's foundation.

Highlights of the Emperors & Gladiators tour include:

  • A small-group guided visit of the iconic Colosseum and Roman Forum
  • Quick entry to the Colosseum - the largest amphitheatre in the world and architectural marvel
  • Fascinating histories of the most epochal locations of ancient Rome brought to life
  • A fantastic guide to recount stories of Rome's Emperors
  • Explanations about the important buildings whose ruins remain as testament to this vital historic period
  • Enjoy the views of the Roman Forum from the Palatine Hill


 a great Rome tour guide, Colosseum and Roman Forum entry, small group tour, audio headsets when required. 

Not included: Optional gratuities
Start Location: Rome
End Location: Rome
Important information

Weather: This tour runs rain or shine

LOW SEASON (2nd of January to 31st of March; 1st of November to the 31st of December) meeting time and dates: 8:45am Mondays, Wednesdays & Sundays (except 1st Sunday of the month); 1:15pm Fridays

HIGH SEASON  (2nd of April to the 31st of October) meeting time and dates: 8:45am daily except 1st Sunday of the month

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