Archeological Wonders of Rome - Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill_Morning

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  • Skip-the-line access to the Colosseum
  • Step back in time into the archaeological wonders in the heart of the Roman Empire and soak in 2000 years of history and battles
  • Explore the ruins of the Roman Forum
  • Visit Palatine Hill to continue your journey through Rome’s history

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Duration: 3 hours Approx.

Starting time: 8.15am

Season: All Year Round

The Ancient Romans didn’t like to stay in bed in the morning. Actually, they were suspicious of those who opted for a lie in and typically woke up at sunrise or earlier, then headed to the Forum and got to do business. If you’re an early bird like them, come an join us on this tour of Rome’s archaeological area: accompanied by a professional guide who’ll provide you with a pocket audio receiver and earphones, you’ll have the chance to access the Colosseum skipping the usually long line. The Flavian Amphitheater stood the test of time and stayed pretty much intact: you’ll get to know more about the way Romans used to enjoy their leisure hours while walking inside the original places where they used to watch gladiatorial or animal fights.
You’ll reach the Palatine Hill, the place where Rome was founded more than 2772 years ago by the legendary twin brothers Romulus and Remus and you’ll stroll around the Roman Forum, the pulsating heart of ancient Roman life: let your guide tell you everything about those days and take you on a travel through time.

  • Entrance tickets with no line
  • Professional guide
  • Headsets

  • This tour is not suitable for individuals who use a wheelchair or who have difficulty walking.
  • The tour involves a lot of walking and climbing stairs, especially in the Roman Forum - please take this into consideration.
  • The areas are not wheelchair accessible and may pose challenges for individuals with mobility issues.
  • The tour may be operated by a multilingual guide
  • Due to shorter daylight, from October 27 the visit to the Palatine Hill will be replaced with an external explanation from the Capitoline Hill
  • Any booking for the Colosseum is subject to reconfirmation
  • Bulky bags, trolleys, and glass bottles are not allowed.
  • No cloakroom facilities are available.