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"The best way to know about Rome". If you want to know the beautiful Italian capital, the guided tour of Ancient Rome is the ideal way to start. It is a tour of its main monuments with more 2.000 years old.
In our fascinating tour of the Roman Empire, with a practical guide you will visit the points of interest of each area.
The Roman Colosseum or The Flavian Amphitheater, being the symbol of eternal Rome, the largest amphitheater in the world, is one of the most famous. There were public spectacles and I could welcome 65.000 people.
His oval-shaped playing field was a wooden platform covered with sand and had traps on the ground, where lions and tigers used to go. It is there where they gave their lives in battles gladiators and condemned to death, with the delight, pleasure and spectacle for the people.
Due to its almost perfect architecture that has survived earthquakes, fires and looting for more than 2000 years and its rich history, our tour will tour its interior.
The Roman forum one of the sanctuaries of Ancient Rome. It was the center of the city, similar to the squares of today, symbol of Roman power and advanced social life. There, commerce, religion, prostitution and the administration of justice took place.
In the hand tour with the guide experts you can relive the great history of its monuments such as:
The Roman Palatine, Located on the Palatine Hill, it is part of the Roma Quadrata and is the most central of the hills of Rome, one of the oldest areas of the city. This is where Romulus founded Rome and he fixed his residence. The cradle of the Empire, the Italian capital, is believed to have been inhabited since the year 1000 BC
On the Palatine it was set as the official residence of the Roman emperors. From here you have a nice view of the Farnese Gardens, the Roman Forum and the Circus Maximus. Despite being small, your visit can help us better understand its ruins. It also has other sites that will capture our interest:
You will not have to make long lines to access the wonderful Coliseum, the Great Roman Forum and the beautiful Roman Palatine.