Explore the best that Rome has to offer in only one day. Immerse yourself in Renaissance history and admire ornate Baroque architecture. Visit important imperial monuments, including the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Roman Forum, Piazza Navona and more. Receive lunch and skip-the-line tickets!
"Rome wasn't built in a day", but luckily it can be seen in one! Explore the Eternal City's greatest highlights on this daily tour of the historic city center.
Your tour will start in Campo de' Fiori, where you will see the colorful and characteristic food market and you will be able to immerse yourself in the magic of Rome. Afterwards, your english speaking guide will take you to Piazza Farnese, where you will see the incredible buildings of Palazzo Farnese and the incredible Palazzo Spada.
Your visit will continue heading to the renowened Navona Square, with its triumphant Baroque architecture and fountains. In a ten minutes walk you will reach Piazza della Rotonda, housing the prodigious Pantheon, temple to the gods. You will be able to accede the Pantheon with your guide, who will tell you the secrets and the history of that amazing place. One of Rome's best-preserved ancient structures, this impressive building remains the world's largest unreinforced concrete dome two thousand years after its construction.
After the visit of the Pantheon, you will reach the famous Trevi Fountain, Rome's largest Baroque fountain which has achieved worldwide fame through several films. Make a wish as you toss in your coin, perhaps hoping to return to Rome someday soon! The last stop of your morning tour will be a visit of Piazza di Spagna, home to the famous Spanish Steps.
Before starting the second part of your tour, you will enjoy a traditional lunch in a typical roman restaurant in the city center.
After lunch, you will enjoy the Imperial Rome Tour, starting from the Arch of Constantine, that you will discover with your professional guide.
Once ended this first explanation, you will receive exclusive perks, including skip-the-line tickets to the Colosseum. Less time waiting in line will give you more time to admire the attractions! You will follow in the footsteps of gladiators at the colossal Colosseum. An enduring testament to Roman architecture and engineering, this amphitheater is the largest in the world. Constructed in 72 AD, the Colosseum could seat up to 50,000 spectators in its heyday. Romans would gather there for public events, mock battles, or the infamous gladiator fights. Imagine the excitement and fervor from this bygone era as explore this grand structure and learn its secrets.
After your Colosseum tour, you will continue immersing yourself in Imperial Rome. You will visit Circus Maximus, an ancient stadium where Romans went to watch chariot racing. Progress to Palatine Hill, one of the Seven Hills on which Rome was founded. Rising up between the Forum and Circus Maximus, Palatine Hill is the site where, according to Roman mythology, Remus and Romulus - the founders and namesake of Rome - were found by a she-wolf.
You will also visit the Roman Forum with your skip the line tickets and you will immediately be surrounded by important government buildings, this ancient marketplace was the center of public life in the Roman Empire and the place where Romans elected their leaders. Your tour will end at the Roman Forum.
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
We suggest you wearing comfortable clothes and shoes. In summer, bring a bottle of water; in winter, don't forget an umbrella.
The pick up service is NOT available for this tour. You can previously request it, for an additional price, from centrally located hotels.
Guests arriving late at the meeting point cannot be refunded.
We regret to inform you that this tour is not suitable for people with impaired mobility.
We remind you that it is forbidden to bring inside the Colosseum luggages, backpacks and oversize bags.
Depending on the season, you might visit the Colosseum and Roman Forum first, and then the Squares of Rome, or vice versa.