Enter into the City of the Ancients, where the ghosts of old Rome remain in various states of decay and the monuments of this former Empire still haunt its modern visitors
Roman Forum, Colosseum, and Palatine Hill
€35 per adult, €25 per child/student
€13.50 per person
This ticket includes VIP (skip the line) entrance into the Ancient City
(Entrance fees not included in tour price)
Daily excluding Wednesdays and Fridays
There, in the distance stands an apparition of the former glory of Rome. Haunting the modern city with her arched arcades and slowly decaying frame, providing a lucid if not melancholy testament to the society that once invaded her hollows on a daily basis. Standing under the silhouette of the Colosseum creates a profound memory for all who enter Rome. The Flavian Amphitheater stands almost 2,000 years after its inception to beckon those who dream of entering the gates of ancient Rome. On this tour your guide will take you deep into the history of both the Empire and her emblematic monuments, one where men fought both mortal and beast with ruthless abandon all for a few moments of glory, while cries from the mouths of up to 50,000 spectators pierced their ears. Chronicling the social and political events that took place within the Ancient City, the Colosseum and Roman Forum provide modern scholars with details of a city where classes, cultures and customs fiercely collided. As you depart from the interior of the Colosseum, you will enter the apex of Roman bureaucracy, the Roman Forum. Your guide will take you into the center of where the empire was ruled, where Rome’s public and civic foundations were established as far back as the 8th century BCE. As you weave your way along the ancient stone avenues past crumbling ruins of temples, markets and courthouses, your guide will share with you the stories of senators, emperors and the common men whose devotion to the city and her holding surpassed any other. As you depart the Roman Forum you will make your way through the ruins of the imperial palaces atop the Palatine Hill. Here on this small mount while overlooking the Tiber River and Circus Maximus, where the foundations of Rome were once set, you will conclude your time spent in the ancient city of Rome.
The meeting location for this tour will be sent via email upon your confirmation.
RomAmor Tours will make all necessary reservations on your behalf when you confirm your tour with us.
The Roma Pass can be used for your ticket entrance on this tour but we will need to know in advanced whether you will have the pass on the day of your tour.
Please wear comfortable shoes as this tour covers areas of uneven cobblestone and bring a water bottle during the summer months.
Photography is allowed throughout all areas of this tour.
If you have questions regarding this tour, please inquire.
Please enjoy some additional photos from this tour