- Capital's popular historic sites in one 3 hour tour
- Learn about the Colosseum's bloody past, the functions of Palatine Hill and the Forum
- See the altar where Julius Caesar was cremated
Beginning atop Colle Oppio (Opium Hill) for stunning panoramic views of the Italian capital, you’ll proceed to the Colosseum, where your guide will help you skip to the front of the queue and find your headsets. You’ll hear the horrific but true stories of gladiator combat, executions and epic mock sea-battles that took place in this gigantic amphitheatre for the bloodthirsty entertainment of Roman citizens.
En-route to Palatine Hill, where according to legend Romulus and Remus were found by the wolf that saved them, you’ll stop at the Arch of Constantine. From the hill you’ll be able to see the Circus Maximus, scene of thrilling chariot races, and the Forum, the centre of Roman civic life for centuries. The tour concludes along Sacred Way, the pathway for celebrations and triumphal processions, and the temple where Caesar was cremated. Packed with fascinating facts and gruesome tales, this tour is a great introduction to Rome’s opulent past.