Beat the queues at Romeandrsquo;s most important historical sites
Often rated as one of the worldandrsquo;s best travel experiences, the Colosseum is at the top of the to-do list for most visitors to Rome. Itandrsquo;s no surprise it gets chaotic when the crowds come in!
But with our Colosseum Tour Tickets, you wonandrsquo;t have to worry about wasting precious holiday time waiting in line. You get to skip the lines to Romeandrsquo;s most important historical sites – simply go to the front of the queue and walk in!
Colosseum Tour: Colosseum, Roman Forum andamp; Palatine Hill
Experience Romeandrsquo;s 3 most famous historical landmarks in the space of a morning or afternoon!
Choose to start your Colosseum tour at either 10am or 3pm – so you wonandrsquo;t miss out whether youandrsquo;re an early bird or a late riser.
Led by an expert guide, you will hear the fascinating stories that bring ancient Rome to life, turning the now quiet ruins into raucous arenas and bustling marketplaces.
Discover the Colosseum – Romeandrsquo;s most iconic landmark! Spend over an hour delving into the gory past of this amphitheatre which was home to gladiators, mock sea-battles and executions.
Your guide will have you enthralled with stories recalling the days when the stands were packed, the crowds were roaring and a gladiatorandrsquo;s life hung on the whims of an emperor.
The Roman Forum
Visit the Roman Forum – home to some of the oldest and most important buildings of the era, including the old moneylenderandrsquo;s shop and Caesarandrsquo;s Temple – the house of the Vestal Virgins.
Walk along the Via Sacra or Sacred Way, which once sparkled with festivals and triumphant processions as the Roman armies returned from war.
Standing 40 metres above the Roman Forum, Palatine Hill is the centremost of Romeandrsquo;s Seven Hills. It is also a glorious viewpoint, so donandrsquo;t forget to take your camera!
While you are there, learn the legend of Romulus – the great founder of Rome and see the Roman Forum and Neroandrsquo;s Circus Maximus, where Roman chariot races were once held.