Visit the incredible Colosseum, an amphitheater that was used for gladiatorial contests, public executions, and animal hunts
Look at the ruins of temples, government buildings, and shops as you explore the Roman Forum
Marvel at the panoramic vistas of the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and the Imperial Palace ruins.
Book the Colosseum Roman Forum & Palatine Hill Tour and learn more about the history and culture of ancient Rome
Activity Duration: 2 - 3 hours (Approx.)
Activity Timings: 08:30 am onwards
Activity Location: Rome, Italy
About Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill:
On this Colosseum Tour, see the biggest amphitheatre in all of Roman civilization, the Palatine Hill, the oldest portion of the city, and the Roman Forum, the lifeblood of ancient Rome. Visit the Colosseum, one of Rome's top attractions, with a huge amphitheatre that could fit 65,000 people back in Roman times. You'll get to explore the arena, the underground passageways, and the spectator stands of the largest Roman amphitheatre. After that, take a Roman Forum Tour where you may see the remains of old temples, arches, and other buildings built by different emperors. Near the forum is the area known as Palatine Hill, where you can explore the ruins of imperial palaces that have been discovered.
About the Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill Tour:
How To Reach?
The main attractions included in the Rome day tours include the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and Palatine hill. You enter the Colosseum, follow the gladiators' footsteps, and get a 360-degree panoramic view of the structure. Later, explore the Forum and several significant Roman imperial structures. Travel back in time to the Forum Magnum, which formerly housed a thriving marketplace. Visit Palatine Hill, one of Rome's seven hills, to cap the tour. Experience the city's oldest location, 40 metres above the Roman Forum.
The Colosseum Roman Forum and Palatine hill tour typically lasts 2 -3 hours approximately. During this time you get to visit the majestic Colosseum, which could hold about 65,000 spectators and had 80 entrances. Learn about ancient Roman government by touring the Forum's many impressive surviving structures. Last but not least, you ascend Palatine Hill, one of Rome's seven hills.
Yes, the Colosseum Roman Forum and Palatine hill tour is guided. An experienced tour guide who is fluent in English is included in the package. These tour guides are welcoming and knowledgeable. As a result, you will discover the location's history during the tour. Your tour begins when you meet your guide outside the impressive Colosseum. Your Roman history expert tour guide will introduce you to the best arena of the Roman Empire right here. You will later meet your second guide, enthusiastic about Ancient Rome, for the second portion of your tour. This will enable you to get the most out of your trip as two top experts will take you through their specialties.
Yes, tickets to the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill included in the Rome day tours price. Tour, transportation, and a guide are all included in the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill package. Throughout your tour, you will view the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill. Additionally, you will travel the Via Sacra on a path used in ancient Rome. Together with Antonino and Faustina, you will also visit the Vesta temples.
No, there are no age restrictions for this Colosseum Roman Forum and Palatine hill tour. Children under 18 are admitted free to the Colosseum, which is great news for parents taking their kids on vacation, but keep in mind they still need a ticket. For those who are less than 18, though, identification may be needed to enter. Entry cannot be guaranteed for visitors who arrive without identification.
Yes, there is a maximum group size for the tour. There must be a maximum of 13–14 participants in the group, plus a guide. This will ensure that you have all you require for a thorough tour of the most significant places in Ancient Rome.
Yes, photographing inside the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, and the Roman Forum is permitted. Due to security measures, including metal detectors and bag X-ray machines, park visitors must exercise caution. As soon as you get through the metal detector, the security personnel will let you place the camera on top of the device so you may collect it.
Yes, there are restrictions on bringing bags or backpacks inside the three sites. You are not allowed to bring in any kind of glass containers, bottles, spray cans, camping backpacks, alcoholic beverages, or large bags or suitcases/rollaboards. Though small and medium shoulder bags are permitted, bear that in mind. They will, however, be x-rayed and screened for metal.
Yes, but only a part of the tour is accessible for people with mobility challenges. Wheelchair access to the Colosseum is possible, but not without some difficulty. Thus you can tour the Colosseum along with its bottom floor which is accessible via ramp and can be explored. However, keep in mind that the Palatine Hill and Roman forum are not wheelchair accessible.
The tours are conducted in as many as 8 languages. For your comfort, Dutch, English, Russian, Portuguese, German, French, Spanish, and Italian-speaking tour guides are available. Regardless of whichever language guide you choose, during the three-hour tour, this historian will share stories and facts. They will tell you stories of Ancient Rome's glory days to aid with the reconstruction of the stunning remains.
If the booking is made prior to the date of travel, the consumer will receive a confirmation voucher via email within 2 hours of successful booking. For bookings made on the same day, we strive to provide the voucher within 30 minutes
No refund applicable.