The Colosseum and Roman Forum Private tour tour will bring you back in time and you will be able to learn how ancient Romans used to live 2000 years ago.
Your guide will passionately lead you through the Colosseum, Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill. You will learn about the business, financial and residential districts of the time and you will apprehend the habits and traditions of ancient Romans. Your guide will bring to life the events and facts that have marked those centuries. You will be amazed as you will discover so many facts that modern civilisations inherited from ancient Romans.
You will discover in detail one of the Seven World Wondersì; the Colosseum. Your guide will unveil all the details of this marvelous monument. This private tour option will also give you the opportunity to ask your guide questions and find the answers to all your curiosities.
The architecture that ancient Romans have left us will absorb all of your attention and your guide will tell you in detail what and why it was built.
You will be able to visit all three sites at your own pace: The Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.
The whole history of the Ancient Roman Empire will be at your fingertips.
The Senate / Curia
S.P.Q.R. is the most known abbreviation from Roman times. It means Senate and the Popular Assembly of Rome. The building currently still standing in the Roman Forum is the original Senate, or Curia, the original seat of the consuls and tribune. Here, as in any administrative centre, all the important decisions, regarding the government of the Empire and of the Republic, were taken.
House of the Vestals
The home of the Vestal Virgins, the chosen young girls, priestess, who took a vow of chastity and looked after the holy flame of the goddess Vesta. Today it is possible to enter the ruins of the house and gardens where the remains of some beautiful ancient statues are still standing.
Temple of Caesar
Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 BC. His body was cremated, and on that exact spot, an altar in his memory was erected. After his death and the construction of the temple a deification of the Emperor had taken place. The remains of the Temple are still visible inside the Roman Forum between Via Sacra and the Temple of Vesta.
One of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Flavian Amphitheatre or Colosseum, is still standing in the heart of the Ancient Rome ruins, destination to millions of visitors every year. Its name, Colosseum, comes from a colossal statue that has been positioned on Piazza del Colosseo. The history of this magnificent building is full of spectacular gladiator games and animal hunts which were the main entertainment of the Romans in ancient times.