Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill Skip-the-line Tour from Rome

  • Tour code: 636-8488
  • Available: Daily except first Sunday of every month
  • Depart from: Rome, Italy
  • Duration: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
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Experience the Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill during a tour of ancient Rome's renowned monuments.

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  • Child rates: Child rates apply to those who are 6-17 yrs old with a valid ID. Infant under 5 years old is free.
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  • Day 1 Skip-the-line Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill Tour
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Day 1 Skip-the-line Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill Tour

Today we will go to visit the ancient Roman arena. Skip the long queues and we will be taken back in time when we visit the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. We will have a chance to learn about how the massive amphitheater is. After experiencing the impressive history at the Colosseum, we will walk over to Palatine Hill with your guide. From here we will get the chance to take some incredible photos of panoramic views over the Roman Forum, Colosseum, and Nero's Circus Maximus. After that we will wander between ancient Roman ruins, temples and palaces, as you make your way into the Roman Forum. We may discover sites including the House of Vestal Virgins and Caesar's Palace, while listening to our tour guide's insightful history on these civic places.

The history of this amazing city spans more than two and a half thousand years. It is one of the most historic places on the planet Earth, and it's artistic and cultural contributions have colored global development.

  • Always Visit
    This nearly 2000-year-old structure is one of the most famous buildings in all of human history. At its height, it could hold up to 80,000 people, and was usually used for gladiatorial contests, executions, and drama productions.
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    More commonly known as simply the "Forums," this ancient site was once a public square surrounded by active governmental buildings. The ruins go back at least as far as the eighth century BC and were the heart of ancient Rome.
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    This ancient stadium was used during the time of the Roman Empire to host chariot races. The site is now a public park, although the Rolling Stones did play a concert here in 2014.





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