Piazza Venezia, Colosseum, Circus Maximus
“As long as the Colosseum exists, Rome will also exist;
when the Colosseum falls, Rome will also fall;
when Rome falls, the world will fall too »
(Prophecy of Bede the Venerable, 8th century)
IThe tour includes prolonged stops at strategic points from which you can autonomously reach the beauties of the eternal city, namely:
- Piazza Venezia: Campidoglio; Capitoline Museums; Roman Forum and dating jason kitley boise Trajan’s Markets;
- Colosseum: Colosseum; Imperial Forums; Arch of Constantine; Palatine;
- Circus Maximus (optional stop)
IAlong Via dei Fori Imperiali we will take you to discover the largest archaeological area in Rome.
IFrom Piazza Venezia, you immediately notice the Campidoglio puyallup married dating and the Capitoline Museums, where waiting for you will find the famous “Lupa Capitolina” nursing the mythological founders of Rome, Romulus and Remus.
IIt will then be easy to reach the area of the Roman Forum, to know the most significant monuments (the Curia, the arch of Septimius Severus, the temple of Saturn, the temple and the house of the Vestal Virgins, the Basilica of Maxentius and the arch di Tito) and arrive at the Colosseum, symbol of the eternity of Rome, the largest amphitheater in the world, a place of great fighting, hunting of wild animals and naumachia (naval battles).
IAnd finally, through a walk through the Fori Imperiali feeling just like the ancient Romans, you will reach the Palatine Hill, where it all began.
IFrom the Palatine Hill you may choose to stop and admire the Circus Maximus where the port on the Tiber River was located, the Portus Tiberinus, the ancient commercial area of the city.
Prices listed include taxes and do not include the entrance fees to attractions.