Colosseum and Roman Forum

Skip-the-line access to every attraction such as the Colosseum and Roman Forum allows you to make the most of your free time in the Eternal City. The tour led by our experienced staff will guide you towards the imposing prodigy, the pride of the Roman people: the Colosseum. The Roman Forum is a set of monuments, the remains of which are found between the Capitoline Hill, the Imperial Forums, the Colosseum and Palatine Hill. Trust us who are here on site, we who know every secret alley and know how to best advise you on how and what to visit in our city.

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Your reservation to visit the Colosseum and Roman Forum guarantees you access to the most visited monuments in the world, minimizing waiting times at the ticket office. With our guide specially chosen for you, we will enter the heart of ancient Rome among the ruins of temples and impressive historical monuments. His Majesty: The Colosseum known as the most famous Amphitheater in the world will be our first point of discovery and knowledge of the day. In 72 AD it was started by Vespasian and finished by his son Titus in 80, it had the function of a huge stadium, but the favorite shows of the Romans were the circus games giving rise to the profession of gladiators who were trained to fight and kill each other of them. The inauguration lasted a hundred days with various kinds of fairs, animal hunts and even naval battles were held. When this amphitheater was in the fullness of its glory, it absolutely had to present a stupendous spectacle of Roman grandeur. Even today, after so many centuries, the Colosseum forms the pride of Rome and the wonder of the visitor. The nearby Arch of Constantine was built by the Senate and the Roman people at the extreme limit of the Forum, on the Via Sacra, in memory of the victory over Maxentius at Ponte Milvio in 312. The most interesting part of this splendid monument is the inscription : "To the emperor Caesar Flavius ​​Constantine Maximus pious happy august, the Senate and the Roman people dedicated this distinguished arch for triumphs, because for the stimulus of the divinity and for the greatness of mind, with his army he avenged the State through just war, both of the tyrant and, at the time, of each faction ". We would continue towards the Roman Forum which is designated a set of monuments, of which remains are found between the Capitol, the Imperial Forums, the Colosseum and the Palatine Hill.

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