Imperial Rome

This Private Tour is especially for you we would go to visit three pillars and wonders of Roman history. The Colosseum, ancient splendor with its real name "Flavian Amphitheater". Roman Forum, a set of monuments of ruins is located between the Capitoline Hill, the Imperial Forums, the Colosseum and the Palatine Hill. Finally, the Capitol, where it was once the destination of the triumphal processions of the victorious leaders, has remained today the fundamental nucleus of Roman life. You will see all this and much more by relying on our team of professionals in the sector.

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In this Private Tour designed especially for you we would go to visit three pillars and wonders of Roman history. The Colosseum, which served as a gigantic stadium in our history, but the Romans' favorite shows were the circus games in order to excite and feed the warrior spirit in them, hence the origin of the profession of gladiators trained to fight . In 1980 it was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, in 2007 it was also included among the New Seven Wonders of the World. According to complex calculations, it was intended to accommodate between 60,000 and 80,000 spectators. It would be a shame if, after your stay in Rome, you did not know how the Romans were able to build this structure in less than ten years, and for this it deserves the nomination of one of the most incredible masterpieces of architecture and of Roman engineering. Roman Forum is one of the most evocative archaeological sites in Rome where the public life of the city took place. Full of Temples, Arches and Columns remains an archaeological site in which traces of human activity of the past are preserved. The Forum is crossed by the Via Sacra which was crossed by the processions of victorious generals, loaded with loot followed by ranks of prisoners, the Arch of Titus which commemorates the conquest of Jerusalem, the Temple of Julius Caesar that Octavian wanted to erect in memory of his uncle , place where the dictator's corpse was burned and consecrated, together with the nearby Arch of Augustus, of which only the base remains. You can't walk past these archaeological sites without asking yourself how all this was built and the history of what you see. Our guide will also take you to admire the beauty of the Capitoline Hill, at the Capitoline Museum which houses the oldest public collection in the world and contains a very rich collection of classical marble. Among many portraits and many rooms full of history we would see Bust of Homer, Maiden with the Dove, Capitoline Venus, The Levaspine, Cupid and Psyche, Mosaic of Masks and Doves. Nowhere in the world in such a small space will you not see this kind of artwork.

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