Archeological Rome Private Walking Tour 3 Hours (for party of 1 to 8 people) (8.30am)
DURATION: 3 hours
DEPARTURE TIME: 8.30am
FREQUENCY: every day except the first Sunday of each month
LANGUAGES: English and Italian
MEETING POINT: Hotel Forum – Via Tor Dè Conti, 25-30
Embark on a three-hour walking tour of Ancient Rome with this private tour. Visit some of the best preserved archeological sites worldwide such as the Colosseum and the Roman Forum with an expert guide, who will walk you through more than 1,200 years of Roman history.
*Please note that the price of this tour is fixed and does not depend on the number of people in your party (max 7 people).
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Archeological Rome Private Walking Tour Highlights
Archeological Rome Private Walking Tour Inclusions
The tour begins at the meeting point listed near the Colosseum. Your walking guide will be at your side to help you understand the history of Rome from 753 B.C. through more than 1,200 years of Roman domination until the fall of Rome in 476 D.C. We will be covering the Monarchy, Republic, and Empire periods during this 3 hour walking tour.
We will start out exploring the main level of Flavian’s Amphitheatre, known all over the world simply as “the Colosseum”. This structure is today still an important symbol for the Romans standing 50 meters high overlooking you like an old warrior, tired, but still full of pride. Walking next to the Arch of Titus, we will make our way to the Palatine Hill, where Rome was founded 2800 years ago and home to most of the Roman Emperors. The Palatino is considered by the Romans to be the most important of the seven hills.
Just down the hill you will reach the Roman Forum which was the center of any kind of decision-making whether it was financial, religious or political. The Roman Forum truly was the heart of the city and the brain of an empire that reached 60,000,000 people in the second century D.C.
Last but not least, you will arrive at the Campidoglio Hill. It is not just the current seat of the Mayor of Rome but was the most important religious hill in Ancient Rome due to the fact that the temple of the three of the most important gods for the Romans (Minerva, Giove and Giunone) was located here. You will end your tour here with the most spectacular view of the Ancient Roman sites you just covered.
This type of tour is a great choice if you have already had an overview of the city and now want to concentrate more on some of the archaeological parts of Rome, more in depth and on foot.
- Please note that the price of this tour is fixed and does not depend on the number of people in your party.
- There are no discounts for children as the price of the tour is fixed and doesn’t depend on the number of people in your group (max 8 people).
- Meeting point at Hotel Forum – Via Tor Dè Conti, 25-30
- This tour is not recommended for people with issues walking on uneven terrain, climbing stairs or who have other disabilities that require walkers or wheelchairs.
- Please wear sensible walking shoes for this tour and consider a hat for summer months and an umbrella for winter months.
- We have set a meeting point for this tour to make the best use of your time with the guide. Should you require an escort by taxi from the guide for any reason, as long as your hotel is central, we can send the guide to your hotel. Please do consider that we may have to eliminate something from the itinerary or add 30 minutes to the tour at an hourly rate which can be discussed if requesting to be escorted.
- As there is no transporation included with walking tours you will need to plan on finding transportation to and from your walking tour. Your hotel should be able to help you find a taxi to make your way to the meeting point to start your tour and then your walking guide will be more than happy to help you arrange for a taxi after the tour. The cost is usually around €12-15 on average.
- Admission tickets, lunches, taxis and gratuities are not included in the price of the tour.
- Please note that it is prohibited to bring tripods, backpacks, camping or other bulky bags or luggage / trollies so please plan ahead. You are allowed to enter with medium and small size backpacks carried on a shoulder which must be checked by metal detectors and or opened and visually inspected by the Urbe Security Institute, responsible for the entrance inspection at the Colosseum.
Colosseum Ticket Information
The Reservation of your tickets to enter the Colosseum is made based on a specific time of entrance that coincides with the starting time of your tour. Please see that you arrive at the time listed on your final voucher.
- Please be prepared to show a photo ID (or photocopy) such as a passport, student ID or driver’s license for each member of your group upon entry at the Colosseo Museums as you may be asked for one. We will need to know the ages of each child on your tour when they qualify for reduced fare tickets.
- We will pre purchase your Colosseum tickets so that you can skip the line. However the cost of the ticket is not included in the cost of the tour. Please keep in mind that while you will skip the entrance line, there is still a security line that you must go through to insure the saftey of all and this cannot be skipped.
- Please be advised that you will still have to wait through the security line and this is not avoidable nor is it in our control. If you do not wish to enter the Colosseum, please let us know that in your email communication.
- Tickets and based on party size headsets when required will be reimbursed to the guide when paying for the tour.
- Headsets may be required at the Colosseum if your party size is more than 10 people or for particularly busy days. They are generally €1.50 per person
- This Ancient Rome walking tour or Colosseo admittance is not available on the first Sunday of any month due to the fact that this is a free day and tickets cannot be arranged in advance and the lines would be too long.
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