Rome Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill Skip The Line Guided Tour
This picturesque sightseeing tour will let you discover the most impressive monument of Ancient Rome – the Colosseum. Originally known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, it remains the largest amphitheater in the world.
The symbol of the Eternal City, the Colosseum inspires and awes, affirming the greatness and splendor of Ancient Imperial Rome.
When inside we will have a great view of the cages where gladiators were imprisoned before their fights, where lions and tigers were caged before entering the arena through trap doors.
At the Roman Forum you will walk on the “Via Sacra”(Holy path) of Ancient Rome. It was the religious, political and financial center of the Roman Empire.
Then you will reach the Palatine Hill where, according to legend, Romulus and Remus were first discovered and fed by a she-wolf, then raised by a couple of farmers. When adults they kept fighting for the right of re-establishing the nobility of their roots. They are considered the founders of the city.
See the ruins of the decadent palaces and gardens of the Empire’s nobility.
Discover 3 of the symbols of Rome and icons of Italy itself: the Colosseum, the Roman Forum & Palatine Hill. With this tour you can skip the line with the Priority Access, which allows you more time to enjoy Rome.
For safety reasons the Colosseum cannot hold more than 3,000 people at the same time, this may cause a slight delay for entry if capacity has been reached, even with pre-booked skip the line reservations.
No suitcase compartment is available.
IMPORTANT: your ID or Passport is required at the entrance. Guests without the personal document are not allowed to access the area of Colosseum.
Legally licensed English-speaking Tour Guide
Smaller groups: interact with your own Guide (max 20/25 people)
Audio headsets provided (if you are more than 6 people)
Skip the line entrance to Colosseum
Access to the Palatin Hill and Roman Forum
What to do in Rome: tips and suggestions for your stay in the city; No bad surprises: the price is “all inclusive”.
Electronic voucher accepted
Above the Colosseum Metro Station on Largo Gaetano Agnesi