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Colosseum, Castel San Angelo and San Peter Square

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Colosseum and Roman forum SMALL GROUP or PRIVATE

See the top sights of ancient Rome with these 3-hours tour of the Colosseum and Roman Forum, including skip-the-line access.

 

Let’s go. Spend some time getting acquainted with some of the top attractions of ancient Rome with these 3-hours walking tour.

Castel San Angelo AND San Peter Square SMALL GROUP or PRIVATE

In this type of walking tour with your  passional guide discover the legend and the story about that. Some informations:

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Colosseum and Roman forum SMALL GROUP or PRIVATE

 

Skip the lines with your guide and explore the formidable Colosseum and the Roman
Forum with a small group.

The first stop is the monumental Colosseum. The construction of the largest amphitheater in the Roman Empire was started by Vespasian in 72 AD. This building was planned to change the relationship between power and people from then on: entertainment and distraction was offered to the populace for free. It was used for gladiator fights and hunting simulations involving ferocious and exotic animals. The capacity is estimated around 70,000 people.

Find out the unbelievable engineering techniques that allowed ancient Romans to complete this massive structure, that still stands today, in less than 10 years.

Visit the Roman Forum, the ancient center of economics, politics, and social life in the Roman Empire.

Walk the ancient cobblestones with a small group. It means Quo Vadis Style



Castel San Angelo and San Peter Square SMALL GROUP or PRIVATE

 

Castel San Angelo: the Castel offers a fabulous mix of Imperial, Madiaval and Renaissance Rome , no to mention an excellent view. A walkway still links the Castel with the Vatican , called “Passetto”.

San Peter Square: once the incredibly long project of building the Basilica had been completed, attention was turned to the piazza in front of it.  The famous architect Bernini created the colonnades have at the centre an Egyptian obelisk and which is believed to have witnessed the crucifixion of St. Peter