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Ancient Rome Colosseum

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Rome of the Caesars Skip the line – Half day tour

The tour starts from your hotel and continues with a visit to the Rome Colosseum...

Skip the line

Duration: 3 hrs

From: 82,00

Pick-up Drop-off:


Small group

Skip the line to the Colosseum and save up to an hour of waiting time

Ancora 1

Free up to 24 hours in advance

Departure days:


Tour starts:

09:00 am

Season validity:

All tourism seasons

What’s included:

• Admission ticket Colosseo and Roman Forum skip the long line

• Professional Guide 3 hours

• Transportation by air-conditioned minivan

• Pick-up and drop off service available for hotels located within the Aurelian Walls

• Local guide

• Admission tickets

Not included:

• Gratuities

• Tips

Additional information

The tour can be changed without notice due to weather and traffic. You can start the tour directly from the meeting point, or use the free collection service from your hotel. When being picked up at the hotel in the morning, it is important to verify the driver is from TRIPACA AGENCY, as at there are several companies organizing pick ups at hotels at the same time. Please refer to the Concierge for information about collection schedules. In order to improve the quality of our services and to avoid delays in the collection to each hotel, we kindly ask for your cooperation to be ready at the lobby of your hotel at the scheduled time.

Full description:

Once able to seat up to 50,000 spectators, the construction of the Rome Colosseum began in 72 A.D. and was finished 8 years later. The scene of wild entertainment often between man and beasts, this mighty monument has been immortalized over the centuries.

The Roman Forum was the real political centre of Republican and Imperial Rome, with its ancient basilicas, triumphal arches, honorary columns, ancient cemeteries.

At the centre of the Forum, after 20 centuries, it is possible to walk on the same cobble-stones of the Sacred Way, leading to the Capitol Hill. 

The monumental complex dedicated to the King Victor Emanuele II in 1911 rises in the centre of  Venice Square.

Ancora 2

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