Skip the line Ancient Rome Tour of Colosseum Forums Pantheon & City Highlights

Rome, Italy

Experience Rating
    
icon4 hours  (Approx.)
iconOffered in: English and 4 more
Overview

Discover Rome's top landmarks during this half-day private tour of the Eternal City. Listen to in-depth historical background spanning thousands of years, from the ancient imperial capital to iconic Baroque-era monuments. Stops can be tailored to suit your interests. Highlights along the way include the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, the Colosseum, and the Roman Forum.
  • A half-day private tour of Rome
  • Swap the bustle of a group tour for a personalized travel experience
  • Cover many of the city's top attractions in just a few hours
  • Enrich your visit with entertaining commentary from Rome's past and present

Departure Point

Via dei Fori Imperiali, Roma RM, Italy

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
Itinerary
Stop At:  
Colosseum
Regardless of any changes you wish to make to the itinerary, the tour will start at the Colosseum, where fast-track entry tickets enable you to skip the queues and begin to explore immediately. Your guide will tell you about the history of this vast amphitheatre, why and how it was built, and relay tales of the dramatic combats that took place there. Following the Colosseum, you’ll move on to the Arch of Constantine and the Forum, both nearby. The Forum was the heart of life in Ancient Rome, and is the location of the ruins of the Temple of Julius Caesar, built where he was cremated, the Arch of Titus, House of the Vestal Virgins, the Senate House and the Basilica of Maxentius, to name but a few. These ruins demonstrate the mix of politics, religion and society, for which the Forum was the hub. One of the most iconic landmarks of Rome today is Il Vittoriano; built in 1885 in honour of King Victor Emmanuel II. This vast marble structure, built in the neoclassical style is nicknamed the “Wedding Cake” by the locals. Not far from here is the Quirinal Palace, official residence of the current Italian President. Next, you’ll view the stunning Trevi Fountain, a real Baroque treasure. You will then pass by the Spanish Steps, and take a stroll to Piazza Navona with its breath-taking fountains and meander through the narrow alleyways to the Pantheon. There is no shortage of great things to see in Rome, and accompanied by a guide you can be sure to experience the very best.
Duration: 3 hours 
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Roman Forum
Regardless of any changes you wish to make to the itinerary, the tour will start at the Colosseum, where fast-track entry tickets enable you to skip the queues and begin to explore immediately. Your guide will tell you about the history of this vast amphitheatre, why and how it was built, and relay tales of the dramatic combats that took place there. Following the Colosseum, you’ll move on to the Arch of Constantine and the Forum, both nearby. The Forum was the heart of life in Ancient Rome, and is the location of the ruins of the Temple of Julius Caesar, built where he was cremated, the Arch of Titus, House of the Vestal Virgins, the Senate House and the Basilica of Maxentius, to name but a few. These ruins demonstrate the mix of politics, religion and society, for which the Forum was the hub. One of the most iconic landmarks of Rome today is Il Vittoriano; built in 1885 in honour of King Victor Emmanuel II. This vast marble structure, built in the neoclassical style is nicknamed the “Wedding Cake” by the locals. Not far from here is the Quirinal Palace, official residence of the current Italian President. Next, you’ll view the stunning Trevi Fountain, a real Baroque treasure. You will then pass by the Spanish Steps, and take a stroll to Piazza Navona with its breath-taking fountains and meander through the narrow alleyways to the Pantheon. There is no shortage of great things to see in Rome, and accompanied by a guide you can be sure to experience the very best.
Duration: 3 hours 
Admission Ticket Included
Pass By:  
Trevi Fountain
Regardless of any changes you wish to make to the itinerary, the tour will start at the Colosseum, where fast-track entry tickets enable you to skip the queues and begin to explore immediately. Your guide will tell you about the history of this vast amphitheatre, why and how it was built, and relay tales of the dramatic combats that took place there. Following the Colosseum, you’ll move on to the Arch of Constantine and the Forum, both nearby. The Forum was the heart of life in Ancient Rome, and is the location of the ruins of the Temple of Julius Caesar, built where he was cremated, the Arch of Titus, House of the Vestal Virgins, the Senate House and the Basilica of Maxentius, to name but a few. These ruins demonstrate the mix of politics, religion and society, for which the Forum was the hub. One of the most iconic landmarks of Rome today is Il Vittoriano; built in 1885 in honour of King Victor Emmanuel II. This vast marble structure, built in the neoclassical style is nicknamed the “Wedding Cake” by the locals. Not far from here is the Quirinal Palace, official residence of the current Italian President. Next, you’ll view the stunning Trevi Fountain, a real Baroque treasure. You will then pass by the Spanish Steps, and take a stroll to Piazza Navona with its breath-taking fountains and meander through the narrow alleyways to the Pantheon. There is no shortage of great things to see in Rome, and accompanied by a guide you can be sure to experience the very best.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
Pass By:  
Piazza Venezia
Regardless of any changes you wish to make to the itinerary, the tour will start at the Colosseum, where fast-track entry tickets enable you to skip the queues and begin to explore immediately. Your guide will tell you about the history of this vast amphitheatre, why and how it was built, and relay tales of the dramatic combats that took place there. Following the Colosseum, you’ll move on to the Arch of Constantine and the Forum, both nearby. The Forum was the heart of life in Ancient Rome, and is the location of the ruins of the Temple of Julius Caesar, built where he was cremated, the Arch of Titus, House of the Vestal Virgins, the Senate House and the Basilica of Maxentius, to name but a few. These ruins demonstrate the mix of politics, religion and society, for which the Forum was the hub. One of the most iconic landmarks of Rome today is Il Vittoriano; built in 1885 in honour of King Victor Emmanuel II. This vast marble structure, built in the neoclassical style is nicknamed the “Wedding Cake” by the locals. Not far from here is the Quirinal Palace, official residence of the current Italian President. Next, you’ll view the stunning Trevi Fountain, a real Baroque treasure. You will then pass by the Spanish Steps, and take a stroll to Piazza Navona with its breath-taking fountains and meander through the narrow alleyways to the Pantheon. There is no shortage of great things to see in Rome, and accompanied by a guide you can be sure to experience the very best.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Complesso del Vittoriano
Regardless of any changes you wish to make to the itinerary, the tour will start at the Colosseum, where fast-track entry tickets enable you to skip the queues and begin to explore immediately. Your guide will tell you about the history of this vast amphitheatre, why and how it was built, and relay tales of the dramatic combats that took place there. Following the Colosseum, you’ll move on to the Arch of Constantine and the Forum, both nearby. The Forum was the heart of life in Ancient Rome, and is the location of the ruins of the Temple of Julius Caesar, built where he was cremated, the Arch of Titus, House of the Vestal Virgins, the Senate House and the Basilica of Maxentius, to name but a few. These ruins demonstrate the mix of politics, religion and society, for which the Forum was the hub. One of the most iconic landmarks of Rome today is Il Vittoriano; built in 1885 in honour of King Victor Emmanuel II. This vast marble structure, built in the neoclassical style is nicknamed the “Wedding Cake” by the locals. Not far from here is the Quirinal Palace, official residence of the current Italian President. Next, you’ll view the stunning Trevi Fountain, a real Baroque treasure. You will then pass by the Spanish Steps, and take a stroll to Piazza Navona with its breath-taking fountains and meander through the narrow alleyways to the Pantheon. There is no shortage of great things to see in Rome, and accompanied by a guide you can be sure to experience the very best.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
Pass By:  
Spanish Steps
Regardless of any changes you wish to make to the itinerary, the tour will start at the Colosseum, where fast-track entry tickets enable you to skip the queues and begin to explore immediately. Your guide will tell you about the history of this vast amphitheatre, why and how it was built, and relay tales of the dramatic combats that took place there. Following the Colosseum, you’ll move on to the Arch of Constantine and the Forum, both nearby. The Forum was the heart of life in Ancient Rome, and is the location of the ruins of the Temple of Julius Caesar, built where he was cremated, the Arch of Titus, House of the Vestal Virgins, the Senate House and the Basilica of Maxentius, to name but a few. These ruins demonstrate the mix of politics, religion and society, for which the Forum was the hub. One of the most iconic landmarks of Rome today is Il Vittoriano; built in 1885 in honour of King Victor Emmanuel II. This vast marble structure, built in the neoclassical style is nicknamed the “Wedding Cake” by the locals. Not far from here is the Quirinal Palace, official residence of the current Italian President. Next, you’ll view the stunning Trevi Fountain, a real Baroque treasure. You will then pass by the Spanish Steps, and take a stroll to Piazza Navona with its breath-taking fountains and meander through the narrow alleyways to the Pantheon. There is no shortage of great things to see in Rome, and accompanied by a guide you can be sure to experience the very best.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Piazza Navona
Regardless of any changes you wish to make to the itinerary, the tour will start at the Colosseum, where fast-track entry tickets enable you to skip the queues and begin to explore immediately. Your guide will tell you about the history of this vast amphitheatre, why and how it was built, and relay tales of the dramatic combats that took place there. Following the Colosseum, you’ll move on to the Arch of Constantine and the Forum, both nearby. The Forum was the heart of life in Ancient Rome, and is the location of the ruins of the Temple of Julius Caesar, built where he was cremated, the Arch of Titus, House of the Vestal Virgins, the Senate House and the Basilica of Maxentius, to name but a few. These ruins demonstrate the mix of politics, religion and society, for which the Forum was the hub. One of the most iconic landmarks of Rome today is Il Vittoriano; built in 1885 in honour of King Victor Emmanuel II. This vast marble structure, built in the neoclassical style is nicknamed the “Wedding Cake” by the locals. Not far from here is the Quirinal Palace, official residence of the current Italian President. Next, you’ll view the stunning Trevi Fountain, a real Baroque treasure. You will then pass by the Spanish Steps, and take a stroll to Piazza Navona with its breath-taking fountains and meander through the narrow alleyways to the Pantheon. There is no shortage of great things to see in Rome, and accompanied by a guide you can be sure to experience the very best.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Piazza Navona
Regardless of any changes you wish to make to the itinerary, the tour will start at the Colosseum, where fast-track entry tickets enable you to skip the queues and begin to explore immediately. Your guide will tell you about the history of this vast amphitheatre, why and how it was built, and relay tales of the dramatic combats that took place there. Following the Colosseum, you’ll move on to the Arch of Constantine and the Forum, both nearby. The Forum was the heart of life in Ancient Rome, and is the location of the ruins of the Temple of Julius Caesar, built where he was cremated, the Arch of Titus, House of the Vestal Virgins, the Senate House and the Basilica of Maxentius, to name but a few. These ruins demonstrate the mix of politics, religion and society, for which the Forum was the hub. One of the most iconic landmarks of Rome today is Il Vittoriano; built in 1885 in honour of King Victor Emmanuel II. This vast marble structure, built in the neoclassical style is nicknamed the “Wedding Cake” by the locals. Not far from here is the Quirinal Palace, official residence of the current Italian President. Next, you’ll view the stunning Trevi Fountain, a real Baroque treasure. You will then pass by the Spanish Steps, and take a stroll to Piazza Navona with its breath-taking fountains and meander through the narrow alleyways to the Pantheon. There is no shortage of great things to see in Rome, and accompanied by a guide you can be sure to experience the very best.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Pantheon
Regardless of any changes you wish to make to the itinerary, the tour will start at the Colosseum, where fast-track entry tickets enable you to skip the queues and begin to explore immediately. Your guide will tell you about the history of this vast amphitheatre, why and how it was built, and relay tales of the dramatic combats that took place there. Following the Colosseum, you’ll move on to the Arch of Constantine and the Forum, both nearby. The Forum was the heart of life in Ancient Rome, and is the location of the ruins of the Temple of Julius Caesar, built where he was cremated, the Arch of Titus, House of the Vestal Virgins, the Senate House and the Basilica of Maxentius, to name but a few. These ruins demonstrate the mix of politics, religion and society, for which the Forum was the hub. One of the most iconic landmarks of Rome today is Il Vittoriano; built in 1885 in honour of King Victor Emmanuel II. This vast marble structure, built in the neoclassical style is nicknamed the “Wedding Cake” by the locals. Not far from here is the Quirinal Palace, official residence of the current Italian President. Next, you’ll view the stunning Trevi Fountain, a real Baroque treasure. You will then pass by the Spanish Steps, and take a stroll to Piazza Navona with its breath-taking fountains and meander through the narrow alleyways to the Pantheon. There is no shortage of great things to see in Rome, and accompanied by a guide you can be sure to experience the very best.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Free
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

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