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Small-Group Tour of the Colosseum Including Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

  • Enjoy a comprehensive overview of ancient Rome’s most important sites
  • Beat the crowds and save time with skip-the-line Colosseum access
  • A small group tour makes for a relaxing, personal way to explore
Small-Group Tour of the Colosseum Including Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
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Embark on this comprehensive tour of ancient Rome’s most important landmarks, including the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. Don’t waste time waiting for hours in line: skip-the-line access means you’ll be whisked right inside the Colosseum. A small-group tour makes for an intimate way to discover the sights, while included audio headsets mean you won’t miss a single word from your guide. Continue to the Palatine Hill for panoramic city views.

What to Expect

This small-group tour begins at a meeting point just outside of the Colosseum’s entrance. Lines for the UNESCO World Heritage Site are famously long, but skip-the-line access means you’ll save hours otherwise spent waiting.

Follow your guide inside, put on audio headsets, and discover this world-famous landmark up close. You’ll hear stories about the gladiators who once fought here, as well as the long history of the Colosseum.

Next, the tour continues in the Roman Forum, just adjacent from the Colosseum. Home to a heavy concentration of priceless ruins, the Forum was once the heart of the Roman Empire. See Julius Caesar’s final resting place, the Temple of the Vestal Virgins, and more.

The final stop on the tour is Palatine Hill. Climb up to the top for views overlooking the Roman Forum and beyond, and hear the Romulus and Remus myth from your guide. The tour ends back in front of the Roman Forum.

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Reviewed 3 days ago
Amazing experience

It was suggested to me while planning our trip to Italy that a guided tour is essential. Walks of Italy was recommended to me by a friend of mine and I am so glad that I took this advice. My granddaughter and I were in...More

2  Thank Julianna22
Reviewed 4 days ago
We Recommend!

This was our second Walks of Italy tour. Vanessa was just as exceptional as Christina (Vatican). We highly recommend!

Thank Keller49
Reviewed 4 days ago
Awesome tour!

This tour is amazing, and our guide Francesco was fantastic. We had been to the Colosseum before, but it was awesome to be able to now tour the underground where the gladiators and the exotic animals would have passed thousands of years ago! I would...More

Thank John C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Spent an amazing morning yesterday with Francisco showing us the colloseum , Forum and Palatine. He was extremely knowledgeable and was happy to spend extra time answering questions from the group. Felt the tour was excellent value for money.

Thank Dawn A
Reviewed 1 week ago
Totally Enjoyable!

Claudia was our tour guide. She made it fun, informative, and tied in all kinds of additional historical facts. She was enthusiastic, loved what she was doing, kept the pace well while making sure everyone was doing fine. She gave us plenty of time to...More

Thank dajewitt1
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Keli L
8 July 2018|
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Response from Denise F | Reviewed this property |
A drivers license or passport should work to establish student age.
12 June 2018|
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Response from emily1954 | Reviewed this property |
By the low, they can not put more that 25 people in the group. But it depend of how many people made reservation on the particular tour. In Rome Colosseum tour we had approximate 20 people, in Florence it was only 10, in... More
3 June 2018|
Response from Nathan C | Reviewed this property |
No, you would need to leave your bags at the hotel.