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on a sunny sunday entering the unknown TERME DI DIOCLEZIANO I had an incredible surprise; the large cloister built by MICHELANGELO, the BATHS of romans with enormous swimming pool; tumbs and enormous spaces......
We did the Ancient Rome Walking Tour with "Enjoy Rome Tours". Had a great guide named Giuseppe. This tour included walks thru the Coleseum, and Roman Forum amongst other things. Giuseppe was very knowledgeable and made the tour enjoyable. This should be on every visitors...More
We booked our tour with Liberty Travel in New York. The tour was operated by I Love Rome Tours. Our guides name was Egle and she was terrific. She spoke fluent English so we could ubderstand and her knowledge of the Colosseum the Forum and...More
I have been to Rome a couple of times and can’t have enough. New excavations.. Roman ruins everywhere... what a place! The magnitude of the Empire and the ancient city is overwhelming and intriguing. I just need to understand more.
They don't call it ancient Rome for nothing...it's a lot of ruins with not mutch still recognizable as the grand city it once was. You need to really bring your imagination to envision what this area was once like. I preferrred the Collesium and other...More
The TripAdvisor database doesn’t have an option for some of the Ancient Roman structures. As you work your way through “roped off” areas, you come across Trajan’s Market and Forum along with The Forum of Augustus with Temple of Mars. Even though, not much of...More
So we have visited Ancient Rome twice now, once in 2014 and once in our Italian road trip recently. Each time it never fails to amaze and having visited recently again it felt like a different place as more of the area has been uncovered....More