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A fully escorted English language guided walking tour of the monuments of ancient Rome; the tour last roughly three hours and includes entrance to the Roman Colosseum. The tour begins near the Colosseum itself and runs seven days a week, heading off at 2.30 in the afternoon during high season (pickup from central hotels starting at 1.45), and 1.30 PM in low season (pickup from central hotels starting at 1). The tour will end close by the Forum. We also offer this tour with meeting 'on-site', the only difference is that, with this tour, pick-up from your central Rome hotel is included.

A fully escorted English language guided tour of the monuments of Ancient Rome; the tour lasts around three hours and includes entrance to the Roman Colosseum as well as pick-up at your central Rome hotel. The tour runs seven days a week - we'll confirm an exact hotel pickup time when sending you your voucher, but pickups will begin around an hour before the tour is due to start.

If you'd rather make your own way to the meeting point (no hotel pickup), then we offer the same tour at a slightly lower price here.

The scope of this tour is to demonstrate the might and majesty of the Roman Empire as it survives in modern day Rome. The tour heads off to Piazza Venezia, passing the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier en route to the Capitoline Hill and the Roman Forum and surrounding area (the Curia, the Reggia, the Temple of Vesta, the Arch of Titus and the Arch of Constantine). Next is a visit to the Colosseum (again, entrance ticket is included in the cost of tour and there'll be no queuing, security checks aside) and then on to the Palatine Hill, home of the Caesars. We have information pages here for the Colosseum and here for the Roman Forum, but you hardly need telling that a visit to Rome would be incomplete without seeing them both. With this tour, you will have the benefit of a fully qualified local tour guide travelling with you at all times. You'll usually be listening in on supplied headsets. Tours are always in English though are also given in Spanish and German, French too at weekends.


To reserve your tickets for this tour of Ancient Rome, just fill out the booking form, supply us with credit card details, and we'll do the rest. There will be no charge whatsoever until we confirm your reservation. We'll then point you to our secure page, where you can print out your voucher. Print it out, take it with you and present it at the pre-arranged meeting point. As simple as that!