Skip the line: Colosseum Underground and Ancient Rome Tour
- Priority VIP access with no lines
- Exclusive access to Colosseum Underground and Arena floor
- Tour of the Roman Forum and Palatine hill
- Free time on sight to enjoy and wander at own pace
- Stories to hold onto for a lifetime
- Colosseum Underground and Arena floor
- Roman Forum
- Arch of Constantine
- Arch of Titus
- Via Sacra
- Stadium of Domitian
- Emperor's palace
- Roman Aqueducts
- Farense Gardens
- Palatine Hill
Our best-selling tour! The Colosseum Underground and Arena floor are some of the most fascinating and brilliant sites you will ever see in Rome. Discover all the facets that these structures conceal, how they were built, what their purpose was, and who their protagonists were. The way the Romans designed these underpaths will blow your mind...
The glorious Arena, which was home for shows on water and sand, was famous for hosting extremely dramatic and cruel shows. Be amazed by how far the Emperor would go to make these shows most fascinating for his audience.
The Colosseum Underground and Arena can easily be considered some of the most important constructions for politics and entertainment for many centuries. Filled with tunnels and walls, some still standing from the Roman times, these areas will allow you to dive deep into the past and understand how the Emperor communicated his power to his people, through battles and shows, and how the Romans spent their leisure time.
Palatine Hill & Roman Forum
Your tour will then lead you on a journey through the Palatine Hill & Roman Forum where you will be able to admire the incredible ruins, and enjoy panoramic views of the Colosseum.
The Roman Forum was the social, political, religious and financial centre of the Roman Empire and the most incredible site of Ancient Roman civilization with various structures still standing. All layers of Roman society rubbed shoulders together daily whether, for personal, business or political purposes, anyone from homeless beggars to rich senators could be found there.
The Palatine Hill is the foundation point of Rome and still holds today, many layers of history. You can find ruins from the early kingdom of Rome in 7th century BCE and the Roman Republic in the later centuries BCE to the jaw dropping palace of Emperor Domitian in the Imperial Age. Further, you can see the more recent presence of the Farnese family during the Renaissance and that of Mussolini in the 20th century.
Picture perfect moments that are not to be missed when visiting the Eternal City, Rome.
Enjoy wandering around these amazing historical areas.
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Please note that your ID may be required at the entrance. Guests who show up without an ID may not be able to access the areas of the Colosseum. No suitcase compartment is available.