Go back hundreds of years with our Ancient Rome private tour and discover the fascinating history Imperial Rome. Walk around the most important Roman remains and monuments like the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill and the Forums discovering many curiosities about life in the Ancient Empire. Follow your local certified guide to discover its beauty and the history of Roman nobility and their stunning houses. Feel free to ask your guide about any curiosities.
On this 2-hour Rome private walking tour you will learn more about the Roman history’s most illustrious figures: from Julius Caesar to Augustus and notorious emperor Nero. The Ancient Rome private walking tour takes you on an unforgettable journey through the beating heart of the imperial capital.
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Costatine Arch, next to the Coloseum.
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The Arch of Constantine is located along the Via Triumphalis in Rome, and it is situated between the Flavian Amphitheater (better known as the Colosseum) and the Temple of Venus and Roma.
The Colosseum is the main symbol of Rome. It is an imposing construction that, with almost 2,000 years of history, will bring you back in time to discover the way of life in the Roman Empire. The Flavius amphitheatre is the biggest and most imposing in the Roman world, but is also the most famous monument in Rome and is known as the "Colosseum" or "Coliseum". Started by Emperor Vespasian of the Flavia family, it was opened by his son Titus in 80 A.D.
Arch of Titus
The Arch of Titus dates back to the 1st century AD and was erected by Domitian in 81 AD. Located on the Via Sacra in Rome, the monument stands just south-east of the Roman Forum. The arch is a popular tourist attraction for its rich history and grand structure. Towering over its surroundings, the arch contains panels which depict the triumphal procession celebrated in 71 AD after the Roman victory culminating in the fall of Jerusalem, and provides one of the few contemporary depictions of artefacts of Herod’s Temple.
The Imperial Forums in Rome include a series of monumental piazzas built between 46 B.C.E. and 113 A.D.
The Roman Forum was the pulsing heart of Rome, the city’s main piazza where citizens of every social level met to exchange opinions, do business, buy in the markets and renew their strength over a tasty dish and a cup of good wine.
One of the most intricate ancient landmarks in Rome, the enormous Trajan's Column (Colonna di Traiano) near Quirinal Hill was built in the second century to commemorate Emperor Trajan’s victory over the Dacians.
Piazza Venezia / Altar of the Fatherland
Piazza Venezia or Venice Square is a square in Rome located where four major roads meet. These roads are the Via del Corso, Via del Plebiscito, Via di Teatre Marcello and Via dei Fori Imperiali. Through these four roads, Piazza Venezia is also known for its chaotic traffic.
Piazza del Campidoglio is a monumental square located on the top of the Campidoglio hill in Rome. It rises on the Asylum, the depression located between the Arx and the Capitolium, the two summits of the Capitol, and beneath it is the Tabularium, visible from the Roman Forum. Despite an initial abandonment in the medieval period, the Tabularium, already in the twelfth century, had been chosen as the seat of the municipality.
Theatre of Marcellus
With its rows of arches and its more recent, unusually high windows, theTheatre of Marcellus is one of the oldest examples of an entertainment venue that was very popular among ancient Romans. Located in the Campus Martius area, between the Tiber and the Campidoglio, it is a striking example of the kinds of modification and changes of use undergone by ancient Roman monuments over the centuries.
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