Ancient Rome Free Walking Tour
During the centuries when Rome was Caput Mundi (capital of the world), the forum was the Roman Empire’s political, social and commercial heart. Senators, slaves and commoners alike crossed paths in this bustling city centre, visiting the district’s courthouses, temples, government offices and shops. You will admire them again from the breathtaking terrace of the Capitol Hill. We will proceed towards the most internationally recognized symbol of the Ancient Rome, the Colosseum.
This tour will take you to a journey back in time to discover and learn the history of the Roman Republic and the Imperial Rome and its most important monument.
Provided by New Rome Free Tour
- BOOKING IS COMPULSORY
- When: every day at 11.00 am
- Where: Trajan Column
- Duration: 2h
- Language: English only
- Itinerary: Trajan Column, Piazza Venezia, Victor Emanuel Monument, Theatre of Marcellus and entrance to the Jewish Ghetto, Capitol Hill, Michelangelo Square, Roman and Imperial Fora, Palatine Hill and Colosseum (Outside only)
- Additional info: due to the nature of this tour, (duration 2 hours), its route, and for safety reasons, that it is NOT SUITABLE for children under 10 years of age and that the USE OF A STROLLER IS NOT POSSIBLE