Guided tour Coliseum and the Vatican Museums.
Walking through history: Guided tour Coliseum, symbol of the times of ancient Rome and the area that surrounds it, the most beautiful and important archaeological site in the world, the Arch of Constantine, the Roman Forum, the Via Sacra and the Arch of Titus built in honor of the emperor to celebrate the sacking of Jerusalem.
We will also visit the Palatine Hill, the place where the city of Rome was founded.
The tour continues with a visit to the Vatican Museums, one of the most important art collections in the world. The itinerary includes the Sala del Pio Clementino, the Cortile del Belvedere with the Laocoon and Apollo, the Galleria dei Candelabri, the Galleria degli Arazzi , Gallery of Geographical Maps and obviously the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Rome – corner via Claudia with via Capo D’Africa|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive half an hour before the start of the guide.|
no pick-up service
The “Ancient Rome” tour is conducted only in English with a minimum of 18 people.
It is forbidden to enter the Colosseum with suitcases, backpacks and bulky bags. There is no stock deposit in the Colosseum.
During the Colosseum guided tour it is forbidden to carry suitcases, backpacks and bulky bags with you and luggage storage is not available. The museum requires wheelchair users to take a different route than our usual tour.
It is not allowed to enter churches in shorts, bare shoulders, mini-skirts. It is also forbidden to enter the Museum with metal objects, umbrellas and backpacks.
If St. Peter’s Basilica is closed for religious ceremonies, the Art Gallery will be visited as an alternative to St. Peter’s Square.
The full day tour includes a visit to two of the most famous places in Rome. In the morning you can admire the Colosseum, a symbol of the times of ancient Rome, the Palatine, the birthplace of the city and the Roman Forum.
After lunch, the tour continues with a visit to the Vatican Museums. The itinerary includes the Sala del Pio Clementino, the Cortile del Belvedere with Laocoonte and Apollo, the Gallery of the Candelabra, the Gallery of the Tapestries, the Gallery of Geographical Maps and the Sistine Chapel where you will admire Michelangelo’s frescoes.
From the Museum you will go directly to St. Peter’s Basilica here you can see, among others, Michelangelo’s masterpiece, La Pietà.