First Time Visitor, Museums / Culture, Youth and Family
Kid Friendly: Yes. This is the perfect tour for families with children and I can tailor information with kid-friendly content. You can use the stroller in the Colosseum, but it's not recommendable to use a stroller in the Roman Forum.
At the Colosseum there is an elevator
At the Roman Forum the ground is uneven but there are some wheelchair accessible paths
Maximum travelers: 6
English (fluent), Italian (fluent)
Private tour with an archaeologist and licensed tour guide
We'll visit the Colosseum, the symbol of Rome, also known as the Flavian Amphitheater.
Then we'll walk through Ancient Rome at the Roman Forum, the the center of public life in Rome, with its temples and public buildings.
Walking on the Via Sacra, you'll relive a day in the heart of the religious, political and social life in Ancient Rome. Discover how pagan temples and other sites were converted into churches, and be amazed by the triumphal arches and the imposing basilicas.
(for an indeep visit, choose tour #307764)
Useful tips for visiting:
Bring some water, sunscreen, wear comfortable shoes and takes lots of pictures!
- Roman Forum
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Meeting location: Meeting point is at the exit of the "Colosseo" subway station at ground floor, in Via dei Fori Imperiali, just in front of the Colosseum
On request, I can meet you at your hotel and then go together by cab
End location: At Roman Forum exit
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 EUR - -Cost for a taxi ride from your hotel
I'm not a driver. I provide walking tours. If needed, we can take cabs or I can arrange for a separate car or minivan and driver.
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Francesca was an amazing tour guide! She was very thorough and great with our two teenagers! She met us on site and explained a lot of detail which made it easy to understand. We are glad we arrived at 8:30 am as it does get crowded - and that can make for an uncomfortable wait - especially in the hot summer months. Dress cool and comfortable and enjoy ancient Rome!