Rome can be visited following different strands of interest. This itinerary follows the classic one, of the city’s most famous Roman history. The Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Catacombs and the Pantheon are just some of the monuments you will visit as you discover the ancient Roman remains.
Non fuit in solo Roma peracta die.
Rome was not built in a day.
The Colosseum, the Flavian amphitheatre, is a universally known symbol of the city. Erected between 70 and 72 AD, it was the venue par excellence for gladiator shows. A unique monument in the world, perfectly preserved, which, when you visit it, will catapult your mind back two millennia.
There are more than sixty Catacombs in Rome (only five can be visited) with one hundred kilometres of underground tunnels, where numerous tombs can be found. Don’t miss the Catacombs of San Callisto, the most majestic and beautiful, the burial place of 16 pontiffs and dozens of Christian martyrs, and the Catacombs of San Sebastiano, over 12 kilometres long, named after the martyred saint who converted to Christianity.
The Pantheon: an ancient temple now a Christian Basilica in the heart of Rome. Here rest the remains of numerous famous people including Raphael Sanzio. The main feature of this more than 2000-year-old monument is the dome, the largest in the world, built of brick and concrete
The Roman Forum
The Roman Forum. Together with the Colosseum, one of the symbols of classical Rome. In addition to the numerous temples dedicated to Roman gods, admire the Arch of Titus, the 2nd-century Temple of Antoninus and Faustina with the best preserved Roman Forum and the Curia Iulia, the building where the Senate met
The tour Classical Rome can be customised to suit your needs