A full-day immersion in the pulsing heart of ancient Rome, between the interiors and arena of the Colosseum and the stunning ruins of the Roman Forum. Inside the renowned Flavian Amphitheater and in the pulsing heart of ancient Rome, a journey back in time to the glory days of what was once a powerful empire. Take a look at the magnificent Colosseum, one of history’s most famous structures! Of course, such acclaim attracts swarms of tourists. But, like a modern-day Roman dignitary, this priority-entrance ticket allows you to avoid the plebes, giving you an hour to explore the Colosseum and then reach the Roman Forum.
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Follow in the footsteps of the Roman emperors returning from the battle of victory along Ancient Sakura Street, admire the Triumphal Arch of Constantine, Titus and Septimius Severus, and discover the stories and curiosity hidden in their wonderful reliefs. Upon arriving at the Roman Forum, the economic and political center of ancient Rome, you can admire the fascinating ruins of the magnificent temple, including the majestic pillars of the Temple of Saturn and the altar with the body of the great Julius Caesar. Cremation. You will see how they should have seen the time of the Roman emperor and discover the mysteries and everyday life of Vestal Virgin, a powerful senator and the common people.
During Rome's Republican era, Palatine Hill became the house of Rome`s maximum wealthy citizens. In 27 B.C., after Octavian had defeated forces dependable to Mark Anthony and Cleopatra, the Roman Senate proclaimed him emperor, with the title “Augustus.” He constructed his authentic house on Palatine Hill. The ruins of that highly modest domestic are nowadays open to the general public and called “Domus Augustini '' (House of Augustus).
Visit the Colosseum, a must-see symbol of Rome! Discover the 2000-year history of pain, exotic animal hunting, stunning shows, and the bloody executions of Rome's largest monument. Don't waste your vacation time waiting in long lines with Skiptheline Access! Wonderful work of graphic reconstruction and 3D models, the guide will show you the magnificent atmosphere of the largest amphitheater in the entire Roman Empire!