The largest amphitheater in the ancient world, used for 500 years with its ingenious undergrounds and the thousand stories of its gladiators, is perhaps the best known monument in the world. The entrance ticket can also include a visit to the Palatine Hill, the “palace” of the emperors, and the Roman Forum, from where Rome ruled for 1000 years: an understatement to call it a square! Entry without queue.
If the Colosseum is an unmissable destination, a visit to the Colosseum with an archaeologist-guide will become a truly original experience. A journey through time that with the help of games, visual aids and stories, will make children relive the life of gladiators and emperors. A child-friendly tour that will captivate adults too.
Travel just a few kilometers away from Rome’s bustling city center to find yourself immersed in History and Nature. Extraordinarily beautiful landscapes that frame ruins that are sometimes difficult to decipher. With the help of an expert archaeological guide, these ruins still tell their past today: Ostia Antica, Villa Adriana, Porto, Villa dei Quintili, Palestrina will no longer be a mystery!
Hidden places, once secret, reveal their millenary history to us. A few examples? Let’s go into the bowels of Rome to discover the history of the first Christians in the galleries of the Catacombs, or an underground Mithraeum discovered only thanks to the insomnia of an Irish priest in the Basilica of San Clemente.
Between Lazio and Tuscany there are suspended places in a timeless atmosphere where you can live a unique and significant experience. Cerveteri, Tarquinia, Veio, Rosellae awaken our sense of mystery, the search for lost civilizations: come and discover the Etruscans with an expert guide who will be able to lead you through the secrets of this ancient and fascinating civilization. Also suitable for children.
Archaeological museums enrich the knowledge of a site and promote understanding, because they show what can only be imagined elsewhere. From the large spaces of the Capitoline Museums and Castel Sant’Angelo, passing through the more modest ones of Palazzo Altemps and Palazzo Massimo, to the smaller ones collected within individual archaeological areas. There is something for everyone!
Since the 18th century, people crossed Europe to learn about and admire ancient culture, especially in Rome. Whether it is a site or individual ruins, the Roman walks thus became a landmark that still today offers beauty and enchantment, just like 300 years ago.
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