Ancient Rome
Duration: 3 hours
Location: Rome

Discover the Ancient Rome with our Private Tour.

With us you get a private guide who stay with you the whole time.

Our Ancient Rome tour is a customized Tour to show you in 3 hours the heart of the Capital of the Roman Empire. To be a private tour you will have your private Licensed Guide the whole time only for you, no others but your party. Guide will take to inside the Colosseum skipping the line, to the Palatine Hill to see the Emperors palace to the Center of the politic and religious center of ancient Rome, the Roman Forum. From the begin of the Empire to the rise of the Christianity with our private tour you will discover the facts and anecdotes behind the scene of the most powerful Empire of the human been.

Contact us at info@newromefreetour.com for availability, booking procedure and cost.

  • Route

    Colosseum, Arch of Constantine the Great, Palatine Hill, Domus Augustana, Temple of Venus, Arch of Titus, Maxentius Basilica, Vestals House, Temple of Caesar, Curia, Roman Forum.
  • Meeting Place

    Your personal private Licensed Guide will wait for you by the Colosseum and take you straight in the sites skipping all lines.
  • Group Size

    Ancient Rome Tour is rigidly a private tour, not group tour. Group size is your party size.
 

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Colosseum

Is considered one of the greatest works of Roman Engineering and Architecture is the largest Amphitheater in the world. Build in the 1st Century by the Flavian Dynasty to be the biggest Amphitheater of the whole Roman Empire used for entertainment from 1st Century to the fall of the Empire.

Constantine the Great

Flavius Valerius Constantinus enacted many financial, administrative, military and social reforms. Constantine played an important and influential role in the proclamation of the Edit of Milan with co-author Licinius in 313 AD which decreed tolerance for Christianity in the Roman Empire.

Curia

The meeting House of the Roman Senate was know as Curia. The institution of the Senate is ascribed to the founder of Rome Romulus. The actual monument was build by Caesar and called Curia Julia.