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All tours include an English-speaking guide, a headset, and a shuttle picking up the group from La Nuvola Congress Centre (and return).
The journey into ancient times starts by walking into the largest amphitheatre in the ancient world the Colosseum. During the visit we shall see where gladiators and fierce animals challenged each other unto death, for the pleasure of the Emperor and the public. We then walk through what was then the center and heart of ancient Rome-the Forum. We see the Senate House, where the destiny of Rome and most of the Western world was decided. We continue to the Arch of Titus, which commemorates the Emperor’s victory over Jerusalem in 72 A.D and finally admire the Arch of Constantine, commemorating the conversion of pagan Rome to Christianity. To complete this journey through ancient Rome times, we drive by the famous Circus Maximum, and the Theater of Marcello (a forerunner of the Colosseum)…our tour ends in Piazza Venezia, to admire the huge marble monument to King Victor Emmanuel II, built at the turn of the last century.
Registration for the Imperial Rome tour is available until May 31st, 2023 by sending an email request to the address email@example.com. Please note that your booking will only be confirmed on June 1st, 2023 and a credit card will be required at the time of booking as a guarantee. The tour reservation may be cancelled without any charge prior to this date. After June 1st, the registration fee will not be refunded for cancellation or no-shows. Kindly note, the tour booking will only be charged to the provided credit card once the tour has been confirmed.
Fountains & Squares
This walking experience has been designed to cover some amongst the most interesting sites of Rome. Our first stop will be the Trevi Fountain, a baroque fountain designed in 1762 by Nicola Salvi famous for Federico Fellini´s movie “La Dolce Vita “. It is also known for the legend of the three coins: Throw three coins and make three wishes… It is believed that this act will ensure your return to the Eternal City. We continue and make our way through the alleys until we arrive to the Pantheon, one of the greatest and best preserved monuments of ancient Rome. Built by Agrippa in 27 B. C, the monument is a great example of architecture, built as a Pagan Temple it was turned into a Church in 609 by Pope Bonifacio IV. Our walk continues to Piazza Colonna where we see the marble column built by the Roman Senate in memory of the Emperor Marco Aurelio. Then we proceed to the Spanish Steps, the hour glass-shaped square is one of the most popular spots in the city. The Spanish Steps were built in 1726 by Francesco De Sanctis. At the top of the stairs you will admire an Egyptian obelisk, the so called Obelisco Sallustiano, as well as the church Trinità dei Monti with a 16th century façade by Carlo Moderno. Ample free time will be allocated to browse in the famous streets surrounding Piazza di Spagna.
Registration for the Fountains & Squares tour is available until April 28th, 2023 by sending an email request to the address firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that your booking will only be confirmed on May 2nd, 2023, and a credit card will be required at the time of booking as a guarantee. The tour reservation may be cancelled without any charge prior to this date. After May 2nd, the registration fee will not be refunded for cancellation or no-shows. Kindly note, the tour booking will only be charged to the provided credit card once the tour has been confirmed.