Fast Track Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
The Colosseum & Imperial Rome Tour is an exclusive tour of three of Ancient Rome's most important sites - the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.
This three hour excursion is not just fascinating, informative and comprehensive, but the best value-for-money Colosseum tour available. The tour includes special VIP access to all three sites, all entrance fees, headsets, small groups and knowledgeable, enthusiastic English-speaking guides.
Your expert guide will impress you with stories and secrets as you marvel at Rome’s most ancient landmarks and their breathtaking architecture. Small tour groups ensure that you can get the most from your visit by chatting with the guide and asking any questions you might have.
You will get an overview over the archaeological area and see the largest and best-preserved triumphal arch in Rome: the Arch of Constantine. Then you will enter the Coliseum and once inside, our guide will explain the fascinating shows that were held here, such as the gladiator and animal fighting’s.
You will continue discovering the Roman Forum, the political and economic center of the Empire and continue your visit up to the Palatine Hill, seat of the Emperor’s Palaces.
From here you will enjoy a breath-taking view over the Forum and the Circus Maximus.
The Colosseum has stood for over 2000 years, but that doesn’t mean it’ll be around forever! This tour is truly one of the best value for money, so avoid disappointment and secure your place today.
- Skip the Line access to the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.
- Monolingual guide ( English Only)
- Small Groups - Max 20 Pax
Please note pick up transfers (one way) are available on this tour.
- Please note transfers are only available for centrally located hotels; we regret that we are not able to offer transfers from outside the city centre.
- Transfers are available from hotel to meeting point only.
IMPORTANT: Renovation work is currently taking place on the exterior part of the Colosseum. Work will be done in stages and only a quarter of the Colosseum will be worked on at any one time. Tours which visit inside the Colosseum will run as planned and will not be affected.