Skip-the-Line, private Colosseum, Forum and Palatine Tour

From EUR 50

Skip the lines at some of Rome’s busiest area. Discover the Colosseum with a private guide retelling stories about the largest amphitheater ever built. Walk along the Via Sacra through the Roman Forum, center of Roman Social life and the incredible ruins of the emperors’ palaces on Palatine Hill. This tour guarantees the highest standard of safety, following the strictest health and safety protocols.The tour follows all guidelines for social distancing as recommended by the European health agencies. n the event of need , complimentary gloves and masks for each participant will be provided for free.

What's included:
  • Qualified tour guide
  • Skip-the-line entrance ticket to the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill 
  • Private guided tour of the Colosseum 
  • All entrance and reservation fees
  • Complimentary masks and gloves
  • Complimentary map of the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

Not included:
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food and drinks
  • Hotel pick-up and drop off
  • Food and drinks (unless specified)

Know before you go:
  • Entrance is strictly limited so please arrive 15 minutes prior to the tour start time. If you arrive after your time slot you cannot be accommodated and will not be refunded
  • Join your private tour to guarantee a more enjoyable experience 
  • This tour is conducted in English only
  • Smoking, eating and drinking are not permitted on the tour

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  • Colosseum Ground level so called Arena and First Pier
  • Imperial and Triumphal Entrance
  • Imperial Box
  • First Pier
  • Roman Forum, Via Sacra, Arch of Titus, Roman Pagan Temples and more
  • Palatine Hill and remains of the Imperial Palace


Access the ground floor level of the Arena and 1st tiers of the Colosseum.
Walk along the Via Sacra to Capitol Hill and see the ruins of the Roman Forum.
Skip the long lines to the Colosseum and explore the largest building of the Roman Empire.
Hear stories about the gladiator contests and spectacles of fighting beasts built to host the gladiator battles that typified the culture of Ancient Rome, the Colosseum remains by far the most impressive building in Rome today. Meet your guide outside the Colosseum and walk to the front of the long lines with your priority entrance ticket.
Once inside the stadium, built so that members of the general public could enjoy the violent spectacles alongside the Roman emperors, learn how people were seated by social rank and wealth. Hear about the gladiatorial games that were officially banned in 438 AD and how fights between wild beasts continued until 523.
Exit the Colosseum and walk along the Via Sacra to Capitol Hill and see the ruins of the Roman Forum, the  ancient Rome’s social and political center and Palatine Hill. Take a leisurely stroll to the remains of the Imperial Palace.


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