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Skip the line and enjoy priority entrance to the Colosseum, home of the original gladiatorial battles. The largest ever built in the Roman Empire, completed in 80AD, the Colosseum is one of the most important monuments of all time. You can almost hear the lions roar as you breathe in the past.
Understand the history of ancient Rome influenced by tyrannical leaders such as Julius Caesar and Nero. Learn about the mysterious origins of Rome, and why the Roman Empire collapsed approximately 1,200 years later. You will see the Arch of Constantine, Temple of Vesta, the Arch of Titus, the Curia and so much more.
Then wander to the Trevi Fountain (throw in your coins to ensure your return to Rome). Then Piazza Navona with the Baroque sculpture, Fountain of the Four Rivers. Then to the Pantheon which, without a shadow of a doubt is one of the oldest and most spectacular buildings ever created.
After a break for lunch, Skip the Line to with your priority entrance tickets to the Vatican Museums. Take in the grandeur of the major galleries including the Pio-Clementine Museum, Room of the Muses, Round Room, Greek Cross Room, Gallery of Tapestries, Gallery of Maps, Rooms of Raphael and culminating the visit inside the Sistine Chapel.
We then head to St. Peter's Square where the tour concludes on the portico. If you want to visit the church, your guide will provide you with skip the line access. so you can see the Pieta, the Holy Alter and works by Bernini and Raphael.Book Now
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01 April - 10 Nov daily except Sunday and Public holidays.
11 Nov - 31 Mar, Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat
Meeting Point Map provided with confirmation details.
Priority Entrance tickets, Professional Guide
A strict dress code applies at the Vatican: Knees and shoulders must be covered.
No shorts, 3/4 pants or miniskirts allowed.
We recommend you wear comfortable shoes as there is walking involved.
Just a short and overdue note to mention how much we enjoyed our tour of Rome in Feb. 2010. The "we" refers to four of us -- my brother and sister-in-law and my wife and me. We spent four days and were fortunate to benefit from a wonderful tour guide, Francesca Tolomei. She was a delight -- extremely personable, spoke very good English, and knew her Roman history. She was also superb in recommending restaurants off the beaten tourist track. Overall, we found her to be as the French say "trs gniale", and we shall look for her again on our next trip.