In the center of the modern city there is the pulsating heart of Ancient Rome: a set of large public squares, the fulcrum of the political, jurisdictional and community business.

The Roman Forum, absolute center of social and religious life of the Ancient Rome, occupies an old depression dominated by the most famous hills: the Palatine and Capitoline Hill, the first connected to the legendary tradition of the foundation of Rome by Romulus and decorated by huge imperial palaces, the second symbol of the religious power with its majestic Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus.

In the surrounding areas, Julius Caesar, Augustus, Vespasian, Nerva and Trajan completed the area of public squares, surrounding the republican roman Forum with the Fori Imperiali.

After having drained the gigantic lake existing inside the Domus Aurea of Nero, Vespasian was responsible for the construction of the Colosseum, the biggest and most famous roman amphitheatre, inaugurated by his son Titus, considered one of the seven wonders of the modern world.

Next to it, the first Christian emperor of the history of Rome, Constantine, erected the monumental Arch of Costantine, as an eternal memory of the famous battle of Ponte Milvio, with the vision of the cross in the sky.

The duration of the Tour will be about 3 hours, and it will include visits to the Roman Forum and the Colosseum, with ax external examination of the Fori Imperiali and the Arch of Constantine.

The Tour does not include entrance tickets to the Roman Forum and the Colosseum.