With the Emperors

from/per person 102.00
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  • Access for disabled
  • Audio guide
  • Groups allowed
  • Pet allowed
  • Tour guides


  • Tour Length: About 3 hours.
  • Includes entrance to the Coliseum and the Roman Forum.
  • Includes close observation of Titus Gate.
Toady, Rome is the capital city of Italy, a great magnificent city, full of life & beauty. But you don’t have to try hard to find evidence that Rome has been this great, magnificent, full of life & beauty city 2,000 years ago as well as today.
Tradition tells us that Rome was established in 753 B.C., and has been populated ever since. Even in its toughest times, Rome was never abandoned by its residents. This is why Rome is called The Eternal City.
Every street corner has in it archeological evidence to the thousands year-old greatness of Rome, but we don’t need archeologists to tell us about the greatness of the capital city of the Roman Empire. It will be sufficient to join me in the ” With the Emperors ” tour, in which I will open for you a virtual reality window into the past life in the Roman Empire.

The tour starts in the most famous place in Rome and in all of Italy: the Coliseum– one of the Seven Wonders of the World – a Wonder that stands in its place for almost 2,000 years. After we understand what went on in the Coliseum throughout the years, we’ll keep traveling to the center of Ancient Rome where the government and trade buildings once stood: the Imperial & Roman Forum area.

At the end of via dei Fori Imperiali Street, we will reach a giant monument made of shining white marble: the Vittoriano ,Altar of the Motherland in Piazza Venezia . Why was it built? You will soon find out…

From there we will keep going to the City Hall on top of the Capitol Hill. Not many cities have a Municipality Building sitting in a square built by a great artist.

In Rome, this artist is no other than Michelangelo. After a coffee break, we will continue our tour in the direction of Largo di Torre Argentina: there we will look at a few ancient temples.

We will end our tour at a beautiful structure, the only structure that completely survived the Roman Imperialism to this very day, the Pantheon.