On this tour, we experience the entirety of historical Rome. There are numerous sites to behold, starting with the Pyramid of Caius Cestius followed by the ruins of Caracalla Baths.
We visit, what is known as the "Centre of Rome" - the Capitol and Piazza Venezia, the city's center square.
In the afternoon, we head to the anciet parts of the city and experience the Colosseum and Roman Forum, which date back to 80 AD and is perhaps the greatest and most famous of the city's monuments.
In the past centuries, about 50,000 spectators sat here spellbound as gladiators locked in fights and wild beasts were slained. The horror and fascination of it all springs to life as you explore these ruins. You will pause at a vantage point overlooking the Forum where numerous foundations, columns and arches have survived the religious, civil and commercial hub of imperial Rome.
Following the Colosseum, we head right into the historical centre of the city, where it is necessary to park the car and walk since the streets are so ancient and so narrow. We will venture by foot, only about 150 meters to the Trevi Fountain, which is famous the world over and an undeniable feast for the eyes. It is truly epic! There have been many movies shot here, including " A Roman Holiday" and La Dolce Vita.
From here, we head over to the Spanish Steps where you can see the marvelous fountain and then onto the Pantheon and Piazza Navona designed by Bernini. Religious and artistic highlights abound during this entire tour.
Unquestionably, the Roman antiquities will have you gazing in awe. It is our greatest hope that we make them come alive for you!
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