Guided Colosseum Tours
The Colosseum is the greatest symbol of Ancient Rome. Located in the heart of Rome, the iconic structure was built almost 2,000 years ago and has witnesses the rise and fall of the Roman Empire. It was here that the gladiators and exotic animals engaged in mortal combat for the entertainment of the Roman Emperor. The Roman Guy offers guided Colosseum tours with skip the line tickets so you don't have to waste your precious vacation time waiting in long lines.
With all the options, it is tough to know which is the best Colosseum tour to book. Don't worry, all our bestselling guided tours include skip the line Colosseum tickets and exclusive access to restricted areas that include the Arena Floor, Underground and Third Level. We have options for every traveler, including a a budget-friendly express Colosseum Tour to a comprehensive Colosseum Underground Tour with Roman Forum Access. We even offer a night tour of the Colosseum if you're looking for things to do in Rome at night.
This VIP Colosseum Night Tour is as exclusive as you can get in Rome. Not only do you gain behind the scenes access to the Colosseum Arena Floor and Underground area, but you will experience them under moonlight.
You've ever wondered how people take that perfect photo looking down into the Roman Colosseum, we've got the answer. Our Special Access Top Levels Colosseum Tour is for people who embrace heights. Plus, it includes a guided Roman Forum tour.
Go behind the scenes on our exclusive Colosseum Underground and Arena Floor Tour. Led by a local English-speaking tour guide, this bestselling tour also includes a guided stroll of the Ancient City (Roman Forum and Palatine Hill).
This guided Roman Colosseum and Roman Forum tour includes skip the line tickets and behind the scenes access to the reconstructed Colosseum Arena Floor. Use a special entrance and access the Arena Floor through the Gate of Death.
This tour includes a virtual reality tour of Rome's Domus Aurea - an ancient villa built by Emperor Nero.
Plus! Visit the sprawling ruins of the Roman Forum. Stretching a whopping 200 acres, the "Golden House" even included a private lake.