Privileged Entrance Colosseum with Rome Walking Tour
Tour Rome with VIP Colosseum Entry
On this action-packed Rome tour, skip the lines and crowds at the Colosseum & Roman Forum, then visit Rome’s most celebrated spots, such as the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona.
- Skip the Line Colosseum Tour
- Palatine Hill
- Ancient Roman Forum
- Capitoline Hill
- Trevi Fountain
- Gelato Stop
- Piazza Navona
Did gladiators have the bodies of Greek and Roman gods? Did Nero really have a palace the size of a small city? Should you really throw a coin in the Trevi fountain or is it bad luck? These are just a few of the many questions that we are ready to answer for you as your journey with us begins to explore ancient and more modern Rome.
This guided Rome exploration combines our Colosseum Highlights Tour with Roman Forum & Palatine Hill with an additional city walking tour. So, not only will you breeze past the crowds with VIP Colosseum access, you will also see many of the other landmarks you came to Rome to experience. This 5.5 hour tour includes:
- Skip the line Colosseum tickets & guided tour
- Skip the line Roman Forum tickets & guided tour
- A maximum group size of 16
- A Rome walking tour including Capitoline Hill, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon and Piazza Navona
- Engaging, English-speaking guide
- Most delicious gelato on the planet
Skip the Line Colosseum Tour
Enter the Roman Colosseum, also nicknamed the Flavian Amphitheater, skipping the line, allowing you to feel like a true VIP as you dodge the lines and crowds. Your expert guide will set the scene for what it felt like to attend the rattling events that took place inside of the Colosseum, usually gladiator fights and even public executions.
On this experience, you’ll visit the first and second tiers of the Colosseum, areas reserved for seating Rome’s most elite classes during the Colosseum’s gladiator games. Your guide will enlighten you with some of the most intriguing stories of some of the Colosseum’s most gruesome events.
Guided Tour of Palatine Hill
Follow your guide to the site that’s said to be the site where Romulus founded the city of Rome in 753 B.C. Wondering about the lifestyle of the rich and the famous, ancient Rome edition? Palatine Hill is the best stop to learn about it. Palatine Hill was like the Beverly Hills of ancient Rome, full with ornate palaces with lavish amenities. One of the palaces you’ll visit, the Palace of Domitian, even had its own amphitheater inside of the property.
Ancient Roman Forum
Explore the ruins that made up ancient Rome’s downtown area. As a political and social hub of the city, this is where Rome’s most important decisions were made. Trace the footsteps of Julius Caesar and visit popular sites such as the Arch of Titus and Senate House.
Also known as Campidoglio, Capitoline Hill is one of the seven hills of Rome. In the center of the piazza, you will find Palazzo Senatorio, Rome’s city hall. You’ll get to look out over the views of the Roman Forum and capture the essence of ancient Rome.
Check out the most famous fountain not only in Rome, but probably the world. Depicting the Greek god Oceanus, this fountain portrays the changing tides of the ocean. With your right hand, toss a coin into the fountain over your left shoulder and you’re said to have a guaranteed return to the Eternal City.
Even though you’re seeing Rome’s best sites, all of this walking can definitely tire you out. That’s why we built in a gelato break to keep you fueled during your walking tour. We’ll stop at one of our local favorites before heading to our next stop.
Known as the most well-preserved ancient Roman building, the Pantheon exemplifies classic Greek architecture. When you see it, you’ll begin to notice how many buildings have been modeled after this classic architecture, such as the U.S. Capitol and Jefferson Memorial. Previously a temple housing classic art pieces, the Pantheon is now considered a church.
Finish your tour off in the beautiful Piazza Navona, one of Rome’s most popular squares, home to tons of bars and restaurants. The piazza was actually built on top of the Stadium of Domitian, one of ancient Rome’s most popular arenas, aside from the Colosseum. In the center of the piazza, you’ll notice a large Egyptian Obelisk with characters that mention Emperor Domitian.
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I thought it was great, we got to knock out the Colosseum and the Spanish Steps/Trevi Fountain in the same tour. The guide was amazing and the 5 hours flew by.
This was a great tour. We could not believe how much there was to learn and how knowledgeable our tour guide was. This tour was definitely the highlight of our visit to Rome.
This was such a great way to see the Colosseum. By getting in early, we got to experience the Colosseum without the crowds, which was wonderful. Definitely recommend this tour to anyone visiting Rome.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where to meet?
Green Souvenir Kiosk in front of “Colosseo” metro stop - located just outside the lower level entry. A representative will be there holding a sign with our company name on it.
What to bring?
Archaeological sites are normally paved with rocky terrain so wear comfortable sneakers. Bring sunscreen and a water bottle for hot summer months. We recommend bringing a snack just in case you get hungry during your tour.
Q: Does this tour still run if it rains?
Rain happens, but the show must go on. We'll run our Colosseum tours rain or shine.
Q: What if I'm not sure about my mobility?
A: If you have any doubts about your mobility, we strongly suggest you take a Private Colosseum Tour.