CIVITAVECCHIA Roman Colosseum and Panoramic of Rome

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  • CIVITAVECCHIA 1
  • ITALY

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ITINERARY:

  • Port of Civitavecchia
  • Panoramic Tour of Rome
  • Roman Colosseum
  • Port of Civitavecchia

DURATION:

  • FULL DAY - 6 to 8 HOURS

SUPPLEMENTS:

  • Required Earphones: 2,50€/person
  • Entrance to: Coloseum 15,00€/person
  • Reduced price 2.00€: for  young people under 18 years
  • Free entrance for: children under 2 year of age

Our Shore2Shore assistant will meet you at the port of Civitavecchia.

 

We will leave the port by coach to reach Rome with an approximate journey of an hour and a half passing through the "Campina", north of Rome.

The visit of the city will begin with a panoramic tour by bus through Rome, which will help us to know the city and that will end with the visit of the Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine.

We will pass by Corso Vittorio Emanuele with the San Angelo Castle and Corso Rinascimento, crossing the "Rubio Tiber" until arriving at the Palacio Madama, seat of the Senate of the Republic and Largo Argentina, where one day in March of 44 a. C. Julio Cesar died assassinated.

Admire the Plaza Venecia that houses the majestic monument known as Victoriano or Altar de la Patria, initially erected to celebrate the nation's unification and then dedicated to the fallen in wars; the Plaza del Capitolio, transformed by the genius of Michelangelo into the first modern square in Rome and nowadays the seat of the town hall and the Column of the Emperor Traiano.

If the time allows us, we will continue along the wonderful Vía Dei Fori Imperiali, with the remains of Rome's glorious past until arriving at the Colosseum, most emblematic monument of the Eternal City. Built to celebrate the greatness of an empire and a city that marked world history, and thanks to our guides, we will discover the secrets of this monument.

After the visit to the Roman Colosseum, we will pass through the Arch of Constantine, erected to commemorate the victory of Constantine I the Great at the Battle of the Milvian Bridge on October 28, 312, and other previous emperors.

From here, walk on foot to return to the bus after a day suspended in time between Empire and Papacy, between Christians and pagans in the most "beautiful city in the world".

Return to the port of Civitavecchia.