You’ll tick off some of Rome’s must-see sights on this tour. For starters, there’s the Colosseum. A huge mass of arches and columns, it once held crowds of up to 50,000 people who came to watch the gory gladiator battles in action. Just next door you’ve got the Roman Forum – the beating heart of ancient Rome. Venice Square takes that title today, and you’ll get to see it next. The piazza is dominated by a huge white monument to Victor Emmanuel, Italy’s first king. You’ll also tick off the Baths of Caracalla, the Pyramid of Caius Cestius, and leafy Villa Borghese Park. Your guide will fill you in on all the history as you make your way around the city. Later, you’ll have the whole afternoon to explore it at your own pace. You’ll be given a map and all the information you need before you head off. Spend some more time sightseeing, hit the shops, or just sit back in a café and watch the world go by.
||Full Day takes 10hrs
|Just so you know:
||You must cover your knees and shoulders when visiting any religious sites in Italy. The drop off point for free time is normally near St. Peter’s Square, however, due to the Papal Audiences, on Wednesday and Sunday the drop off point will be near Navona Square. Due to restoration works at the Spanish Steps the view of and access to them will be restricted. During the special Jubilee Year, queues for the Basilica will be long and may exceed 2 hours wait.