Roman Forum and Palatine Hill Tour

Roman Forum and Palatine Hill Tour

The Key Facts

Semi-Private Tour

Daily at 11.00am

Small Group Tour

Friday, Saturday & Sunday at 11.00am

Group Sizes:

Semi-Private Tour: 2-6 people

Small Group Tour: 4-12 people

Duration:

1.5 Hours

  • Get a feel for life in Ancient Rome as you go through the Roman Forum
  • See where the nobility and the Emperors lived on the Palatine Hill
  • Learn the history of Ancient Rome as you walk among 2000 year old ruins
  • See the wall on which famous orators such as Cicero made their speeches.
  • Learn how historians and archaeologists work together to understand what transpired thousands of years ago
  • Choose between a Semi-Private Tour of only 6 people, or joining a Small Group Tour of up to 12 people.

Semi-Private Tour

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Only 6 people per tour
 
  • Adult: €100
  • Child (aged 5-17 on the day of the tour): €75
  • Infant (aged 0-4 on the day of the tour): Free

Small Group Tour

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Only 12 people per tour
 
  • Adult: €65
  • Child (aged 5-17 on the day of the tour): €45
  • Infant (aged 0-4 on the day of the tour): Free

YOUR FULL TOUR

Description

See the ruins of the temples at the Roman Forum and explore the former palaces and temples of Palatine Hill, including the Rostra, where Marc Antony delivered Caesar’s funeral eulogy.

Get a feel for life in Ancient Rome as you go through the Roman Forum. See where the nobility and the Emperors lived on the Palatine Hill.

Stroll through the Roman Forum, where Romans lived out their daily lives. Here, politics, business, state funerals, and military parades all took centre stage.

See the wall on which famous orators such as Cicero made their speeches.

Learn the history of Ancient Rome as you walk among 2000 year old ruins
See the wall on which famous orators such as Cicero made their speeches.

Take a look at the remains of the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina and the temples of Julius Caesar and Romulus.

Listen to your guide’s explanations about the history of the Forum and what the temples, arches, and monuments were used for.

Hear about all the activities that took place in this sacred part of Ancient Rome during the days of the Roman Republic.

Visit the Palatine Hill, which was home to the wealthiest of Rome’s noble citizens during the time of the Republic, and later, exclusively the emperor.

Today, you can still see remains of some of the imperial palace’s former splendour.

The Palatine Hill looked over the Roman Forum, and it was no accident that the elite ruling class of Rome resided there, eventually becoming home to the Emperors, who built such large residences that the word “palace” takes its name from the hill. Another reason for the importance of this hill was its legendary connection with the birth of Rome.

A visit to the Palatine Hill is a must if you want to understand how the Romans felt about their city.

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