Ancient Rome Tour – Best Places to Visit during the Tourby Angelica Ryan CEO
Rome is a captivating adventure waiting for individuals and families to experience all the wonders that are around it. However, many people do not realize that Rome is not just about adventure; there are many treasures to be found in underground Rome as well. Therefore, for an extraordinary tour, the ancient Rome has many attractions that many do not ever get the chance to embrace. With Ancient Rome tour guide, you will be able to experience unseen Rome and you enjoy all this while hearing tales and history of the various treasures lying underneath the ancient city.
The highlight of an ancient Rome tour includes the Colesseum, the Roman Forum, Piazza Novana, The Pantheon, The Capitoline Hill, The Palatine Hill, and the Catacombs.
So, let us reveal you fascinating history of some of these places to you,
The Colesseum –
One of the most well known symbol of Ancient Rome - the Colosseum, or popularly known as Flavian's Amphitheatre is the best ancient and Imperial Roman world's most remarkable amphitheatre. It is said that during peak performances and plays, it can accommodate up to 70,000 spectators. However, it is best to opt for the Ancient Rome tour guide, as he will be able to tell you the story behind paintings and sculptures engraved in the Colesseum.
The Roman Forum –
The Roman Forum has been regarded as a perfect venue where heads of state and local citizens gather to discuss everyday matters. It is a large complex with basicilias, arches, and temples in ruins. One of the best parts of the Roman Forum is the Forum of Caesar, which reveals interesting facts about his life and culture of the Romans. The Forums becomes a magical place at the night when it becomes all illuminated and you can hear people singing. From the Forum, you can also go down to the Monument Vittorio Emanuele II and Piazza Venezia, thus immerse yourself into the beauty of well-lit Forum.
The Catacombs –
The Catacombs located on the Appian Way is an underground cemetery that draws quite a bit of attention from visitors from all around the world. If you will hire a guide, he will tell you the interesting history of Catacombs due to which it is so famous. In the ancient times, families use to purchase an entire room and be buried together with their loved ones and other family members. The burying shelves are longer for the adults and smaller for the infants.
The Pantheon –
It is one of the most-preserved buildings in the history of Rome and has many tombs linings its interior. According to historians, Emperor Hadrian as a temple of all the Roman gods built the Pantheon between 118 and 125 AD. In the 7th century, the early Christians transformed the Pantheon into a church.
Therefore, walking around Rome is more than being inspired by its history and culture. It means reliving the ancient times with Romans, even if it is just for a day or two, but make sure that you experienced Ancient Rome tour.
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