Colosseum and Roman Forum Tour with Skip the Line Tickets and Pick-Up

Colosseum and Roman Forum Tour with Skip the Line Tickets and Pick-Up

3 h
Walking Tours
difficulty Very easy
Wheelchair Not Accessible
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Tour was great , Thanks!

Robin M
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Guided excursion to Colosseum and Roman Forum with pick up and tickets

This group tour with pick-up will lead you through the Colosseum and other important monuments and landmarks of Ancient Rome, such as the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill. You'll explore numerous temples, visit the notable Imperial Forums, and of course marvel at the world-famous Colosseum.

Colosseum and Roman Forum visit with Skip the Line Tickets and Pick-Up highlights: 

  • Travel 3,000 years back in time as you visit legendary landmarks of Rome, "the Eternal City"
  • Skip the line at every point of interest, since your tickets are included in this tour as the pick-up at your hotel!
  • See some of the most striking temples of Ancient Rome, including those of Julius Caesar, Romulus, Pius, Vesta, Faustina, and more
  • Admire the Colosseum, the most important attraction of Ancient Rome
  • Visit the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill, to discover the story of Ancient Rome

Colosseum and Roman Forum visit with Skip the Line Tickets and Pick-Up

Immerse yourself 3,000 years of rich Roman history. This tour's group size will ensure that you don't get lost in the crowd while enjoying the major monuments and must-see landmarks of the Eternal City, including the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. Don't worry about logistics - you will be picked up at your hotel (in the center of Rome)  and provided with skip-the-line tickets to each point of interest!

Start at the Colosseum, the iconic Roman amphitheater

Your tour will begin at the Colosseum, the historical giant which tops the list of ancient Rome's most important architectural sites. Finished in 80 AD, this monumental structure held various public spectacles and bore witness to the infamous gladiator contests. The largest amphitheater in the world, the Colosseum remains one of the Roman Empire's finest architectural achievements.

Visit the Roman Forum, center of political life in Ancient Rome

Following the Colosseum, you'll visit the Roman Forum. The center of public life in Ancient Rome, the Forum housed many of the most important structures of the ancient city. Your expert guide will hone your knowledge of the history and formation of the Ancient Roman Republic while you stand among the sprawling ruins.

Visit the Palatine Hill and more Ancient Rome attractions

Continuing on, your guide will continue departing expert knowledge as you pass under several well-known arches. First, you will pass through the arch which has inspired other triumphal arches worldwide, the Arch of Titus
Continuing your journey, you will pass under another famous archway. The Arch of Septimus Severus, which stands at the foot of Capitoline Hill, is home to Rome's city hall. Known as Campidoglio in Italian, Capitoline is one of the seven hills on which Rome was founded.

More tours to discover Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Ancient Rome!

If you are not interested in the pick-up, or if it not possible to arrange the pick-up in your accommodation (we remind you that the pick-up is available ONLY at hotels in the center of Rome, and NOT in apartments or B&Bs), you can check the tour without the pick-up service.
Further, if you are looking for a more exclusive eXPerience, you can take a look to the semi-private tour of Colosseum and Roman Forum, for groups up to 12 people, or to the private tour of Ancient Rome.

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Reviews of Colosseum and Roman Forum Tour with Skip the Line Tickets and Pick-Up

Reviewed by An ItalyXP customer from

Sistine Chapel

The guide was very informative and explained everything in a very simplistic way.
Reviewed by Robin M from Australia

Colosseum and the Forum Tour

We had a fantastic tour with our guide around the Colosseum, he is so knowledgeable about his subject and loves his work that he makes the tour, he manages to keep the whole tour together, not so easy with about 30 people trailing thru such busy places. Tour was great, thanks !