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The Colosseum or Coliseum, also known as the, is an oval amphitheater in the center of the city of Rome. Built of limestone, volcanic rock, and brick-faced concrete.
The Roman Forum
The Roman Forum, is a rectangular forum surrounded by the ruins of several important ancient government buildings.
Vatican Museums are the public art and sculpture museums in the Vatican City display works from amassed by the Catholic Church.
EXPLORE THE ROME
Exploring the city center on foot surrounded by majestic temples and monumental ruins brings you back in time to “the glory of Rome.”
Rome is the third most visited city in Europe, with its unparalleled past, and the fourteenth worldwide. It draws tourists from around the world who are eager to explore the impressive monuments and archaeological sites of the city not to mention its popular cuisine and lively atmosphere.
Visit the ancient Colosseum where Games of Death used to take place. Test out Government Building Ruins and Archeological History at the Roman Forum. Dive into the Vatican Museums, which contain nearly 70,000 items, 20,000 of which are on display, and currently employ 640 people employed in 40 separate administrative, academic and restauration departments.
Rome hotels aren’t popular for their value for money. Some are overpriced and give only a very good service. That said, there are plenty of very satisfactory hotels , apartments, and hostals in town.
On your hop on a hop off bus ride, visit one of Europe’s oldest cities. Located on the Tiber River, Rome has under its belt some 3000 years of history.
For that amount of history, during your sightseeing trip in Rome, you’ll need a reliable way to get around town! And with your bus tour vouchers, you’ll get dropped right in front of some of the best sights in Rome and enjoy free walking tours during your holiday in Rome.
You’ll have a luxury experience with a private guide, entering the museums early in the morning when the museums are empty.
Enjoy an amazing independent state with your private and approved The Vatican City guide since 1929. Join the magnificent Vatican museums skipping the line to see the popes’ private collection of paintings, tapestries, candelabras, and the Sixtine chapel of Michelangelo.