Ancient Rome by Night
When the sun goes down, the evening begins and the Ponentino wind blows…
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Meeting Point at Square (Details at Booking)
Operating Days Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat and Sun
Language English (contact us for other languages)
Short Tour Description
When the sun goes down, the evening begins and the Ponentino wind blows, is the perfect time to start our night tour of the Ancient Rome monuments.
The moonlight and the summer night fresh air will help us to create the right atmosphere to better appreciate the amazing archeological sites of Rome.
Our tour starts near Palazzo Venezia, once Mussolini’s stage for its address to Italians, with an overview on the Vittoriano, Victor Emmanuel II Monument.
After a brief climb to the Capitoline square, designed by Michelangelo and hosting the bronze statue of Marcus Aurelius, you will be led to a terrace overlooking Roman Forum, where you have the chance to admire a panoramic view on the ruins of the heart of social, economic and commercial life of Ancient Rome.
Walking trough the Imperial Fora listen to the stories of Roman Emperors and how ordinary Roman people lived in the neighborhood of Suburra.
Feeling like Ancient Rome comes alive.
On the way to the Colosseum admire the Column of Trajan, one of the most amazing hidden gems of Rome, and be amazed by the best preserved triumphal Arch of Rome dedicated to Emperor Constantine.
Walking on via dei Fori Imperiali finally reach the Colosseum, the 2000 years old Flavian Amphitheater, the most iconic symbol of the Eternal City.
Here learn how spectacles in the arena were used to show the power and the grandeur of the Roman Empire, the biggest empire of the western world.