Ancient Rome: a city that thrived from its foundation to the glory of the emperors

The tour covers the Palatine Hill, the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. Many have wondered why Rome was founded here, or why the small village of huts by Romulus became the Caput Mundi (Head of the World) While on the walking tour, the truth will be uncovered through archaeological data, legends, historical factors, and events that made Rome the Eternal City. Palatine Hill was the main residential area in Rome, which included Romulus’ hut and the palaces of the emperors. Walking down the Roman Forum Valley, the real city of Rome, one can't help but be awestruck by the main square of the ancient world with its basilicas, Senate House, Temple of Divus Iulius (dedicated to Julius Caesar,) Temple of Saturne, and the Temple of Vesta, where the Eternal Flame burned. On the Triumphal Road of the Ancient Emperors are the huge Roman arches and then the entrance to the Colosseum, the major propaganda instrument of the ancient rulers of the world.

Half day tour.

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