Imperial Rome Art History Walking Tour
This tour starts at the Arch of Constantine by the Colosseum, which you will visit. Walking along the Via Sacra through the Roman Forum, the tour then proceeds up to the Capitoline Hill, where you will see the bronze copy of the equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, the emperor philosopher. From there you will have a wonderful view and description of the Trajan’s Forum, Column and Markets.
Explore Rome's Imperial Roman history in style on a private walking tour with an art expert. Accompanied by your own private guide who specializes in art history, you'll enjoy personalized attention on your special private tour of ancient Rome's historic highlights. You'll come away with a full understanding of ancient Rome, from its origins to the collapse of the Roman Empire.
- Private walking tour of Rome's ancient Roman highlights
- Private guided tour of the Colosseum
- Private guided tour of the Roman Forum
- Choice of morning, afternoon or evening three-hour tours
- Customize the tour to suit your own interests
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What You Can Expect
Your private walking tour starts at the Arch of Constantine by the Colosseum. Before entering the famous amphitheater and Forum for a privately guided tour, you will take a closer look at the impressive arch dedicated to Emperor Constantine. Every roman general or emperor who rode in triumph through the Forum along the Via Sacra (the road you will walk along) had to pass under this arch.
Your personalized tour then proceeds up to the Capitoline Hill, restructured by Michelangelo and featuring a copy of the bronze equestrian statue of Emperor Marcus Aurelius, the emperor philosopher. From there you will have a wonderful view of Trajan's markets, the famous Trajan Column and his Imperial Forum.
This in-depth private tour of Imperial Rome is hosted by a professional guide specializing in art history. Please list any special interests you have (art, architecture, history, culture) at the time of booking to alert your guide, so they can prepare for your private tour.Print This Page