7 Wonders of Ancient Rome: Private Sightseeing Tour
Pickup includedYour chauffeur will pick you up at your hotel accommodation in Rome
- Marvel at the world's most famous amphitheater and the jewel of the Roman Empire, the Colosseum
- See Rome's dangerous chariot racing stadium, the impressive Circus Maximus
- Visit where the Romans bathed and socialized at the Baths of Caracalla
- Walk on the ancient Appia Way and see why "All Roads Lead to Rome"
- Consider the wonderful aqueduct systems that were the arteries of Rome, at the Park of the Aqueducts
- Be amazed at how the Pantheon has remained in perfect condition, while in constant use for 2,000 years
- Witness Rome's Golden Age inside Trajan's Forum
From here you will visit the 3rd century AD Baths of Caracalla. The best-preserved surviving example of an Imperial thermal bath and recreational complex in antiquity, it was designed to accommodate up to 10,000 people.
There is some truth in the saying that, during ancient times, “All roads lead to Rome.” When you walk on Via Appia (Appian Way) and feel the grooved stones bearing the scars of ancient chariots under your feet, you will feel as though you are venturing back in time.
Lunch will be served at a traditional restaurant or trattoria, where you can enjoy an authentic Italian meal. Then you will continue to the Park of the Aqueducts, and see the majesty of what remains of some of the 7 major aqueducts, defined by their distinguished arches that supported the flow of water.
Your next stop is the Pantheon, one of the most impressive architectural monuments of Ancient Rome. After nearly 2,000 years, this ancient monument is also the longest in continuous use, its survival thanks to its exceptional strength and stability, and its 7th-Century conversion into the church of St. Mary of the Martyrs.
The fimal stop of your journey back in time is the Imperial Fora. Here you can admire the magnificent Trajan’s Column and Trajan’s Market, which for ages left all emperors and poets utterly speechless.
- Private deluxe vehicle
- Personal English-speaking chauffeur
- Entrance ticket into the Colosseum
Prepare for the activity
• Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing.