- Dutch Speaking Tour Guide
- Visit the Colosseum
- See the Roman Forum
No visit to Rome would be complete without a visit to the ruins of the Colosseum and Roman Forum or the view over Palatine Hill. These sites are an absolute must see for those visiting the Italian capital.
Enjoy a Guided Walk of the Colosseum
With the Colosseum remaining the largest ampitheatre in the world its no surprise that it is also one of the most visited, attracting thousands of visitors everyday. With over 80 entrances the Colosseum can host up to 50,000 spectators which remains impressive even by today’s standards in terms of Stadium size. The Colosseum is best known for the hosting of its critical ‘inhuman’ games of man versus beast throughout which over 500,000 people are thought to have lost their lives as part of the crowds’ entertainment.
Roman Forum Walking Tour
The Roman Forum is one of the world’s most significant archeological sites, a bounty of relics and ruins lay on offer across the wide ranging vista between Piazza Venezia and the Colosseum. Although difficult to imagine today the Roman Forum was previously a busy and crowded market, made possible by some smart Roman engineering that converted it from marshland into a prosperous area of social activity.
Expert Dutch-speaking Tour Guides
Explore these places with a Dutch guide so you reveal Rome perfectly. Besides, with us you will be able to avoid long queues at the pay desk.
Guided Walking Tour Route
The tour starts with a walk in the Roman Forum, including the Senate and the Capitol Hill, the Temple of the Vestal Virgins and the Arch of Titus. Then you’ll visit the Coliseum where you will discover all about the glorious gladiators of Rome.
Price excludes entrance fees:
0 to 17 and 65: Free