Up to 18 people
Tour start at 10am
Tour End at 12pm
- Piazza Venezia
- Circo Massimo
- Colle Aventino
- Terme di Caracalla
Vittorio Emanuele II
The national monument to Vittorio Emanuele II is the Vittoriano, also called Altare Della Patria, is a national monumental complex located in Piazza Venezia in Rome, on the north side of the Colle Campidoglio. It is the work of architects Ettore Ferrari, Pio Piacentini and Giuseppe Sacconi.
Circus Maximus is an ancient Roman circus, dedicated to horse racing, built in Rome. It is located in the valley between Palatino and Aventino. It is remembered as the location of games from the very beginning of the history of the city: in the valley happened the mythical abduction of the sabines, in occasion of the games called by Romulus in honor of the god Consus. The great flat area is situated close to the river Tiber, where commercial exchanges had taken place since ancient times.
One of the most evocative and romantic places in a Rome is Giardino degli Aranci, thanks to its beautiful location, which allows to see from the top a great part of Rome. You cannot miss the opportunity to watch San Pietro from the keyhole: it is a unique emotion to feel while visiting Rome.
is a Egyptian style pyramid that was built in Rome between 18 and 12 BC. It is very close to Porta San Paolo and it is located inside of the perimeter of the catholic graveyard, built between XVIII and XIX centuries.
Terms of Caracalla
The Baths of Caracalla or Antoniniane are one of the greatest examples of imperial baths in Rome. They are still preserved for the majority of their structure and free of