An Imperial marvel and once powerful and intriguing city. That has left us in awe with just how much we’ve inherited by the Romans: The buildings, the ruins, the architectures available today, lead to the foundation of a historical connection with ingenious craftsmanship.
This private limo tour is for those who want to learn more about the Imperialistic time in Rome and how it influenced the culture and traditions of today’s life.
You’ll visit sites like the mighty Colosseum, a Roman Amphitheater, known all over the world for its sizes and ancient traditions. An archeological site today, that used to host different games to entertain the spectators. Some games more gruesome than others, as we all know, with the hunting scenes and the Gladiator fights. For the ultimate experience, you can also visit the more restricted levels, like the Arena and the dungeons, where the different scenes for the games were arranged, the Gladiators prepared before the fights and where the wounded were taken after being defeated. The Undergrounds are viewable only if escorted in a group tour conducted by the official guide from the Colosseum.
The Holy Way is next on the itinerary, the victory path trodden by the legions in victory. A walk to the Roman Forum is absolutely unmissable. A sort of citadel, carved into the modern day atmosphere, that used to be the once flourishing commercial hub of the Empire.
And then off to the Palatine Hill for the best views of the imperial ruins:
The List of Roman pillars, in fact continues, with a view from Capitol Hill and Piazza del Campidoglio.
The hill where the city politics are conducted still, today. And where you can find Rome’s mayor’s office. The beautiful square, Piazza del Campidoglio, embellished by Michelangelo’s touch in Renaissance times.
A tour not only for lovers of Rome, lovers of Romans and lovers of Imperialistic periods. This private limo tour is a trip to discover Ancient times in one of the most important cities in the world.
After all, Rome isn’t called the Capitol of the World for nothing: Roma Caput Mundi