Highlights of Rome

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Rome and Vatican

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Guided tours of the highlights of Rome and the Vatican

Rome, the Eternal City, is full of promises: its open-air museum to walk around, its ancient remains to explore, its 1000 churches to discover, its many museums to visit, its parks for lazing around, its terraces to discuss around ‘a spritz, its osterie to feast on, and of course its ice cream parlors!
Discover our selection of must-see visits during your stay in Rome, accompanied by our guides who will tell you the stories and mysteries of each place. They will take you to discover unusual routes, off the beaten track, to give you a real and authentic experience !


Ancient Rome

The heart of the Rome of the Caesars, discover the city as it was 2000 years ago. Very well preserved monuments, 3D reconstructions, models and exhibitions will help you immerse yourself in the shoes of a citizen, gladiator or even a Roman senator.

Must visit :

1. Colosseum, Imperial Forums and Palatine Hill

The Colosseum is certainly  the most impressive monument in all of Ancient Rome. This giant amphitheater, the largest ever built in the Roman Empire, with its 57m high and 527m in circumference has withstood earthquakes and looters who did not hesitate to reuse its stones to build other palaces. 

Enter this mythical arena and, thanks to the story of your guide, imagine the impressive games that were held here, between shows, parades of animals and gladiatorial fights. Discover this impressive work, among the 7 wonders of the modern world ! 

– Opening days and times : Every day from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
– Skip-the-line tickets :

  • Adult price: € 21,00 per person
  • Reduced price (Children from 6 to 18 years old): € 5,00 per person

For more information on the different types of visits, see our article dedicated to visits to the Colosseum and the forums.

2. Capitoline Museums

These art and archeology museums are the oldest museums in the world and were the first to open their doors to the public in 1734! Their collections are kept in the two palaces on the Place du Capitole, the Palais Neuf and the Palais des Conservateurs. These contain an impressive collection of Roman paintings and sculptures such as famous paintings by artists such as Caravaggio, Titian, Rubens or Tintoretto, the original sculpture of the Louve Capitoline, the equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, the Venus Capitoline as well as fragments of some colossal statues. This is an absolutely must visit !

– Opening days and times : Tuesday to Sunday 9:30 am to 7:30 pm
– Skip-the-line tickets :

  • Adult price : € 15,50 per person
  • Reduced price (For 6-25 year olds and over 65s): € 13,50 per person
  • Reductions are available for Parisians, upon presentation of proof, as part of  the twinning between the cities of Rome and Paris.


3. Baths of Caracalla

The imposing ruins of the Baths of Caracalla will show you the remains of what was one of the largest and richest thermal establishments in the Empire.

Today it is the best-preserved spa building from Roman antiquity and therefore allows you to easily see what was the life of the Romans at the time. The thermal baths were a favorite pastime for locals who  enjoyed meeting there to take steam baths and exercise and, of course, conspire against the Emperor !

– Opening days and times : Every day from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm
– Skip-the-line tickets :

  • Adult price : € 13,00 per person
  • Reduced price (for citizens of the European Union aged 18 to 25) : € 7,00 per person
  • Free for children under 18


4. Circus Maximus

Long before Formula 1, slaves won their freedom in ruthless chariot races. But that’s not all, from there you can’t miss the splendid panorama overlooking the Palatine Hill with its Domus Severiana and its Temple of Apollo. This is a perfect stopover if you want to visit the Aventine Hill or take a walk in the Rose Garden.

– Opening days and times : Accessible every day, excluding events
Free access (open air)

5. Domus Aurea

One of the most imposing palaces that a Roman emperor has ever built for himself and yet has been forgotten for centuries and recently brought to light ! This imperial dwelling is in the image of its creator, Nero, and at the height of its excess : this monumental architectural complex occupied  a third of the ancient city

Visiting the Domus Aurea is a fascinating experience that will immerse you in the atmosphere of the City of Nero and the splendor of Ancient Rome. The multimedia content offers a complete and interactive visit: a projection on the history of the place and a virtual reality installation allow the visitor to set off on a real journey through time !

– Opening days and times : Saturday and Sunday from 9:15 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. by reservation only
-Skip-the-line tickets :

  • Adult price : € 19,00 per person
  • Reduced price (for 8-12 years old) : € 15,00 per person
  • Free for children under 6


6. Trajan’s Market and Imperial Forums Museum

Discover the first covered shopping center in the history of mankind with its 150 stores ! Today, it also hosts the Imperial Forums museum which will allow you to discover the different aspects of the imperial forums that you will have seen from the outside, with their precise activities and functions, the people who frequented them and their role in society. Roman. The detailed models and videos that accompany these remains will transport you back to ancient Roman times. 

The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions of contemporary art.

– Opening days and times : Tuesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
– Tickets :

  • Adult price : € 12,50 per person
  • Reduced price (for 6-25 years old): € 10,50 per person
  • Free for children under 6 and for Parisians, on presentation of proof, as part of the twinning between the cities of Rome and Paris.


7. Via Appia

Walk in the footsteps of the Roman legions: Via Appia was an important axis of the Empire connecting the Capital to Brindisi. This walk outside the historic center will also give you a bucolic and restful moment, between aqueducts and maritime pines.

– Opening days and times : Monday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

– Free access
Must do :
– Guided tour to discover the historic center of Rome with a guide
Bike tour of Via Appia Antica

Photoshooting tour and its route Best Seller : Ancient Rome


Historical Center

The historic center of Rome is a veritable open-air museum, where ancient and modern meet, where the streets are steeped in more than 2,000 years of history. Witness the many sculptures, monuments, nooks and crannies that sometimes escape even the most prepared tourists. Rest assured, we will share its secrets with you.

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