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Ancient Rome Segway Tour with Optional Skip the Line Colosseum Ticket
"Rome aims to be the home to the largest archeological park in the world and with the creation of the pedestrian haven on the road of the Imperial Forum there is no better time to explore the wonders of Ancient Rome by segway. During the Ancient Rome Segway Tour you glide past famous sights such the Colosseum and Roman Forum's exteriors and have the opportunity to integrate your tour with a Skip the Line Colosseum Roman Forum and Palatine Hill ticket which you will be free to use at your leisure any time during your trip.Your meeting location is easy to find
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Private Tour: Palatine Hill in Rome Including Domus Augustana
"Meet your private guide in central Rome and start your private tour with a rundown of the history of Palatine Hill. Also known as Palatino the area holds huge historical significance as the place where Rome is said to have been founded by Romulus many millenia ago. If there is a sight that you are really interested in tell your guide. The tour is private so your itinerary can be customized to your interests.As Ancient Rome’s swankiest neighborhood Palatine Hill was the home of emperors
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Family-Friendly Tour to the Colosseum and the Palatine Hill
"Professional art historians with broad teaching skills will take your family on this enlightening tour to discover the wonders of the Colosseum and the Palatine Hill. Share this unique fascinating experience with your kids. Explore the largest amphitheat your kids will learn the meaning and symbols of Roman numerals through fun learning game worksheets. A surprising gift awaits all the participants at the end of this stunning tour!What you will learnKids:what the Colosseum was mea the Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum customs and traditions of Ancient Rome What is includedprofessional tour leader (professional art historian with broad teaching skills)  children's fun learning worksheet Palatine Hill Roman Forum tikidoo's suggestions: ""Rome with kids""  ConditionsYou might have to wait in line in order to access the site Maximum 12 People ( with at least 1 adult visitor every 3 kids) Free tou"""Professional art historians with broad teaching skills will take your family on this enlightening tour to discover the wonders of the Colosseum and the Palatine Hill. Share this unique fascinating experience with your kids. Explore the largest amphitheat
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Palatine Hill

It was at Palatine Hill where Rome's Imperial rulers lived in luxury. Legend holds that Romulus defeated his twin brother Remus on the Palatin Hill and became the city's first ruler in 753 BC. At the...
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aukahkay
Oct 09, 2009

Orti Farnesiani

These mid-16th century gardens by Alessandro Farnese is considered one of Europe's earliest botanical gardens. Studded with cone-shaped pines and dotted with roses, this is a pleasant area to relax...
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Tijavi
Oct 07, 2009

Domus Flavia

Praised by ancient architectural experts as most splendid of homes in the Palatine, Domus Flavia retains its air of grandness with its colored marble-paved courtyards. It is also said that this...
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Tijavi
Oct 07, 2009

Stadio

Southeast of Domus Augustana is the Stadio - a smaller version of Circo Massimo, used by Roman emperors for their own private entertainment. Other theories indicate that this may had been the...
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Tijavi
Oct 07, 2009

Domus Augustana

If you are interested on how and where the Roman emperors lived, these ruins are worth exploring for 20 minutes. Even from the ruins, one cannot fail to realize how grand this place would have been....
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Tijavi
Oct 07, 2009

Palatine Hill

This is where it all began. It was on this hill that Rome was founded. Remains dating as far back as 1000 BC have been found here. Most of the remains however date to the Republic and the Early...
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roamer61
May 05, 2009

Augustus House (Rooms)

The Augustus House (we call it in Italian la casa di Augusto but in fact only few rooms are available!!) is located on the Palatine so it is already included in the same ticket that allows you to...
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abarbieri
Oct 13, 2008

Ruins at Palatine Hill

It took about two hours to explore all of the ruins and was very educational. But folks please please do not crawl or climb up on the ruins that have been around since 500 B.C. It was a little...
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deebum25
Oct 04, 2008

The best address in Rome

If you imagine the seven hills of ancient Rome as a wheel (albeit a rather squashed one), the Palatine Hill is the hub, the central hill. Right from the earliest days of the Republic, it was the most...
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TheWanderingCamel
Aug 14, 2008

Palatine Hill

The Palatine Hill is the centermost of the Seven Hills of Rome and is one of the most ancient parts of the city. It stands 40 metre above the Forum Romanum, looking down upon it on one side, and upon...
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ECYM
Jun 25, 2008

Colossal ruins

The palatini was one huge ruins!! But it showed us what rome must have been all those years ago! However do carry an umbrella if u are there in summer, the heat sure got to us and no water was...
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abi_maha
Jun 03, 2008

My favorite Roman Site

Palatine Hill oozes history and unlike other ancient places where you have to use your imagination to get a sense of history from the place . . Palatine Hill does not disappoint. Rome first became a...
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JohnniOmani
May 03, 2008
 
 
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Trajan's Market - Mercati di Traiano

The Imperial Forums and Markets of Trajan are the first ruins we got to explore during our trip to Rome. Located on both sides of the Via dei Fori Imperiali, the forums of Caesar, Augustus, Nerva and...
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Roman Forum - Temple of Castor and Pollux

Construction of this temple began in the 5th century BC to commemorate Roman victory over the Etruscan Tarquins in 489 BC. The temple is also in honor of the Heavenly Twins who were believed to have...
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Basilica Cosma e Damiano

You could easily miss the small white framed entrance to the Basilica of SS Cosma and Damian as you walk along the Via di Foro Romano, set back as it is between the massive ruin of Constantine's...
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Roman Forum - Via Sacra

The Road that connects the Famous Colosseum to the Roman Forum is called the Via Sacra (The Sacred Road) of which it starts along the Piazza Dei Colosseo and goes right into the Middle of the Roman...
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Segway Tours

For anybody who would like to see a lot of the city in a short amount of time, with lots of fun and laughs. The segway is very easy to master, and the instructors are super helpful. The company we...
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Victor Emmanuel Monument - Monumento Vittorio Emanuele

the Altare della Patria, also known as Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II, is one of the most photographed landmarks in Rome as this modern structure was built to honor the late King of...
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