The Gladiators started as part of Etruscan funerary ...
"Roma Caput Mundi "Your DGS will be able to give you detailed explanations of each monument
Exploring the Appian Way most famous road of ancient Rome, begun in 312 BC
Catacombs on the old Appian Way, underground tunnels and galleries....
"Roma Caput Mundi "Your DGS will be able to give you detailed explanations of each monument

Roma and the Pagan city

7,45 am
9/10 Hours

We will introduce you to the Pagan Rome as you have never seen it before. You will be told of tales and stories from a true Roman about the grand leadership of the infamous Julius Caesar to the madness of Nerone and Caligola. We will then tell you interesting details about the Coliseum and its bloody games.



"Roma Caput Mundi"
After meeting at the ship, our first stop shall be The Forum of Caesar and its temples we will arrive at The Capitoline Hill and admire the ruins of this antique Pagan City, The Roman Forum the ancient DownTown of Rome 



Together we will walk down the sacred Capitoline Hill and visit The Forum of Trajan and also The Forum of Augustus. Continuing on our path we shall stop to bask in the magnificence of the Coliseum with all its fascinating stories of gladiators, captivating games, anecdotes, and innate secrets that Rome has preserved for you.



From the amphitheatre, we will move on towards Circus Maximus, Aventine Hill, The Baths of Caracalla and then the Appian Way with its monumental "Porta Romana".



Lunch will be with typical Roman dishes. You will have a chance to taste bruschette, pasta and delectable desserts accompanied by excellent wine and then we are off towards The Pantheon, giving us a chance to appreciate the fantastic view of the most well-known river in Rome, The Tevere, and its stunning bridges constructed during the Roman Epoch.



All this will be narrated to you by a true Roman at heart who has a profound knowledge and love of Roman history, its legends and tales. Let yourself discover the true Rome with its many wonders for it will remain in your heart, as well.


The Italian State in Date March 2016 has decided to reinforce the security at the Colossium.Each client with or without  reservation must pass through the metal detector ( like at the airport )!Nobody including tour operators as we are , tour companies , bus tours , shore excursions arranged by Cruises  and single client are allowed to skip that step.We can only skip the line after we have passed  this control and once we are inside as promised we will skip the line because we 've already have your tickets.Your driver will assist you to get in , you will not be alone during this and only when you are inside the driver will return to his car waiting for you while you are enjoying the visit! Thank you for understanding DGS Staff 

OUR COMPANY HAS NOT CHARGED ANYTHING ON YOUR CREDIT CARD , but has used it exclusively to book the services you have requested.

remember that services with the Driver Guide Service need to be payed in CASH at the end of each service

If you do want to pay with your credit card (VISA or MASTERCARD) you will be charged an extra 20% on the cost of the tour(Please note that we do not accept AMERICAN EXPRESS cards).


  • Include transportation in a comfortable Mercedes Limovan equipped with double air-conditioning. This would be ideal for a couple but also adaptable for families with children.
  • Tickets for the Coliseum 14.00 euro per person
  • Catacombs 8.00 euro per person
  • Lunch and any eventual extras

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