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Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

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Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

Complete Colosseum Underground Gladiator Tour of Ancient Rome including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

Experience the Colosseum like a Roman Gladiator. This exclusive tour of the Colosseum gives you special access and entry to areas closed to the general public.

Your tour in Rome begins by walking the same path as the Gladiators of Ancient Rome – through the Colosseum Gladiator’s Gate. But there’s another world to discover underground the Colosseum. Beneath the arena is a secret labyrinth of chambers and hidden passageways.

Walk amongst and explore the ancient ruins of the Roman Forum, the most important place of Ancient Rome before continuing onto Palatine Hill for some of the most amazing views of Rome.
Highlights
  • DISCOVER THE COLOSSEO

    Originally named the Flavian Amphitheater, the Colosseum remains to be not only the largest theater in the world but one of the most recognizable monuments.
  • HYPOGEUM OF THE COLOSSEUM

  • ROMAN GLADIATOR TOUR

  • GLADIATOR’S OF ANCIENT ROME

  • COLOSSEUM ARENA FLOOR

  • FORO ROMANO

  • PALATINO

Originally named the <b>Flavian Amphitheater</b>, the Colosseum remains to be not only the largest theater in the world but one of the most recognizable monuments.
DISCOVER THE COLOSSEO
Q&A
  • What is underground the Colosseum?

    Underground the Colosseum is an area called the Hypogeum. In Greek, this word was used to describe an underground temple or tomb. But in Ancient Rome, the Hypogeum under the Colosseum was where a series of corridors and tunnels were located, leading in and out of the Colosseum floor. This complex system was used to transport the animals and fighters that were kept below the arena floor to and fro and is also considered to be one of the earliest elevators that ever existed.
  • Is it worth seeing the Colosseum underground?

    The answer is yes! Even if you are not a fan of the Gladiator, exploring the exclusive Colosseum underground area is actually a pretty cool experience. You get to explore what was once the backstage of the Colosseum, where all the behind-the-scenes action took place and learn the fascinating history from a unique perspective - while walking through the corridors.
  • Can you go underground the Colosseum?

    The only way to go underground the Colosseum is with a guided tour.
  • What is the floor of the Colosseum called?

    The floor of the Colosseum is most commonly referred to as the Colosseum Arena Floor or simply the Colosseum Arena.
  • What is a gladiator?

    Usually, gladiators were armed and trained professional fighters who fought for entertainment in front of an audience during Ancient Roman times. However, some gladiator battles in the Colosseum were made up of prisoners of war, slaves, people who committed crimes, or even volunteers looking to elevate their legal or social status.
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My husband and I booked the "Rome: fast-track colosseum, forum, and palatine hill tour" through GetYourGuide.com. Our tour guide, Maria Assunta, was incredible! Far from the typical, and expected, sightseeing tour, Maria radiated pride and genuine passion for her city and its history! Not only did Maria provide detailed and illustrated points of history for every area, but she also described the layers of that history. We learned so much and enjoyed every minute of our tour! We highly recommend Maria Assunta as a tour guide!
Jessica - 30/05/2021 22:16
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