COLOSSEUM TOUR FROM FLORENCE BY HIGH-SPEED TRAIN WITH HOP ON HOP OFF BUS

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Tour Information

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  • Duration: 8 Hrs
  • Departure Time :
    Tour departs at 7:54 a.m. Please be there 30 min before
  • Departure Details :
    Rome Termini railway station
  • Return Details :
    Return train: 7.54 pm from Rome Termini to Santa Maria Novella Station
  • Cancellation Policy :
    Cancel up to 2 days in advance for a full refund

Overview

Save your time and reach Rome by the high-speed train and visit the highlights of Rome by hop-on/ hop off double-decker bus. Arrived at the Colosseum our English monolingual guide you will have an overview of the history and the art of Rome before to entry skiping the line in to the Colosseum, the famous amphitheater who with its gladiators were the ancient Romes center of public entertainment. The tour will continue with the visit of Roman Forum, the Temple of Julius Caesar, the Curia Julia the still-intact Senate House before to arrive to see the Palatine Hills.

Know More about this tour

  • Enjoy riding on a Frecciarossa high-speed train and returning to Florence with plenty more time to explore
  • Enjoy a meet-and-greet with a local host at Florence railway station
  • Hop-on/ hop-off double decker bus from Rome Railway Station
  • Skip the line at Colosseum tour
With the help of our greeter (who will give you all the instructions to follow at destination), board on your high-speed train to reach Rome in 1.5 hours. Once arrived in Rome, you can see the highlights of Rome at your own pace as you move into the city to reach meeting point with a hop-on/hop-off all-day pass on a comfortable double-decker bus: at Rome Termini Station, go to the close to hop on - hop off stop to reach Colosseum  (Buses depart every 15 min approximately), and once there, your guide will give you a thorough history lesson about the site, including the gladiatorial clashes, wild-animal fights, and mock-naval battles that were once staged here. Once youre inside, youll wander remnants of the seating arcades that once fit 50,000 spectators. The Roman: Forum Next, youll explore the onetime cultural, economic, and political center of ancient Rome, the Roman Forum. Youll walk along the Via Sacra, tracing the paths of ancient military processions and political rallies. Youll also see important sites like the Temple of Julius Caesar (where the emperors body was ceremonially burned), and the Curia Juliathe still-intact Senate House where Cicero and Mark Antony once orated. Palatine Hill: According to legend, the twins Romulus and Remus first decided to begin building the city of Rome atop this impressive hill. Youll understand why as you walk here among its ruined emperors palaces and still-blooming botanical gardens. At the end, hop again on the bus to get back to Termini Station. Board again on your high-speed train and relax while reaching Florence after your journey through the History of Rome.  IMPORTANT NOTES:  - Extra closure may also occur without notice.  Be aware that even with Skip-the-Line entrance, lines may anyway occur due to Security checks.

Inclusions

  • Greeter at the Station in Florence
  • Roundtrip high-speed train tickets from Florence to Rome
  • Skip the Line entrances and Expert local Guide at the Colosseum
  • Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine
  • Hop on Hop off one day pass in Rome

Exclusions

  • Gratuities 
  • Hotel pick-up/drop-off 
  • Food/Beverages

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Cancel up to 3 days in advance for a full refund.

Unfortunately, wheelchairs and strollers cannot be accommodated on this tour. All customers must be able to autonomously walk, climb and get off the steps.

Wear comfortable shoes and be ready for any weather conditions

The operator is not responsible for any delays due to the state railways and suppliers of rail service in the event of sudden strikes, natural disasters, and any event which might cause delays during the day.