colosseum underground tour

What is the Colosseum underground tour?

Visit to the Colosseum may become an unforgettable experience since there is a variety of tours at any time of the day. Moreover, you have a unique opportunity to discover the udergrounds with narrow corridors and hidden paths where many secrets from the period of Roman Empire were kept and your tour guide will share these secrets with you.

Colosseum Restricted Areas Tour: Access to Underground

Colosseum Restricted Areas Tour Access to Underground price 56 euro

This Colosseum Restricted Areas Tour provided with official licensed tour guide and starts at the Arch of Constantine. You will have express, skip-the-line access to the Colosseum. During the tour you will walk through the Undergrounds with narrow corridors, tunnels and complex mechanisms. Moreover, in the undergrounds slaves moved and created impressive stage effects. During the tour, your guide will reveal many incredible details about the long last days of the Colosseum. After the tour you can climb up to the Arena. Later, your group will go to discover the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. The duration of the tour is 3 hours and the price starts from 56 euro per person. Headphones are provided.

Colosseum and Underground Arena Night Tour

Colosseum and Underground Arena Night Tour price 65 euro

This is 80-minutes Colosseum and underground arena walking guided tour at night where you can see famous monument in a different light. This is an amazing opportunity to skip the long lines and to explore both the arena level and undergrounds. There are many interesting hidden paths from the time of Ancient Rome. Moreover, you will learn about Roman Emperors and their lives and gladiator games of the Flavian Amphitheater. There are impressive night time illuminations. The price starts from 65 euro per person and headsets are provided.

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