Highly recommend this tour! Such a different way to experience The Colosseum. Cristina was a great guide. Couldn’t fault any of it! Simply amazing!!
Meet our staff to collect your skip-the-line ticket and wear a last generation Samsung Oculus VR to be virtually immersed in the ancient Rome of nearly 2000 years ago, when the Colosseum knew its moments of greatest glory and fame.
Through our certified 3D reconstruction of the Colosseum integrated by an accurate audio description you can walk virtually in real time in the square among Roman passers-by, admiring the gilded bronze statue of Nero; inside the arena between the roar of ferocious lions and gladiators fighting; into various corridors of the mysterious underground (and typically unknown to tourists) where slaves move around silently to prepare the shows and impatient and hungry animals ready to suddenly be project into the arena.
Completing the virtual experience, now is the time to be escorted by our staff to the entrance "skip the line" of the most famous and best preserved ancient amphiteatre in the world, the Colosseum, to complete in all your peace and comfort the overview of the Colosseum’s history. The symbol of Rome, the Flavian Amphitheatre, better known as the Colosseum, built to accommodate from between 50,000 to 75,000 spectators.was the place where spectacles happened,
Once finished your adventure inside the Colosseum, if you are not tired enough you can continue the cultural visit on your own, with the same ticket "skip the line", inside a real open air museum: Roman Forum and Palatine Hill (house of Romulus, the founder of Rome).
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My son and I had great experience to see Colosseum how it was in the past and compare it to the present. Cristina vas very professional and friendly and answered on all our questions. Thank you very much for this interesting tour.
I am very happy to have chosen this way to experience the history of the Colloseum. I saw the ancient reality vehind the ruins... not only of Colloseum but also the Venus temple and the Collosus. When you are a tourist in Rome you can...More
Cristina was a gem amongst other less reputables. Really enjoyed using the device and it really brought it all alive. Shame it doesn’t extend into the Hill and Forum but still worked brilliantly for the Colosseum. Also was great to skip the line. Make sure...More