For lunch, after visiting the Vatican Museums, we will take you to taste the typical dishes of Roman cuisine in one of the nicest gay friendly restaurants in Rome. After lunch the tour will proceed to the discovery of the Colosseum and the Fori Imperiali. Continues the day with a trip to the gay street located in front of the Coliseum and here we stop for a drink and light lunch at the historic Gay Bar in Rome, the Coming Out.
The day will culminate with an evening of fun in one of the hottest gay discos in Rome (La Mucca Assassina, Georgeus or Gay Village. A choice based on the day and season).
The tour can be made on your choice by electric bicycle, Segway or on foot, using public transport .
Colosseum and Imperial Forum with English Guide
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Your tour will begin a top Colle Oppio with a panoramic view of the Colosseum, modern Rome's most recognizable landmark and one of Ancient Rome's most vital social centers. From there we will descend to our special Skip the line access to the Colosseum. Once inside, our expert official guide will talk you through the bloody past of the Amphitheatre as you listen to tales of gladiators, mock sea-battles and executions. After a brief rest at the Arch of Constantine, you will arrive at the Palatine Hill - the most famous of the 7 hills of Rome. From here you will admire the views of the Roman Forum and Nero's Circus Maximus where chariot races were once held. Romulus and Remus were said to have been found on the Palatine by the she-wolf who nursed and raised them. Legend holds that Romulus went on to found Rome. The last stop of the tour is a walk along the Via Sacra or Sacred Way which is the main path through the Roman Forum that once sparkled with festivals and triumphal processions. It ends at the Temple which houses the altar where Jilius Caesar was cremated. Visitors from around the world still leave flowers and candles at this site today.
Vatican Museum escorted tour
The purpose of this tour is a visit to the Vatican Museums. Leaving Piazza San Bernardo, adorned by Moses' Fountain, we will head to Piazza della Repubblica with the fountain of the Naiad. The route will wind Bissolati Via, Via Veneto and Villa Borghese. After this ample view of an important part of the city, visit the Vatican Museums and the Vatican Galleries. You can admire the modern entrance built for the Jubilee 2000, the Candelabra Gallery and Tapestry Room of the Geographical Maps, the Sobiesky Hall and the Hall of the Immaculate Conception. The group will then stop to admire the Sistine Chapel, seat of the Conclave, frescoed by Michelangelo to end up in the Ancient Vatican Library.
- Appetizer: Prosciutto and Mozzarella
- First: Bucatini all 'matriciana
- Second: strips of meat
- Side dish: baked potato and salad
- Dessert: basket with whipped cream, strawberries and cream
- Drinks: House wine red or white-water
* The tour includes all entrance fees, guide gay or gay friendly, the card services of the city of Rome (Roma Pass) and as expressly provided.
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