The Colosseum of the state of Rome is probably the most impressive building constructed in the Roman Empire. Originally it was known as the Flavian Amphitheater and was the largest building of that era. This building is infamously known as the site of brutal gladiator battles in which slaves and fighters were brutally slaughtered just for the sake of enjoyment of the emperor and his people.
An interesting research has revealed that the Colosseum functioned as a building of medieval bazaar, full of houses, stables and workshops of Middle Ages. This heritage site attracts millions of tourists from all over the world and shows them the greatest work of Roman Architecture and Engineering. The best way though to explore the majestic remains of this classic past of Rome is choosing Group Tours and Private Tours.
The reason that makes a tour to Rome’s Colosseum the best one is because you are allowed to walk free and explore the splendid remains of this monument. In private as well as group tours, you are provided with fluent English- speaking guides having contagious passion for the heritages and the talent to immerse to in the secrets of the majestic remains and the life of great people who paved the way to great architecture and culture. You will readily walk down the lane of memories and immerse you solely in the lives of Romans who once lived in there.
Whether you settle for a Group Tour or a private Tour to the famous Colosseum you have the following To Do, See and Explore:
The tunnels of the arena along with which you can discover the secrets of the games.
Relive an entire day’s entertainment at the Colosseum
Discover who the gladiators really were through their own personal histories
Admire the perfection of the Colosseum from its Third Tier, and experience Rome’s infinite beauty
Uncover the daily life, the political struggles and the gods of the ancient city in the Forum
Explore the luxurious villas of aristocrats and emperors on the Palatine Hill
Without fully exploring Colosseum, you can’t really understand why this called a part of the Eternal City and your tour becomes a walk through eternity. The stones that laid the foundation and the marble that created the majestic building now stand still and shout their story. A look at this remnant gives you a glimpse of the glorious and bloody past of Imperial Rome. It dictates and retells the victory of warriors who fought; it reminds of the lingering roars of the audience- the last sound that the fallen gladiators heard as they slowly perished in sand, flushed by their own blood. It recounts the many bloody games which became the symbol of an empires power.
The Colosseum has proved several things in history; now it stands for you to see and uncover the hidden stories that have changed the changed the world in their own way.