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Shakespeare in Rome – Rome authorised guide
Shakespeare in Rome tours are designed to give you a new experience of the Eternal City and its surroundings. Our vision of Rome was inspired by the Bard and it grew following the path of many writers, artists and film makers. All the ones we chose for you, turned the Eternal City into a stage, an open air museum and a movie set. Come and play with us!
From Rome to shore excursion...
Kings and Emperors of Rome – Half day tour of Ancient Rome
Galleria Borghese and Villa Borghese – Art gallery and gardens
Ostia Antica – A Pompei in proximity of Rome – Archaeological Private Walking Tour (3 hours)
‘La Dolce vita’ Tour – Baroque & Renaissance Rome Private Walking Tour (3 hours)
Rome Full day – The eternal city tour Vatican City and Ancient Rome
Rome Shore excursion – Cruise Visitors VIP full day private tour (Ancient Rome+Vatican)
Tivoli Excursion – VIP Day Excursion to Tivoli, Hadrian’s Villa & Villa D’Este (7 hours)
Underground Tour – Underground Rome Private Tour (3 hours)
Vatican HD – Vatican City Half Day Sightseeing Tour
Rome from Stage to Movie Set – Walking tour in a half day
Discovery Rome and history of the eternal city
The archaelogical site of the Circus Maximus and the Imperial Fora
Rome still boasts a lot of marvels waiting to be discovered not only by archaeologists but especially by visitors and citizens, so that they can understand the real wealth and the elegance of this city. If you have the chance to spend some days in Rome at Christmas, go and visit one of the several exhibitions on show in the city (I published the list of the most interesting exhibitions in Rome to help you to choose), but don’t miss the chance to visit Ancient Rome: the Circus Maximus and the Imperial Fora.
Top 10 Fascinating Facts About Rome In Ancient Times
The Roman Empire is a civilization that continues to astonish us all over thousands of years after their moment of glory. Their contribution to history came in many shapes of forms – culture, language, technology, medicine, etc. But even though they left such a palpable and undeniable legacy, there are still many secrets and mysteries that are only now getting unveiled. Join us as we lay down some of the most interesting facts about Rome that you probably didn’t know. #1 Ancient Romans were living examples of paradoxes. Even though they were way ahead of their time in plenty of domains, medicine excluded, like most cases, they also had their rotten apples in the bunch. Rome was filled with the belief that gladiator blood was able to cure a set of afflictions, including epilepsy. After gladiator fights were banned, they even went as far as to turn to executed prisoners instead for their miracle worker. #2 The Latin language wasn’t actually the Empire’s universal tongue. There were around 65 million people part of the Roman Empire, so it was essentially impossible to impose the same language to all of them. Actually, many original languages survived and the Romans themselves were, […]
Ancient Rome – Bringing Ancient History to Life
The Roman Empire once dominated the Western world and stayed intact for almost 700 years. Today, over 2,000 years later, ancient Rome’s influence is still seen in art, architecture, engineering, language, literature, law, and religion. In March 2015, National Geographic Channel will chronicle the life of Jesus through the retelling of the intense political, social, and historical conflicts during the Roman Empire that ultimately led to his death. This collection of educational content looks at this time period in ancient Rome through the lens of issues around citizenship, technology, government, culture, language, and geography. Use these resources to dig deeper into relevant world history and human geography topics.