Roman landmarks are impressive by day but at night, they resonate with a quaint ambiance of mystery. Our Colosseum Underground Evening Tour with Aperitivo is a perfect way to make your experience of this imposing structure a bit more special. In a group of maximum 25 people, you will start your journey at 7:30 or 9:00 with a tasty Aperitivo.
Once your bellies are full of Italian delicacies, you will head to the Colosseum. The night tour of the Colosseum will last 1 hour and 20 minutes. It includes a visit to the arena, the mysterious Colosseum underground as well as a tour of the first, and second levels.
VIP Colosseum at night tour with underground and arena floor casts a spell on its onlookers. But the magic is not the only reason you should consider this Colosseum tours at night! The largest Roman amphitheater is one of the most visited landmarks in Rome. During the day, the place is bustling with tourists. Crowds on the outside, crowds on the inside! A nighttime ticket to Colosseum tours lets you free yourself from the masses. At night, there will only be a couple of hundred visitors walking halls in awe, instead of the regular 3000 people.
Furthermore, visiting the Colosseum at night means no waiting in line to get inside. The only ones waiting will be the waiters while you enjoy a tasty Italian Aperitivo. Our expert guide will be by your side each step of the way! By the flickering lights, he or she will revive the past with stories of epic fights and bizarre practices. The nighttime atmosphere might even leave you a little spooked! A cherry on top? Our guide will also point out and take you to the best spots to snap that ideal picture of the Colosseum at night.
Is this the best Colosseum by night tour 2018 with fast-track Colosseum Rome ticket
or what? Well, we will let you be the judge of that!
History Sneak Peek
The mighty Colosseum and ancient Rome are inseparable. You can't talk about one without the other. It stands east of the Roman Forum, and even half-ruined it continues to awe its every visitor.
Time of Gladiator Battles
The structure was commissioned by Emperor Vespasian of the Flavian around 70 AD; a successful attempt to keep the masses entertained and distracted. The emperors used it to organize all sorts of games including gladiator battles and wild animal fights.
Ruin & Neglect
However, after around four centuries of fame and active use, it fell into neglect; especially after being severely hit by an earthquake. The life went on and the rubble of the fallen facade became a source of building materials for new buildings around the city.
See it for Yourself
Even if we tried, we can't possibly sum up the wild and intriguing Colosseum history in two short paragraphs. Better to leave this to our expert guides! After all, it's so much better to learn while walking the down the dimly lit corridors and listening to a vivid commentary!
There is no point in trying to resist! Rome at night is calling! Book our Colosseum Underground Evening Tour with Arena Floor and Roman Forum today and turn sightseeing into something better!