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Olivia 02 Sep 2023

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Travelled in group - Sep 2023
I had a tour with Laura and it was amazing! She really loves architecture and Rome and you can hear it with every single story!! She also relates to the group and brings people together. I joined a group of 5 and I felt very welcomed and had some lovely conversations!
Free walking tour “Understanding the architecture of Rome”
Carmen 01 Sep 2023
Castellón de la Plana

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Travelled in group - Sep 2023
Muy buen recorrido acompañado de excelente explicacion. Cecilia muy cercana y entretenida
Temples, Palaces and Castel Sant'Angelo: passing through the Jewish Ghetto and Campo de'Fiori
Evelyn 24 Aug 2023

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Travelled alone - Aug 2023
Muy entretenido y sobre todo delicioso. Un tour diferente, muy interesante los lugares que nos enseñó, que de otra forma hubiese sido difícil conocer. ¡Gracias Fernanda!
Eating like an Italian, GASTRONOMIC walk
Bárbara 19 Aug 2023
Rio de Janeiro

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Travelled alone - Aug 2023
Emil has anamazing way to capture moments! Thank you so much!
Photo Tour at Colosseum
Sabina 16 Aug 2023

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Travelled in couple - Aug 2023
Trop bien, Clotilde est absolument superbe et très sympa🥰
Free tour of Rome's historic centre (small group) // Parcours gratuit en petit comité du centre historique de Rome
Rita 14 Aug 2023

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Travelled alone - Aug 2023
I had a really good time with Fulvio doing the Colosseo tour. He knew all the best spots to take incredible fotos and he was very knowledgeable and very friendly. We moved to different spots around the Colosseo, which made the tour very dinamic and interesting. I really enjoyed hearing all the stories about the foundation of Rome, the battles that took place inside the monument and many other details.
Free walking tour - The Colosseum for everyone!
Luz 03 Aug 2023

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Travelled in family - Aug 2023
Muy bien todo!!! Genial
Colosseum Sightseeing Area (no entry)
Agostina 01 Aug 2023

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Travelled in group - Jul 2023
Piacevolissimo tour nel cuore di Roma, alla scoperta di luoghi e aneddoti nascosti. Beatrice è una guida preparatissima e trasmette con le sue parole l'amore che ha per la sua città e il suo lavoro. Tour consigliatissimo... anche se siete di Roma!
Spectral Rome: free tour among the ghosts of the past
Guillermo 27 Jul 2023

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Travelled in family - Jul 2023
Mercedes un encanto,lo sabe todo todito!

Rome has been a popular tourist destination for centuries. It is one of the most visited cities in the world and there are many reasons why it attracts so many people.
The Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon and other ancient buildings are some of Rome's main attractions. The city also offers excellent food, wine and shopping opportunities for visitors.
To make sure you don't miss out on any of the details, our usual recommendation is to have a professional guide on one of the Free Tours of Imperial Rome we offer here at GuruWalk.
The Colosseum is the best preserved ancient monument in Rome. It was originally a place of entertainment, where people came to watch gladiators and other forms of violent entertainment.
It is also possible to visit the Roman Forum, which was used as a marketplace and political centre of the city during the Roman Empire.
There are also many other attractions to see in Rome, such as the Pantheon, which has been around for over 2000 years.
Rome in the Roman Empire was a city that was a bustling centre of trade, commerce and culture. The population of the city at its peak is estimated at around 1 million people.
In terms of trade and commerce, Rome had a diverse economy that included agriculture, mining, manufacturing and trade. In addition to this, there were many different industries in the city, including pottery production and glass making. This helped to ensure that the population was well fed and clothed.
The most important part of any society is its culture. Rome had an extensive cultural life with many different forms of art, including theatrical performances and circuses, as well as public baths for men and women.
There are still many buildings, monuments and works of art from that time that we can still enjoy in Rome today.
Going back to the Roman Colosseum, it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Rome. It is a popular attraction because it is one of the few remaining structures of ancient Rome.
The Colosseum, or Flavian Amphitheatre, was built by Emperor Vespasian and his son Titus in 72 A.D. It was originally called the Flavian Amphitheatre because it was commissioned by Vespasian and his sons Titus and Domitian. The name "Colosseum" comes from the Colossus of Nero, a statue that stood nearby until it was destroyed in 1202.
The Roman Colosseum has been used as a point of interest for many tourists visiting Rome because it is one of the few remaining structures of ancient Rome.

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