Rome Private: The Colosseum and Forum (skip the lines)

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From EUR 300

Duration: 3 Hours approx

Cost: From €300 (price is for 2 people)


The arena of death! The Colosseum, a monument so vast and imposing, so awe-inspiring and iconic that it many ways it has come encapsulate the Roman Empire. A building which would take a mere 8 years to construct and with a capacity of over 50,000  would remain the biggest sporting arena in the world until the 20th Century.

The Colosseum may not be as crowded today, but entrance times can stretch over numerous hours. You and your Rogue Historian will skip all the lines (excluding security) heading straight into the Colosseum and the Roman Forum.



It may be over 1500 years since the last gladiator fights but this isn’t a problem for The Rogue Historians. We will take you back in time for a day at the games - blood, guts, gore and more.

After the Colosseum, we head to the Roman Forum. A site evoking the names of great leaders and tyrannical despots, the Roman Forum is the backdrop to some of the most illustrious and murderous events in world history.

It was here that Tiberius Gracchus was clubbed to death by the chairs of furious senators. Here that Cicero exposed the Catiline conspiracy with a series of speeches that have been admired and deplored ever since. Here that the great Gaius Julius Caesar was cremated after his pivotal assassination, and here that so many other fateful moments which would go onto shape western history would take place. Most importantly it is here that the Rogue historians will cement your love for Roman history.

Tour Inclusions

  • Private Rogue Historian guide for you and your group.
  • Skip the line access to the Colosseum
  • Skip the line access to the Roman Forum

Tour Exclusions

  • Hotel pick up (available for additional cost)
  • Guide gratuity (optional)

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Private Tours

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  • Trajan's Column
  • The Roman Forum
  • The Arch of Titus
  • The Arch of Constantine
  • The Colosseum


  1. Trajans Colum
  2. Roman Forum entrance
  3. Roman Forum
  4. Arch of Titus
  5. Arch of Constantine
  6. Colosseum