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Gladiator Museum Tours & Tickets

Gladiator Museum
There’s no symbol more evocative of ancient Rome than the gladiators, and visitors of all ages will enjoy spending a few hours at the modern city’s Gladiator Museum. Admire faithful reproductions of helmets and armor—including shields and breastplates—worn by the fighters over a span of almost 1,000 years.
Address: Piazza Navona, 90, Rome 00186, Italy

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Rome walking tour: Churches, Squares and Fountains

Rome walking tour: Churches, Squares and Fountains

This relaxed walking tour is a great chance to explore the very center of Rome, visiting some of the most beautiful landmarks of the Eternal City. The streets of Rome are home to some of the city’s finest art, and that is why it is often referred to as an “open air museum”. In around 3 hours, you walk through a picturesque part of the compact historic center of Rome, visiting its most iconic sights and some of the lesser-known corners. With a local, licensed and expert tour guide, you can hear the stories and anecdotes that bring these incredible sights to life. With a small group sizes up to 12 people, it’s easy to interact. Furthermore, when busy, the guide sports a flag so to be always in sight. All of this so you can relax and enjoy your walking tour of Rome. The “Churches, Squares and Fountains” walking tour is the perfect way to get to know some of the art and history of Rome travelling at an easy pace. Grab the opportunity to plunge yourself in the deep heart of Rome.
  • 2 to 45 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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