- 3 hours
- Product Type
- Vicus Caprarius
- Rinascente Tritone
- San Silvestro in Capite
- Stadium of Domitian
Your guide will accompany you to the Basilica of San Silvestro in Capite; as you enter its courtyard, you'll be greeted by a mesmerizing array of archaeological remains, hinting at the rich history that lies beneath your feet. You will then venture into the subterranean world of vibrant Piazza Navona. As you descend into its underground levels, you'll encounter the Stadium of Domitian, once a grand arena that hosted gladiatorial contests and chariot races where you'll feel the echoes of the past and visualize the electrifying atmosphere that once filled this ancient venue.
Throughout this captivating tour, you'll discover how Rome's ancient structures have been preserved and integrated into the contemporary urban fabric, creating a captivating tapestry of history and modernity.
- You're a history lover looking to explore ancient ruins and historical landmarks
- You crave an elevated experience with a guide who has advanced academic knowledge
- You want to enrich your remaining stay in the Eternal City
- Vicus Caprarius – excavated underground space showing ancient Roman apartments situated near the Trevi Fountain.
- Rinascente Tritone – modern department store housing the ancient Aqua Virgo aqueduct in its basement.
- San Silvestro in Capite – eigth-century Catholic church displaying a courtyard full of archaeological remains.
- Stadium of Domitain – ancient Roman stadium situated underground Piazza Navona.
- Includes tickets to Vicus Caprarius and Stadium of Domitian.
- Upon receiving your order, our team will secure a guide. Once the venue tickets are released, we will purchase them. Our team will be in touch with alternative options if we cannot secure tickets for the date and time you requested.
- This tour may be accessible for clients with limited mobility. Vicus Caprarius, Rinascente Tritone and San Silvestro in Capite are wheelchair-accessible. Stadium of Domitian is not currently accessible as there are no ramps or elevators at the site and the terrain is uneven and difficult to navigate.
- Service dogs are allowed if you have a medical certificate proving the need.
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You do spend much of the tour underground, although you won't visit any site that is particularly narrow or small.
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