ANCIENT IMPERIAL ROME
COLISEUM - FORUM - CAPITOLINE HILL - VENICE SQUARE
The Coliseum, whose real name is Flavian Amphitheatre, was built by two emperors of the Flavian family; Vespasian began it on 72 a.D. and his son Titus ended it on 80 a.D. On the same square we can admire the Arch of Constantine erected in the IV century a.D. and the Arch of Titus in the I century a.D. We will continue walking through the Roman Forum, the biggest archaeological area in the world just in the heart of Rome. Arriving on the top of the Capitole hill, nowadays seat of the City Hall, we can admire the beautiful square designed by Michelangelo Buonarroti with the Palazzo Conservatori and the Palazzo Nuovo which are important Museums. After that, going down the Capitole Hill we'll get directly into Venice Square where we will be astonished by the Vittoriano, the biggest European monument.