A Balcony on History
Simply the most exclusive experience you can find in the Eternal City.
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Everyday maddening crowds gather in this archaeological area. With us you will have the amazing opportunity to visit the Roman Forum like no one else ever did before. We will unlock a secluded location that will provide you and your party with a spectacular view of the heart of the roman life without distractions. You won’t notice the marvel of the site at first but, as soon as you walk in, you will be amazed by the 15 feet door which will be opened specifically for you. The moment we open the door, light will fill the whole site, unveiling a balcony overlooking the Forum: from there you will feel like floating on Roman History and you will be left in awestruck.
Your personal host will explain to you all the highlights of this marvelous archaeological site including a 2000-year-old temple with its ancient roman columns, making you feel the excitement of living first-hand the great ancient Rome.
This memorable visit will be crowned by the visit of ancient Rome’s main highlight, the imposing Colosseum.
Rates for 4 people: € 1.150
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|From 1 January 2023 to 31 December 2023||€ 1,150|
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