The accessible tour into ancient times dedicated to wheelchair users begins into the largest amphitheatre in the ancient world, the Colosseum. During the visit, you will admire the place where gladiators and fierce animals challenged each other unto death for the pleasure of the Emperors and the cheering audiences.
Moreover, thanks to our special equipment and the assistance of our trained staff, you will visit the centre and heart of Ancient Rome, the Forum and the Senate House, where the destiny of Rome and most of the Western world was decided. Then you will reach the Arch of Titus, which commemorates the Emperor’s victory over Jerusalem in 72 A.D and finally you will admire the Arch of Constantine, commemorating the conversion of pagan Rome to Christianity.
Furthermore, thanks to our Special wheelchair “the wheely trekky”, now you are able to visit the site of Imperial Palaces, inaccessible area using normal wheelchairs, situated on the top of the Palatine Hill, one of the historical seven hills, where Romulus founded the ancient city of Rome.
To complete this accessible tour through ancient Roman times, you will see the famous Circus Maximus and the Theatre of Marcello (a forerunner of the Colosseum) and you will visit Piazza Venezia with the huge marble monument dedicated to King Victor Emmanuel II, built at the turn of the last century.
On request, with an extra cost, it is possible to have an accessible transfer with vehicle equipped with lift.
Tour lasts about 3 hours
- Entrance “Skip the Line” Ticket for Colosseum and Roman Forum
- Private English speaking tour guide