Tour

Rome is the capital of Italy and the political, economic, cultural and transportation center of the country. Rome is a famous historical and cultural city in the world. The birthplace of the ancient Roman civilization was nicknamed "the city of eternal" for its long history and large number of historic sites. It is located in the central and western peninsula, the Tiber River in the plains of seven small hills, the area of city center over 1200 square kilometers. Rome is also the center of the Catholic Church in the world. It has more than 700 churches and monasteries and seven Catholic universities. The city of Vatican City is home to the Roman bishop, the Catholic Pope and the Holy See. Rome and Florence are the same centers of Italian Renaissance and nowadays there are still quite rich Renaissance and Baroque styles. In 1980, the historic city of Rome was listed as a World Cultural Heritage Site.

One-Day Tour (DIY TOUR)

Colosseum ðRoman Forum ð Trevi Fountain ð Piazza Navona

Rome in Italy is a big city, subway travel are very convenient. Therefore, it is recommended to buy day pass (Traffic Card) at the subway station, you can use it to take subway and bus, it's very convenient.

Colosseum: 9:00-10:00

Colosseum, also known as the Amphitheater, located in the lower part of the Roman Forum, covers an area of six acres, like a limestone-lined hilltop depression. Colosseum exterior wall covered with awesome arches; interior is a crack seat. At the bottom is a platform for duel between humans and beasts. Below the platform is a compartment beasts and slaves.
Standing at the bottom, you can feel a deep sense of oppression hit! This huge Colosseum in has always been packed in the bloody most heyday, there are a abundance of the most fanatical scenes, but never like today as a ruin as touching.

Traffic Subway: B Line to Colosseo Station
Bus: 60, 75, 85, 87, 117, 271, 571, 175, 186, 810, 850,  C3 to Colosseo Station; If you buy a Roma Pass, you can use it to visit the arena and there are specialized access.
Tickets Package of 12 euros (including Colosseum, Roman Forum and Mount Palatino) and you can use the Roma Pass.
Opening hours 8:30 - 17:00 (February 16 to March 15)
8:30 - 17:30 (March 16 - last Saturday, March)
8:30 - 19:15 (last Sunday in March until August 31)
8:30 - 19:00 (Sept. 1 to Sept. 30)
8:30 - 18:30 (October 1 to the last Saturday of October)
8:30 - 16:30 (last Sunday in October until February 15)

Roman Forum: 10:30-11:30

Roman Forum, also known as Roman Market, Roman ruins, is located between Rome's Palatine Hill in Rome and the Collis Capitolinus, it used to be the economic and political center of the ancient Roman Empire. It has a history of over two thousand years and most of the interior was ruined.

Traffic Subway: B Line to Colosseo Station
Bus: 75, 81, 673, 175, 204
Tickets Package of 12 euros (including Colosseum, Roman Forum and Mount Palatino) and you can use the Roma Pass.
Opening hours 9:00 - two hours before sunset

Trevi Fountain: 14:00-15:00

The fountain at the junction of three roads marks the terminal point of the "modern" Acqua Vergine. The Trevi Fountain is also the largest baroque fountain in the world and it is well-known all over the world after the movie "Roman Holiday" sweeping over the world.
There is also a legend about the Trevi Fountain - If tourists the back Trevi Fountain to make a wish, and the right hand over his left shoulder thrown coins into the pool, they would have the opportunity to visit Rome again; and if the couple throw coins into the pool together, their love will be eternal.

Traffic Bus: 116
Tickets Free
Opening hours The whole day
Piazza Navona: 16:00-17:00

Piazza Navona is not far from Trevi Fountain, and the famous Four Fountains locates in the Piazza Navona. The four rivers refer to the Danube, the Ganges, the Nile and the Rio de la Prada, respectively, representing four large states, the obelisk in the middle alludes to Catholic centrality.

Traffic Bus: 40, 46, 62, 64, 81, 87, 116, 492, 628
Tickets Free
Opening hours The whole day