Immerse yourself in Rome’s street food scene, where you can sample zucchini flowers, suppli, pastries and pizza whilst enjoying the magnificent sights of ancient Rome.
- Adult 18 and older
- 2 Adults 18 and older
- 3 - 6 Adults 18 and older
- 7 - 10 Adults 18 and older
- Child 5 - 17 years old
- Infant 0 - 4 years old
Discover the National Roman Museum and admire Greek works
Palazzo Massimo alle Terme is near Termini train station. It contains one of the world’s most important collections of Classical art. The museum consists of four levels hosting collections of sculptures, mosaics, busts and frescos depicting the culture of everyday life over the course of several hundred years.
On this small-group 2-hour tour, you enjoy skip-the-line entry to the National Roman Museum and admire collection highlights of Greek works including the ‘Boxer at Rest’, a bronze statue dated back to IV century b.C., the ‘Discus Thrower’, a marble sculpture of 455 b.C. whose original was a bronze statue, and the ‘Sleeping Hermaphrodite’, which depicts a young man sleeping. The rear view, with the buttocks in the foreground in a provocative way, suggests the beauty of a female body.
On the fourth floor, you can see the richly decorated rooms that belonged to Empress Livia, Augustus’ wife. Between them is a garden depicted in great detail and with a great variety of plant species.
If you like ancient art, you will love this tour. Take it also as a good alternative in rainy days or a cool refuge from the hottest days of summer in Rome
Altar of Romulus and Remus
Ancient Roman calendar fragments
Statue of Emperor Augustus
The bronze statue of Boxer at Rest
Mosaics from the Villa of Livia, wife of Augustus
The Portonaccio sarcophagus, used for the burial of a Roman general
The Torlonia vase, a colossal marble vase, made in the 1st century b.C.
The largest coin collection in Italy
- Top-rated local guide
- Walking tour
- Skip the line entrance ticket
- Transportation from and to your hotel
- Food and drinks
- On hot summer days, wear a hat and comfortable shoes. Do not forget also to bring a camera to take pictures of the great sites you will see.
- Shoulders and knees should be covered when entering churches.
- Bring a bottle of water with you that you can refill from the beautiful and fresh fountains of Rome with great drinkable water.