Let’s start with San Clemente’s Church which reveals 2000 years of history just going down a few steps in the undergrounds where an important Mithraeum dedicated to god Mithras is placed. The Colosseum, symbol of the power and the invincibility of the Caput Mundi. We’ll see the biggest and the best preserved ancient arch, the one of Constantine, built in 315 AD to commemorate the emperor’s victory over Maxentius. We’ll go on towards the heart of Rome or The Roman Forum, a center of Roman public life for centuries. We’ll climb up the lowest of the Seven hills- The Capitol, that was the most important religious center of the ancient city.
We’ll visit one of the most ancient part of the city, the cradle of the Roman civilization -the Palatin Hill, where, according to the legend, the cave where the she-woof suckled Romulus and Remus was situated. This is the place where the roman emperors built their luxurious palaces. We’ll pass through the Via dei Fori Imperiali to admire the fora built by Caesar, August, Nerva and Trajan, whose column is considered to be the highest achievement of roman art.