Looking for a unique way to explore Rome? Embark on an adventure with Archeorunning’s new Colosseum running or walking tour.
This running tour explores the iconic squares of the Eternal City and includes private insider access to the historic amphitheater’s attic. Founder Isabella Calidonna, an art historian, certified tour guide and coach for Fidal (Italian Athletics Federation) and Coni (Italian National Olympic Committee), leads all ArcheoRunning’s tours.
Unlike other athletic tours, ArcheoRunning dives deeper into the heart of Rome’s history and culture. The Colosseum tour takes participants around the city to see hidden gems and historical monuments before exploring the Colosseum’s intermediate gallery, ascending to the third tier and then even higher with a climb to the attic. Reap the benefits at the end of the two-hour tour with breathtaking panoramic views of the monument. Every route is personalized to the traveler’s preferred departure location, ensuring a truly unique and immersive experience.
ArcheoRunning’s new Colosseum Tour is made possible thanks to the collaboration with Parco archeologico del Colosseo under the guidance of director Alfonsina Russo.
ArcheoRunning was established in 2016 and offers private running tours around Rome. The tours combine all of Isabella’s passions of running and showcasing the Eternal City.
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