Rome Gladiator School

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Rome: 2-Hour Gladiator School

Rome: 2-Hour Gladiator School

Train to be a gladiator at a school in Rome! Go back to school, but a school with a difference! Take this fun 2-hour course at a gladiator school on the ancient Via Appia in Rome, and learn to be a Roman fighter. Suitable for children and adults both, you will live like a warrior for 2 hours, wearing the gladiator tunic and mastering the skills of swordplay – safely of course. After an introduction to Roman history, learn the basic techniques of gladiatorial swords fighting. Each session includes a description of life as a gladiator and top tips on techniques with Roman weapons. Enjoy a unique experience!

Rome: Gladiator Show and Museum Tickets

Rome: Gladiator Show and Museum Tickets

GLADIATOR SHOW OF ANCIENT ROME The event takes place in the headquarters of Gladiators, in an equipped Arena, only at 3,5 Km. from Colosseum . In a striking environment with music, lights and effects , you can attend a Gladiators Fight , Ancient Dances , Vestals Rites and Pantomime. Important: The show is realized by historical reenactors with real weapons and armours. take all the pictures they want. Full duration of the event is one hour and a half. Entrance at 20.45 Visit at “Museo storico - didattico del legionario romano” and cocktail in the Armory of the Legion. End of the event : Around 22.00 Shows take place from maggio to september DATES 2022 Every Friday from May 13 to 16 September 2022.

Roma: Appian Way eBike tour, Aqueducts Catacombs & Lunch Box

Roma: Appian Way eBike tour, Aqueducts Catacombs & Lunch Box

The Catacombs of St. Callixtus St. Callixtus’s Catacombs are part of the so-called Callistian complex, an area of about 30 hectares between the Via Appia Antica, the Via Ardeatina and the Via delle Sette Chiese, in Rome, which houses various funerary areas and catacombs The catacombs arose towards the end of the 2nd century, with some private Christian hypogea and a funerary area directly dependent on the Roman church. They take their name from the deacon Callisto I, appointed by Pope Zephyrinus to administer the cemetery itself. Having in turn ascended the papal throne, Pope Callistus I enlarged the funerary complex, which soon became the official one of the Church. Ancient Appian Way Regional Park This tour takes you through the Ancient Appian Way Regional Park, one of the largest urban protected areas in Europe. You will be immerse in the history of the Ancient Appian Way, a 4th century BC roman road, over 500km long that connected Rome to Brindisi, south of Italy. Not only a military road but a road the hides a lots of secrets, beautiful villas and historical sites. You will pass by the Circus of Maxentius, the Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, to name a few. Our Appian Way E-bike Tour is one of the most captivating experiences we offer. The ancient Appian Way is a testament to Rome’s storied past, showcasing a wealth of history, culture, and art. This unique itinerary has been carefully crafted to introduce you to a magnificent road adorned with incredible monuments and landmarks. Break with lunch box A very much deserved break in the Holy Wood surrounded by Appia will give you the chance to learn the romantic love story of Egeria and Numa Pompilio while tasting the roman specialties in your the lunch box. In the afternoon there will be a tasty Aperitif to replace the Lunch box

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Rome Gladiator School: Our most recommended tours and activities

Rome: 2-Hour Gladiator School

Rome: 2-Hour Gladiator School

Train to be a gladiator at a school in Rome! Go back to school, but a school with a difference! Take this fun 2-hour course at a gladiator school on the ancient Via Appia in Rome, and learn to be a Roman fighter. Suitable for children and adults both, you will live like a warrior for 2 hours, wearing the gladiator tunic and mastering the skills of swordplay – safely of course. After an introduction to Roman history, learn the basic techniques of gladiatorial swords fighting. Each session includes a description of life as a gladiator and top tips on techniques with Roman weapons. Enjoy a unique experience!

Rome: Gladiator Show and Museum Tickets

Rome: Gladiator Show and Museum Tickets

GLADIATOR SHOW OF ANCIENT ROME The event takes place in the headquarters of Gladiators, in an equipped Arena, only at 3,5 Km. from Colosseum . In a striking environment with music, lights and effects , you can attend a Gladiators Fight , Ancient Dances , Vestals Rites and Pantomime. Important: The show is realized by historical reenactors with real weapons and armours. take all the pictures they want. Full duration of the event is one hour and a half. Entrance at 20.45 Visit at “Museo storico - didattico del legionario romano” and cocktail in the Armory of the Legion. End of the event : Around 22.00 Shows take place from maggio to september DATES 2022 Every Friday from May 13 to 16 September 2022.

Roma: Appian Way eBike tour, Aqueducts Catacombs & Lunch Box

Roma: Appian Way eBike tour, Aqueducts Catacombs & Lunch Box

The Catacombs of St. Callixtus St. Callixtus’s Catacombs are part of the so-called Callistian complex, an area of about 30 hectares between the Via Appia Antica, the Via Ardeatina and the Via delle Sette Chiese, in Rome, which houses various funerary areas and catacombs The catacombs arose towards the end of the 2nd century, with some private Christian hypogea and a funerary area directly dependent on the Roman church. They take their name from the deacon Callisto I, appointed by Pope Zephyrinus to administer the cemetery itself. Having in turn ascended the papal throne, Pope Callistus I enlarged the funerary complex, which soon became the official one of the Church. Ancient Appian Way Regional Park This tour takes you through the Ancient Appian Way Regional Park, one of the largest urban protected areas in Europe. You will be immerse in the history of the Ancient Appian Way, a 4th century BC roman road, over 500km long that connected Rome to Brindisi, south of Italy. Not only a military road but a road the hides a lots of secrets, beautiful villas and historical sites. You will pass by the Circus of Maxentius, the Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, to name a few. Our Appian Way E-bike Tour is one of the most captivating experiences we offer. The ancient Appian Way is a testament to Rome’s storied past, showcasing a wealth of history, culture, and art. This unique itinerary has been carefully crafted to introduce you to a magnificent road adorned with incredible monuments and landmarks. Break with lunch box A very much deserved break in the Holy Wood surrounded by Appia will give you the chance to learn the romantic love story of Egeria and Numa Pompilio while tasting the roman specialties in your the lunch box. In the afternoon there will be a tasty Aperitif to replace the Lunch box

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4.7
(325 reviews)

Great gladiator show. We had a great evening, both adults and children. Everything is done to have a good time. A museum is planned in the activity presenting the equipment and the history of the gladiators. The children were able to try on costumes, they were delighted. They also make them participate in the show, my son loved it! I highly recommend. The place is a little further from the center, we took a taxi (15 minutes) and the team on site will order you a return taxi if you wish. Thank you again for this moment!

The team running this activity is great. We had a large group consisting of many families from all over the world and everyone had a great time. As an adult taking this course, I had a blast with my son. We met new friends and got to battle at the end which made his day as he defeated me in front of everyone!

We had a really fun evening! The staff were especially lovely - (it was an evening show and they called us a taxi to make sure we could get back to our hotel ok) The show itself is a laugh for adults and children alike and we even had refreshments! Highly recommend

Great history lesson and wonderful interactive fun! My 5, 8, 10 year old kids loved it! Highlight of Rome for them! Highly recommend

It was very good, suitable for both children and adults!