Le Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini, Rome

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Le Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini, a 16th-century palace, houses the provincial government offices as well as underground ruins. Tour the palace halls to admire the ornate mosaics and marble detailing, or venture underground to see what's left of the ancient private bath complex. Only small groups are allowed underground at one time, so book your tickets early. Request an audio guide to learn more about life in ancient Rome and the historical uses of the structures. Arrange your visit to Le Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini and discover more family-friendly attractions in Rome using our Rome road trip planner.
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  • A unique experience, even if maybe the price is a tad exaggerated, €12. The media path though fingers one and a half hours and immerses you completely in another era. Maybe a little fast at some points to make room for the final movie on Trajan column, interesting but certainly more boring than walking trail in the domus.
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  • Guest reviews was good rating, so was expecting. On the net has been booked in advance. It looked really hot, very tasty location on the day of the. Toured the area received tickets since we arrived a little early and waited. Limited has become a small shop where to receive a ticket, sit. And deposit your luggage locker was an umbrella stand. Once more toilets. The contents of the tour, well, that feeling. And you can see at that time in the CG was interesting, but it seems a little long. Could English speakers is no problem at all kikitorezu staff English. Taller people, invisible and unabashedly, without considering the person behind big people, so too impudent aside does not go at all. Staff won't induce that side nothing. Operation screens in Japan to switch, so close to Japan to tour you can.
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  • The good first, that is Trajaforum free to explore, so without entrance fees or deducted from the ROMA PASS. Eye-catcher is, of course, the famous Trajan's column, with the carved exploits of the Roman Emperor. The area is somewhat widely but good to explore, because artificial bridges were built. Since is still partly excavated, you can not directly on the site. However, a detour worth there in any case. Just opposite the square stands an imposing and monumental building, which invites you to linger. Tip: just beyond the Roman Forum, the Palatine Hill and the Colosseum. Three one attraction price 16,-€ or with the ROMA PASS is a tourist attraction
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  • Wow. Amazing. Laser pointers and holograms are used to bring an ancient Roman home to life. The site only allows small guided tours, not individual exploration. Well worth the visit.
  • Wonderful experience into an ancient Roman home and a great movie describing Trajan's Column at the end.
  • A Pearl, an extremely skillfully performed show. To a history freak a real must. Wins Tutankhamen`s grave, Lucy`s bones, absolutely The high point of my trip.
  • Amazing experience going through the history of rich families from Rome. My tour had only 5 People so that was very good tô see things without 100 chineses in the same space as it would have on other attractions from Rome.
  • wonderfull concept for a sound and light show. it last about 1h30. I am sadden by the fact that the rooms are very small and the group to big. As such, we can barely see what there is to see and constantly have to fight to see something. too bad as the concept is great

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