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Rome Emperors & Gladiators » by Walking Audio Tours
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The exciting Rome Emperors&Gladiators audio walk for your iPhone! ★ GPS and offline maps guide you to top historic venues ★ Wonderful audio commentary ★ The perfect tour at your own pace
★★★ Walk. Listen. Feel. ★★★
Get a unique view of the city’s venues of the myths, assassinations, treachery and ironies of the men who ruled and conquered Europe. Written by city and history experts, narrated with wonderful voices, and ambient music to make your walking tour a memorable experience.
Take the walk at your own pace and with the freedom to vary the tour, take breaks, linger at interesting locations. You can even enjoy the audio experience at home or on the plane.
▶ Features of this app:
- 100% offline. No data connection required
- use GPS for locatization, w/o data conn.
- includes the offline map of the city
- routing with GPS, map and compass
- audio available in English and Spanish
▶ Why people love this app:
- discover secrets and little know facts
- experience the city – Walk. Listen. Feel.
- take the walk at your own pace
- much cheaper than a touristy group walk
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Additional Information about this walk
Ancient Rome is highly regarded as the ultimate fighting force that built an Empire and introduced civilization to the western world - but in reality its rulers were often depraved, deceitful and self-obsessed. In this tour, you will hear about the myths, assassinations, treachery and ironies of the men who ruled and conquered Europe. So join us and learn about the intriguing lives of the Emperors that built Rome and discover the history of the men whose lives were put to the sword.
Reminder: At this time, both the app and audio content are available only in Spanish and English.
This walk has 25 stops, is 4.64 km / 2.9 mi long, and takes about 2 hours.
The stops on this tour are:
•Tower of the Milizie
•Forum of Trajan
•Forum of Augustus
•Forum of Julius Caesar
•Forum of Nerva
•Temple of Vespasianus and Titus
•Arch of Septimius Severus
•Column of Phoca
•Temple of Caesar (of Divine Julius)
•Round Temple of Vesta
•Temple of Antoninus and Faustina
•Temple of Romulus
•Basilica of Maxentius (of Constantine)
•Arch of Titus
•Stadium of Domitian
•Arch of Constantine
•Temple of Venus and Rome
Enjoy this walk!
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