Marisa Ficorella, Archaeologist and Qualified Guide

A special tour to understand how was the daily life of a man in the Ancient Rome, when the Emperors ruled the world.
I've chosen my two favourite archaeological sites of Rome, the Baths of Caracalla and the Roman Houses at the Caelian Hill. 
The first site is an amazing example of the talent of the Ancient Romans for engineering and architecture, but even a charming park with stone pines and benches.
After, we'll walk to visit an "insula" (Ancient apartament building) discovered underneath the Basilica of SS. John and Paul on the Caelian Hill. Here not only we'll talk about the hard life of the working class, but you'll discover rare frescoes of the IIIrd century AD.

Admiring mosaics and frescoed rooms, we'll talk about the daily routine of the Romans, between steam baths, beauty treatments, traffic and high costs of a rental.

If not interested in the Houses, we can visit the  newly open excavations at the Circus Maximus.

Read what my client Danika wrote about this tour in her post
A glimpse of old lives

6. Daily life in the Ancient Rome

Baths of Caracalla and the Roman Houses 
(or Circus Maximus)

3 hours 
(timing may change depending from your interest and pace)

150€ (price per group not per person)

14€ -admission tickets (not included)

RAIN POLICY: This tour is provided even in case of rain. We'll use umbrellas and raincoats. Tour is partially outdoor. 

main entrance of the Baths of Caracalla, Viale delle Terme di Caracalla (or if easier, exit of the Circo Massimo subway). Details will be provided at the moment of the booking.