Piramide Cestia Underground Walking Tour - Private Access
Know Your Tour
Delve into the depths of the Cestia Pyramid! Once mistaken to be the tomb of Remus, brother of Rome’s founder Romulus, it was only later recognized as the funeral monument built in homage to a member of the College of the Septemviri, Caius Cestius Epulone.
You will get to see breathtaking inscriptions that transport you back many years ago. You will see the fascination the Roman aristocrats had with Egypt when you explore the place, as the guide will explain to you and you tour the pyramid.
With well-preserved frescoes and beautiful ornamental paintings, the Piramide Cestia is yet another feather adorning the hat that is the wonder of Roman architecture.
- Tuesday (11:00 AM)
- Saturday (03:00 PM)
- Private Access
- Guided Tour - English, Spanish, German and Italian
- Pick up and Drop off
- Food and Beverages
Your voucher will be emailed to you shortly. You must carry a printed copy of the voucher to the venue along with a valid photo ID.
- Meeting Point: Close to the Iron gate near the Pyramid
- Please be present at the meeting point fifteen minutes prior to your departure
- Children below the age of 12 can enter for free