The Roman Theatres (optional tour)
Itinerary to the discovery of the theater in ancient Rome, visiting the three major theaters that made the tradition of the Latin comedy famous in the first century a.C. .
Starting from the Theatre of Marcellus, we will admire the remains of the original entry and the surviving arches, crossing then the “Obscure Shops” of the ancient Theater of Balbo. Through the sacred area of Largo Argentina and the site of the assassination of Julius Caesar, we will walk through the narrow streets of Campo de’ Fiori square, ending in the ancient auditorium of the Theatre of Pompeo, the first permanent theater in Rome in 55 b.C. .