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I have been a fan of Roman history since I was very young. Youth is now long gone but I felt like a kid again learning about gladiators and some of the basic maneuvers used in the arena. The staff was great with the children...More
Surprisingly interesting talk about the history of the gladiators. Some of your preconceived notions will be blown away.
The appetizers were poor, the wine was OK but scant.
The show was fun, kids would enjoy it.
They recommend Bus 118 to get there - fat...More
I've been very happy to visit their headquarters and museum on the Via Appia Antica and to been invited for dinner with them while studying in Rome. I first met them when they attended a religious festival for Constantine at Prima Porta driving one of...More
They promise you drinks and food. In reality you receive 2 little cups of bad red wine, 2 olives and a tiny piece of bread. The arena fight is quit amusing. But there are better ways to spend your money in Rome. Also not easy...More
Spotted this show on the internet and thought we'd try it when in Rome. A great show with live action gladiators and dancers. Great performers. Definately get a taxi there. Staff were so friendly and welcoming and kindly sorted a taxi back for us. Well...More
We arrived to the destination located in a wooded area off the road. The setting put you back in the days of Gladiator times with dirt paths and wooden buildings. Luckily we were the only family for our visit and our amazing Gladiator instructor allowed...More
My 9-year old son and I had a great time.
We went to the show in the evening and the training school the next morning - although it was only two of us there for the training.
The team really try hard but the venue...More
A fun experience for any age! My husband signed himself and our 15yr old daughter and they enjoyed it. It started with an education about Romans, gladiators, their weapons, and protective armor. Then the training and fighting began. There is some physical exertion, but you...More
In hidesight should have taken notice of the negative reviews so will try and provide an objective overview. The venue is approx 2.5km from the Colosseum and very remote so Taxi required approx €15. The make shift venue is on a small scale no refreshments...More