Commence your exciting evening by getting picked up at the Arch of Constantine near the Colosseum or go directly to Gruppo Storico Romano on Rome's Appian Way on your own. The Gruppo Storico Romano is a well-known gladiator school during the day where the students learn how to do historical reenactments.
At night, though, it transforms into a dinner and a show venue where gladiators fight to the 'death' and dancers perform ancient Roman dances. And the guests, of course, indulge in good food and drink. Using real weapons and wearing accurate replica costumes, the actors show off their combat skills, sparring and demonstrating ancient fighting tactics and techniques. Enjoy the dancers who perform dances that were popular 2,000 years ago at the height of the Roman Empire.
After the show, indulge in a typical Roman meal. Sip mulsum (a honey wine popular in ancient Roman times) and eat dishes like oven-cooked pasta with spiced meat and mushrooms along with libum, a typical honey bread.
If you booked the option that includes transportation, meet the driver at the pre-arranged point after dinner and get dropped off back at the Arch of Constantine.
Please note: specific dietary requirements can be catered to if advised in advance. Please note this in the 'special requirements' field when ooking.