We enjoyed waking past this foro both during the day and at night. It was very well lit at night to show off the excellent structure that remains today. It could only have been exceptional at it's hieght
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The Forum of Augustus is impressive to see, especially at night with all the lights, it creates an amazing atmosphere. The only thing that bothered me was that there was a special effects show running for 3x every night and to sit down to have...More
On the sidewalk in front of Foro di Augusto (the Forum of Augustus) stands a statue of the person known as the first emperor of the Roman Empire (27BC - 14AD), who was born Gaius Octavius in 63BC. Though he was definitely the military dictator...More
The Forum is another Roman treasure. You can walk the ancient ruins and feel the history around you or just view from a distance.
All of the Forums kind of blur together but it is lovely to walk along Via dei Fori Imperiali at twilight and take it all in with perhaps a street musician playing some acoustic guitar. It's less about what building is which and what used...More
Spend some time exploring all of the Roman Forum when you are in the area. Each time we went down and around the Via dei ForinImperial we sound something different to look at.
This was fantastic! Much more than a light show! Along with an informative audio, the ruins of the Forum of Augustus were brought back to life for 50mins. You could imagine the grandeur and opulence as you were taken back in time by the audio,...More
We attended the light and sound show at the Foro di Caesar followed by Foro di Augusto which was fantastic and the best order to see both. They really bring the artefacts to life and any history buff would thoroughly enjoy this. Both can be...More
Immerse yourself into the show, don't look for the so called out of date effects, the content is great right on topic and very informative. I found it very moving to have one period of Rome's history bought to life in a clear commentary. Bought...More