Start your unique tour in the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. Have a short break and the descend into Nero’s buried “Golden House”. Visit the underground rooms and corridors of Rome’s Domus Aurea on a virtual reality tour using 3D glasses.
Andy Murray rediscovered his form with a straight-sets victory over Italy's Andreas Seppi at the ATP Rome Masters. Emperor Nero’s Golden Palace in Rome collapses after heavy rain.
This is a guided tour of Nero's Golden Palace under the baths of Trajan on the Appian Hill overlooking the Colosseum. The cost is 12 euro, purchased through Ticket Italy. It lasts an hour. It is only open for tours on Saturday and Sunday, as it is an an active excavation during the week. It is deliciously cool and damp - a great change from Rome's 90 degrees!
Emperor Nero's 'Golden House' was a staggeringly large and ornate palace, built in the heart of Rome as a place for pure entertainment, an estimated 300 rooms, none of which were for sleeping. The size is an estimate, as large areas remain unexcavated. Restoration is ongoing (2018 was the projected time for all works to be finished) but at least there's now the possibility of seeing how things.
The Golden Palace of the Emperor Nero When Rome burned in A.D. 64, the Emperor Nero forbade extinguishing the fires because he needed space for his new residence in the densely populated Rome. From the Palatine to the Esquiline, the Golden Palace was to be a beautifully furnished residence with gold and ivory decorations and spacious gardens and an artificial lake.
Bella Roma! Here's my guide to the best virtual tours of Rome Italy. You can explore the beautiful and historic city from the comfort of your home. This guide takes you to Rome's best must see sites and some hidden gems -- Roman ruins, iconic landmarks, famous museums, ornate churches, and secret underground sites.
A journey that takes you away from reality, plunges you into a parallel world, history binding the two: from February 4th, the huge “Golden Palace” belonging to Emperor Nero will come to life with a multimedia tour of Domus Aurea in Rome. The experience affords many a thrill: visitors float through time, centuries and millennia flowing beneath their feet.
The Domus Aurea (Golden House), Rome (A.D. 64-68 and possibly later), was built or begun by Nero after the great fire in A.D. 64. It was less a palace than a series of pavilions and a long wing comprising living and reception rooms, all set in a vast landscaped park with an artificial lake in its centre where the Colosseum now stands.