Colosseum - Roman Forum - Palatine

starting from 12.00 plus the service charge of 4.00* Colosseum Roman Forum
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Category: Museum Tickets
Location: Rome, Italy
Rating: 4.5 / 5
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Visit the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine without queuing up!

With 3 simple steps you can buy tickets and visit the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine without standing in line.

Only one ticket valid for two days!

With this ticket you can visit three masterpieces of Rome, the monumental amphitheater (Colosseum), the center of the public and religious life of Rome (Roman Forum) and one of the seven hills where it originated the first nucleus of the city (Palatine). A beautiful course through the ruins of this powerful empire, to discover its traditions, walking among the places that were the protagonists of the ancient Romans' life: the Amphitheater where took place the fights between gladiators and between animals; the Roman Forum which soon filled with buildings such as the Curia and the numerous temples honoring the gods sacred to the Romans; the Palatine, the hill where Romulus founded the city of Rome and that became the seat of the imperial palaces, residences of the ruling class (Palace of Tiberius, Nero and many others...).

Do not waste time during your holidays by standing in line. Buy tickets online through our safe and easy system and you will have immediate access to the masterpieces of Rome.

Only one ticket - many masterpieces!

IMPORTANT: Roman Forum and Palatine are two sights linked to each other so they can not be visited separately or even on different days; the two visits are connected each other and must be made one after the other, without exiting the areal.

WARNING: We inform you that, for safety reasons, inside the Colosseum/Roman Forum/Palatine is forbidden to enter with backpacks, suitcases and voluminous bags.

What makes this Tour Unique?

  • Visit three masterpieces with one ticket only
  • Skip the line and don't waste your time
  • Immerse yourself in the ancient history
  • Walk among the ruins of a great empire

Reduced and free tickets

Reduced/Half Ticket:

  • European Community citizens between 18 and 25 years old (valid identity document needed at the entrance)
  • Teachers from EU public institutes (Città del Vaticano, Montecarlo, Switzerland, Luxemburg, Repubblica di San Marino, Lichtestein included) with proof of tenure.

Free Ticket:

  • Citizens under 18 years old (valid identity document needed at the entrance)

Service fees and eventual temporary exhibition fees are always due.

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Meeting Point

15 minutes before the entrance time at the cashier desk for customers with reservation.
You have to enter first into the Colosseum at the day and time chosen, after visiting the Colosseum you have the same day and the day after to visit the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill at the time you want. Please make attention to the opening hours.

Audioguides

  • Available in Italian, English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Russian, Chinese, Arabic
  • Duration: 1 hour and 10 minutes
  • Cost: € 4,50

Videoguides

  • Available in Italian, English, French, Spanish, German
  • Duration: 45 minutes
  • Cost: € 5,50

Withdrawal

At your choise, at one of the Ticket Offices of Colosseum, Roman Forum or Palatine.

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You can start the visit from the Colosseum (Colosseum Square n°1, Rome), or the Roman Forum (Via della Salaria Vecchia n°5/6, Rome) or the Palatine (Via di San Gregorio, Rome).

Meeting Point

15 minutes before the entrance time at the cashier desk for customers with reservation.
You have to enter first into the Colosseum at the day and time chosen, after visiting the Colosseum you have the same day and the day after to visit the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill at the time you want. Please make attention to the opening hours.

History

  • Colosseum : originally called Flavian Amphitheater (from the name of the family under which took place the construction works), it was inaugurated in 80 AC and it's now known as Colosseum for the nearby statue of Nero that for its size was called "Colossus of Nero". This complex, declared one of the World Heritages of umanity from UNESCO and included few years ago between the Seven Wonders of the modern world, it housed public events such as fights between gladiators (munera), fights between animals (venationes), re-enactments of famous battles (naumachia) and killing of prisoners, often Christian martyrs (noxii).

 

  • Roman Forum : the valley of the Forum was once a marshy area, but at the end of the 7th century BC after his drainage, there was made a flooring and thus was created a large rectangular square where took place the market and where it converged the major streets like the Via Sacra; over the centuries, there were built many monuments for the political, judicial and religious activities (the Comitium, the Curia, the Temple of Vespasian and Titus, the Temple of Vesta and that of Saturn, the Arch of Septimius Severus, the Basilica of Massenzio, and finally the Column of Foca).

 

  • Palatine : veritable outdoor museum, according to the tradition it was the hill where Romulus and Remus were found and suckled by the Lupa (she-wolf) and where, at the mid-eighth century BC, Romulus himself founded the first nucleus of Rome. In the Republican period it was seat of various cults, in particular that of Magna Mater (Cybele) and that of Apollo and Vesta. During the Imperial Age it was chosen by the Emperor Augustus as a place of residence, and since then there were built all the palaces of the members of the ruling class (that of Nero, of the Flavi, of Tiberius, of Septimius Severus...).
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30 May 2016
It is a must-see whenever you are in Rome it is a truly amazing piece of architecture to understand that they could build it without cranes and trucks and modern machinery
30 May 2016
They have finished cleaning the outside of this speculator incredible building. We did a tour where you went right underneath, stood on the floor and went all the way to the top of the Colosseum. Looking down to the floor was a sight to behold. Skip the Line entry, You still have to go through security which took us no...
30 May 2016
We pre booked tickets and then also decided to pay a little extra to get a guided tour which also helped skip the queues! The guide was full of knowledge and it was interesting listening to her but once inside and we stood listening to her. We then were left to explore on our own! The colosseum is vast! You...
30 May 2016
At 12 Euros each we felt this attraction was excellent value for money, the queues weren't too long when we visited and we just wanted to wander around on our own rather than being part of a tour group. There is so much to see, we spent the whole day there.
30 May 2016
Even if as me you have visited several times it is worth going back and ambling around as the sensitive renovations and lighting alone are great to see.One of the top Tourist spots to hang out of a night
30 May 2016
It is the best place to visit to see the ancient roman history... Worth every penny.. You actually get the feeling of being in that era.. Since I travelled in the peak time it was really crowded.. The best thing to do is to take guide to skip the long tkt. Queue and u will also get all the information...
30 May 2016
The Colosseum is really impressive. Incredible building also considering the fact that it was build almost 2000 years ago !
30 May 2016
You need to spend more than an hour. You should get a guide. Skip the line is an easy way to get in.
30 May 2016
If in Rome you will have to visit. It is worth it. Go around 4pm and there are very little queues! Avoid the locals dressed as Gladiators or soldiers, will let you take photos then hassle you for money.
30 May 2016
When you think of the history and the goings-on that were supposed to have taken place there just seeing what is left is enough to take your breath away!
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