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Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Museum

Visit without queues the symbols of the Roman Empire, starting from the Colosseum, the most famous monument of the world!

The Amphitheater Flavium, better known as Colosseum is perhaps the most famous monument of the world, consists of 4 floors and it stoods 48 mt high with four stories of windows, arches, and columns. It represents the most suggestive example of the magnificence of the Roman art.

The Roman Forum, fulcrum of the political and commercial life in the ancient Rome, preserves still today monuments of absolute beauty and suggestion.

The Palatine Museum, even if its small dimensions, contains a precious collection of manifactures of ancient Rome.

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Every day from 8.30 am to one hour before the sunset (Holy Friday: 8.30 am-2.00 pm; 2nd June 1.30 p.m.-7.15 pm), ticket office closes 1 hour before; CLOSED: Jan 1st , May 1st , Dec 25th

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For further information, visit our "Terms and Conditions".


Ticket is valid for the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine Museum.


Ticket is valid for two days from pick up and allows one entrance to each site. 


IMPORTANT - TO WITHDRAW TICKETS (to be done at least 15 minutes before the booked timetable)


The Colosseum + Palatinum + Foro Romano Tickets can be collected at the Colosseum ticket counter for BOOKED tickets at least 15 minutes before the booked timetable thus avoiding queuing.


We suggest that you visit in this order: Forum - Palatine Museum - Colosseum, as the entrance to the Forum is at Largo Romolo e Remo, and the two exits are near Chiesa San Giuseppe dei Falegnami (Campidoglio) and Arco di Tito.


PLEASE NOTE: even if you have a reservation, due to the large number of people who visit daily the Colosseum, you may need to wait a few minutes for the verification of reservations (and for the payment of the reservation fee in case of free tickets). We do not guarantee that you will not have to wait for a few minutes at tcket counter.

Reservation on line is allowed to 10 persons maximum.  For groups of more than 16 persons : please send a specific email to


In order to know the price of tickets for a specific date, please select date, time of visit, and number and kind of tickets. 



  • People from 18 to 24 years : reduced prices
  • European citizens (EEC) under 18: free entrance (but they have to pay Reservation Fee*)

(*) Reservation Fee: each reservations costs € 8,00



IMPORTANT: the tickets are absolutely NON-REFUNDABLE. 


If you must change the time and/or date after the confirmation has been issued, you have to pay a "modification fee" of € 9.00.

The Colosseum, probably the most famous monument in the World, is the popular name of Amphitheater Flavium that was started by the Emperor Vespasianum and completed by his son Tito in the 80 AD. The name of "Colosseum" is due to a statue ("colosso") of Nero once situated next to the building.This monumental arena was destined to the fights among the gladiators (munera) and to the simulations of hunting to fierce and exotic animals (venationes). The exterior borrows elements from Greek architecture. Every arch is framed by Doric, Ionic and Corinthian columns. It could easily accommodate about  70,000 spectators who entered through the 76 gates on the ground level. The spectators were seated by rank with the topmost seats reserved for women and children. The basement level, now exposed, was covered with a wooden floor strewn with sea sand. The level underneath contained elaborate corridors, service rooms, elevators, gladiatorial barracks, and rooms for wild beasts.


The Roman Forum is considered one of the greatest attractions in Rome. It must be visited by everyone who loves the history and the archaeology of Roman Empire. The Forum represents the nucleus of the political, juridical and social life. It is located in Via dei Fori, next to the Campidoglio. Among the monuments that deserve mention, we remember the basilica Emilia, the pavement of the ancient road named Argiletum, the Curia, the arc of Septimus Severius, the temple of Vesta, the temple of Antonino and Faustina and the basilica of Massenzio.


The Palatine Museum is located on the Palatine Hill, on top of what was once the palace of Domitian. The museum was set up around 1930 by Alfonso Bartoli. In the beginning, only the first floor was used to exhibit the most important material, including findings from Diocletian's Baths. The museum was reorganized by the end of the 1960's. After a long closure period and recovery of Diocletian's sculptures, the Palatine Museum reopened to the public showing the artistic culture of the Domus from Augustus to late imperial times. Today the 9 rooms of the Museum contains ceramics, frescos, mosaics, registrations, sculptures and busts: a small but very rich treasure of history of  Roman Emperor and its arts.

Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Museum

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