Colosseum tours cater to the crowds every day besides Christmas and New Year June and July are most popular for tourists, with slow-moving lines snaking around the theatre and beyond. Just outside of peak tourist time, the months of May and September are ideal for visits with sunny days and tolerable queues.
The Colosseum stands by the Roman Forum, just minutes from the city centre. Bike riding and walking are ideal for leisurely visitors and those with flexible tickets. Those who mean business can take the metro, alighting from the nearby Colosseo station.
The Colosseum ticket is priced at €35 for one adult and €6 for children below 17 years
The colosseum is open from Monday to Friday between 10:30 am to 04:30 pm and the last admission is by 3:30 pm. It is closed on Saturday and Sunday.
You must not miss the Columns and arches, Flavian Amphitheatre Plaque, the Hypogeum and the arena on the Colosseum tour.
You can not enter the Colosseum for free or without a ticket. However, you can visit Colosseum as part of the Roman Forum tour along with other attractions.
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