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Colosseum

Rome Colosseum Tickets & Tours

Book Colosseum tickets to explore the Ancient Rome arena that harks back to a time when Emperors, gladiators, and bloodthirsty man-versus-animal contests were part and parcel of everyday life. Combining Rome Colosseum tickets with Vatican Museum, you can visit this site of glory and gore while you admire the intricate architecture of one of the most pivotal Roman landmarks still standing – albeit, in ruins – today. Grab your tickets now to learn more about this epic landmark!
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Our tips for Colosseum

  • Think ahead – The queues can be long at this Roman attraction. You can get skip-the-line colosseum entry tickets and audio guide private tours, which is a handy way to explore more of this rich historical site and learn epic tales of the times.
  • Evening Rome-ing. Colosseum firmly closes its doors to visitors an hour from sundown, which can be as early as five in winter. The arena’s facade is particularly beautiful at night, however. Take yourself down to one of the nearby restaurants and enjoy the amphitheater’s grand exterior, alfresco style.
  • Tread carefully. These ancient ruins have uneven surfaces and wonky paths. On your tours, watch your step and wear comfortable shoes to avoid any trip-ups.
  • Save money. A visit to the Colosseum shouldn’t break the bank. Tickets are actually on the cheap side for a top attraction, while combo deals like the Roman Forum and skip-the-line access tickets, and Rome Hop-on Hop-off One Run ticket ensure extra bang for your buck.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Colosseum?
    A:

    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.

  • Q: How do I get there?
    A:

    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.

  • Q: What is the cost of a Colosseum ticket?
    A:

    The Colosseum ticket is priced at €35 for one adult and €6 for children below 17 years

  • Q: What are the opening hours of the Colosseum?
    A:

    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.

  • Q: What are the must-see attractions on the Colosseum tour?
    A:

    You must not miss the Columns and arches, Flavian Amphitheatre Plaque, the Hypogeum and the arena on the Colosseum tour.

  • Q: Can I visit Colosseum for free?
    A:

    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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