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Perhaps the best-preserved of the monuments of ancient Rome, this huge marble structure was built to hold more than 50,000 spectators to witness bloody contests of might and the slaughter of wild beasts.
Our Trafalgar tour bus stopped about 2 blocks away in a spot reserved for tour busses and there must have been 15 busses there at that time in the early afternoon. Our tour director took around to the back to a special window for tour...More
I love the colleseum and it is well worth visit. It is easily accessbile and is very well priced for a standard ticket. However they do (along with the forum romanum) find ways to get more money out of you with additional money needed for...More
We pre-booked a front of the line tour. It was worth it, there was a long line up otherwise. Aside from it being very warm we enjoyed learning about the history of this wonder. We had an informative tour and learned a lot of interesting...More
Amazing place. We were only in Rome for one day whilst one a cruise. We booked the Arena tour and the guide was great, very informative. Fantastic that they are still finding relics during the current renovations.
Will definitely return.
We booked this through Endless Tours and were given good instructions as to how to find them. At the office we were welcomed by Malcolm and then met our lovely American Guide called Sarah. We had fast track tickets which was brilliant. Sarah was full...More
Visited in afternoon and so hot. Had Belvedere tickets so went to 3rd and 5th level which is highest and spectacular views. Had guide and worth doing this. There is a lift but only goes to 1st level so unless you are reasonably fit it...More
The colosseum is clearly a must-do for Rome. The history is fascinating and the visit - with a knowledgeable guide- is worthwhile. The crowds can be overwhelming and it is possible to get quickly separated if in a group. Pickpockets are a hazard here as...More
Monti is Rome’s rebel yell. This neighbourhood just west of Termini train station mixes grit with fun as it continues to fight for its reputation as a magnet for the artsy, alternative, and hipster. Every season, quirky boutiques and food spots sprout up on its cobblestone streets. The neighbourhood supports unique and homegrown businesses that cater to its longtime residents as well as hipsters on the hunt. Hang out at
Piazza della Madonna dei Monti anytime after lunch and you'll always find something going on.
Sorry I don’t know but there are plenty of people on site who can help . There is one entrance through which all ticket holders must go . I would imagine that your your will meet near there .
Sorry can’t be more help .
I purchased mine through Coop Culture. It included entrance to all 3 sites. We did the entrance with tour (19 Euro), which allowed us to skip the long lines--not sure if the entrance ticket without a tour is the same. In my... More
I purchased mine through Coop Culture. It included entrance to all 3 sites. We did the entrance with tour (19 Euro), which allowed us to skip the long lines--not sure if the entrance ticket without a tour is the same. In my opinion, the extra few Euro is worth it--the tour was very informative. TripAdvisor won't allow me to post a website link in an answer, so you'll need to Google "coopculture colosseum" (it should be the first result).
Hi 👋 for us we just went at the monument and bought our tickets , if you go in summer you must be there earlier if you don’t want to wait a lot to buy your tickets because there’s a lot of people (I don’t remember if... More
Hi 👋 for us we just went at the monument and bought our tickets , if you go in summer you must be there earlier if you don’t want to wait a lot to buy your tickets because there’s a lot of people (I don’t remember if there’re different type of tickets,but t for us I think we took the normal ones )