Colosseum Tours

Colosseum Tours

In the time of Ancient Rome, the Colosseum was the largest amphitheater ever built. It is just as impressive today, standing in the heart of Rome near the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. Millions of visitors come every year to experience the place where gladiators once fought.

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Frequently asked questions

Where is the Colosseum Located?

The Colosseum is located in the center of the city of Rome, just east of the Roman Forum. Its central location near many other Rome landmarks makes it one of the most accessible sites to visit in the city.

How Long Are Colosseum Tours?

There is a wide range of Colosseum tours available. Many of the most popular Colosseum tours also include a visit to the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill, and take about 3 hours total, with roughly 1 hour dedicated to each site. 

Can I Skip the Line at the Colosseum?

Yes, skip the line tours are available at the Colosseum. These tours use the special group entrance with tickets that have been reserved in advance, so you don't have to wait in the general admission lines, which can belong. Skip the line tours are a great option if you want to pack a lot of sightseeing in Rome into a single day

How Much Does it Cost to Visit the Colosseum?

A guided tour, including the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill, typically costs between €55 and €75, depending on the length of the tour and other details. Many other tour options are also available, such as extended day trips that include many sites in Rome and the Vatican

Can You Tour the Colosseum on Your Own?

You can take self-guided tours of the Colosseum if you want to buy your ticket in the general admission line, but many visitors prefer the quick access and insider knowledge provided by an experienced tour guide. Guided tours are also economical, as they often include additional sites near the Colosseum