Self-Guided Tour Colosseum Skip-the-Line Ticket

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• Discover the history of the Colosseum and Ancient Rome • Skip the long lines to access the monument • Access the Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum Follow in the footsteps of the fearless gladiators and access the Colosseum, the magnificent amphitheater symbol of Ancient Rome, with no need to wait in line. You will be added to a small group with a privileged skip-the-line entrance and, after the entry procedures and the mandatory security checks, you'll be free to explore the Colosseum on your own. After the Colosseum visit, you'll be escorted at the entrance of the Palatine Hill/Roman Forum, where you can explore both sites on your own. ATTENTION "Colosseum Under the Moonlight Tour" includes the guided visit in English for 1.15 hour and does NOT include the entrance to the Roman Forum and Palatine hill. PLEASE, READ CAREFULLY ALL THE INFORMATION ABOUT THE TOUR BEFORE BOOKING!

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Arco di Costantino

We will meet at the Arch of Constantine, the largest triumphal arch ever built in Rome located between the Palatine Hill and the Colosseum. The arch was erected in 315 to commemorate Constantine, the first Christian emperor of the Roman history.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Colosseum

You will be added to a small group (max 30) with a privileged skip-the-line entrance and, after the entry procedures and the mandatory security checks, you will be free to explore the Colosseum by yourself. The Colosseum, the symbol of Ancient Rome, is the biggest Roman amphitheatre for gladiator games ever built, the most well-preserved one and one of the most visited monument in the world. Definitely a must see!

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Palatine Hill

After the visit to the Colosseum, you will be escorted to the entrance of Palatine Hill/Roman Forum and you can explore both sites by yourself. According to the legend, the Palatine Hill is the place where Rome was founded by Romolus thousands of years ago. This green area is full of ancient temples and houses and it hosts the magnificent residences of the Roman emperors. It is a true open-air museum!

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Roman Forum

After the visit to the Colosseum, The Roman Forum, the heart of the Roman Republic where all the public activities took place, is he most suggestive space from Roman times. A lot of temples, houses and other magnificent buildings like basilicas are still well-preserved and visible: enjoy to walk along Roman roads through their colums, like a true Roman citizen!

Duration: 30 minutes
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