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Colosseum + Palatino + Foro Romano
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Enjoy a visit to the Colosseum without stress. Make your on-line reservation in advance to get in avoiding the long lines at the entrance.


Last Sunday of October to 15 February: 8.30 - last admission at 15.30 - exit at 16.30

16 February to 15 March: 8.30 - last admission at 16.00 - exit at 17.00

16 March to last Saturday of March: 8.30 - last admission at 16.30 - exit at 17.30

Last Sunday of March to 31 August: 8.30 - last admission at 18.15 - exit at 19.15

1 September to 30 September: 8.30 - last admission at 18.00 - exit at 19.00

1 October to last Sunday of October: 8.30 - last admission at 17.30 - exit at 18.30

Closed: 1 January, 1 May and 25 December.

Ticket office closes one hour before closing time.

Address: Piazza del Colosseo, 1 Rome RM, Lazio 00184 Italy

Public transportation:

Bus: 60 – 75 – 85 – 87 – 117 – 271 – 571 – 175 – 186 – 810 – 850 – C3

Tram: 3

Metro: Line B, Colosseo stop.


Reduced tickets: For European Union citizens aged between 18 and 25 years, Teachers of Public Institutions in the EU (Vatican City, Monaco , Switzerland, Luxembourg , Republic of San Marino, Lichtenstein).

Free tickets: For non EU citizens under 18, EU citizens under 18, You will be asked to show your ID card at the entrance for reduced and free tickets.


Audioguides: Available in Italian, English, French, German and Spanish.

Checkroom: Visitors are requested to leave bags, backpack, cameras, videocameras, strollers and recording equipment.


Rome Museum Tickets is not responsible for changes or cancellations in museum programs.

A commission charge is added to the price of the ticket for the booking. An additional fee will be added for any further booking change or modification.

Construction of the Colosseum was started under the emperor Vespasian and was completed by his son Titus in 80 A.D. Originally named the amphitheatre of Flavio, it became known as the colosseum because of an enormous bronze statue of Nero which in the second century A.D. was placed near by the monument.

The building was used for gladiator fights, hunting simulations involving ferocious and exotic animals and similar entertainments.

The building was constructed with blocks of stone and brickwork.

The outside is composed of four levels, the first three of which are made up of 80 arches while the fourth is divided into sections interspersed with windows.

On this level were placed both stone and wooden supports which held an enormous canopy which served as a roof to protect the spectators from the elements.

The brickwork on the inner building was finished with a marble veneer.

The arena itself was a huge wooden floor covered with sand while the subterranean passages consisted of a series of tunnels where the wild beasts and various equipment used during spectacles were held. Holding up to 73.000 spectators, entrance to the

Colosseum was regulated through a ticket system, with each ticket indicating where the holder should go through the internal passages and corridors to find his or her seat.

Enjoy a visit to the Colosseum. Make your on-line reservation in advance to get in avoiding the long lines at the entrance.