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Preferably 30 minutes before the time of the event
Belvedere, Underground and Arena are currently closed to the public
It is not possible to access the Belvedere for wheelchair users
The tours take place in the winter period (from November to April) from 9:30 to 15:00*
The tours take place in the summer period (from May to October) from 9:30 to 18:00*
*The starting times of the tour have a flexibility of 30 minutes with respect to the departure time which can be selected in the booking form.
Visit the most famous monument in Rome, with our guide who will introduce you to the exciting stories of the gladiators and the secrets of the construction of one of the most important monuments of ancient Rome.
Visit the exclusive areas: the underground, where the gladiators got ready before the shows, the arena, where the fights took place, the belvedere, from where you can enjoy a suggestive view.
The visit continues with the ancient ruins of the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill, the place where the Eternal City was founded.
A tour that will make you relive the glories of ancient Rome.
Our tours are carried out with licensed and professional guides.
We want our customers to have an immersive experience, to remember forever.
Our tours include the cost of the ticket, the guide and the skip the line.
The ticket is free for children between the ages of 0 and 5.
The “reduced” ticket means children aged 6 to 18 and students up to 25 years of age. For the reduction it is necessary to present an identity document. Students must have a valid university book or a valid International Student Card.
Anyone who buys a reduced rate ticket and / or service without qualifying for it, or does not present the documentation relating to the reduction, must provide for the integration of the amount due for the purchase of a new full rate ticket and / or service. Tickets purchased are non-refundable.
It may happen that due to internal provisions of the Colosseum archaeological park some areas of the visiting spaces are temporarily closed to the public.
Colosseum, Underground, Arena, Belvedere, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill