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Consider the shows that have taken place within the walls of Rome’s magnificent Colosseum. The only spectacle nowadays is visitors and tour groups strolling around the outer walls, attempting to imagine what it must have been like to see gladiators and chariots fight in the ring. It is one among Rome’s must-see locations, dating back to circa AD70, and is exceptionally well preserved, something that most visitors to the city take to heart. When you purchase a ticket through RVC for the Colosseum, you have access to the first and second levels of the public spectator area, which offer spectacular views of the structure. See our guide to ticket types and tours for more details.

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Colosseum Arena Floor
Enter the Colosseum (Flavian Amphitheater) at the designated time to relive the story of the emperor and the gladiator. The Colosseum was the largest amphitheater in history, beginning under Emperor Vespasian in 72 AD and completed by his son Titus in 80 AD. Imagine a fierce battle between humans and beasts while standing in an elliptical arena consisting of four levels and once holding up to 73,000 spectators.
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Palatine Hill
During Rome's Republican era, Palatine Hill became the house of Rome`s maximum wealthy citizens. In 27 B.C., after Octavian had defeated forces dependable to Mark Anthony and Cleopatra, the Roman Senate proclaimed him emperor, with the title “Augustus.” He constructed his authentic house on Palatine Hill. The ruins of that highly modest domestic are nowadays open to the general public and called “Domus Augustini '' (House of Augustus).
Roman Forum
The Roman Forum, also known as the Forum Romanum in Latin, was a venue in the ancient city of Rome that hosted important religious, political, and social events. Historians believe that the open-air Forum was initially used for public gatherings around 500 B.C., when the Roman Republic was created. It was the scene of a conflict between Romans and Sabines in the second part of the eighth century BCE.

  • 1. Skip the line tickets
  • 2. Free WiFi at meeting point
  • 1. Pickup and Drop off
  • 2. Gratutites
  • 3. Food and Beverages
  • 4. No guided Tour

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