Audio-guided tour of the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Mount Palatine in Rome - Admission included

Audio-guided tour of the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Mount Palatine in Rome - Admission included

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Reserved access to the Colosseum, the Forum and Mount Palatine in Rome
The discovery of 3 iconic sites of ancient Rome
Discover the secrets of the world's largest amphitheatre
The audioguide is available in French for a completely free visit

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Starting time
12:45 PM , 1:45 PM

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Step back in time and plunge into the heart of the Roman Empire with a visit to the Colosseum, the Forum and the Palatine hill, with commentary from your audioguide!

Your ticket gives you easy access to the Colosseum, one of the New 7 Wonders of the World.

A veritable colossus, it is the largest amphitheatre in the world, with a capacity of over 50,000 spectators. It takes its name from a statue of the emperor Nero, the Colossus, which once stood at its entrance. Today, the Colosseum is Rome's most emblematic monument and has become its symbol.

Built in the year 72 during the reigns of the emperors Vespasian and Titus, it was an entertainment venue that hosted gladiator fights, re-enactments of naval battles and more. During your visit to the Colosseum, you'll discover how it functioned as an amphitheatre, and admire the structure and underground passageways that concealed the animals and fighters before they took to the stage. Although the arena and stands have not withstood the test of time, the Colosseum is one of Rome's best-preserved monuments today.

After visiting the Colosseum, you can go on to the Roman Forum, an archaeological site that was the centre of Roman public life for almost 1,000 years. It housed the city's and the Empire's command buildings, and was the venue for festivals, weddings and gatherings. It was a central place in the life of the Romans, the heart of the social and political life of Ancient Rome.

Finally, head for the Palatine, Rome's most famous hill! Rome is said to have been founded here by Remus and Romulus in the 7th century BC. It was the holiday resort of many emperors. Today, the city's oldest ancient remains can be found here, including the ruins of numerous imperial palaces and large aristocratic villas.

Take advantage of the information and comments on your visit thanks to the audioguide, available via a mobile app, included in your booking.

Thanks to this self-guided tour, you'll have no more secrets about ancient Rome!

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Good to know

  • Availability: Every day (except in exceptional circumstances)
  • Your entry ticket is time-stamped and cannot be used for a time or date other than that specified on your official ticket. Entry times must be strictly adhered to! If you arrive late, you will not be allowed to enter the monument and no refund will be possible
  • All participants' names must be indicated and spelt correctly at the time of booking in order to gain entry to the Colosseum. If not all full names are given, the booking will be cancelled
  • Each participant must carry valid identification corresponding to the name on the ticket, failing which entry will be refused
  • Name changes are not permitted once the booking has been confirmed
  • Children may enter the Colosseum free of charge provided they collect free tickets from the official ticket office in front of the Coliseum
  • European citizens aged between 18 and 25 are entitled to a reduced ticket price (€2). Tickets must be paid for on site at the official ticket office in front of the Colosseum. Please note: there will be an additional waiting time 
  • Your ticket gives you easier access to the Colosseum, the Palatine and the Roman Forum. To enter the Palatine and the Roman Forum, please use the turnstiles that your ticket can open
  • Due to the new security regulations in place at the Colosseum, airport-type controls have been introduced. It is therefore possible that a queue may form when passing through security. The Colosseum reserves the right to check the contents of bags. The compulsory security check may take up to 30 minutes or more
  • Your ticket entitles you to one entry to each monument, so all exits are final. Please note that access to the Forum and the Palatine is from the same place. We therefore strongly advise you to visit these 2 sites in one go
  • You can visit the Forum and Palatine freely until the following day (the day after your visit to the Colosseum). Your ticket is valid for 24 hours from the time you enter the Colosseum
  • We recommend that you bring a hat and a bottle of water: the site has little shade
  • Please note that the Colosseum does not have cloakrooms. Please avoid bringing bulky bags as you may be refused entry
  • You will need to use your smartphone to enjoy the commentary on the audioguide: you will need to download our partner's application directly onto your smartphone and enter the QR code sent when you confirmed your booking in order to access the commentary. The application is geolocalised and will help you find your way around on the map
  • All the instructions will be sent to you in your booking voucher
  • It is essential to have mobile data activated (4/5G internet connection) and your smartphone charged with a full battery (an external battery may be useful)
  • PLEASE NOTE: exceptionally, the date chosen at the time of booking may change for technical reasons. Please note that a new proposal may be made to you

Price includes

  • Tickets for the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum
  • Administration and processing fees
  • Audioguide

Price doesn’t include

  • Guide services
  • Access to the 4th and 5th floors of the Colosseum
  • Any other extra



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