Colosseum, Palatino & Roman Forum
Colosseum: The Colosseum of Rome is without a doubt the most renowned symbol of Rome all over the world. For the enjoyment of the inhabitants of Rome, it hosted fights between gladiators or against wild animals and fabulous spectacles as "naumachie", real naval combat in the arena filled with water, were organized. Under the arena of the Colosseum were numerous corridors and rooms used for housing the gladiators and the ferocious beasts that could be brought to the centre of the arena thanks to a series of elevators and ramps. Palatine: The museum is located on the homonymous hill, among the monuments collected, various artefacts of Iron Age, tombs and works of art from imperial buildings are exhibited. The most important of these works are the decorative pictures in the reading room of Isaia. Roman Forum: The valley of the Forum, nestled between the seven hills of Rome, was in ancient times a marsh. From the end of the seventh century B.C., after the drainage of the marshes, the Roman Forum (Foro Romano) was constructed and this served as the centre of public life in Rome for over a millenium.
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The Colosseum is open from 8.30 am to one hour before sunset depending on the season:
March 30 - August 31 closes 7.15 pm
September 1 - September 30 closes 7.00 pm
October 1 - October 30 closes at 6.30 pm
October 31 - February 15 closes at 4.30 pm
February 16 - March 15 closes 5.00 pm
The Ticket office closes one hour before closing time.
Closed on January 1st and December 25th.
Piazza del Colosseo, Roma.