Colosseum is one of the major landmarks of Rome, located in the heart of the archaeological city. Built in the first century by the emperors of the Flavian dynasty, it was originally titled Flavian Amphitheater, but was soon called Colosseum because of the proximity of a colossal statue of Nero. In ancient times it was used for big shows such as hunts and gladiatorial combats, but also naval battles (naumachie), on the occasion of which it was completely flooded. Even today it is the largest amphitheater in the world and hosts temporary exhibitions related to the themes of the ancient world, as well as modern performances. It can be visited on two levels, offering a broad overview of the interior spaces, but also charming glimpses of the city.

Timetable: Coliseum opens daily from 8:30am to early afternoon (closing time varies according to the seasons).

Entrance fee: tickets can be purchased on-site or at the ticket office of the Palatine (n. 30, S. Gregory) and also includes a visit to the Roman Forum and the Palatine; full price 12,00 €, reduced 7,50 € for EU citizens aged between 18 and 24 years and teachers, free for those under 18 or over 65. Available audio guides and guided tours.


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