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Perhaps the best-preserved of the monuments of ancient Rome, this huge marble structure was built to hold more than 50,000 spectators to witness bloody contests of might and the slaughter of wild beasts.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Piazza del Colosseo, 00184 Rome, Italy
(+39) 06 39967700
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What a place glad we came and visited it. Just makes you think what a place it must of been in ancient times. We did not get a guide so could not go in certain areas. If we went again I think we would pre...More

Thank P5319MRmarka
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Of course when you are in Rome you have to stop by and see the Colosseum. At the moment so much construction is going around all the momument and historie places in Rome that I would Wait a couple of years to visit Rome again...More

Thank BusyDane
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Its a beautiful historic piece.....Huge and magnificent.....gives a feel of the roman era...to avoid queue best way is to buy tickets from Plaintall Hill

Thank pallavi12dec
Reviewed yesterday

Time is critical so do not waste too much time waiting in line. Best to get entrance ticket from either Roman Forum or Palatino. The Colosseum is the best of the three sites. Recommend visit the Colosseum near sunset so you can enjoy the site...More

Thank Jim P
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It was inspiring to experience walking through this remnant of another time in history. When you stand in the same space of the early Vhristians, you are humbled by their journeys.

Thank paulrD3990PV
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Better half and I booked a pre-scheduled time slot online so we could peruse the Colosseum at our own leisure. The booking was easy, fast, and relatively cheap for a wonder of the ancient world. We were greeted by very friendly Colosseum staff that provided...More

Thank Mark K
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Such important and historic place should be better curated. There's filth everywhere, people trespassing to forbidden areas just for taking a good selfie, and a lot of idiots writing or craving their name in the walls and bricks. The audio-guide we received run out of...More

Thank Mau_acc
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We had a guided tour here which meant we bypassed a lot of the queues. We booked online sat outside and that worked well. The tour didn’t take us up onto the third tier sadly but it was interesting all the same.

Thank 890RichardF
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I love the Colosseum, but you have to get the skip the line tickets and you must try to find a time with minimal tourists. Everyone treats the place as if there is no one else waiting for a view or to take photos!

Thank anissa96
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It is an amazing monument, worth seeing even though it is crowded. Would recommend reserving tour upfront, because there are many people claiming to be guides, so you can never be sure.

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Cwetelina S
9 December 2018|
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Response from dkorwood | Reviewed this property |
No. The combination ticket for Colosseum (with Forum and Palitine Hill) is 12€ The Vatican Museum including Sistine Chapel is 9€ This is ticket price directly from the venue. It is free to visit St Peter’s Square and church... More
27 November 2018|
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Response from maccu50 | Reviewed this property |
We skipped the line at the Vatican Tried to do the one at the colleseum but didn’t get anywhere As the previous advisor said use a well reputed company and make sure you can skip the line It gets very busy and we waited a... More