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Arco di Tito

Via Sacra 1 | Roman Forum, 00186 Rome, Italy
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Via Sacra 1 | Roman Forum, 00186 Rome, Italy
Piazza Venezia / Ancient City
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Arco di Tito is an imposing structure at one end of the Roman Forum, on the Via Sacra. It can easily be seen from outside the Forum, from the area near the Capitoline Hill. It was erected towards the end of the first century by...More

Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Arch of Titus greeted us upon our entrance in the Roman Forum from the direction of the Colosseum. When we were there we couldn't walk through the arch because it's roped off. Also, it appeared to have something like plywood on the ground inside...More

Thank wannabefolkie
Reviewed 17 September 2017

We visited this attraction on a recent trip to Rome. It is situated at the end of the Via Sacra (sacred road) which runs from the Colosseum to the Roman Forum. It is an elaborately carved monumental archway which was built by Titus's brother Domitian...More

Thank Linda A
Reviewed 13 September 2017

This is the world's oldest triumphal arch, standing in ancient Foro Romano close to the Colosseum. It dates back to 82 AD, built in honor of Emperor Titus victories in Jerusalem, destroying the city and Jewish Mount Temple. From then on, it was an inspiration...More

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Reviewed 24 August 2017

An impressive arch, in need of some conservation, that is in the forum. This means that you have to be aware of so many things to look at that it's possible, although not probable, that you can miss the impact of this and what it...More

Thank Richard F
Reviewed 23 July 2017 via mobile

Did this as part of the Coliseum/ Forum walking tour . One of the most interesting sites . Wear sensible shoes as lots of walking but worth a visit

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Reviewed 18 July 2017

A few years ago you could walk right under this arch and truly appreciate the detail (what's left of it). Now it's fenced off (probably because it's about to fall apart.) and it's much more difficult to see the nice details. I would have given...More

Thank Jeremy B
Reviewed 15 July 2017 via mobile

Really stoked we saw this as part of our tour of the coliseum. Our tour guide was very through and told us all about the arches and was awesome we were able to get so close to it and touch it and look at all...More

Thank J9421NBannab
Reviewed 13 July 2017

Until July 23rd, the Vatican Museum has an exhibit about the menorah in history, very near St. Peter's church, at Braccio di Carlo Magno. Open 10am to 6 pm,you won't have to wait in line at all, and an audio guide is available. It is...More

Thank MarianS S
Reviewed 8 July 2017

Many triumphal arches have been built in the history of humanity, and one of the buildings has been more solid than the other, depending on what 'envy war' and victory victorious are being hailed. This may be counted as the model to all, not least...More

Thank Thomas J
Piazza Venezia / Ancient City
If all roads lead to Rome, then they all end here.
Piazza Venezia and the Ancient City are the very
epicenter of the Eternal City. Within a 360-degree
turn, Roman history unrolls in front of you, from its
ancient beginnings to its 21st century
transformations. Whether it’s those historical
playgrounds known as the Roman and Imperial Forums, or
the side-street shops, trattorie, and churches, this
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Gary R
3 November 2016|
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Response from tshep42 | Reviewed this property |
The Arco di Tito is part of the Roman Forum. You can see it without paying the admission to the Forum.
17 July 2015|
Response from Arthur A | Reviewed this property |
The ticket to the Roman forum covers Arch of Titus as well.