Colosseum Tour


The Colosseum in Rome: Explore the beautiful place with the Colosseum tour of the Flavian Amphitheatre, which includes the undergrounds, the Arena, the Belvedere, the Palatine Hill, and the Roman Forum.



Colosseum: Tour with Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

2023 Special Price

Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill Guided Tour


Colosseum: Tour with Arena Floor, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

Palatine Hill, Roman Forum, Colosseum guided tour and access to Arena Floor


Colosseum: Tour with Arena Floor, Underground and Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

Colosseum Underground, Arena Floor, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill Guided Tour


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Highlights of Colosseum Tours

The Colosseum, although being severely damaged by earthquakes and stone robbers, is an iconic symbol of Imperial Rome and was named one of the New 7 Wonders of the World.

  • Colosseum Guided Tour: Taking a guided tour of the Colosseum is the most convenient way to avoid line-ups.
  • Join the Ancient Rome and Colosseum Tour: Underground Chambers, Arena, and Upper Tier for more in-depth knowledge. 
  • Visiting the Colosseum on Your Own: A two-day ticket that also includes the Forum and Palatine Hill includes entry to the Colosseum.
  • Taking Kids to the Colosseum: The Colosseum is a well-known emblem of ancient Rome, and gladiator tales are sure to interest children.
  • Wear sturdy walking shoes to cross the rocky stones and climb to get a better view of the vast interior.

Types of Colosseum Tour

  • Audio tours are available.
  • Tours with a group.
  • Private tours are available.
  • Tours in a hurry.
  • Tours in virtual reality.
  • Tours for children and families.

Consider the following options:

  • The Colosseum is one of Rome’s most popular attractions, so expect to queue unless you have a pre-arranged Colosseum tour. You may also be taken to areas that are not open to the general public on guided excursions. The optimum times to arrive are early in the morning and around noon when tour bus groups are leaving for lunch.
  • The Colosseum, the greatest remaining structure from ancient Rome, was built by Vespasian in AD 72 and later expanded by his son, Titus, who added the fourth floor eight years later. The Colosseum was named after a massive statue of Nero nearby, known as the colossus after the Colossus of Rhodes; the entire location was once part of Nero’s Domus Aurea, his palace complex in ancient Rome.
  • You can be sure to see all of the Colosseum’s attractions with our handy list of highlights and recommendations for visiting the Colosseum. The Colosseum’s outer wall was 186 metres long and 156 metres wide, with an oval shape that appears to be practically spherical. Multiple earthquakes have destroyed the exterior wall, which rises 57 metres tall and is composed of travertine marble held together with iron clamps rather than cement. The entire south side collapsed in the 1349 quake.
  • The Gladiator School of Rome, located on Apian Way near the Colosseum, is run by the Gruppo Storico Romano (Rome Historical Group), which specializes in the recreation of ancient Roman life and gladiator combat. On this Colosseum tour, while donning an authentic gladiator tunic and belt and using a common training sword, you will learn combat methods and receive insight into Roman gladiator culture and sports.

Colosseum Tour Price 2023

  • Arena Floor Tour English, German, French

€ 46 /per person

  • Colosseum Guided Tour English, German, French, Spanish Portuguese

€ 55 /per person

  • Colosseum With Underground Tour English, German, French

€ 69 /per person

  1. Regular Ticket, A ticket to the Colosseum entry costs €16 for each individual (from 1st November 2019). The ticket will cost €18 if purchased online (which is currently required).
  2. The Full Experience Ticket, which includes the Arena, costs €24 (€4 for discounted seats) when purchased online. It covers everything in the Standard Ticket plus access to the Colosseum’s Arena and the SUPER locations. A guided tour is not included.

Note: If you’re between the ages of 18 and 25, and you’re from the European Union, you can get a discount. Aside from that, if you work in a school in an EU country, you may be eligible for a discount.

Colosseum Opening Hours 2023

Except for Christmas and New Year’s, the Colosseum remains open all year.

April to September is the peak season.

November to February is the low season.

Opening Hours

The Colosseum is open Monday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 7:15 p.m., with the last admittance at 6:15 p.m.

Days Closed

The Colosseum is closed on 1 January and 25 December.

Prepare Your Visit

The Colosseum, as one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, is a hive of activity. The busiest months of the year are April through September when the Colosseum sees the most visitors. To prepare for your Colosseum tour, the main thing to note is the peak days. Between November and February is the finest time to visit the Colosseum; not only will you encounter fewer crowds, but the chilly Italian winter will help you to appreciate your vacation to Rome much more.

Avoid visiting the Colosseum on weekdays during the early morning hours to avoid crowds.

Options for the Early Morning

Avoid the crowds by visiting the Colosseum early in the morning. With your priority access ticket, you can skip the wait and get inside faster. You’ll see Rome’s most important ancient sites before the crowds and heat reach their peak.

Options for the Evening

It is also feasible to see the Colosseum after it has closed for the day. However, if you want to visit the Colosseum at night, you must schedule a guided trip since you must be accompanied by a tour guide.

How To Reach Colosseum

The Colosseum is located at Piazza del Colosseo, in the centre of Rome. The Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill are all conveniently accessible because of the twin cities’ robust public transportation infrastructure. 

Take the Rome Metro’s Linea B, or Blue Line, to the Colosseum station, which is two stations from Termini train station.

Colosseo is the name of the Colosseum’s metro station. Board a metro on Line B to get to the Colosseo stop. The Colosseum entrances are a 2–4-minute walk from there. If you’re taking the metro from Roma Termini, it should only take you about 5 minutes.

Choosing the Most Appropriate Colosseum Transportation

  • Taking the Metro in Rome: The most cost-effective way to get to the Colosseum is the metro. The Colosseum is only a 2–4-minute walk away from the Colosseo metro station. The Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill are all easily accessible from here. 
  1. The journey to the Colosseum should take less than 5 minutes if you take the subway from Roma Termini.
  2. Between Sunday through Thursday, the metro runs from 05:30 AM to 11:30 PM; on Friday and Saturday, the metro runs until 01:30 AM.
  • Taking the bus to the Colosseum is a cost-effective option to see many monuments in Rome’s historic city. You can take a bus from Roma Termini, which has one of the city’s main bus stations. Take the tram to Piazza del Colosseo, where you may walk a few minutes to the Colosseum doors. Buses 40, 51, 60, 75, 81, 175, 204 are all available.
  1. If you take a bus from Roma Termini, the travel should take about 15 minutes or less, depending on the route used and traffic conditions.
  2. Buses run from 5:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m., with night buses running from 12:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m.

Information for Visitors on Covid-19

Safety measures in place & traveler requirements

  • In order to obtain entry to tourist destinations in Italy, a mandatory Green Pass is required.
  • Every 15 minutes, up to 14 guests can enter. This also applies to group reservations.
  • In this initial phase, “Valadier Entrance” will not provide access to the Colosseum.


1. What are the hours of the Colosseum in 2023?

The Colosseum is open Monday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 7:15 p.m., with the last admittance at 6:15 p.m.

2. When does the Colosseum close for the day?

The Colosseum is closed on the first and last days of the year.

3. When is the ideal time to go to the Colosseum?

The greatest time to visit the Colosseum is between November and February when there are fewer crowds and pleasant weather.

4. What are the hours of operation for the Roman Forum?

Throughout the year, the Roman Forum is open every day from 10:30 a.m. to 7:15 p.m.

5. What are the hours of operation at Palatine Hill?

Throughout the year, Palatine Hill is open every day from 10:30 a.m. until 7:15 p.m.


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