Privileged Entrance Colosseum Arena Floor Tour with Roman Forum
FASTER THAN SKIP THE LINE
Adult Price: €71.00
Child Price: €50.00
Child (4-17) years
Infants (0-3) free
Enter the Colosseum as the gladiators did! With our limited Special Access to the Gladiator’s Gate skip past the lines for the general public and enter the Colosseum on the Arena Floor within moments. For generations, this area has been closed and only now with this special access you can look out onto the Colosseum as the gladiators did.
Skip the Line at the Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill
Unique entry through the Colosseum’s "ARENA ENTRANCE" where the Gladiators walked in
Walk in the footsteps of gladiators with exclusive access to the awe-inspiring Arena Floor
Hear captivating commentary that brings ancient Rome to life from an expert English-speaking guide
Enjoy Skip the Line Access to the Roman Forum & Palatine Hill
What you get with this tour
Restricted Access to Colosseum Arena Floor
Colosseum entrance & reservations included
Roman Forum & Palatine Hill
Skip-the-Line access all three monuments
Wi-fi audio headset
* Roman Forum
* Palatine Hill
Italy's top tourist attraction- the Colosseum. Skip the long ticket queues and walk through the steps of ancient Romans on to the Arena Floor and discover the rich history of this iconic Roman landmark that dates to the 1st century. Witness the underground passages where animals were caged and gladiators prepared as they waited to meet their fate in the arena above. Experience one of the New Seven Wonders of the World as we guide you through the largest amphitheater in the world to imagine the life of ancient Romans as it was 2000 years ago.
Witness one of the world’s greatest architectural wonders as you glimpse into the founding of the ancient Roman Empire. The Roman Forum; originally a marshland, was drained by the Cloaca Maxima, one of the first sewer systems in the world. First developed in the 7th century BC, it grew over time to become the center of political and social activity of the Roman citizens. The signature sights include the Septimius Severus Arch, the Curia, the Temple of Saturn and the Arch of Titus.
The centremost of the famous Seven Hills of Rome and one of the most ancient parts of the city. Considered to be the birthplace of the Italian capital, it is believed to have been inhabited since 1000 B.C. According to the legend, the she-wolf Luperca took care of the twins Romulus and Remus in the Lupercal Cave located in Palatine Hill. The rich history of the ancient ruins stretches from the time of the founding of Rome by Romulus to the Roman Empire and the Renaissance.
Easy to find meeting point Colosseum
via del Colosseo 41, metro line B get off stop Colosseum take steps inside metro B to the second level walk ten meters to Via del Colosseo 41 next to Cafe Squisito
Day in Rome staff will be patiently waiting for your arrival.
(You will be looking for our representative holding a Blue "DAY IN ROME" sign.)