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Colosseum

Piazza del Colosseo, 00184 Rome, Italy
(+39) 06 39967700
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Skip-the-Line: Colosseum Official Guided Tour for Ticket or Rome Pass Holders
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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.
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  • Very good21%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Hours Today: 08:30 - 18:15
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Piazza del Colosseo, 00184 Rome, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday

This is a must see. The colosseum was spectacular. I could almost hear the lions roaring and the cheers from the spectators. It is a cool piece of history.

Thank takemeonatrip65
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Excellent tour. Bought Roma pass..best way to skip line. Right beside the metro best way to get there. Was only spoilt by the constant barrage of Indian men selling water water water ! Selfie sticks hats etc. Need some sort of control to stop harassing...More

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Reviewed yesterday

A must for anyone going to Rome. We went on free Sunday, it was packed with a two hour queue by 10am. We chose a tour to skip the line, our guide was very good and I enjoyed the experience, but wish we had gone...More

Thank jacquelinesV594FP
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Naturally going to see the Colosseum was number one on our list to see when coming to Rome. It's a fantastic testament to Ancient Rome and it's magnificent. If you hate people or large groups of people then take a seat on the outside and...More

Thank Matt W
Reviewed yesterday

Be sure to visit such a historical place on your visit to Rome. I booked a private tour (guide plus wife and i) and we skipped the lines. It was crowded even at 8am. Plan to spend 2 hours total, or more if you like....More

Thank GroovyM
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Arrived at the Colosseum from the Metro and upon exiting the station you will just be in awe of the enormous structure. It was a picture moment; just amazing.

Thank Anita B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A fabulous relic that is well worth visiting. We had a small group guided tour that included the other ancient Rome ruins. Spend the extra money to get a full history.

Thank Drovershill
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Recently went on the Colosseum night tour with underground and arena floor (and some forum) from Viator tours. We unfortunately booked our tour on the eve of the Italian National holiday of Republic Day, so streets were closed and a parade route was being set...More

Thank Carl T
Reviewed yesterday

I decided when we arrived in Venice before our trip to Rome that I would order my tickets online, I had heard the queues were really long. I when on the official website ordered the tickets (took a screen shot thankfully, big tip!!!!). I never...More

Thank Katherine C
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Okay but long queue with touts selling tickets . Mismanagement of the authorities recommended for one time visit

Thank suni S
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Tanzina A
Can we have a direct access to the Colosseum if we get a roma pass or we need to buy tickets ?and if yes,then which is the more convenient way to buy tickets?online pre-booking or directly buying from the attraction point?
22 June 2017|
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Response from Jordi_Sydney | Reviewed this property |
Im not 100% sure as we had bought a pass the coloseum and old rome tour and then a pass for the vatican city and st peters cathedral as we couldnt do them together in the same day...would of been difficult, pace yourself and... More
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