How much is a ticket to the Roman Colosseum?
What is the Colosseum entrance fee?
|Colosseum Standard adult ticket||16.00€|
|Colosseum Child ticket (0-17 years)||6.00€|
|Colosseum Adult ticket + Audioguide (English)||26.00€|
|Colosseum Child ticket + Audioguide (English)||12.00€|
What day is the Colosseum free?
For many years the visit to Roman Colosseum was free every 1st Sunday of every month. From 2019 the Colosseum is free to visit on selected days.
Does it cost money to see the Colosseum?
Admission fees for the Colosseum in Rome are as follows: The Colosseum Tickets for adults cost 12 euros. There is a reduced fee for EU-citizens aged between 18 and 25. Teenagers and children under 18, as well as handicapped persons and their assistant are free.
So how much does it cost to eat in Rome? The cost of eating out in Rome depends, naturally, on the type of restaurants you plan to visit. However, it is entirely possible to eat well for around €12 (approximately $14) a person for pasta or pizza and wine or water at a restaurant.
The Pantheon is free and requires no tickets to enter. NOTE: The Italian Culture Minister had announced a €2/person fee for entry that was planned to go into effect in May 2018, but this fee is not likely to be implemented anytime soon.
Admission to the Palatine in Rome is free and there is less queuing at the reserved special entrance. The Palatine Hills is the oldest inhabited part of the city, and is considered to be the birthplace of the Roman empire.
The oils from our fingers are acidic and after decades and decades of people touching things, parts of the Colosseum that are within arms reach are being worn smooth by tourists, and in order to preserve the ruins for as long as possible, look with your eyes, not your hands.
Yes. Your Colosseum ticket includes skip-the-line access to sections like the Underground and Arena. 3. The Colosseum underground tour offers access to the area floor, the underground, and the third floor, making for a memorable experience.
Most tickets include a guided Colosseum tour. A professional, English-speaking tour guide will accompany you while you explore the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. You can also opt for tickets that include guided tours to the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel.
Climbing the ramparts and seeing the floor is neat but it probably does not justify the time on line, the crowds, the selfie-stick hawkers, etc. Watch your wallet here. Get combo ticket in advance incl Forum (shorter line and more to see at Forum and Palantine Hill).