The Colosseum is one of Romes signature attractions. Witness to the centuries of turbulent Roman history; its a sight you surely cannot miss when visiting the city. This Guided Tour for the Colosseum provides an unrushed and informative experience that ensures you get the most out of your visit.
Prices for Infant from 0-6 years old: free of charge
Check-in closes 45 min before departure
Travelers should wear comfortable shoes a lot of walking involved!
However, popularity always comes at a price. Getting a skip the line Colosseum tickets is not easy, and the crowds can trample your experience even after you get inside. However, you can break away from the long and tiring queues and skip the line with our best Colosseum arena tour.
As mentioned, you will enter the Colosseum via the Gladiators Gate. This particular gate is on the other side of the amphitheater. Its separate from the usual Colosseum skip-the-line entry gate you get with Colosseum tour tickets. So, you avoid even those lines (longer these days following increased security), for immediate entry. With this tour, you can simply forget about spending hours in the unforgiving sun, tired, dehydrated, and anxious.
Moreover, once inside, our friendly expert guide will escort you directly onto the Colosseum Arena floor. A wooden reconstruction above the Colosseum underground, the arena floor offers the most lucrative vantage point inside the structure. Closed to the general public, its way more calm and pleasant. A perfect place to contemplate your first view of the Colosseum interior.
Besides super-fast track access and an excellent guide, The Colosseum tour price also includes all reservation and transactions fees. No surprises are waiting at the checkout! Our easy booking also comes with a full refund, if you cancel at least a day in advance. So, is our tour the best-guided tour of the Colosseum? Well, it's up to you to judge! We hope you will love it!
The Colosseum and ancient Rome go hand in hand. You cannot mention one and leave out the other.
Standing east of the Roman Forum, this enormous amphitheater was commissioned by Emperor Vespasian of the Flavian around 70 AD. It was a gift to the people, a tool to keep the masses busy and happy. Roman emperors used it to feature all sort of fun games including gladiator battler as wild animal fights.
After around four centuries of active use, it fell into neglect. Partly destroyed by an earthquake, partly because of the political and societal changes of the time. In any case, the remaining rubble of the fallen facade became a source of building materials for many new buildings in Rome.
Even if in ruin today, it was the largest amphitheater Romans ever built. The exterior had three levels of arched entrances and each level feature columns of a different style. The bottom level displayed a simple Doric order, the middle followed with the Ionic order, and the upper level showcased Corinthian order. The building could fit over fifty-thousand spectators!! That's an impressive number!
However, we cannot possibly sum up the wild and intriguing Colosseum history in a paragraph or two. It's so much better to learn while watching the once creat ruins with a vivid commentary! It helps to paint the picture of the past. So, don't wait around any longer, book a Rome tour with us and experience this landmark the way it was meant to be!