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Guided Tour and a Ticket

We enjoyed visiting all the locations, Colosseum was excellent and we are content with our tour


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Super Guide!!

Super Tour mit Mario.


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Unbeatable Deal

I was about to book tickets to the Colosseum when I found this tour which also included fast track tickets. The price was unbeatable too.


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Rianne, our British guide, was excellent and informative AND easy to understand. The tour took us to two catacombs, Capuchins and San Sebastián. The Capuchins’ displays of bones have to be seen to be believed. Well worth a late afternoon visit.


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Amazing tour, amazing guide

We had the English tour with Francensca as our guide, and we really enjoyed it. Francesca was a good guide who new a lot of information and it was very easy to hear and follow what she was saying.


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best rome guide

Wonderful experience! I think Colosseum is one of the best holiday destinations i ever visit. We bought this underground colosseum tour and really make me feel very close to the Roman history. Our guide was Julia, who make this tour wonderful.


Roman Forum Tickets

The Roman Forum, also known as Forum Romanum, is the legendary centerpiece of the Roman Empire and is an absolute must-see for anyone who visits the “Eternal City”. Do you want to discover one of the most captivating periods of world history? How about familiarizing yourself with the renowned relics from ancient times? If so, then you will need to book your Roman Forum tickets to guarantee your visit! 

If you're asking 'What is the Roman Forum?', then it’s a great sign that you need to stop by for a visit. Bring your friends and family too; the more the merrier as you walk through the forum exchanging ideas with your group. Just like the Romans did back in the day!

Discover the history of some of the most famous buildings of the Roman Empire. Pass along the Via Sacra, the legendary road that used to form part of the Roman Triumph route. See where the emperors, returning victorious from battles, would walk towards the Forum, to indulge in the cheer of their people.

Immerse yourself in Ancient Rome's thrilling history with Forum Romanum Tickets & Tours!

Roman Forum Tickets: Visitor Highlights

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Roman Forum Visit: Know Before You Go

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Known For

Ancient Monuments

Activity Type

Roman Forum Visit

Yearly Visitors

4.5 Million

High Season

Combo Roman Forum Tickets

Currency Required

European Euro

Time Zone

GMT +2:00

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Roman Forum Tickets: Visitor Highlights

  • Explore more of the ancient monuments in the Forum by entering the site faster thanks to your skip-the-line Roman Forum entry fee ticket. There’s no need to stand in long lines or desperately search around while asking the question, “where is the Roman Forum ticket office”.
  • Relive ancient times while exploring the Forum’s main points of interest. Gaze up at the Arch of Septimius Severus, a 21-meter high arch built in 203 AD to commemorate the victories of Emperor Severus. Or, visit the Temple of Vesta, one of the holiest places in ancient Rome that contained the Sacred Fire.
  • Thought of visiting the Colosseum? Good news. With a reserved tour, you gain entry to the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, as well as to the mythical amphitheater. With so much to see, don’t hesitate to book your Colosseum Roman Forum and Palatine Hill tickets. Get ready for an unforgettable journey to the gladiators times!

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When you visit the Forum, you experience a completely different world, with its own order, pace, and traditions. Fantasize as you discover the renowned attraction, and share your impressions with others. Here are some ideas for where you can snap the best shot:

  • If you walk from Altare della Patria, you’ll find the Forum on both sides of you. Go ahead and take a shot of the monuments you like best. Done? Continue along and discover each monuments’ history on your Roman Forum guided tour
  • Wait for the magical moment when the sun begins to set and pierce through the relics with its beams. Or, snap a photo when the skies transform into a palette of soft colors.
  • Record a video for your IG followers and share the thrilling stories about ancient times; let them imagine you walking through the passages with Roman senators.

Got a winner? If you want to be featured, choose your best snap from the most instagrammable spots in Roman Forum Rome, post it on your IG, and tag #dotravelgram. 

Roman Forum Visit: Know Before You Go

  • The monument of the Roman Forum is one of the capital’s top attractions. Due to its popularity, there are often long lines to enter. Avoid standing in the queue at the Roman Forum ticket offices by booking online in advance.
  • For fewer crowds, visit the Forum in the morning or early afternoon. Alternatively, book early morning tickets for the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, and Roman Forum. Enjoy the fastest way to access iconic sites!
  • The Forum has ample outdoor space with plenty of areas to explore; wear comfortable shoes, pack water, a hat, and sunscreen.
  • Your ticket to the Roman Forum is valid for 48 hours.
  • For safety reasons, you might have to pass the security check with metal detectors. Also, large backpacks or suitcases are not allowed inside the attraction.


Why is the Roman Forum so important?

The ruins of the Roman Forum are an archaeological imprint that point to the intellectual, political, and cultural glory of Italy’s past and present.

What are the Roman Forum opening hours?

The site is open daily throughout the year, but Roman Forum hours vary; the official closing time is one hour before sunset. 

The famous Forum always opens at 8.30 and closes at different times according to the season. The hours are as follows:

- Last Sunday of October until February 15 - 4.30 pm

- February 16 to March 15 - 5.00 pm 

- March 16 to 24 - 5:30 pm

- Last Sunday of March until August 31 - 7.15 pm 

- September - 7.00 pm

- October 1 until the last Sunday of the month - 6.30 pm 

On June 2, Roman Forum opening times are reduced from 1.30 pm - 7.15 pm. December 25 and January 1 the Forum is closed.  

How do I get to the Roman Forum?

To get to the Roman Forum via metro, jump on the Line B (blue line) and get off at the Colosseo Metro station stop. Alternatively, you can take buses number 60, 75, 85, 87, 95, and 175. All of them stop in the vicinity of the Forum.

How much do Roman Forum tickets cost?

The standard Roman Forum price for adults is around € 12. European Union citizens between the ages of 18-15 can count on reduced prices. However, for a more convenient way to explore the attraction, book a tour rather than just paying the Roman Forum tickets price.

The Roman Forum ticket price is well worth paying, especially when you get the following benefits:

1) Professional guides' assistance on tours of the Forum

2) Skip-the-line access 

3) Additional activities such as the Rome Colosseum Tour.

Are you wondering where to buy tickets for the Roman Forum?

Entrance tickets to the Colosseum and Roman Forum can be bought from several locations. However, bear in mind that as the Forum is a hugely popular attraction, there are guaranteed to be long lines. Save yourself the hassle of waiting in a queue and buy Roman Forum tickets online in advance.

Do I need a guide for Roman Forum Palatine Hill?

Despite the Roman Forum’s significance, what remains is a slightly chaotic cluster of ruins. Those who have Forum Romanum tickets can explore the Roman Forum’s sprawling ruins for hours. However, having an audio guide, or better yet, live expert guide that can point out all the best highlights. With them, you get to see all the real value of the magnificent Arch of Titus, Temple of Antoninus and Faustina, the Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, Column of Phocas, and the Curia, among others.

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