If you have only one day in Rome, this would be the perfect itinerary. The Colosseum, Palatine Hill and Roman Forum are three of the biggest attractions in Rome and with good reason. Skip-the-line tickets will help you to save time so you might be able to squeeze in some more places to visit.
Colosseum The Colosseum also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre is the largest amphitheater which was completed in AD 80. The colossal amphitheater is said to accommodate around 50000 spectators. It was used for gladiatorial contests, mock battles enactments, mythological dramas, animal hunts and executions until the medieval ages. The Colosseum as we see today is broken from one side due to the natural disasters, earthquakes and also due to the visitors who carried the pieces as souvenirs.[readmore] Palatine Hill The Palatine Hill is one of the Seven Hills of Rome and the most ancient part of the city of Rome. The hill is an important archaeological site and holds remains of royal palaces, temples, and several important ancient buildings. You can enjoy some of the magnificent views of Rome including the Circus Maximus, the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, and the Capitoline Hill. There is also a museum on the Palatine hill which displays historical artifacts and archeological findings from excavations.
Roman Forum The Roman Forum is a magnificent site of ancient Rome. The site has numerous ruins of temples, Triumphal arches, monuments and important government buildings from the ancient Rome. The Roman Forum was the center of social and commercial activities of the Roman Empire.Read more
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Please be aware that Infants must sit on laps