The mighty Colosseum is a source of many legends and epic stories. Some of them are true, some are just myths, but all of them are intriguing! Thanks to its notoriety, the largest amphitheater ever built in the Roman era is one of the most visited sights in Rome. Our guided tours of Colosseum take you on an unforgettable journey through the first and second level of the Colosseum without wasting your time in queues.
Prices for Infant from 0-6 years old: free of charge
In case of late arrival or no show, the Colosseum skip the line tour will be considered canceled and no refund will be made.
Check-in closes 45 minutes before departure
Please wear comfortable shoes as a lot of walking involved
Like in the times of the ancient Rome, crowds looking for entertainment flood the Colosseum on a daily basis. Thankfully, the style of entertainment changed drastically and the Colosseum in Rome today is a place of knowledge and history. Still, getting fast access to the Colosseum is not easy.
Purchasing best tours of the Colosseum in Rome with us include Colosseum skip the line tickets and a great deal of saved time and nerves. Besides priority access, you will get an in-depth one-hour account of the history and legends hiding in the halls of this arena by our official Colosseum forum tour guide. You can buy the Colosseum guided tour in advance or sneak your way inside last minute! Our easy online booking makes anything possible. Plus, you have the luxury of a full refund if you cancel at least one day in advance.
You don't get to visit the Colosseum (or be in Rome for that matter) every day. Make sure your experiences count!
Located just east of the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, the Colosseum sits in the heart of Rome. This enormous amphitheater was commissioned by the Roman Emperor Vespasian of the Flavian around 70 AD. He wanted to keep the masses happy and entertained.
For centuries, the emperors used it to put on all sort of fun games including gladiator battles and wild animal fights. After over 400 years, the popularity of the games faded. However, it was a particularly strong earthquake that conquered the Colosseum, and it crumbled. The rubble of the fallen facade became a source of building materials for countless buildings in Rome. Whatever its fate, it doesn't change the fact that it the largest amphitheater Romans ever built. It could fit over fifty-thousand spectators. Impressive, isn't it?
We might try, but its impossible, to sum up, the intriguing Colosseum history in a couple of paragraphs. Isn't it better to learn while walking through its halls and standing under the arches? It certainly helps to paint the picture of the past. Book Coliseum Tour Rome today and you will not regret. Perhaps this will be the best Colosseum underground tour you could have possibly chosen we will let you be the judge of that?