Entry Fee : Adult (includes Roman Forum & Palatino) - EUR 12,
Reduced - EUR 7.50
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Colosseum or Coliseum is an oval amphitheatre located in the centre of the city of Rome. Often known as the Flavian Amphitheater, the Colosseum is strategically built near the Roman Forum, making it one of the most remarkably popular attractions in the country, with over 6 million people visiting it each year. Needless to say that if you’re in Rome, you’re definitely going to see the Colosseum.
This attraction is the most recognizable symbols of the Roman Empire and has witnessed bloody battles and wild animal fighting. The trap doors and underground passageways are still easily accessible on this site as there now full-fledged staging areas for entertainment. Quite often referred to as one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Colosseum is where the Pope makes an appearance every good Friday and leads the way of the Cross Procession. The name was changed from Flavian Amphitheater to the Colosseum because Nero statue was situated at the entrance of the Domus Aurea. Even though the securities at the Colosseum have heightened and only 3000 people can visit this place at once, it is still one of the must-visit places for anyone who steps foot in Rome.
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