Colosseum Guided Tour


A 45-minute guided tour of the Colosseum with an art history expert available in three languages ​​+ entrances to the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.

Colosseo Visita Guidata


Instant confirmation

The ticket includes admission to the Colosseum + Arena + Roman Forum + Palatine Hill

Smart ticket

Ticket valid also on Smartphone

Duration of Visit

The guided tour lasts 45 minutes

Skip the Line

The ticket includes admission to the Colosseum + Arena + Roman Forum + Palatine Hill

not accessible

At the moment the monument is not recommended for people with walking difficulties to visit

Guided tour

The visit takes place with an authorized guide for the Colosseum site only

Colosseum Guided Tour

A guided tour of the Colosseum of about 45 minutes at the end of the visit and it is possible to access the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill without the guide.

Languages ​​Available

The visit is currently available in three languages ​​(Italian, English, French)

Useful Information

  • The tour guide is included only in the visit of the Colosseum, after which the customer can continue on their own
  • The group will consist of a maximum of 20 participants
  • one entrance to the Roman-Palatine Forum including the SUPER special sites: Palatine Museum (limited to the second level) open to visitors from 12:00 to 18:00; house of Augustus (limited to the external part with the possibility of overlooking the cubicle and the study); Santa Maria Antiqua with Domitian ramp (for groups of max 20 people)
  • it is important to go to the entrance 15 minutes before the time indicated on the voucher
  • comfortable shoes are recommended
  • Access to the Colosseum is at the Sperone Valadier
  • At the end of the guided tour of the Colosseum there are 24 hours to visit independently the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

Did you know that

You will have the chance to see one of the oldest monuments in the world. The Colosseum also known as Amphiteatrum Flavium, is the largest amphitheater in the world, it represents the heart of Rome. It was originally able to hold between 50,000 and 87,000 spectators. The amphitheater was built during the Flavian dynasty. Construction began with Vespasian in 71/72 AD. and completed by Titus in 80 AD Soon, the building became a symbol of the imperial city, an expression of an ideology in which the will to celebrate comes to define models for the leisure and entertainment of the people. The amphitheater is located on an area at the eastern edge of the Roman Forum, which was often used as a theater for events and as an institution from which the political, legal, cultural and philosophical foundations of Western thought derive. The Forò was also subject to looting and changes in use destinations. Today the area of ​​the Roman Forum has become, with the Colosseum and the Palatine Hill, one of the most illustrious and visited archaeological sites in the world.

Colosseo Visita Guidata

Additional information

Languages ​​available




for citizens of the European Union between 18 and 25 years of age, upon presentation of an identity document

Online ticket

booking fee € 2.00

Free Entrance

  • Citizens under 18 years of the European Community and non-EU citizens
  • Italian teaching staff of the permanent or fixed-term school upon presentation of a suitable certificate issued by educational institutions

Access rules

Tickets will allow you to visit the Roman-Palatine Forum and the Colosseum.

  • quota access;
  • compulsory online ticket booking;
  • at the site entrance the body temperature will be detected, indicating as the limit threshold for entry at 37.5 ° C;
  • within the site it is mandatory to wear personal protective equipment;
  • indicators for spacing will be set up along the visit;
  • the routes will be accessible through specific signs and APP;
  • maintain the distance of 1.80 meters between visitors


From 1 June 2020 access to the Colosseum will be exclusively from the so-called “Sperone Valadier” and can be used by individuals or groups of up to 14 people, adequately spaced, who will enter every 15 minutes and will always be accompanied along the entire route.

We inform you that for security reasons, from June 1st 2020 it will not be possible to admit more than 600 people per day.

For security reasons all visitors must be checked.

To facilitate the security checks, please insert any object (including mobile phones) in the backpack or in the special tray to be inserted into the x-ray machine.

It is forbidden to introduce bottles, glass containers, alcoholic drinks and spray cans, camping backpacks, bulky bags and suitcases / trolleys, while medium and small shoulder backpacks may be introduced, which must be subjected, like any other bag, in control with the metal detector.


There is no dress code for visiting the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, however it is advisable to have comfortable shoes, and during the summer period bring a head cover with you so as not to expose yourself too much to the heat during the day.


The visitor, wearing a mask, must arrive at the park already in possession of his / her access ticket, 15 minutes before the booked access time. Simultaneously with the purchase of the ticket, and included in the price of the same, the visitor will be sent a link to download, on their mobile device, an App essential for the use of the Park