This is a stunning place! The view over Rome is amazing. The grounds are beautiful. Like the Roman Forum, we walked around on our own without a guide and read the information provided at our leisure.
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This is a must visit site on any visit to Rome as it provides unsurpassed views over the Roman Forum.
If you're into Greek/ Roman history, this is definitely the place to visit. You can get your entrance ticket along with your Colosseum ticket on the website for less than 20Euros. No need to hire a tour guide when you can walk it yourself. It's...More
We visited here as part of our Colloseum tour and it may have been my favorite site. It’s way bigger than I ever imagined and so beautiful. Great views and photo opportunities from a variety of spots. You could easily spend several hours here and...More
Great views of Rome but also great insight into early Roman life was included in the price of the ticket for the coliseum paid 12 euros each that includes coliseum palatine hill and Roman Forum don’t get ripped off by the guys outside trying to...More
it is better if you buy your ticket only, because it is the same one as for the Colosseum, and the lines there are HUGE. We stood there for the afternoon, and it is a pity they close at 15.30, because we coudl have stood...More
Very nice to be able to see the history of Rome in a city that has clearly tried to build around it's heritage, a must see for people interested in the Roman Empire and it's leaders.
If you are interested at history, this place should be on top of your list. I would recommend to spend one day only for the Palatine Hill, Foro Romano, Colosseum and Circus Maximus. They are all close to each other and will give you an...More
The ruins at the Roman Forum are a few minutes away from the Colloseum. Another must see when in Rome. Better to have a guide to explain what is what.
Palatine Hill contains the ruins of the 2000 year old Roman Imperial palaces that ones covered the whole hill. What is left are mainly walls, many of them impressive. I recommend taking a guided tour to fully understand and appreciate the site and its history...More