24h – Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine, the ticket that grants access to the Roman Forum, Palatine and Colosseum for guests who want to spend a whole day in the Parco archeologico del Colosseo.
The daily formula is perfect for visitors who want to take their time to discover the beauty and the treasures of the PArCo, with plenty of time to rest, study or just sit and think while walking through the Roman Forum and Palatine. 24h ticketholders will even have time to split their experience into two separate visits, to go back home for a while or take an extended break in the nearby Monti and Celio neighborhoods.
It will be possible to visit the 1st and 2nd levels of the Colosseum, together with the exhibiotion “Il Colosseo si racconta”, and enjoy the 3 great overlooks before reaching the exit. This ticket does not include a visit to the arena.
The ticket is valid for 24 hours from the first entry into the PArCo, which can take place at the Colosseum or the Roman Forum/Palatine area: you can organize your visit just the way you want, scheduling entry to the Colosseum and deciding whether to visit the Roman Forum and Palatine before or after.
Available exclusively online, the 24h ticket grants a single scheduled entry to the Colosseum and a single non-scheduled entry (within 24 hours from the ticket’s first use) to the archeological area of the Roman Forum/Palatine, including entry to any temporary exhibitions in progress and the itinerary along the Southern slopes of the Palatine Hill.
Visitors will have 5 itineraries to choose from, visible and available for download free of charge on the ParcoColosseo App: one through the Colosseum (once you enter the route is marked and there is no turning back), and four interchangeable paths through the Roman Forum and Palatine.
We advise guests to arrive at the entrance to the Colosseum 10 minutes prior to scheduled entry time. Entry to the Colosseum is not far from the Arch of Constantine, near the so-called “Valadier Terrace”. Admission to the Roman Forum and Palatine area is available at Archus of Titus entrance and visitors don’t need to schedule their entry time. Ticketholders will be able to visit the site depending on the area’s capacity and are free to visit it before or after their scheduled entry to the Colosseum.
In the interests of respecting the public safety conditions deemed necessary to combat the current global health crisis, access to the Imperial Forums is temporarily suspended.