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How to visit the Colosseum

How to visit the Colosseum in Rome

The Colosseum, or Flavian Amphitheater, is the largest amphitheater in the world and was built in the Flavian era, begun under the Emperor Vespasian in 71/72 AD and inaugurated by Titus in 80 AD. The Colosseum is located in the center of Rome, in an area previously occupied by the Domus Aurea Neroniana, within which there was an artificial lake.

The Column of Trajan in Rome

The Column of Trajan in Rome and the Imperial Forums

The Column of Trajan is a unique monument constructed in 113 AD and it consistsof a 100-foot tall marble column set atop a massive rectangular base. It was topped by a gilded statue of the emperor himself.

Biglietti per i Giardini Vaticani

Tickets for the Vatican Gardens

The Vatican Gardens represents the green heart of the Vatican City. They are inside the Vatican walls in Rome and there are different types of entrances and guided tours to visit them. Let’s see how to visit them and what can be visited.

The Raphael's Rooms

The Raphael's Rooms in the Vatican Museums

The Raphael’s rooms (Stanze di Raffaello) are four rooms along the museum path of Vatican Museums. The four rooms were painted by the famous Renaissance artist, Raphael, and his pupils. Along with Michelangelo’s frescoes in the Sistine Chapel, they represent the most important frescoes of the High Renaissance.

The Pantheon in Rome

The Pantheon in Rome, an iconic symbol of the Eterna City

The Pantheon is a world-renowned monument located in Rome. This recognizable monument was constructed to be the house of all gods worshiped by ancient romans. This is reflected also in the name of the building, which comes from the Greek and means “all the gods” (pan= all, theos = god). Commissioned by Marcus Agrippa, the Pantheon was further rebuilt by Roman Emperor Hadrian in 126 A.D.

The Pantheon in Rome

The Pantheon in Rome: history, curiosities and how to visit it

The Pantheon in Rome is with any doubt one of the most fascinating historical places of Rome. The Pantheon is in fact destination of thousands of tourists that come to Rome to see this mysterious building.

The Trajan’s Markets in Rome

The Trajan’s Markets and Trajan the Roman Emperor

Trajan, a significant Roman ruler, reigned from 98 to 117 AD. His government in Rome is symbolized by special actions to improve the standards of living of Roman citizens. However, his actual presence was on the battlefield, in fact Trajan is mostly remembered as a conqueror. His attitude for war and expansion was balanced with the increasing number of public projects such as road systems, baths and markets.

Cappella Sistina Roma

Sistine chapel with no waiting line – How to visit it

The Sistine Chapel is certainly one of the best-known artistic treasures in the world. Mainly the Sistine owes its fame to Michelangelo's frescoes that decorate the vault and the apse wall.
Consequently this place represents one of the attractions of Rome most visited by tourists.

Vatican Museums Free

Vatican Museums: when the entrance is free

If you have always wondered when the entrance for the Vatican Museums is free, you will find in this article all the information you need for your visit.

The Trevi Fountain in Rome

The Trevi Fountain, a must see when in Rome

The Trevi Fountain is one of the most recognizable monuments and tourist site in Rome. This fountain draw thousands of visitors every day with its history, architecture, magnificent sculpture and the serene atmosphere created by the water.

Colosseo a Roma - Orari

Colosseum: when I can visit it - Opening time

The majestic Flavian Amphitheatre is on the south of Rome and it is one of the most visited monuments in the world. Every year nearly 7 millions of tourists reach the symbol of the Eternal city. When it is possible to visit it? If you wish to visit the Colosseum, it is important to be informed in advance about the open time, as they can vary accordingly to the period.

Palazzo Altemps in Rome

Palazzo Altemps in Rome and the National Roman Museum

Palazzo Altemps in Rome, a treasure chest in the heart of the Eternal City.
Palazzo Altemps in Rome is a Renaissance palace, located in the center of Rome, a few steps from Piazza Navona and the fascinating Pantheon.

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