Roman Forum - Rome
The Roman Forum is one of Italy’s most important archaeological sites, attracting up to five million tourists every year. Once the center of ancient Rome, the Roman Forum was home to magnificent temples and monuments. Today, visitors can walk among its ancient ruins of triumphal arches, and towering columns. See panoramic views of Rome from the Palantine and Capitoline hills. Historical points of interest include the Via Sacra, the main street in ancient Rome that Julius Caesar walked more than 20 centuries ago.
Admission to the Roman Forum is included in a combined ticket to the Colosseum and Palantine Hill. If you plan to see all three attractions, try to spread your visit over two days because there’s a lot to see. And be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes.
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Combine your visit to the Roman Forum with a Guided Tour of the Colosseum and Palantine Hill. Get Skip-the-Line access and avoid waiting in long lines during peak tourist season. Choose from a variety of fun Guided Tours.