Where is the entrance to the Roman Forum?
The main entrance gate for the Roman Forum is along the Via dei Fori Imperiali between the Colosseum and Piazza Venezia, near the Piazza Venezia end. There is an exit gate from the Roman Forum close to the Colosseum. You cannot enter the Roman Forum at the gate nearest the Colosseum, this gate is just an exit.
How much does it cost to enter the Roman Forum?
4,5 million tourists visit the Roman Forum in Rome every year….Roman Forum in Rome: Tickets and entry fees.
|Roman Forum Tickets|
|Youth 18 to 25 (EU)||2 euros|
|Children under 18||free|
|Persons with disabilities (including accompanying person)||free|
Do you have to pay to enter the Roman Forum?
Entry to the Roman Forum is no longer free and is covered by the single Colosseum ticket that grants access to the Colosseum, Forum and Palatine Hill area.
Can you walk in the Roman Forum?
Unlike the Colosseum or the Baths of Caracalla, that are two ancient stand-alone buildings, the Roman Forum is a large area where you literally walk along ancient Roman streets. The area is large and mostly outdoors.
Is the pantheon free?
The Pantheon is free and requires no tickets to enter.
Who is buried at the Roman Forum?
Right in the Roman Forum. To be more accurate, the grave site actually marks the ruins of the Temple of Caesar. Caesar was cremated and thus has no grave or tomb, but people still leave flowers and notes on the altar.
What does the Rome Pass include?
What does the Pass include?
- Free entrance to the first two museums or monuments included in the card.
- Reduced entrance-price to all other museums and/or archaeological sites.
- Unlimited use of public transportation inside Rome (buses, metro, trams and suburban trains).
- Discounts to certain exhibitions and events.
How do you get around Rome without a car?
Other than walking, here are the best ways to get around Rome:
- ATAC city transport (bus, metro, tram)
- Hop on / Hop off bus.
- Private car hire.
- Vespa / motorcycle.
- Electric scooter sharing.