Roman ForumCurrently Closed
- Address: Via della Salaria Vecchia, 5/6, Rome, Italy
- Timings: 08:30 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +39-639967700
- Ticket Price: 12 EUR
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Historical Site, Family And Kids, Architecture
Roman Forum - Review
The cultural heart of the city, the Roman Forum is one place that you cannot miss when in Rome. This rectangular plaza is surrounded almost on all sides by numerous important landmarks that define Rome.
Some of the most important structures near this plaza include but are not limited to the Temple of Saturn, Basilica Aemilia, Tabularium, Temple of Caesar, Arch of Septimius Severus, Curia Julia, Rostra, Temple of Vespasian and Titus, Gemonian stairs, Forum Main Square, Regia, Temple of Castor and Pollux, Basilica Iulia, Temple of Vesta including other important monuments.
Hence, one can understand that there will be no dearth of sights near this area.
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Any visit to Rome cannot be complete without a visit to Roman Forum. Tickets for Roman Forum are always in demand and sometime you have to bear long lines to order to get Roman Forum tickets. As you book tickets for Roman Forum with us, you get a chance to understand the historicity and cultural significance of this place better. Check our tickets section to know the Roman Forum ticket prices in detail.
Roman Forum Information
- The ticket office closes one hour before the site closing time.
Roman Forum Ticket Prices
- Adult €12, reduced € 7.50.
- EU child include Colosseum & Palatine - free
- € 30 for combined ticket, Audio guide - €5.
How To reach Roman Forum by Public Transport
- Colosseo Station, Line B
- Bus: Via dei Fori Imperiali
Restaurants Near Roman Forum
- Cantina Lucifero
- Fondue Spizzala
- local cuisine
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Things to Know Before Visiting Roman Forum
70.67% of people who visit Rome include Roman Forum in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
68.54% of people start their Roman Forum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Roman Forum
69.97% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Roman Forum
Roman Forum Trips
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Roman Forum, Rome Reviews
The place you can’t imagine that wonderful city without it. Even so, you will see the ruins of former great buildings and temples it still impress you. The place from where Rome developed. The place was the center of cultural, political and social life. I spent there 4 hours with audio guide. So be prepared at least for half of day adventure. And find time during your visit for this amazing place. I recommend you to book tickets in advance or buy Roma Pass and you will skip the lines what will save you up for two hours. The ticket to forum includes the ticket to Coliseum.
For me it was the highlight of our three day Rome trip. You can easily spend two to three hours there, exploring the beautiful ancient monuments embedded in the surprisingly green landscape. Also it was not too crowded as the place is huge and the crowds got distributed pretty well.. On hot summer days you can find cold drinking water wells all around, a tour guide is recommended but not mandatory.
A visit to the Roman Forum is also a visit to the Palatine Hill. You can easily spend half a day on the location visiting the sites and the different museums. If you really like to have the full experience it's advised to join a guided tour. Since April 2018 there are also the S.U.P.E.R tickets, which give access to locations (among others) as the Palatine museum and Augusts house. A visit in the morning is recommended because its less busy and especially in the summer, less hot. For me it's one of the nicest spots in Rome.
Due to the age of the site, a lot of it is in ruins. I would recommend a tour so you can get a full experience. We used City of Wonders and were pleasantly satisfied. There is so much to see. If you go during the summer be prepared for the heat as there is not much shade and a lot of walking. The history is awesome!
Amazing place to see. There's some awesome historical structures as there are informative texts about some of them. You really get to touch yourself to ancient Rome. There's really nice and scenic trails. There's also tap water and bathrooms along the way. It's definitely worth the money. You can buy ticket in front of the entrance for 12 euro that includes visit of the Colosseum - waiting on the smaller line.