How much do tickets to the Roman Forum cost?

The Roman Forum is the oldest and the most important square in Rome. Also referred to as Forum Romanum is a must-see in Rome, though it must be said that it’s not free. You’ll need a ticket. How much will such a ticket to the Roman Forum cost?


How much do tickets to the Roman Forum cost?


An ordinary ticket for the Roman Forum costs €18. It includes entry to the Roman Forum, a one-time visit to the Colosseum and the Palatine. The ticket is valid for 24 hours. Due to high demand, we’d advise you to book your tickets well in advance. There are also seasonal exhibitions which are included in the price.

Discounted tickets are available for children and young people: for a ticket with the same rules as the ones described above, you have to pay only €2. Roma Pass owners can get in for free, though they still have to pay €2 for the reservation.


How much does a guided tour of the Roman Forum cost?


Prices for guided tours of the Roman Forum, Colosseum and Palatine start at around €33. The price depends on a number of factors, such as the size of the group, the language spoken and the reputation of the company responsible for organising the tour.


Where to buy tickets for the Roman Forum?


All tickets can be purchased on site, though we strongly advise against this solution. The queues to the ticket office can be frustratingly long and it’s literally just unnecessary stress. Instead, we recommend buying the tickets online. You can find the offer we referenced in today’s post here. You can also do a scan of the available offers yourself to see whether you can maybe find a better deal and save a few euros. 


What are the visiting hours of the Roman Forum?


The Roman Forum is open for visitors every day from 9 am to 7:15 pm Please note that the last entrance is an hour before the site closes.


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