After more than two months, the Colosseum , the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill will reopen the gates next Monday 1 February and will be open to the public every day, from Monday to Friday, from 10.30 to 16.30 (last admission at 15.30) .
During this first sentence, only the ordinary ticket valid for 24 hours will be available which allows the visit of the Colosseum (excluding the arena floor) at the time chosen during the booking phase and of the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill within the following 24 hours. As it is closed on weekends, tickets with admission on Friday will also be valid for the following Monday.
The visit to the Colosseum will follow a one-way street that goes from the first order, overlooking the underground and without passing the arena, to the second order, where you cross the exhibition space of the exhibition “ The Colosseum is told ” and you arrive at the Valadier terrace overlooking the Colosseum square.
Access to the Roman Forum, on the other hand, will always be at free time with the entire walkable area, from the arch of Septimius Severus to the Horti Farnesiani, to the Domus Flavia with the suggestive view of the Palatine stadium, and a single entrance from the Via Sacra / Arco di Tito . The exit, on the other hand, will also be allowed on via del Foro Romano or on Largo della Salara Vecchia.
For the moment, due to the containment measures related to the health emergency, the following will not yet be accessible: the Domus Aurea, Santa Maria Antiqua, the Rampa Domizianea, the Palatine Museum, the Casa di Augusto and Casa di Livia, the Neronian Cryptoporticus and the Aula Isiaca.
To celebrate the event, the Archaeological Park of the Colosseum offers visitors who will be present on the reopening day, and live streaming on the Facebook page, a concert by the students of the S. Cecilia Conservatory to be held on the arena floor. of the Colosseum at 12.30.