Once the socio-political center of Rome, Roman Forum has truly remarkable architecture that makes it one of the must-visit attractions on your sightseeing path around the capital. As you march down the cobbled pathways, you can explore the remnants of its grandiose temples, homes and bustling markets.
The best time to visit during the day is during the afternoon and later the better. Many of the tours leave by evening, that’s when you can make your move.
The Roman Forum is open year-round from 8:30 am to an hour before sunset.
If you're going to start at Palatine Hill (recommended) then head for that entrance (the queues are much shorter here. To find the entrance head down the Via di San Gregorio. The road runs from the Colosseum and the entrance is only 5 minutes walk from there.
The ticket to the Roman Forum is priced at €12 for an adult and €7.50 for kids. The ticket grants access to three sites – the Roman Forum, Colosseum and Palatine Hill.
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