Roman Forum and Palatine (Rome, Italy) Reviews
Description:One of the most inportant archeological areas in the world, its building began in the 5th century B.C. Place of ... more
Roman Forum and Palatine (Rome, Italy) ... meetings of the ancient Romans, it played an important role both in religious, political and economic life. L.go Romeolo e Remo / Tel: 06 / 6990110 / Visiting hours: 9a.m. / 4.30p.m. / sun 9a.m. / 1p.m. / One of the most inportant archeological areas in the world, its building began in the 5th century B.C. Place of meetings of the ancient Romans, it played an important role both in religious, political and economic life. L.go Romeolo e Remo / Tel: 06 / 6990110 / Visiting hours: 9a.m. / 4.30p.m. / sun 9a.m. / 1p.m.
Newest Review: ... really read much about it before. Stupidly, my boyfriend and I visited Palatine Hill, the Roman and Imperial Forums before going to the Colosseum. We didn't know that our ticket into the Colosseum also gained us entry to these areas as well so really, we ended up paying twice. However, as we went just before our Colosseum tour, we didn't see everything the first time around. Our tour guide ... more
Customer Roman Forum and Palatine (Rome, Italy) Reviews (2)
by - written on 05/07/12 (Very useful, 48 readings)
The Roman Forum (Forum Romanum in Latin) is located just across from the Colosseum. Due to its location, this is a very easy place to get to in Rome and something that should definitely be seen if you are in the area. The Colosseo and Circus Massimo metro stops are very close to the Roman Forum which are both a 5 minute trip from Termini Station. The Roman Forum runs in a valley between Palatine Hill and Capitoline Hill which made it the center of public, religious and political life in ancient Rome. The Forum was once surrounded by home of the most important people in Rome and also some great government buildings. In later years, the Forum was used as a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/08 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I went to Rome last summer and spent two of the best days of my life in the eternal city. It was during the high season in the middle of July and Rome was hot and crowded. Luckily I have an Italian as a partner and thus avoided many tourist traps, such as overpriced food and drinks, long lines and expensive parking. Contrary to what many think Rome can be done on a budget, we stayed with friends but costs in the city were kept at a minimum. First off we parked in a park called Villa Borghese which is about a kilometer from the center. There is parking in the center but during the day it is hard to get good parking on the streets and underground ... Read the complete review
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