Roman Forum, Rome, Italy

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Roman Forum

Between the Capitol and the Colosseum

Rome, Lazio 00100 Italy

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  • 4 mentions in What to see for a day in Rome?

    • Anna G.

      Anna G. said, "...Well there are a couple of things you can squeeze in 24 hrs: Colosseum and Roman Forum (passing by on both cases and not entering inside). Fontana di Trevi, Piazza di Spagna maybe Pantheon. For restaurants, going out etc I recommend Piazza..." See More

    • Regan W.

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      Regan W. said, "...a tough one. There is so much to see that three days isn't even enough. I think I would focus on Roman Forum and the Colosseum and then do the Trastevere neighborhood for dinner and drinks...." See More

    • Nars K.

      Nars K. said, "...Colosseum - 1 hr Roman Forum- 1 hr Pantheon - 1 hr Piazza Navona or Trevi Fountain - 1 hr St. Peter's Basilica - 1 hr St. Peter's Basilica - 1 hr More ideas here: http://www.ruebarue.com/rome/ Have a great trip...." See More

    • Krista G.

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      Krista G. said, "...some of the touristy sights (they are truly amazing). Beginning at Circo Massimo, you can see part of the Palatino and Roman Forum. From there, you can walk to the Colosseo. Just near by, you'll find Capitoline Hill and Piazza Venezia...." See More

  • 3 mentions in Off the beaten path in Rome

    • Travis H.

      Travis H. said, "...I will just suggest some near the main sites. Assuming you are going to make your way to the Colosseum and Roman Forum (which are amazing and a must-see), you could easily add in the nearby St. Clement Basilica (Basilico San Clemente),..." See More

    • Staci N.

      Staci N. said, "...in Rome when I visited last July and it was action packed. I mainly focused on the main tourist destinations: Colosseum, Roman Forum, Trevi Fountain, Vatican City, Vatican Museums. I wouldn't be devastated if I didn't see the Spanish Steps again..." See More

    • Jaleh N.

      Jaleh N. said, "...My first recommendation to people is to always grab your Colosseum ticket at the Roman Forum Your ticket gets you into both locations, and the lines are much shorter at the Forum. After walking through this location, you can cross the street..." See More

  • 3 mentions in Itinerary for one week in Rome

    • Valerie S.

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      Valerie S. said, "...That said...Day 1 - The Big StuffOn one of your days, be sure to do the big three: the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and the Pantheon. They're within walking distance of one another, and can easily be done in a day,..." See More

    • Lee W.

      Lee W. said, "...a hotel that is easy walking to at least one place you want to explore in depth: the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, Piazza Navona, the Jewish Ghetto, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, whatever you love. Map out several walking trips from..." See More

    • Gary W.

      Gary W. said, "...pass to bypass the enormous lines (http://www.romeandvaticanpass.com/) for the Vatican City and top places, including the fascinating ancient Rome ruins / Roman Forum, Colosseum, Palatine Hill (be sure to go up there if you like history), which are just behind the..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Major attractions worth seeing

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...me, but yes, the The Colosseum is absolutely worth the crowds especially if you've learned anything about it before hand. The Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill next door were two of the Rome highlights for me. They are so spread out..." See More

    • David J.

      David J. said, "...If you're there in the Fall the tourists won't be too bad. I love the Roman Forum and the Musei Capitolini in particular.There's also the Museo Nazionale Romano a little out of the centre (short train or bus hop) that houses the..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best tourist spots in Rome, Italy

    • Scott M.

      Scott M. said, "...Colosseum (I don't care how many time you see a picture of it, the visit is incredible), Arch of Constantine, and Roman Forum. These are all very close to each other. Some people enjoy a visit to the Spanish Steps, but..." See More

    • Stephen S.

      Stephen S. said, "...favorite sights in the city are Trevi Fountain,The Colosseum, and the Sistine Chapel. Of course the Colosseum is close to the Roman Forum, and Old Market place. You need to check this out as well. I wrote a guide to Rome..." See More

  • 2 mentions in 3 days in Rome - what to do?

    • Ashley and Ryan R.

      Ashley and Ryan R. said, "...The Colosseum and Roman Forum are definitely must sees! I also think the Pantheon is a must see. I didn't enjoy the Vatican Museums as much as I thought I would but if you do want to go there to save hoards..." See More

    • Richard v.

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      Richard v. said, "...Back at the Pantheon, from there you can walk very easily to Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Colosseum , the Roman Forum and end up at the Palatine Hill . I used to be a tour guide there. For three days..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What are the top 5 things I can't miss in Rome?

    • Alex J.

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      Alex J. said, "...of city hall, at the end of the alley you will be greeted by one of the best views of the Roman Forum. Retrace your steps and return to street level on the left of the City Hall building. Walk down..." See More

    • Marleen S.

      Marleen S. said, "...skip the line. We used it immediately to skip the long line at the Colosseum and then we headed to the Roman Forum, and up to the Trevi Fountain. We ate dinner near there in a back alley spot that was..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What's Rome like?

    • Staci N.

      Staci N. said, "...them money. And don't take pictures with the Gladiators. They'll charge you! Couple your Colosseum tour with a tour of the Roman Forum. Talk about a history overload of goodness! Go to the Vatican Museums. All the art is unbelievable. You..." See More

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...a little and relax and just soak up the history and imagine who's walked there before you. When I went the Roman Forum was very quiet. We walked around this and other nearby areas without crowds at all. It's old, beautiful, and..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Best itinerary for 5 days covering Paris and Rome

    • Ashley and Ryan R.

      Ashley and Ryan R. said, "...you could do the Vatican City (Vatican Museums and St. Peter's Basilica) and area for one day and then the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Pantheon, Rome, Italy, etc. the next day...." See More

    • Polly B.

      Polly B. said, "...Peter's, the Sistine Chapel, museums), have dinner near the Pantheon and stroll around Piazza Navona. Day Two visit the Colosseum and Roman Forum, in the evening walk to the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps. Day Three catch a morning flight (if..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Tips preparing for a backpacking trip through Italy?

    • Kristal S.

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      Kristal S. said, "...Naples, Capri, Pompei and Mount Vesuvius. From there we went to Rome - saw the touristy stuff like Colosseo, Vatican City, Roman Forum and then made sure to make time to visit areas like Roma Trastevere for some great food and more..." See More

    • Roni K.

      Roni K. said, "...- that will be sufficient to see the city, main points of interest, etc. - Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Colosseum, Roman Forum, Vatican City, St. Peter's Basilica, and to explore other neighborhoods, such as Trastevere. After, I would choose a..." See More

  • 1 mention in Traveling in May - Good eats and sites to see in Italy and Greece?

    • Scott M.

      Scott M. said, "...Rome goes, I hate to be boring, but you really do have to see the well known sites, Colosseo, Vatican CityPantheon, Roman Forum, Palatine Museum - Roman Forum. Some people like places like the Trevi Fountain, and Spanish Steps and some..." See More

  • 1 mention in Staying in Trastevere, Rome for one night. What two places should I visit?

    • Richard v.

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      Richard v. said, "...less 1,18 miles and will take you about 25 minutes if you keep your eyes closed and look at nothing. The Roman Forum is enough for an afternoon if you include the Colosseum. If you still have time, you can grab a..." See More

  • 1 mention in Top free things to do in Rome?

    • Krista G.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Krista G. said, "...further.Piazza Venezia: Historic, and right near Capitoline Hill - a must see!Monte Mario: See Rome from it's tallest peak. :)Circus Maximus Roman Forum+ Palatine Hill: Not free, but combined entry for these two must-see attractions is less than 12 euros.Chiostro del..." See More

  • 1 mention in Month long Eurotrip Baltic and beyond- where should we visit?

    • Anna G.

      Anna G. said, "...walk around the canals, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam and Van Gogh Museum. In Rome there is sooo much to see! Surely Colosseum, the Roman Forum, Piazza di Spagna, Vatican City. Restaurant recommendations: Sabatini in Vicolo Santa Maria in Trastevere, Giggetto, Ponte e Parione,..." See More

  • 1 mention in Honeymoon in last week of January in Italy

    • Jaleh N.

      Jaleh N. said, "...higher than most of my friends from Southern California. If you do decide on Rome some must-see things include Piazza Navona, Roman Forum, and Pantheon. If you like art, there are a number of churches that you should visit, including the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must sees between Florence and Rome?

    • Jaleh N.

      Jaleh N. said, "...are actually very efficient and will get you to most major cities. In Rome, Italy, my favorite spots are Piazza Navona, Roman Forum, and Basilica Papale San Paolo fuori le Mura. The city is fairly accessibly by metro, and if that..." See More

  • 1 mention in Planning a one week trip to Italy with 10 yr olds.

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...the time. In Rome, we saw all the big tourist attractions, but my girls loved their visit to the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill the most. The area is beautiful, interesting, has an immense amount of history, but my..." See More

  • 1 mention in First time in Italy. Advice please.

    • Scott M.

      Scott M. said, "...try to incorporate something to do with the Bernini influence, most notably in Piazza Navona. Do all the touristy stuff with Roman Forum, Colosseum, Trevi Fountain and. Vatican City, Basilica di San Pietro in Vaticano and the Vatican Museums. Finally, I..." See More

  • 1 mention in How long does one need to see Rome for the first time?

    • Daniel L.

      Daniel L. said, "...restaurant from which we could see the Colosseum - just amazing! Day 2: We did a tour of the Colosseum and Roman Forum which was great for skipping the lines and getting a good helping of history to go with it. We..." See More

  • 1 mention in 14 days in Paris OR 7 days - Paris and 7 days - Rome

    • Emily N.

      Emily N. said, "...LOVE the trees. Seriously. Then there's the Spanish Steps which are fabulous for munching on a snack and people watching. The Roman Forum and the Colosseum are really incredible - especially if you like history. (Do the audio tour or some kind..." See More

  • 1 mention in Italy Trip Advice?

    • Veronica O.

      Veronica O. said, "...wonderful view over the city and the nearby islands. Take walks in the evening when the town is more quiet. Rome:The Roman Forum and Colosseo is a must see as well, especially if you like history. Go to the Forum and buy..." See More

  • 1 mention in Things to do in Rome?

    • Jose S A.

      Jose S A. said, "...We actually enjoyed just walking around and running into things...but we had our musts:1. St. Peter's Basilica2. Vatican Museums3. Colosseum / Roman Forum 4. Borghese Gallery and Museum5. Spanish Steps/ Piazza del Popolo / Basilica Parrocchiale Santa Maria del Popolo (Caravaggio's)6. Trevi..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must See

    • Katia M.

      Katia M. said, "...the Pantheon (you have to go inside it's amazing), the Trevi Fountain (don't forget to flip a coin in backwards), the Roman Forum is pretty cool to walk around, and Ponte Sant'Angelo. Don't worry all these places are in close proximity of..." See More

  • 1 mention in Is a tour guide needed in Rome?

    • Helen L.

      Helen L. said, "...walk quite a bit and pack suitable footwear. A lot of the most popular sights, such as the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, will offer audio guides in various languages, and for these I would advise booking tickets online, in advance,..." See More

  • 1 mention in I need help planning a 10 days trip to Europe in September

    • Rachael O.

      Rachael O. said, "...Rome and thought is was pretty cool. It's a massive city, however, and may require 3 days to get around. The Roman Forum and Colosseo are large enough to occupy a single day. And no trip to Rome is complete without going..." See More

  • 1 mention in Rome for a week- any great restaurants and off the beaten path places?

    • Kelly M.

      Kelly M. said, "...I still use regularly even after having lived here for over a decade. As far as seeing big sights like the Roman Forum /Colosseum, you might plan to spend half the day there and then leave the other half open. If you..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to do in Rome if you aren't into museums and tourist traps?

    • Amy C.

      Amy C. said, "...how the riches of the Catholic church shaped Western civilization in so many ways, good and bad. You can see the Roman Forum from outside, you don't have to go in. Have a gelato at every shop, an espresso or two, and..." See More

  • 1 mention in 4-star hotel in Rome for $175/night

    • DMae B.

      DMae B. said, "...is a wonderful neighborhood and there are busses and the Metro available nearby. It is close to the Colosseo and the Roman Forum. There are lots of interesting shops and restaurants, cafes, and bars in that area. They are all centrally..." See More

  • 1 mention in Relaxation in Rome. What are the hidden gems in the city?

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...and there are plenty of places to grab a coffee or lunch and relax in the beautiful space. I loved the Roman Forum as well. It is a large open area and there are places to sit. With the history there, it..." See More

  • 1 mention in What tourist traps around the world are worth the visit?

    • Jaleh N.

      Jaleh N. said, "...list that I always recommend to people despite my desire to avoid tourist traps whenever possible. In Rome, I loved the Roman Forum and Piazza Navona. They're both beautiful locations and have some phenomenal history to look through- I do always clarify..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the best main attractions in Rome?

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...One of my favorite places in Rome and one I don't yet see listed here is the Roman Forum. It's near the Colosseo, so you can easily visit both in a day. Just an incredible space. Great for photographers and historians...." See More

  • 1 mention in How to book tickets to see the colosseum underground?

    • Kristin H.

      Kristin H. said, "...of summer. After performing a circuit of the Palatine Hill you will get a great birds eye view down onto the Roman Forum as you descend into it, getting a good initial orientation in the process. The ticket gate for the Palatine..." See More

  • 1 mention in Need suggestions on a European Itinerary

    • Anna G.

      Anna G. said, "...a great plan! Well for Rome since you're going to have 2 days, you can skip going inside the Colosseum and Roman Forum and just pass by. For the Vatican Museums I suggest you book tickets online so as to skip the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Is it easy to get around on your own?

    • Alex J.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Alex J. said, "...the 'wedding cake'). If you are feeling energetic, a climb up the monument will be rewarded with stunning views of the Roman Forum and Colosseum -- best at sunset). To the left of the monument, walk up the stairs of the Capitoline..." See More

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