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  • £161

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    Romance al Colosseo
    9.9 Exceptional 86 reviews
    Description Right in the centre of Rome, Romance al Colosseo is an apartment located a 2-minute walk form the Coliseum. It has an elegant contemporary décor, as well as free WiFi and a great location.
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    "Loved everything! Best apartment to stay in whist in Rome. Owners were fabulous and looked after us with loads of extras and information! They really cared about our stay. Thank you! We would definitely..."

    Julie. Australia
  • £83

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    Zefiro Home
    9.7 Exceptional 673 reviews

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    Description Set a 5-minute walk from the Colosseum and its metro stop, Zefiro Home offers elegant accommodation with free WiFi. A continental breakfast is served daily.
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    "Wonderulf B&B with the most amazing and helpful owner and staff ever! Due to flight delays we arrived very late after reception time, but the owner waited for us in front of the property and gave us..."

    Wiebke. Norway
  • £151

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    Boschetto 124 Apartment
    9.9 Exceptional 84 reviews
    Description Boschetto 124 Apartment offers accommodation in Rome. The apartment is 500 metres from Roman Forum. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
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    "The apartment was 100% perfect for my family whilst on holiday in Rome. It could not have been better. Great position with 4 minute walk from Colosseum and great restaurants in Del Boschetto road itself...."

    Michael. South Africa
  • £65

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    Guest House Cavour 278
    9.7 Exceptional 264 reviews
    Description Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Guest House Cavour 278 offers pet-friendly accommodation in Rome, less than a 10-minute walk from the Coliseum and the Roman Forum.
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    "The owner Maria is extra super friendly and kind. Strongly recommended."

    Se7. China
  • £81

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    Colosseum Palace Star
    9.7 Exceptional 206 reviews

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    Description Situated 200 metres from Coliseum, Colosseum Palace Star features accommodation with free WiFi in Rome. The property is set 400 metres from Domus Aurea. The property is 600 metres from Roman Forum.
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    "Fredrica and Sabina were absolutely incredible hostess! We travelled from Australia and they made our first two nights in Italy better than we ever could have hoped. Fredrica went above and beyond to make..."

    Caillin. Australia
  • £55

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    B&B Domus Aurea

    B&B Domus Aurea

    Rione Monti, Rome (0.3 miles from Coliseum)

    9.9 Exceptional 86 reviews
    Description Set within a few steps of Domus Aurea in Rome, B&B Domus Aurea offers accommodation with free WiFi. All units feature air conditioning and a flat-screen TV.
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    "Perfect location, close to historical sights as well as nice restaurants. Metro within walking distance (10min) Personal and lovely atmosphere and we were greeted with a warm and friendly welcome by the..."

    Ola. Sweden

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Coliseum highlights

Colosseum
The gore! The glory! This iconic arena specialised in sticky ends. Built in the 1st century, it could hold up to 80,000 spectators, who would come along to witness gladiatorial combat and bloody re-enactments of naval battles. As you look up at the stands, it doesn’t take a huge leap of the imagination to hear the deafening roar of the crowds, or to picture the spectacular savagery on show.
Arch of Constantine
It seems that no victorious battle is complete without an arch to mark the occasion. This particular one commemorates Constantine I’s triumph at the Battle of Milvian Bridge in 312, and it’s quite the beauty. Yet dig a little beneath the surface and you’ll see that this magnificent construction is a fascinating mish-mash of styles and pieces – take a guided tour to hear the details.