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This is great to wander around but you need a good guide book or a tour to get the most from the different piles of stones! The exit is not in the same place as the entrance so look out and follow the signs.
Always a marvel (my third time), the Romans, amazingly, are digging a third Metro line (C) under part of the Forum, so lots of construction fencing and, as you might imagine, lots of archeological digging exposing even more of the Forum's mysteries, they are uncovering a beautiful mosaic floor, fascinating...
Definitely, bring water and an umbrella. If you need to use the restroom do so before entering. They are quite a distance to walk in order to find one and utilize it. Otherwise, amazing. They do have vending machines at the top behind the palace. Wear comfortable shoes and prepare for stairs(ALOT) of stairs.
Long walk, i rented the audio guide and I regret not have a tour guide inside. Is difficult to follow the instructions pf.places to do next with the audio guide. Amazing place. 2 hours. In summer, super hot.
Listen to the Rick Steve's description, and don't worry about paying for a guided tour. Get your ticket at the Palatine Hill entrance with almost zero waiting. This ticket gets you into the Forum and the Colosseum. Walk past the Colosseum and the big arch, up the street about 1/3 of a mile. Boom! Ignore all the hawkers/liars. The Forum is fabulous. Count on 2-4 hours, depending on your ancient history tolerance, and TAKE WATER WITH YOU!!
We booked at tour with "Walks of Italy" and it was fabulous. We are not a 'touring' type of family, and prefer to do our sightseeing on our own, however, this Colleseum (Forum/Palatine Hill) tour was great!
9.3 Awesome 496 reviews
The view from the balcony is beautiul. The room is very spacious and nicely decorated. Location is within walking distance from several of the monuments, Trevi fountain, Pantheon, Colosseum/Roman Forum, Spanish steps. The reception staff was very friendly and helpful, and provided an excellent restaurant suggestion for lunch upon arrival. Staff tried to solve the issues with the room, were unable to give any price reduction, but instead provided a complimentary bottle of prosecco which was a nice gesture.
9.5 Exceptional 216 reviews
Location, location location!!! Pierfrancesco & Gianluca go beyond to help! Mapping out sites, setting up taxis and shuttles to the airport and advising on great restaurants. Breakfast is great, (they make an excellent cappuccino!) The apartments are eclectic and comfortable, Remember people this building is directly next to a 2000 year old Roman forum!!! I woke up to the sun shining on these amazing columns. The room we were in was exactly as depicted in the countless pictures in the reviews.
9.1 Awesome 103 reviews
My parents and I stayed at 1A Grace House for a long vacation, for ten days. We really enjoyed the location, which could not be any closer to the metro station Cavour. It felt like we were staying right in the heart of Rome, just 10 minutes from the Colosseo and Roman Forum and other sites. There was a fantastic street of local restaurants, and we also enjoyed having the option of the supermarket right next to us.
9.3 Awesome 201 reviews
We got the room on the second floor. It was big, open and clean. The AC worked really well. The host, David, was helpful. It was about a 30-40 minutes walk to the Colosseum and the Roman Forums. There were plenty of restaurants and shops nearby. The room was really spacious and nice. On our check out day, we asked if we could leave some of our stuff behind as we go out to explore, and they accommodated.
8.9 Excellent 382 reviews
The room had an authentic Italian feel with a beautiful stone floor and wooden beam ceiling, but was clean and had new fixtures. I am very particular about bathrooms and these were clean and big. Located 1 min from Roman forum and close to colosseum. Nice area, felt very safe and lots of nearby restaurants. Only stayed one night but could have stayed in this spot for a week and never get bored.
9.6 Exceptional 34 reviews
Room was clean, good size and close to roman forum and colosseum. Renato the host was very friendly and accommodating for key collection as we were later than the time arranged. He left champagne and water in the fridge for us which was appreciated and before we arrived he helped us book a restaurant for my birthday. He also let us have a very late checkout.
9.4 Awesome 224 reviews
A thoroughly delightful hotel - crisply modern interiors inside an old building. Brilliantly located a few hundred steps to the Roman Forum. Sally at the breakfast room was very obliging. If you don't like pastries for breakfast, there's smoked salmon, ham, mozarella and cherry tomatoes (deliciously sweet) on offer!
8.5 Very Good 2,004 reviews
The room was comfortable and clean. There was a fully stocked mini-bar and a full bathroom with a bath. The location is good and easy walking distance for the Colloseum and Roman forum. The staff is friendly and very helpful. The rooftop bar/restaurant and breakfast area gives you an awesome view of Rome.
8.3 Very Good 2,167 reviews
The hotel was very nice. The room was clean and comfortable. It's a short walk from the colosseum, the Roman forum and a variety of shops.
8.6 Excellent 221 reviews
Great location, few minutes from Roman Forum and Colleaum, close to subway
Pre-book tickets to the Vatikan (guided tour to see the high lights recommended) and tickets to the Colosseum. These can also be bought at the entrance to Forum Romanum (shorter line).
Nothing beats the ruins of the Roman Forum where the ancient Romans once trod.
Capitoline museum has a roof top cafÃ© with fantastic views- also on another level there is a panoramic view of the roman forum - both worth the entry fee!
Vatican City and if you can use your imagination the the Roman Forum
Visit the Forum and walk down Fori Imperiali in the evening - amazing.
Buy the ticket for Colloseum at the enterence to Forum Romanum and Palatin, you will avoid giant line (3 attractions cost altogether 12 euro)! FAst track ticket for the VAtican Museum is also good idea (we did it), you can buy at the enterence to the St. Peter's Basilic. It is quite expensive, but it helps you to avoid huge line and to see both attractions during one day.