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Colosseum and Trevi Fountain Tickets & Tours

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The Colosseum is Rome’s most popular attraction, and the Trevi Fountain is the most famous worldwide. 

No wonder tourists holidaying in Rome are keen to explore these attractions.

The fact that the two Roman city’s highlights are only 1.6 km (1 mile) apart helps the tourists plan them for the same day. 

This article covers everything you must know before booking your tour of the Colosseum and Fontana di Trevi.

Roman Colosseum

Colosseum is also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre because the Flavian emperors built it sometime between 70 and 72 CE.

It measured 190 by 155 meters (620 by 513 feet) and was the largest arena in the Roman world.

The Colosseum was built to entertain Rome’s people and increase the emperor’s popularity.

More than 50,000 spectators can sit in the galleries and watch gladiator battles, which sometimes involve dangerous wild animals.

As Christianity became more popular, barbaric games were forbidden.

Today, tourists visit the attraction to learn about the gory times. 

Since more than seven million tourists visit this Roman attraction annually, booking Colosseum tickets in advance makes sense.

Many tickets are available, so please read about them before planning your visit. 

If you have already bought your tickets, look for the line for ‘visitors with reservations’ at the Colosseum entrance.

 Visiting the Colosseum after dark is also possible, so you must book a night tour or sunset tour


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Trevi Fountain

Trevi Fountain, which the locals call Fontana di Trevi, is a baroque fountain on the Piazza di Trevi square.

Bernini initially designed it, but it was only built 50 years later after Nicola Salvi’s less expensive redesign.

Legendary movies such as La Dolce Vita, Roman Holiday, Angels and Demons, and The Lizzie McGuire Movie have immortalized the fountain and made it famous. 

Tourists visit the almost 30-meter (99-foot) high fountain both during the day and in the evening when it is illuminated.


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Tour of Colosseum & Trevi Fountain in one day

This 7-hour tour gives you skip-the-line access to the Roman highlights, including the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, and the St Peter Church.

The ticket price includes comfortable, climate-controlled transportation between the Vatican and the city center.

It also includes a guided walking tour to Piazza Navona, Pantheon, and Trevi Fountain.

You’ll stop for a lunch break near the fountain (about 45 minutes) and then proceed to the Colosseum for a fast-track tour accompanied by a Professional English-speaking guide. The guided tour lasts about 75 minutes.

The day tour ends with a visit to the Roman Forum.

Cost of tickets

Adult (18+ years): €189
Youth (7 to 17 years): €138
Child (up to 6 years): €79

Note: You must book the Colosseum Underground tour to learn how the gladiators and the wild animals were moved about under the Arena floor during the ‘performances.’ Only a guided tour of the Colosseum lets you access the underground chambers.


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Two-day tour of the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Vatican & Sistine Chapel

This tour helps you and your group visit the top sights of Rome without following a map or guidebook. 

On the first day, you will stroll through the historic city center and visit landmarks like the Colosseum and Trevi Fountain. 

On the second day, you will follow your guide across the Tiber River to visit Vatican City, including the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica.

While visiting the Vatican, all guests must follow a dress code – no shorts or sleeveless tops allowed. 

Both men and women must cover their knees and shoulders.

Cost of tickets

Adult (18+ years): €599 (You must book a minimum of 2 adult tickets)
Child (5 to 17 years): €119
Infant (up to 4 years): €5

Visual Story: 15 must-know tips before visiting the Colosseum


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Colosseum and Trevi Fountain’s location

Both Trevi Fountain and Colosseum are located in the historic center of Rome in central Italy.

Address of Colosseum: Piazza del Colosseo, 1, 00184 Roma RM, Italy. Get Directions.

Address of Trevi Fountain: Piazza di Trevi, 00187 Roma RM, Italy. Get Directions.

Most tourists visit the Colosseum and then take the beautiful Via dei Fori Imperiali to the Trevi Fountain.

The two attractions are 1.6 km (1 mile) apart, and tourists usually take 20 minutes to walk the distance. 

You can also take bus number 117 from Via Del Tritone and get off before the Colosseum. The bus journey usually takes 15 minutes. 

Tip: Some tourists book the Vatican and Colosseum combo tours and see both attractions in a day. If you follow our tips, you can also visit the Pantheon and the Colosseum in a day. The next best combo tour is visiting St. Peter’s Basilica and the Colosseum.

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Sistine Chapel St Peters Basilica Roman Forum
Capitoline Museum Castel Sant Angelo Borghese Gallery
Catacombs of Rome Pantheon Rome Mamertine Prison
Da Vinci Experience Gladiator School Aquafelix Waterpark
Catacombs of San Sebastiano Catacombs of Priscilla Callixtus Catacombs
Museum of Illusions Palace of Castel Gandolfo Zoomarine Rome
Trevi Fountain Capuchin Crypt Villa d’Este in Tivoli
Domus Aurea Olympic Stadium Palazzo Colonna
Villa Adriana Bioparco di Roma Doria Pamphilj Gallery
Basilica of San Giovanni National Etruscan Museum Stadium of Domitian
Da Vinci Exhibition La Traviata Opera Palazzo Cipolla

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