The Colosseum is the most popular roman landmark and is also known as Flavian Amphitheatre. This place was used for animal fights, and about 5000 people can sit in that stadium. There are also many movies that were dedicated to this landmark. The most popular fights were the gladiator’s fights those days. This project of the stadium was started by Emperor Vespasian in 72, and then his son Domitian continued in the year 80. It is about 48 meters high and 188 meters in length and 156 meters in width. The floor measures about 86 m by 54 m. The floor is covered by sand.
The queue is very long here. If you want to escape the queue you can take a tour. You can still escape the queue without tour by skipping the queue. There are several one days and three-day passes that you can avail in the entrance which will allow you to skip the queue. There are tickets available online which you can buy. There are tours available in several languages such as English, Spanish, or German. These tours are led by archeologists. The admission fee is €12; €7 EU for 18-25 years old. You don’t have to pay any fee if you are 18 years old or below. Several online sites will enable you to buy tickets with an additional €2 booking fee. The ticket allows you to avail Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill. It is valid for two days. Every month, the first Sunday it’s free to enter. During the late spring, summer, or early fall, the queue is very long. The admission fee is €12. This ticket is valid for two days, and it includes admission to the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill as well as the Colosseum.