Rome tourists can pass through "3,000 years of history" between Roman Forum with Imperial Fora.
It is now possible to visit the Roman Forum, the Imperial Fora and the Palatine Hill with a single ticket costing €16, allowing visitors to pass through "3,000 years of history" in the area between Curia Iulia, Foro di Nerva and Foro di Cesare.
The Forum Pass was introduced in the summer of 2019 after the city connected the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill with the Imperial Fora and Trajan's Column, on opposite sides of Via dei Fori Imperiali.
Tickets for the new route, which takes about two hours to walk around, can be purchased online as well as at five ticket offices: Largo della Salara Vecchia; Via Sacra near the Arch of Titus; Via di S. Gregorio; Via del Tulliano, opposite the Mamertine Prison; and Piazza della Madonna di Loreto at the base of Trajan's Column.
There is a reduced €2 rate for EU citizens aged between 18 and 25, and under 18s go free. The ticket is valid for one day.
Open daily from 08.30, with closing times varying between 16.30 and 19.15 depending on the season. Last entry one hour before closing. For full details see Sovrintendenza Roma website.
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