Visiting The Colosseum Next Summer: What's New

Visiting The Colosseum Next Summer: What's New

Inside the Colosseum (ph: Saïmonn on Flickr)

As announced by the SuperIntendenza Office, as over 6.5 million tourists visited the Colosseum in 2015, with as many as 30,000 on a single day, new routes and alternatives will be offered to make the tour more appealing.

First of all, there will be the opening of a restaurant on a terrace overlooking the Palatine Museum, as well as a cafe. Moreover, there will be double the number of metal detectors, and a number of new entrances and tour routes have been planned.
The Antiquarium will be reopening after a 40-year closure, and the Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum will finally be connected again as they were in the time of the emperors. Also, it is now looking into diversified prices and routes inside the world heritage archaeological area, including with membership card 


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