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Opening Hours and entrance fees of the main sites of Rome:

Borghese Gallery

The Borghese Gallery

€ 11,00 adults (+ € 2,00 service fee)

reduced € 5,50 (+ € 2,00 service fee) for european students between 18 and 25 years old, european full time teachers.

€ 0,00 (+ € 2,00 service fee) european citizens under 18 and over 65 years old.

€ 5,00 optional audio guide

€ 5,00/person optional group guide

Tickets can be bought online here: 

Borghese Gallery

Reservation is mandatory and entry is admitted every 2 hours, at 09:00AM, 11:00AM, 01:00PM, 03:00PM and 05:00PM.

Opened from 08:30AM to 07:30PM from Tuesday to Sunday.

Closed Mondays, December 25th, January 1st

Where is it?


It's inside the Gardens of the Villa Borghese. The main access is located towards the Via di Porta Pinciana. This road is served by a small electric bus (N° 116, direction Pinciana) which passes the Via del Tritone (Fontana di Trevi). Else the underground line "A", either station Barberini and then bus 116 or walking or, station Spagna and getting to the Via Veneto inside the station without getting to the exit. Just follow indications to "Villa Borghese" inside the station. At the end you are able to take bus 116 once again or you have a 10 minutes walk.  









The Colosseum

Piazza del Colosseo 1

Ticket is used for Colosseum, Palatin Hill and Roman Forum

€ 12,00 adults

€  7,50 reduced for european students between 18 and 25 years old

€ 0,00 under 18 and over 65 years old european citizens.

Tickets can be bought in advance online, paying an extra fee of € 4,00/person avoiding like this the waiting time in a long line. For example here: Coopculture 

Opened every day from 08:30AM, except for January 1st, May 1st, December 25th.

Closes at:

04:30PM from 2nd to 15th of February

05:00PM from 16th of February to 15th of March

05:30PM from 16th to last saturday of March

07:15PM from last sunday of March to 31st of August

07:00PM form 1st to 30th of September

06:30PM from 1st of October to last saturday of October

04:30PM from last sunday of October to 31st of December

June 2nd from 01:30PM to 07:15

A visit to the last upper floor and the basement of the Colosseum without guide, but with a supervisor, can be reserved only by phone 0039 06 39967700 for two deadlines: 10:40AM and 01:40PM.

Where is it?


There is an underground station right in front of the Colosseum, line "B" Colosseo. As long as you have access to one of the underground lines. Else, there are several tramways and buses passing by.










PantheonInt The PantheonPantheon

The history of the Pantheon begins as a Mausoleum, then it became the temple for the sungod and finally it's a church where some italian kings and the artist Raffaello are buried.

Opened every day from 09:00AM to 07:30PM, sundays until 06:00PM. Holidays 09:00AM to 01:00PM.

Closed January 1st, May 1st, December 25th

Entrance free, € 0,00

Where is it?


It's located in the very heart of the historical city center. you can take a bus (N° 64) from Termini and get out at a stop called "Largo Argentina" and have a 5 minutes walk or once again bus N° 116.

This is the website:

Pantheon Roma












Vatican Museum

The Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel

€ 16,00 adults

€  8,00 reduced up to 18 years old, students up to 26 years old with valid college/university-ID

Pre-selling fee € 4,00/person

€ 7,00 for an optional audio-guide

€ 4,00/person scholar ticket for groups on request with list on a headed letter of the establishment.

€ 0,00 under years old, every last sunday of the month.

Tickets can be bought online directly on the site of the Vatican Museum, as linked above.

Opened from Monday to saturday from 09:00AM to 06:00PM, cashier closes at 04:00PM.

On 18th, 19th, 25th, 26th, of April and May 3rd cashier closes at 04:30PM

Last sunday of the month free entry from 09:00 to 02:00PM (entrance closes at 12:30PM)

Closed sundays (except last sunday of the month), January 1st and 6th, February 11th, March 19th, April 20th, 21st and 27th, May 1st, June 29th, August 14th and 15th, November 1st, December 25th and 26th.

Where is it?

MVmapThere are two underground stations serving the Vatican Museum, both line "A", either Ottaviano or Cipro, they are both at the same distance. Usually you will use Cipro, as in the cars of the underground the indication of the single stops include "Musei Vaticani" under the name Cipro. From there just follow indications on the street panels.











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