Inside of the Colosseum in Rome Displayed by Acrylic Fridge Magnet
Colosseum - the biggest amphitheatre in Rome still has a charm that fascinates all its visitors. Founder of the Flavian Dynasty, Emperor Vespasian initiated the establishment of the Colosseum in 72 AD. This amphitheatre was eventually completed in 80 AD and was known as the Flavian Amphitheatre. It has a height of over 48 meters and over fifty five thousand spectators can be accommodated in it. The acrylic fridge magnet shown above is a fine-looking souvenir of this fascinating building.
When to Visit the Colosseum
Colosseum opens every day at 8:30 am but its closing times vary with the seasons and months. From January to February it closes at 4:30 pm, it closes at 5 pm from February to March, from March to August its visiting hours end at 7:15 pm, it closes at 7 pm in the entire month of September, and from October until December, its gates close at 4:30 pm. The best time to visit the Colosseum is probably early in the morning so you will not have to wait in long lines and tour it on a sunny day so you can spend sufficient time in there.
Forms of Transport that you can use to Visit the Colosseum
There are various modes of transport that you can take for going to the Colosseum. There are taxis roaming around on the roads, you can take one; or you can ask your hotel manager to book one for you. If you are visiting Rome with a tourist group, you should ask your tour guide to book a coach for you so you can tour Rome. You can also take trams and buses to go to the Colosseum; bus number 60, 75, 87, 117, 85, 810, 850 and 175 have a route that comprises of a stop at the Colosseum.