This mighty structure is one of the most renowned and iconic landmarks in the world and a trip to Rome would not be complete without visiting the Colosseum.
Also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, the Colosseum was constructed between 70-80 AD and at its peak was estimated to hold 80,000 spectators.
This building was used to hold game, gladiator tournaments and other forms of entertainment and would regularly be attended by the Roman Emperors.
Located to the south west of the main terminus train station, the Colosseum is easily accessible and has a metro station in close proximity.
Marvel at this famous structure from all angles, and ensure that you brave the queues and step inside to truly appreciate the enormity of this ancient place of celebration.