Restricted Areas Belvedere Top Levels Colosseum Tour
Climb to the Top of the Colosseum
You've ever wondered how people take that perfect photo looking down into the Roman Colosseum, we've got the answer. Our Special Access Top Levels Colosseum Tour is for people who embrace heights. Plus, it includes a guided Roman Forum tour.
1 The Colosseum Exterior
The Colosseum Exterior
Begin your tour outside the Colosseum and take a few minutes to admire the incredible exterior of the the ancient stadium. Then, skip the line and enter the Colosseum.
2 Colosseum 3rd Tier
Colosseum 3rd Tier
With views this good, you'll wonder why these areas were restricted for the Roman plebeian class. Now, it's time for our guide to reveal some Colosseum secrets and legends.
3 Colosseum 4th Tier
Colosseum 4th Tier
After visiting the third level, ascend higher to the fourth. Access to upper levels is perfectly safe, but we do recommend comfortable shoes to take the hike.
4 Colosseum 5th Tier
Colosseum 5th Tier
Take the final climb to the fifth tier. This is the highest point in the Colosseum and the climb is worth it for the views out over the Eternal City.
5 The Nosebleed Section
The Nosebleed Section
We like to call this section, the "nosebleed" section. Just like in a modern stadium, the less you spend the farther away you are from the action.
6 Roman Forum
Walk the streets of the political, economical and religious center of Ancient Rome on a guided tour of the Roman Forum.
7 Arch of Titus
Arch of Titus
A building where many of the world's most important decisions at the time were made - imagine if these walls could speak.
8 Temple of Antoninus and Faustina
Temple of Antoninus and Faustina
The ancient temple was saved from destruction, because the later church San Lorenzo in Miranda was built into it: This why this building constitutes one of the best-preserved ancient temples of Rome.
9 Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine
Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine
Towering above all other buildings in the area, it is impossible to miss the ruins of this incredible cathedral.