This is another must see if you're visiting Rome. I would recommend taking a guided tour or get a professional guided tour if at all possible. But either way you should go see it and enjoy the amazing history. You will not be disappointed.
About Palatine Hill
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The history behind this area is stunning. To do it justice I would recommend some pre-reading or a guide. When we went the heat was intense and the ground very dusty. I would have liked to have spent longer but we needed to nip from...More
It was great to be able to walk around the Palatine hill so freely. The buildings and remains here are great, and compared to the Colosseum there's much more freedom to walk and take your time.
The site is unbelievable The commercial, political and religious center of ancient Rome, which features the Arch of Septimus Severus, Temple of Saturn, Arch of Titus and the House of the Vestals.
Very interesting site to visit. Would highly recommend to anyone who is interested in history and ancient Rome
You can learn a lot about the Roman history if you visit this plce. We suggest to study a little before your visit, to enjoy full, what you get here.
When we visited there was much scaffolding and barred off areas. The ruins that were available to see were poorly signed and little explanation. If you know the history then it would be fine but if you don't it is just another nice walk through...More
You are literally stepping back in time, in the same foot path as Romans thousands of years ago. The little city is surreal; there is nothing like it- modern cars, streets and buildings are all around and you are standing still in time. Several 'hidden'...More
Although the views from the hill are awe inspiring, and you can get some excellent photos from the view points if you get there early enough, be warned that the museum is closed for the foreseeable future, something they forgot to mention when we booked...More