We are going to Rome for a day and a half in August with 2 teenage kids. We really want to see the Colosseum, Forum, Pantheon, Capitoline Hill, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and Piazza Navona in the time we have
If we buy a Roma Pass I understand we can use a special entrance to skip the queues at the Colosseum but we are not likely to use Pass for other museums or travel, so would not be good value. Can we skip the queues in the same way and use the same special entrance if we buy a ticket just for the Colosseum and Forum on line - or will we end up having to queue?
If the adults have a Roma Pass or on line ticket do we also need to buy one for the children - I believe they have free entry so can they just come in with us on our ticket? Some websites seem to charge for complimentary tickets for children.
Can we avoid the queues if we get to the Colosseum as soon as it opens - ie is it best to go to the Colosseum first thing or later in day?
- any tips would be gratefully received. thanks