Colosseum Wheelchair Tour

Visit the Colosseum and the Roman Forum wheelchair friendly tour which allows you to SKIP the Line and have a fast entry.


Join our Wheelchair Accessible Colosseum private tour with a skip-the-line ticket.

Enjoy the Colosseum-the gladiators' Arena, symbol of the ancient city, where slaves and animals fought till their last breath.

Come and visit this fantastic architectural masterpiece, which was built by the Emperor Vespasiano of the Flavian family.

After your visit to the Colosseum, discover the Roman Forum, the birth place of the Roman civilization, the political, social, religious, and economic heart of the Roman Republic.

A happy family enjoying the Colosseum wheelchair accessible tour

Information about this activity:

Skip the line: Enter through a separate entrance


€290 - for1 to 2 people (Base price for 2 people, free tickets for the disabled person,

otherwise need to pay the €35 tickets if you are not a person with handicap)


Adult:  €65 Tickets included

Teenager (aged 6 - 17): €35 Tickets included

Children (aged 1 - 5): free

Duration: Approximately 3 hours


Colosseum, Roman Forum and when is possible the Palatine Hills

What's included:

Professional private guided tour in Colosseum and the Roman Forum

What's NOT included:

Food or Drinks

Transportation to/from attractions

Languages: English, Italiano, Español, Français, Português and Deutsch.

Telephone number, contactable on Telegram, WhatsApp and Viber: +393348898387

Having a mobile phone in case contact needs to be made is highly recommended.

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