Okay, the big tip now is: Roma Pass! You can choose the 48h or 72h tickets, which can be used unlimitedly on public transportation and you also get a ticket to one (48h pass) or two (72h pass) touristic attractions. Without mentioning that you also have discount on all other attractions (they have a list on their website), you can “skip” the queue (use the fast queue for tour groups), etc.
At first we found it quite expensive, the 48h costs €28 and the 72h costs €40, but then later we saw it is actually a good price, since the touristic attractions in Rome are quite pricey (just the colosseum was €20 - which we didn’t pay, we choose to use our Roma Pass to get in for free). The #Colosseo
is an amazing attraction. We stayed a long time inside, since it’s huge! You can also take your time to read all the information written inside, even watch some video documentary and see the small colosseum model in it original design (last photo). But don’t take too long to go there, since it closed at 3:30pm (no one can get inside anymore, but if you’re already inside it’s ok, take your time).
There they also have audio guides which can be rented in many languages (sorry, I don’t really remember the price, but maybe was around €9?), which all tourists were using.
People also told us to go see Colosseo at night, because they turn on the lights as the sky gets dark (we can se a little bit of it on the first photo, since it was 4:30pm, but was already getting pretty dark because of winter).
P.s. second photo means it’s my fifth World Wonder! Just two more to go 💚 #7Wonders