Arco di Costantino
Rome’s great gladiatorial arena is the most thrilling of the city's ancient sights. Originally known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, the...
Arco di Tito
Palatino (Palatine Hill)
Sandwiched between the Roman Forum and the Circo Massimo, the Palatino (Palatine Hill) was ancient Rome's most exclusive neighbourhood....
A glass-and-metal exposed-brick café-bar, Oppio has fabulous views of the Colosseum from the outside tables. It’s a great place for a...
Opened to much fanfare in late 2011, this boho Parisian-inspired bistro has quickly established itself on the city's foodie map. It's a...
Arco di Costantino information
On the western side of the Colosseum, this triumphal arch was built in 312 to honour the emperor Constantine's victory over rival Maxentius at the battle of Ponte Milvio (Milvian Bridge).