Rome’s Roman Forum now has a S.U.P.E.R ticket!
The Colosseum Archaeological Park has launched a new type of ticket that not only will give you access to the Roman Forum, Colosseum and Palatine Hill, but will also allow you a visit to some of the Forum’s previously unavailable attractions.
The new, aptly-named S.U.P.E.R. (which stands for “Seven Unique Ways to Experience Rome”) ticket is priced at 18 EUR (the regular ticket bought through CoopCulture is 12 EUR) and will give visitors access to areas that were not opened to the public and are located inside the Forum:
- Nero’s Cryptoporticus
- House of Augustus
- House of Livia
- Temple of Romulus
- Loggia Mattei
- the church of Santa Maria Antiqua in the Roman Forum.
The entrance to some of the above will be still subject to a quota due to obvious conservation concerns, so always make sure you book this ticket (and any tickets for the Forum complex, really) well in advance. The official site to do so is CoopCulture’s. And if you’re a history buff, you’ll surely love staying in one of our most popular properties, the lovely Casa Isabella, with a direct view on the Colosseum and Ludus Magnus.
If you feel like you want to make the most of this new offer, make sure you get in touch with one of Rome’s official, certified guides: our partners at Born and Bred in Rome are licensed, bilingual, have been working with us for years and are authorised to operate in Rome. What’s more, they will be able to offer you a 10% discount on the price of the tour you’re doing with them if you’re staying in one of From Home to Rome‘s apartments, so make sure you mention that when you book them!