Colosseum Metro Stop

What is the metro stop to visit the Colosseum?

  • To reach the Colosseum just take the b line colosseum stop .

Colosseo is a stop on the B line of the Rome subway, located in the Monti district and opened in 1955.

The stop has two entrances: the first in Colosseum Square and the second in Largo Gaetana Agnesi.

In front of the station’s main entrance are the Colosseum and theArch of Constantine, while proceeding along Via dei Fori Imperiali makes it possible to reach Piazza Venezia and the Capitol as well as the nearby archaeological sites of the Roman Forum, Palatine, Ludus Magnus, Domus Aurea, and the Imperial Fora.

Also near the station are: Colle Oppio, with the basilica of St. Peter in Chains and some vestiges of the Domus Aurea, the basilica of Santo Stefano Rotondo al Celio, the Basilica of Saints John and Paul, the basilica of the Holy Four Crowned Saints, the basilica of San Clemente al Laterano and the Basilica of Saints Cosmas and Damian.

Colosseum Metro Link: B Line - Blue

  • It runs through Rome from northeast to south, from Rebibbia to Laurentina. The most important stops are:

    • Termini: Connection point between the metro and the train station, where trains from Fiumicino arrive
    • Colosseum: Stop near the Colosseum and the Roman Forum
    • Pyramid: If you arrive by regional train from Fiumicino, you can take the metro here.

All the information for the Rome Metro.


  • The subway is open daily from 5:30 am to 11:30 pm.
  • On Fridays and Saturdays it runs until 1:30 am.
  • Subway tickets can be purchased at station ticket offices, kiosks or tobacconists.
  • It is important to get tickets or season tickets before boarding other local public transportation such as buses or streetcars, as tickets cannot be purchased on board.

Remember to get off at the Colosseum Stop.

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