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Built in 315AD and noted by its triple arches, this structure commemorates Constantine's victory over Maxentuis.
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Via di San Gregorio, 00184 Rome, Italy
Piazza Venezia / Ancient City
+39 06 0606
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Great place and literally 30 seconds away from the colosseum exit. Be sure to walk from the arch to the Roman forum - it has a better view than anything else in Rome

Thank David W
Reviewed 5 days ago

This magnificent arch certainly suffers from its proximity to the great monument of monuments (that would be the Colosseum, for the uninitiated). It is splendid, and I wish that I had had the chance to see it up close; but on our day at the...More

Thank Charming_Karl
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Was informed that this was built due to a battle won in 312 by Costantino. Impressive Arch and was able to photograph it from the Colosseum at night.

Thank findwine
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

After visiting the Colosseum, our first stop was Constantine's Arch just next door. It stands, majestic, outside of the fenced-off section of the Roman forum so we needed no tickets to walk up to the arch itself.

Thank VoyagerAimerSourire
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A well preserved triumphal arch situated between the Colesseum and The Forum. Easy to view from ground level and the upper level of the Colesseum, doing both gives you a full view of it's intricate carvings and condition. It would be easy to ignore the...More

Thank SoloTogether
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Yes, you can walk right up to it and it’s free. Notice the details and it will amaze you since it is so ancient. If you want great selfies, they can be taken from the top of the Colosseum.

Thank Daniel A
Reviewed 7 August 2018

We had the luxury of viewing the Arco di Costantino again but closer and a bit more time. On our way out of the colessium as well as from the 2nd level with my high powered zoom on my camera it is amazing how and...More

Thank Happytraveller0116
Reviewed 5 August 2018

This massive arch is in between the Colosseum and Palatine Hill. It's one of the most recent arches in Rome , built around 315 AD. Definitely need to check it out since it is very close to the Colosseum and free of charge to see.

Thank MandC0218
Reviewed 27 July 2018 via mobile

This arch is one of the most beautiful landmarks in Rome. It represents an important historic event. It is located in between Colosseum and Palatine Hill. Easy to find and free for the public to access.

Thank Anas A
Reviewed 25 July 2018

This is one of the must-see triumphal arches in Rome. It is near the Colosseum, outside the present forum hedge and is not possible to pass through it. It is not as fine as the arch of Titus, but it is the biggest of all...More

Thank Milen D
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Samantha R
28 February 2015|
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Response from rauschs4 | Reviewed this property |
The Arch is outside the Colosseum. You can just walk over and look at it. I highly recommend going at night. That whole area is lit up beautifully at night..