The Roman Forum is amongst the most popular sights in Rome and draws visitors throughout the year. The site was the former centre of the massive Roman Empire - the most extensive political and social structure in western civilization. Visitors to the Roman Forum will be able to see the remains of the great buildings that were once the most important buildings of Roman city life. Some of the most iconic building structures include the Temple of Saturn - the oldest building in the area, Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine - the largest building in the area, Temple of Venus and Roma - the largest temple in ancient Rome, Temple of Julius Caesar - the site where Caesar’s body was burned at his funeral, and the Umbilicus Urbis - the centre of the city.
Admission fee is around €11 and covers the Forum, the Colosseum & Palatine Hill.
Open daily from 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m
Around 2-3 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Children, Senior Travellers
The ancient Roman buildings
Designated prayer facilities at the Roman Forum will be unavailable for Muslim travellers but plenty of private area will be able to make use of during prayer times. It is also possible to visit some of the many mosques in Rome such as the Rome Muslim Center, Masjid-e-Rome, Quba Mosque, Masjid Al Rahman as well as the Mosque of Rome – the most prominent mosque in the country and the largest mosque in Europe.
Halal food near the Roman Forum might not be available but Muslim travellers could visit a few of the many Halal restaurants in Rome. A few prominent Halal restaurants in Rome include Luna Caprese, Super Pizza Allam Fayez, Himalaya's Kashmir, King Pizza and Jamuna.