The Flavian Palace - Rome

The Flavian Palace (also known as the Domus Flavia) is an imperial palace, dating back to the end of the 1st century AD. It was completed under the reign of the Emperor Domitian, a member of the Flavian Dynasty. It was intended to function as a display of imperial power and thus contained only public rooms. The floor plan was similar to that of a traditional Roman house and can still clearly be seen to this day.


Open daily from 9 am - 6 pm (or 1 hour before sunsand). Guided tour possible- reserve by telephone.


Tickets include entry to the Palatine hill, its museum and the Colloseum. Full rate: €9 (+€2 supplement during times of exhibitons). Reduced rate for European citizen aged 18-24: €4.50 (+ 2€). Free entry for European citizens aged under 18 or over 65.

Address : Via di San Gregorio 186 Rome Italy

Subway : Metro B : Colosseo

Bus : Bus : C3, 60, 75, 81, 160, 175, 271, 628, 673.

Phone : +390639967700 / +390639967450 (réservations des visites guidées)

Fax : +39 0639750950

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