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Is the upper and lower level Coliseum tour ESSENTIAL to that visit?

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This is a roadblock for booking our tours, as this ticket is hard to get...I am just wondering, on a half day "ancient rome" tour, is THIS ONE aspect really essential?

We have one date 12/29, that I would really like to do this. And, having been there before, I am inclined to think it is not. But this is my teen sons first visit, and of course, the coliseum is an important thing for them to see.

I recall thinking just being IN it, was enough, and actually enjoyed the Palantine area the most...IDK.

Your thoughts? And, is it even reliably open then?? Thanks!

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