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Feb 11th, 2007, 11:47 AM
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Rome - Children's prices at Colosseum etc?

Hi we're a family with 3 kids ages 5,7, and 10. We're going to be in Rome for a brief visit in about a month and I'm trying to figure out how many Roma Passes we'll be getting. I understand they cost 20 EUR; I'm wondering if we should get one for each child even the 5-year-old? Or is there a special entry price for children to sights such as the Colosseum, etc.? Thanks, Rob
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Feb 11th, 2007, 01:54 PM
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The Roma pass is not discounted for children. Non EU children do have to pay full admission price to the Colosseum and other sites. That being said, we have traveled to Rome several times with our daughters and at many places, the ticket agent would look at them and say they were free. No one ever asked to see our passports to determine if we were EU citizens or not. But other places were strict and charged all four of us full price. So to be safe, get the pass.
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