The Flavian Palace (Domus Flavian) on Rome’s prestigious Palatine Hill was an Ancient Roman palace built by the Emperor Domitian in the first century AD.
A place where official functions were held, the Flavian Palace was the public counterpart to Domus Augustana, which served as the private home of Rome’s emperors.
The fountains in the courtyard of Flavian Palace are some of its most impressive remains.
Located on the Palatine Hill in Rome. This can be reached by buses 60, 75, 85, 87, 117, 271, 571, C3 and 850 and Tram 3. The nearest metro station is Circo Massimo (line B).
The Palatine Hill is open daily 8:30am - one hour before sunset. Palatine museum open 9am-6pm. Ticket office shuts one hour before closing. Closed 1 Jan, 1 May, 25 Dec. A combined ticket to the Palatine with the Colloseum and Forum costs €12, €7.50 reduced. It is advisable to check the official website before visiting.
Palatine Hill, Via di S. Gregorio, 30, 00100 Rome, Italy
+39. 06 336 26 826
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