The ruins of Emperor Nero’s legendary “Golden House,” which in its day took up one-third of the city of Rome, were finally reopened to the public in 1999 after 25 years of restoration work. Although only 20 percent of the Palace survives (and what’s left is cpmpletely underground), the Domus Aurea remains one of the most unique and impressive sites in Rome. Nero may have been demented but he sure knew about the good life! Open from Tuesday to Friday 10.00am – 4.00pm. Price Euro 4,50 including a booking fee. Via Labicana 136,Metro B: Colosseo, or bus 85,87,117,175,271,571.
At the moment closed for public.
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