The Arch of Constantine is a triumphal arch in the centre of Rome, practically opposite the Colosseum. The Arch of Constantine has incredible historical and artistic importance thanks to the many sculptures and engravings that decorate it. It is easily visited, as you will probably pass it at least once during your visit to Rome. Situated in the historic centre, right in front of the Colosseum, the Arch of Constantine is also close to a large number of points of interest in Rome. For this reason, parking in the centre of Rome near the Arch of Constantine can be a smart choice so you can walk to all the wonders of the eternal city. Parclick offers you plenty of parking options in the centre of Rome near the Arch of Constantine which, like the whole area, is affected by one of the limited traffic areas of Rome. With Parclick, however, you will have no problem parking in these areas of Rome, or in any other area of Rome in fact, because thanks to your Parclick reservation, you will always have a guaranteed parking space in the car park in Rome that you have booked.
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The Arch of Constantine is part of the archaeological area of the Roman Forum, and it also nearby the Basilica of Maxentius, the Palatine, the Circus Maximus, the Temple of Venus and Roma and the Basilica of St. Frances Romana, as well as many other emblematic monuments of Rome.
The arch is mostly made of marble, and has three arches with a width of almost 26 metres and a height of 21 metres.
The Arch of Constantine was raised and inaugurated in 315, to celebrate the victory of Constantine I, who defeated Maxentius in the Battle of the Milvian Bridge.
The Arch is one of three triumphal arches of the Roman era that exist to this day, along with the Arch of Titus