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The Marketplaces of Trajan were built for the Emperor Trajan by the fabulous architect Apollodorus of Damascus around 107-110 AD. The markets are considered the globe’s initial excellent shopping mall complex with some 150 stores and also administrative offices.
The markets adjoined the Forum of Trajan, where the stunning Trajan’s Column still stands. This ticket also consists of accessibility to the remarkable Museum of the Imperial Forum.
If you want to visualize what the ancient city of Rome was really like at its top, then a visit to the Markets of Trajan is an outright must.
When inside the complex, you’ll be able to dip in and out of the greater than 150 stores as you walk the old Via Biberatica – the main shopping road. As the first covered shopping mall structure in history, this complex is the model for each megamall we have today.
The Museum of the Imperial Forum shows visitors regarding the detailed network of fora (town squares) that composed the old city.
- Entry to Trajan Markets and Imperial Forum Museum,
- Entry to temporary exhibition-s.
- Guided Tour.
Cancellations and changes are not possible for this ticket.