The Palatine is one of the seven hills of Rome, situated between Velabro and the Roman Forum, and is one of the oldest parts of the city. The site is now a large outdoor museum and can be visited during the day. The entrance is in via San Gregorio, or you can go up to the Palatine by entering the Roman Forum passing through the Arch of Tito.
Between legend and reality, surely today Palatine Hill is one of the most suggestive places in the city, home of the houses of the leadership class of ancient Rome and the gardens of the Farnese family, today the Palatine is a real open-air museum. The remains of the past are, in fact, immersed in the green of a rich vegetation that extends along the slopes of the hill, from which you enjoy views of the entire archaeological area below. Beautiful in particular the view from the Roman Forum.