At the foot of the heavily wooded Monte Mario , the Foro Italico is a grandiose Fascist-era sports complex, centred on the Stadio...
Stadio dei Marmi
A cobbled footbridge, Ponte Milvio is best known as the site of the ancient Battle of the Milvian Bridge. The bridge was first built in...
The Fascist-era Foro Italico was built between 1928 and 1938 and originally named the Foro Mussolini.
This popular lunch spot is something of a Jack of all trades, serving a fantastic range of sweet and savoury snacks – think cornettos ...
Viale dei Gladiatori 2 · interesting places nearby
Stadio Olimpico information
A trip to Rome’s impressive Stadio Olimpico offers an unforgettable insight into Rome’s sporting heart. Throughout the football season (September to May) there’s a game on most Sundays. Tickets cost from about €16 depending on the match and can be bought at Lottomatica (lottery centres), the stadium, ticket agencies, www.listicket.it or one of the many Roma or Lazio stores around the city.