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Stadio Olimpico, Rome

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Catch a game at Stadio Olimpico, Rome's cavernous sports arena and a property of the Italian National Olympic Committee. Constructed primarily as a football stadium, it's also home to the Italian national rugby team and is Italy's national sports stadium, used for all types of athletics. You can sometimes watch concerts here, too. Plan my day in Rome using traveler tips and tourist information provided by Inspirock.
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  • Very well built and well organized structure with regard to the possibility of using the toilet, dining options. Bleachers with seats and the possibility of regular runoff.
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  • I've been to see the Italian super Cup on Sunday 13 ... distinct sector Southwest. We were half of the rows and in spite of what I had heard, you can enjoy a beautiful view. The only ones in are stati...la long line (1 hour) outside the top gates (Gates 5 only for 25000 people, very few and hazardous) ... and the fact that the steward nn do nothing to ensure the place assigned to the Viewer, so it becomes a far west ...
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  • Italian Super Cup view from South Bend ... or should I say imagine terrible view, the playing field too far?, poor acoustics, information boards from rivedere...la most annoying advertising that speakers remain before the game break the eardrums of the spectators: loud, do not understand why. Undoubtedly impressive Stadium has seen inside and out, full of history, but that unfortunately in that must remain! shameful that in 2017 two major corporations such as Rome and Lazio should play there, a scandal which games the Super Cup and the Cup final Italy only because it is in the capital. the stadium is indecent? play it somewhere else!! There is no parking. all closed for security? dirty seats filled with bird droppings, these dirty bathrooms already at the beginning of the race, nobody respects the numbering of the seats and nobody enforces, because the stewards are very few controls at the entrance ... repeated again and again by getting only a significant slowdown of the influx. a tragedy in short ... advice to managers: take a spin at the Allianz Stadium in Turin and take a look at one stage made and conducted a decent: ... chilling ...
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  • The best thing about this place is you can always get a ticket no matter how big the match is. You need to have your passport to enter the stadium. But you can still book tickets online if you want. The prices approximately range from 30 euro to 100 euro depending on where you sit. I've been there and the experience was nice. The security was tight at the gates which I like to ensure our safety. There few foods sellers go around the audience selling drinks and tapas.
  • Very very big stadium. Very well maintained and amazing vibe to every match that's played there. Just incredible.
  • Incredible stadium. Little bit out of the way, can be difficult to get to if you're staying in central Rome. We walked to the stadium, took about an hour from the centre. Trams do run up close to the stadium, but if you're going on match day these are obviously going to be very full with long queues. A taxi from the centre would cost approx €15-€20. If you arrive to the stadium early before your event, there is a huge fan zone outside with multiple bars and places to eat, also some live music. Even though the game we went to (Italy vs Wales - 6 Nations 2017) wasn't a sell out, the atmosphere in the stadium was incredible.
  • I was at the Stadio Olimpico in April 2017 for the Roma vs Lazio football (soccer) match. It was a great experience. I hope to go again next season.
  • Brilliant experience went to watch Wales play Italy..just over the bridge are some food and drink pop up bars..beer was fairly priced and street food pizza was really good..great atmosphere and then outside the stadium was fantastic atmosphere make sure not to miss the band they were awesome

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For easy foot access to most of the city's main historical sites, consider staying in Rome's old town center. The area is conveniently placed for public transport, only a walk away from the city's main railway station. Accommodations here span all hotels sectors, from cheap hostels to luxury brand names. To avoid the steep prices and overcrowding of the town center, explore the hotels in the inner suburbs of Rome. They offer comfortable rooms and excellent food at a fraction of the price charged by the centrally located hotel chains. Another affordable option is the area around Vatican, which boasts a good selection of family-owned B&Bs.
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