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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. Make Stadio Olimpico a centerpiece of your Rome vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Rome trip generator.
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  • The Stadio olimpico is beautifully situated by the Tiber with Rome's Green tall as background. The old Olympic facility is still in use and the entire plant is characterized by being from a time before modern stadiums. The architecture is beautiful and very Italian-albeit a bit worn. However, not as bad as as. Sao Paolo in Naples. When there is a full House is the atmosphere great – but it's a big Stadium, so even if the fighting is popular, then it can easily be seen as a half-empty Stadium. Is definitely worth a visit. Tickets can be purchased in AS Roma shops around town or on listicket.it
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  • Aesthetically beautiful stadium but due to the running track and grandstands degrading, not at all suited to football matches. Players must guess. Comfortable and with good amenities. This year I looked at winning my Naples against Roma and Lazio!
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  • Overwhelming building that smells of greatness and important building style. However, with patience, you Væbn if you need to see a football match
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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.
  • 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.
  • Great to walk around during the day. Catch some people playing tennis and we even got to walk around the tennis stadium (not sure if we were allowed). If your interested in the history of the Olympics definitely take a stroll out here.
  • I expected a slightly dilapidated stadium but everything was modernised. Security was thorough but efficient though it was a Monday night game so sparsely attended. Great view even sat fairly far back in the Tribuna Revere.
  • Great stadium. Considering its relatively new the mosaic paths are crumbling and in some disrepair. Food and drink reasonable. Easy to travel to. Metro from termini and then tram Flaminio. 30 minutes.