Stadio dei marmi
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poodlema07
Cumming, GA21 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Family
Great facility for the BNL Paribas Italian Open.! Took a taxi from our place in Trastevere, about 20 minutes for the Friday night session. Afterwards, it was near impossible to get a taxi. We were told to walk, and did about 15 minutes to a stand with no taxis. Tried to call, put on hold for many minutes. The app not working. Finally a taxi arrived after we called. Wasted a lot of time. Same situation on Saturday after day session; taxis difficult to reserve even by calling. Transportation could be better organized by taxi company. Overall, however the Foro Italico was a great venue for the tournament. Highly recommend it.
Written 21 June 2024
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Peter P
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Solo
In summary 5 stars for the tennis tournament but only 3 stars for travel to site.
First ever visit to a major tennis tournament in my 72 years (excluding brief view of Rod Laver playing at Wimbledon in mid 70's). Bought decent ticket for one day with woman's quarter finals (Iga Swiatek playing )and mens last 16. This was bought online 48 hours beforehand on official site. My accommodation was in the southern part of the historical centre so about 5 kilometres to the Foro Italico, as the crow flies. The public transport suggestion would take about 1 hour about the same as walking all the way. I therefore decided to walk to Ottaviano Metro station to catch the 32 bus onwards. No such luck as when I arrived at the bus stop there were already about a hundred people waiting and no sign of a bus so like most decided to walk the rest of the way to make the 11 o'clock start. So allow plenty of time if wanting to do the same.
Written 22 May 2024
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midway42
Georgia3,375 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023 • Solo
The Stadium of the Marbles seems to have most of the requisite characteristics associated with Mussolini’s Italy. Opened on the 10th anniversary of the regime? Check. A focus on physical education, a foundation of his administration? Check. Encircled by physically idealistic statues carved out of Carrara marble? Ditto. In any case, the area is another vestige of the time period and showcases physical fitness figuratively (the statues) and literally (a running track anyone can use). It is found in the Foro Italico and easily accessible from the street. I visited here at the start of a four-hour tour of fascist architecture, walking around the track just above ground level and spending about an hour on site. Similar to the EUR District, this and the adjacent obelisk are best viewed in the context of a group of remnant structures that remind us of an important-if-not-glorious part of Italy’s history.
Written 7 April 2023
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Tim O
Chicago, IL118 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022
Though the track is located next to a school and adjacent to Italy's premier sports facility, this is a public running track. I took a bike from the city center to the stadium and ran a track workout here. There is almost no information out there regarding if you can actually show up and rip some fast laps on the track without some type of reservation. The answer is yes, you can just show up and run with no cost or other process. That said, I'm sure there are rules, but I couldn't find them posted. The gate was open and I walked right onto the track for a short workout. This is very possibly the coolest running track in the world.
Written 13 October 2022
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Gad F
Reggio Emilia, Italy114 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2021 • Solo
It's a beautiful stadium with impressing white statues representing sports ans the italian provinces, set in a wonderful area all surrounded by green.
Written 6 August 2021
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ms_sporty
Ljubljana176 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
The whole Foro Italico, with tennis, swimming, football and athletic facilities is amazing. Huge, with all the marble statutes - impressive. To run on the track surrounded by the statues gives you the chills. I love it. It is great to see that all the facilites are alive, you see children playing and you can also see top A level tournaments. Track is open for all, so you can come, walk around, sit and watch, or train and run yourself. It is very nice to approach it from Teatro Olimpico, from where you go straight and cross the Ponte della Musica (Music Bridge), which is for pedestrians only and can be full of people sitting, reading, training... A nice intro to the Foro.
Written 9 October 2019
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Laurence Keith Sanders
9 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019
a must-see when in Rome, the huge marble statues around a stadium are magnificent, as a sculptor they were on my bucket list, happy,,, and a lovely stroll back to central Rome
Written 16 July 2019
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Mo B
Hampshire, UK164 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019
Here for Italian Open Tennis... 2019
We bought our tennis tickets online and after much planning and discussion we arrived using Metro A from Termini to Flaminio then tram 2 to Mancini then a short walk over the bridge. There are several routes to get there ...Easier than it looks on the map! Tickets (covering all transport) available from machine for 100 mins of travel cost one Euro 50c . Don’t forget to validate ticket at yellow box before travel.
The Grounds are amazing, huge gleaming statues of athletes etc everywhere you look!
Plenty of food & drink outlets at very reasonable prices with a good choice of delicious snacks etc.
Once inside centre court there are sellers that will bring cold beers & other beverages to your seats If required. When booking tickets pay attention to the direction of the sun as it can get extremely hot if you are facing the sun all day. Clean toilets on ground level of centre court . A great experience for tennis fans.
Taxis just outside ground if you require them.
Written 22 May 2019
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Kris J
Lisbon, Portugal466 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2019 • Solo
Went out to the Stadio Olympica to prepare for our first time attending an Italian Football Club match and this was a pleasant side trip. As a cross country runner doing orbits is only slightly better than running on a machine but I have to say the proliferation of statues around the track and the stands make you feel like you are running back in time - though the track feels great.
Not sure I would travel here just to run but if you were in the neighbourhood I would suggest you would be missing out not doing an orbit or two.
Written 16 March 2019
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Tony B
Wokingham, UK1,904 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2019 • Friends
We were cycling around the Olympic stadium when we came upon this place. It has really impressive Roman Statues of nudes blokes all the way round. It looks like someone had added some figs leaves to cover their modesty on most statues. In the arena is a running track and a rugby field
Written 3 March 2019
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