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Rome's Fascist Past: Private Walking Tour of Mussolini's EUR District
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“clay court” (2 reviews)
“open tennis” (2 reviews)
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Rome, Italy
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Reviewed 5 June 2017

This was just an absolute joy... We had bought our tickets online and we arrived fairly early to explore before the match and had fun simply walking around. The site is just amazing, with towering statues of 'athletic gods' everywhere you go. The atmosphere was...More

Thank Adam G
Reviewed 28 May 2017

I went to the Italian Open tennis, and had a great time. I bought tickets on the day (ground pass for Tuesday, Next Gen arena on Wednesday) with no trouble. The venue is beautiful, the Stadio Nicola Pietrangeli particularly attractive, surrounded by marble bleachers and...More

Thank Alison M
Reviewed 27 May 2017

The facilities for the spestators are exellent. But Italians don't know how to prepare clay court. Kasatkina and Halep are now injured. Federer declined the tournament because his foot fell to his knee last year...

Thank ravnaliev
Reviewed 19 May 2017

We came to see some top leve tennis. Tickets were available on the spot with very short queues, did not need to buy in advance. The venue is beautiful, scenic and quite large. Food, drinks and ice cream are reasonably priced, not any higher than...More

Thank svetak988
Reviewed 10 March 2017

We are planning to attend the Italuan Open in May and are wondering whether we should try to purchase tickets ahead of time or whether tickets are available the week of the tournament. Any advice?

22  Thank Gloria G
Reviewed 28 February 2017

The Foro Italico sports complex is one of the few complete constructions from the Mussolini era to survive. There are two stadia, the Olympic which was used for the 1960 Olympics and is now used for football and Rugby, e.g. Six Nations there was no...More

Thank Rob J
Reviewed 13 October 2016

We naively came here to check out what we knew was an impressive tennis center and BNL d'Italia tennis venue ... not realizing it was a huge sport complex. As we walked up we quickly realized how foolish we were, duh! Huge statues everywhere depicting...More

Thank Kris R
Reviewed 17 May 2016

Great stadium and atmosphere! A classic Roman forum inspired arena in the middle that reminds you of the ancient Rome. Visited here several days to see the Tennis tournament (Internazionali BNL d'Italia). A wonderful clay court event, which rivals the French Open in many ways....More

2  Thank Jacky C
Reviewed 17 May 2016 via mobile

Quater final match Djokovic Nadal was somethin amazing.And live match is once in a life expirance I realy Enyou Forza Nole

Thank Olujic
Reviewed 4 May 2016

A huge sport complex, at the bottom of Monte Mario hill, built before The Second World War. Its architecture was inspired by the Roman forums of the imperial age. The complex was a host of many sport events including the summer Olympics in 1960.

Thank Borzov
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Alexandr M
9 July 2017|
Response from ravnaliev | Reviewed this property |
Yes,of course. Enjoy Your trip!
Anne L
28 April 2017|
Response from Rob J | Reviewed this property |
There's a bus which stops immediately opposite. Check the bus map.