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What you should know about Olympic Stadium

As the name suggests, the Olympic Stadium area of Rome is home to the Stadio Olimpico, a gigantic venue that’s home to the world-famous soccer teams AS Roma and SS Lazio. The stadium sits at the heart of the Foro Italico sports complex, about 3 miles north of Vatican City. A popular hub for visiting sports fans, the neighborhood’s location between the River Tiber and the Monte Mario nature reserve also attracts visitors in search of a relaxed vacation away from the busy city center.

Hotels near the Olympic Stadium

International soccer matches and other large events bring lots of visitors to this area, so there’s no shortage of accommodation near the Olympic Stadium. Expect to find mainly hotels and B&Bs, although there are also a couple of apartment rentals and aparthotels in the area. If you're looking for a little extra comfort, try Park Hotel Dei Massimi, a 4-star hotel close to the Olympic Stadium with its own restaurant serving authentic Italian cuisine. Couples in search of a quiet vacation in the Eternal City will enjoy the intimate atmosphere of Romantic Nest in Rome, a small B&B near the Olympic Stadium.

Things to see near the Olympic Stadium

If you’re staying near the Olympic Stadium, attending a soccer game will be a highlight of your trip, whether you're an avid soccer follower or a more casual spectator. Soak up the energy and passion of the 70,000 fans in this historic stadium, which played host to the 1990 World Cup as well as several other notable finals. If there isn't an event on when you visit, you can still stroll around the outside of the stadium and admire the impressive architecture of the large Foro Italico sports complex. Peek inside the Stadio dei Marmi (Stadium of the Marbles) to snap a photo of the imposing faux Greco-Roman marble statues that ring the stadium, instituted by Mussolini in the 1930s to celebrate Italian sporting achievement. Experience a more laid-back side of the neighborhood at the Monte Mario nature reserve, a peaceful place to take a walk and enjoy superb views of the city.

Good for sports and music fans

The Olympic Stadium is primarily a soccer venue, home to Rome's two largest teams, and attracts visitors from all over Italy and beyond for important national and international matches. Sports fans will love a visit on a match day to experience the highly charged atmosphere and cheer on their team. The facilities of the surrounding Fora Italico complex are also used for rugby, athletics, tennis, and aquatics fixtures. Music fans visiting Rome should keep an eye on the stadium's concert program, with world-class international artists taking advantage of the venue's high profile and capacity for large audiences.

How to get to the Olympic Stadium

If you're arriving by air, it's easiest to reach the neighborhood by car. From either Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (Fiumicino) or Ciampino Airport, it’s about a 45-minute drive to your hotel near the Olympic Stadium. If you're using public transportation, it's best to get one of the airport shuttle buses to the central Termini station in Rome first, and work from there. Use metro line A from Termini to Flaminio – Piazza del Popolo, then take the tram (line 2) and get off at Mancini. Once you’ve touched base, getting around the Olympic Stadium area is easy by car, tram, bus, or on foot.

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