Rome Olympic Stadium (Stadio Olimpico)
Rome Olympic Stadium (Stadio Olimpico)
Rome Olympic Stadium (Stadio Olimpico)

Rome Olympic Stadium (Stadio Olimpico) Tours and Tickets

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Rome’s Olympic Stadium (Stadio Olimpico) seats more than 72,000 spectators, and when the city’s deeply beloved A.S. Roma and S.S. Lazio soccer teams hold their home matches here, there isn’t an empty seat in the house. But the stadium isn’t just for "football" fans; rather, the venue is also used for rock concerts and other sporting events.

  • Viale dei Gladiatori 2, Rome, 00135

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Frequently Asked Questions
Q:Should I book Rome Olympic Stadium (Stadio Olimpico) tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Rome Olympic Stadium (Stadio Olimpico) can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Rome Olympic Stadium (Stadio Olimpico) 2024?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Rome Olympic Stadium (Stadio Olimpico) costs USD 39.10. Guided Rome Olympic Stadium (Stadio Olimpico) tours start around USD 39.10 per person.
People Also Ask
Q:Can you visit the Stadio Olimpico in Rome?
A:Yes, Rome’s Stadio Olimpico is open during and for matches, but you can also visit this massive, historic facility on a tour when the pitch is bare. Though you won’t experience the pomp and circumstance of a game, you will get behind-the-scenes access to spots like the locker rooms, the trophy portal, and more.
Q:What can you bring into Stadio Olimpico?
A:Oddly enough, you can bring food, like sandwiches, inside Stadio Olimpico, but you can’t bring drinks. Just about everything else is off limits—no e-cigarettes, no lighters, no pushchairs, and no luggage. You need some form of ID to get admitted inside, plus your ticket, so be sure to bring those.
Q:How many people are in the Stadio Olimpico?
A:With seating for over 70,000 spectators, Stadio Olimpico is the largest sports facility in Rome. At least, currently: Over various eras, the world-famous Roman Colosseum held anywhere from 50,000 to 80,000 spectators. Not much has changed when it comes to the Roman love of sports.
Q:What part of Rome is Stadio Olimpico?
A:Stadio Olimpico is the prime attraction within the Foro Italico sports complex, which is north of the city of Rome. It’s about a 20-minute drive from Rome’s most popular attractions, like the Trevi Fountain. Alternatively, the bus or metro can get you there in about 40 minutes for a nominal fee.
Q:Can you do a tour of Stadio Olimpico?
A:Yes, you can tour Rome’s Stadio Olimpico—it’s a relatively new offering through a project with FIGC (Italian Federation Football). Tours are typically offered every day there isn’t a match, and with tickets booked in advance, you’ll get a guided look at the pitch, locker rooms, the players’ entrance, and more.
Q:Do you need an ID to enter Stadio Olimpico?
A:Yes, you do need a valid ID to enter Rome’s Stadio Olimpico. If you’re here for a game, the name on your ID should match the name on your ticket (which you must also present and keep throughout the game). You’ll also need to go through a metal detector to enter the facility.