Getting to the Stadio Olimpico

If you are arriving by public transport...

Moovit is a free app that allows users to explore, in real-time, the best public transport options for them to get from point A to point B.

Simply type in your current location into the app, and Moovit will present you with the fastest and most efficient way to get to the Stadio Olimpico through public transport.


DRIVING DIRECTIONS

Coming from Milan, Florence, Bologna (Autostrada A1): Exit on GRA Flaminia direction, take exit N ° 5 (Flaminia), then follow the signs to the stadium (Foro Italico).

Coming from Pescara, L'Aquila (A24): Exit on GRA direction of the motorway Rome-Florence (A1), take exit N ° 5 (Flaminia), then follow the signs to the stadium (Foro Italico).

Coming from Naples (A2): Take the GRA direction Florence-Rome motorway (A1), take exit N ° 5 (Flaminia), then follow the signs to the stadium (Foro Italico).

Coming from Fiumicino Airport - Leonardo da Vinci (motorway Fiumicino): Take the GRA Cassia-Flaminia direction, take exit N ° 5 (Flaminia), then follow the signs to the stadium (Foro Italico).


If you are arriving by plane...

Arriving at Leonardo da Vinci Airport - Fiumicino (40 kms): Take the train to Termini, Ostiense, Tiburtina and then follow the directions above.

By car, take the motorway toward Fiumicino and follow the directions above (distance 40 km).

Arriving at Rome Ciampino Airport (35 kms): There is a COTRAL bus that connects the airport to the local railway station in Ciampino. From there you can take a train to Termini - and followi the directions above.


If you are arriving by public transport...

Fans are advised to consult Moovit for the best and quickest way to get from wherever you are to the stadium.

Some general information: the nearest metro stop to the Stadio Olimpico is Ottaviano (Line A - heading towards Battistini from Rome Termini). From here it is around a 30-minute walk to the ground, while the No. 32 bus from outside the station will take you most of the way.

Be warned, however, as the closer to kick-off it gets the busier the bus becomes.

Plenty of other buses serve the ground in all directions. Alternatively, the No. 2 tram from Flaminio tube station (near Piazza del Popolo) stops at Mancini, from where it is a short walk over the Tiber to get to the Olimpico.

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