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Best Monuments of Ancient Rome

From Venice Square (Piazza Venezia) to the Portico di Ottavia

Day 2: Circus Maximus, Coelium and Aventine

From Circus Maximus to the Museum of the Via Ostiense

Day 3: Churches on the Aventine Hill

From the Circus Maximus to St Paul Outside the Walls

Day 7: Circus Maximus and Aventine hill

From Venice Square (Piazza Venezia) to Pyramid of Gaius Cestius.

Day 5: Aventine Hill and Trastevere

From Circus Maximus to Trastevere District

Day 4: Ancient Rome and Testaccio

From Venice Square (Piazza Venezia) to Testaccio District

Day 5: Aventine and St Paul Outside the Walls Basilica

From the Circus Maximus to St Paul Outside the Walls

Ancient Rome Itinerary 3

From Circus Maximus to St Gregory on the Coelian

Ancient Rome Itinerary

From Venice Square to Circus Maximus

Circus Maximus

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Circus Maximus
46 BC
Free Admission
Average visit time
30 minutes
Via del Circo Massimo, 00153 Rome RM
Hours of operation


Circus Maximus is Rome's oldest and largest stadium. Some parts are made of stone and were built by Caesar in 46 BC, but it is believed that Circus Maximus was already used in Tarquini's time. Today not much remains of the stadium and area is used as public park. There is a special Metro stop, line A, called "Circo Massimo".


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Inserted by giampale74

3/27/2012 15:01
Cool place!

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