Home > Places in Rome > See > Monuments > Circus of Maxentius

Nearby

See

Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella

Mausoleum of Cecilia...

(0.3km)
13800 visits
Catacombs of St Sebastian

Catacombs of St Seba...

(0.3km)
26803 visits
St Sebastian

St Sebastian's outsi...

(0.3km)
13964 visits
Catacombs of St Callixtus

Catacombs of St Call...

(0.5km)
24649 visits
Park of the Appia Antica

Park of the Appia An...

(1.2km)
14910 visits
Mausoleum of the Fosse Ardeatine

Mausoleum of the Fos...

(0.9km)
38277 visits

Entertainment

Baby Luna Park

Baby Luna Park

(2.2km)
8587 visits
Rebacco

Rebacco

(2.9km)
8566 visits
Latte Più

Latte Più

(3.4km)
6063 visits
White Devil

White Devil

(3.3km)
4361 visits
Micca Club

Micca Club

(4.3km)
5595 visits
Goa

Goa

(4.3km)
6377 visits

Utility

Shopping Center I Granai

Shopping Center I Gr...

(2.5km)
20093 visits
Factory Outlet Store

Factory Outlet Store

(1.9km)
5451 visits
San Giovanni Hospital- Addolorata

San Giovanni Hospita...

(3km)
36164 visits
Tuscolana Train Station

Tuscolana Train Stat...

(2.9km)
25520 visits
Ostiense Train Station

Ostiense Train Stati...

(4.1km)
30124 visits
Turist Info Point Santa Maria Maggiore

Turist Info Point Sa...

(5.2km)
6177 visits

Itineraries

Day 3: Thermae of Caracalla and Appian Way

From Thermae of Caracalla to Quintili's Villa

Day 7: Biking on Appian Way

From Thermae of Caracalla to Park of the Appia Antica

Day 3: Walking on the Appian Way

From Thermae of Caracalla to Quintili's Villa.

Ancient Rome Itinerary 5

From Thermae of Caracalla to Quintili's Villa




Circus of Maxentius

12678 Visits
Photos of Circus of Maxentius (See all)

Overview

Title
Circus of Maxentius
Author
fede_76
Rating
3.17
Year
310 AD
Cost
3 €
Average visit time
30 minutes
Address
154 Via Appia Antica, 00178 Rome RM
Hours of operation
9.00am-1.00pm Monday closed
Contacts
Phone: 067801324
Website: http://www.parcoappiaantica.it

Description

The Circus of Maxentius, also known as Circus of Romulus, is a roman circus, built around 311 by Emperor Maxentius. Inside the building complex, situated in the Park of the Appia Antica (3rd mile), there is the Villa of Maxentius and the mausoleum of his son Valerius Romulus. Today there's not much left of Circus of Maxentius, but the wall still stands and its ruins make it the best example of an ancient Roman Circus.

Suggestions


There are no advices. Login to insert a new one!

Social Advices