How to get to the Stadio Olimpico
For the ninth consecutive year Roma Servizi per la Mobilità, along with F.I.R, Sport e Salute and Roma Capitale, intend to provide guidance, during sports events, for those visiting the city, as well as romans, in order to help them get around the city smoothly. Our aim is to make the Capital a more sustainable city, improving the quality of people’s life through the promotion of active mobility measures.
The European project Handshake keeps on helping us as we renew our partnerships with precious allies such as the Embassy of the Netherlands, ATAC, Kyoto Club, FIAB, Healthy Stadia, BYCS, Bicycle Heroes, Punto3 and Moovit. To once again encourage all supporters to reach the Stadio Olimpico through public transport, walking and cycling. Cyclists can secure their bikes at the two bike parkings located nearby the stadium easily reached through the cycle path shown on the map.
This initiative fights climate change!
During the Six Nations the only useful machine is the scrum one, walk, cycle or take advantage of public transport. Active mobility is the vaccine our city needs! #WhenInRomeGoSustainable
From Termini get metro A (dir Battistini) to Flaminio (4 stops) and from there Get bus n. 2 until its terminus in P.zza Mancini (7 stops). Then just cross Duca d’Aosta bridge.
From Ottaviano station (S. Peter) to the Stadium (Bus + 5 minutes walk) From Ottaviano (S.Peter) take bus 32 from Via Barletta to De Bosis stop (7 stops). The stadium lies directly ahead, past the obelisk.
From Ottaviano station to the Stadium (bicycle + 5 minutes walk). From Ottaviano (S. Peter) station, take a right on to via Barletta, follow the bicycle path for 2 km, direction viale Angelico, until the riverbanks of Duca d’Aosta bridge (via Caporati). Climb the steps on your left. The bike parking lies directly ahead, past the obelisk and turn left.
+ Bicycles can circulate on Metro A, B / B1, C, Rome-Lido and on the surface network every day of the week without time constraints. There are no hourly restrictions for bicylces on holidays and the entire month of August. Non Metrebus card holders must buy a ticket for their bikes. Folding bicycles may be carried free of charge and are without restriction on all services.
Public transport tickets
- BIT (€ 1.50) valid for 100 minutes from first validation; just for a single journey on buses, trams and trolleybuses; on metro/train urban route, even using different lines, but without passing through the turnstiles
- ROMA 24H/48H/72H ticket (€ 7.00/€ 12.50/€ 18.00) valid for 24/48/72 hours from first validation for unlimited journeys (buses, trams, metro, trolleybuses and Cotral coaches) within the city of Rome. Tickets can be purchased at the main ticket windows, as well as at the automatic ticket machines and at the news/tobacco stores in the foyer of Termini station. For further information visit www.atac.roma.it Always remember to validate your ticket once on board!
Chiamataxi 060609 is the official Roma Capitale taxi service which helps you to get hold of the nearest taxi available reducing both waiting time as well as travel costs. Service available on both iOS and Android.
People with disabilities
Both viale dei Gladiatori as well as via Nigra and viale Alberto Blanc (shown on the map) are equipped with parking spaces for impaired mobility passengers. Disabled person’s parking permit should be displayed on the vehicle.
A sustainable event - ISO 20121
In Rome the Six Nations Championship will be organaized, according to the principles of sustainability and will be certified ISO 20121, the international standard for sustainable events. F.I.R. is committed to designing the event in line with the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda. Therefore, an improvement plan has been developed with the aim of reducing the ecological footprint of the event and enhance the ethical and social benefits.