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How to get to the Olympic Stadium

During matches and concerts


Public Mobility.

The Foro Italico area is served by the line 2 (tram running between Piazzale Flaminio/Flaminio metro A station and Piazza Mancini) and 15 bus lines arriving from different city areas: line 23 (via Pincherle-piazzale Clodio), line 31 (Laurentina/metro B-piazzale Clodio), line 32 (Saxa Rubra-Ponte Milvio-Ottaviano/metro A-piazza Risorgimento train station), line 69 (largo Pugliese-piazzale Clodio), line 70 (via Giolitti/Termini-piazzale Clodio), line 89 (Sant'Agnese metro B1 station-piazzale Clodio), line 200 (Prima Porta station-piazza Mancini), line 201 (Olgiata/street Antonio Conti-piazza Mancini), line 226 (Grottarossa-piazza Mancini), line 280 (piazzale dei Partigiani/station Ostiense-piazza Mancini), line 301 (Grottarossa-Ponte Milvio-Lepanto/metro A), line 446 (Cornelia station/metro A-piazza Mancini), line 628 (piazza Cesare Baronio-Farnesina), line 910 (Termini station-piazza Mancini), and bus line 911 (San Filippo Neri hospital-piazza Mancini).

There will also be the following bus lines running: line 61 (piazza Balsamo Crivelli-Villa Borghese/viale Washington/piazzale Flaminio/metro A), line 160 (Montagnola-Villa Borghese/viale Washington/piazzale Flaminio) and line 490 (Tiburtina station/metro B-Cornelia/metro A). All bus lines stopping at piazzale Flaminio/metro A. From here it is possible to arrive at the stadium with the tram line 2 and with the bus line 495, which connects Tiburtina station with Valle Aurelia and stops at both piazzale Flaminio and piazzale Clodio.

At night, the area is reached by the n200 (Prima Porta station-Piazza Mancini) and n201 (Olgiata-via Antonio Conti-Piazza Venezia) bus lines. The viale Tiziano/viale De Coubertin/Villaggio Olimpico area is served by the n3D and n3S lines departing from piazzale Ostiense-Piramide metro B. As for the metros, the last runs on Thursdays are at 11:30 p.m. On metro A, due to ongoing modernization works, buses are running instead of trains in the evening after 9 p.m.. With the metro service over, on the same routes are the following night bus routes nMA (for Metro A), nMB (for Metro B), nMB1 (for Metro B1) and nMC (for Metro C). A map of the general night bus network can be found here.

Also worth mentioning is that 15 daytime lines operate every night until 2 a.m.: line 38 (Termini station-Porta di Roma), line 44 (via Montalcini-via del Teatro Marcello), line 61 (piazza Balsamo Crivelli-piazzale Flaminio/metro A), line 86 (via Elias Canetti-via Pelagosa), line 170 (Termini station-piazzale dell'Agricoltura), line 246 (Cornelia metro A-Malagrotta), line 301 (Grottarossa-Ponte Milvio-Lepanto/metro A), line 314 (Casalone-largo Preneste), line 404 (Rebibbia/metro B-San Giovanni in Argentella), line 444 (via Francesco Paolo Bonifacio-Ponte Mammolo/metro B), line 451 (Ponte Mammolo/metro B-Cinecittà/metro A), line 664 (circular with terminus at largo Colli Albani metro A), line 881 (via Avanzini-via Paola), line 916 (via Andersen-piazza Venezia), and bus line 980 (San Filippo Neri hospital-via Pane).


Private Mobility.

Roma Capitale's Local Police have instituted new traffic regulations in the Foro Italico area during soccer matches and other major events hosted by the Olympic Stadium. All events held at the stadium are anticipated by a reorganization of the area's road system to ensure safety and greater fluidity of vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

The plan calls for freeing all areas surrounding the stadium from parked cars, relocating car and bus parking by placing them in Viale della XVII Olimpiade, Piazzale Clodio and Viale di Tor di Quinto, and allowing in Lungotevere Flaminio and Lungotevere Thaon de Revel with exclusive parking regulated by existing signs and no longer in the center of the roadway. Stop bans will also be instituted in Via Morra di Lavriano on both sides and in the parking area between Lungotevere Cadorna, Via dei Gladiatori and Via Prato Falcone (in the latter case except for mopeds and motorcycles). Other stop bans will affect Piazza Lauro de Bosis the parking areas in front of the swimming pool, University of Rome and in front of Coni. Additional stop bans will have to be observed on piazzale della Farnesina, via Alberto Blanc, via Tommaso Tittoni, via Paolo Boselli, viale della Macchia della Farnesina, piazzale Maresciallo Diaz (except for mopeds and motorcycles), the section of the Diaz riverfront between Ponte Duca d''Aosta and viale Antonino di San Giuliano, via Mario Toscano, via Contarini, largo Ferraris IV, viale and piazzale dello stadio Olimpico, lungotevere Cadorna, via Antonino di San Giuliano, via Giuseppe Volpi and via Colli della Farnesina (again, except for mopeds and motorcycles).


Under the new rules, the public can then reach the stadium in the following ways:

  • by using public transportation, reinforced during events
  • by approaching with motorcycles/bikes, then leaving them in the designated areas near the stadium
  • leaving their cars in the regular parking lots or in the new decentralized areas assisted by stewards
  • Holders of permits for people with disabilities can park as usual in Viale delle Olimpiadi/ Viale dei Gladiatori, or at the Stadio dei Marmi (via Nigra).



Unless you have a season ticket or hold a disabled permit, you can no longer park in the regular spots or in the designated off-center areas. Therefore, rows of cars or motorcycles are no longer tolerated in the centerline and middle of the streets, on the Lungotevere near the stadium, as well as but also on the opposite side of Ponte Duca D'Aosta (Lungotevere Flaminio, Lungotevere Thaon di Ravel, Lungotevere Salvo D'Acquisto to Ponte Milvio). No second row parking or dangerous roadway reductions are tolerated.




Motorcycles and bicycles can park near the stadium, but not "wherever": they can park only in the areas planned on an experimental basis, namely: via Contarini, via Toscano, viale Maresciallo Giardino and via Morra di Lavriano. For cars, 3 parking areas have been identified, delocalized with respect to the stadium, also considered an extension of the reserved area of the Olympic Stadium, manned by stewards, from where fans can reach the stadium on foot or by public transportation. The areas are:

  • Piazzale Clodio
  • Viale XVII Olimpiade (Flaminia/Auditorium area)
  • Viale Tor di Quinto (close to Salvo D'Acquisto’s barracks)






















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