Circus Maximus

Circus Maximus

Set between the Aventino and Palatine Hills, Circus Maximus may be little more than a grassy terrace these days, but at 600 metres long and 225 metres wide it was once Rome’s biggest stadium. As you take a sunset stroll, picture yourself there as one of the 300,000 spectators cheering as chariot racers speed past.
Kolbe Hotel Rome
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  • Manchester, Tue 09 Jul 2019
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Kolbe Hotel Rome

Rome City, Rome

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0.5 Km to Circus Maximus

  • Great for local culture
  • Converted historic building
  • 1.2km from the Colosseum
  • 270m from the nearest bus stop
  • 450m from the Mouth of Truth
Hotel Forum Roma
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Hotel Forum Roma

Rome City, Rome

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0.9 Km to Circus Maximus

  • Excellent central location
  • 160m from the Roman Forum
  • 450m from the Colosseum
  • Rooftop terrace with views of the city
  • Classic elegant style
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Hotel Solis

Rome City, Rome

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0.9 Km to Circus Maximus

  • Fantastic central location
  • 700m from the Colosseum
  • Great value for money
  • 350m from the nearest metro station
  • Simple yet comfortable
The Mouth of Truth

The Mouth of Truth

Rome

Outside the entrance of Santa Maria church in Cosmedin, La Bocca della Verità – the Mouth of Truth – is a fun photo opportunity. Legend has it that if you tell a lie while your hand is inside the mouth of this...

0.4 Km to Circus Maximus - Map

Palatine Hill

Palatine Hill

Rome

Standing 40 metres above the Forum, Palatine Hill is a stunning open-air museum showcasing the ruins of what was once Rome’s most fashionable place to live. History buffs will probably want a whole day to take...

0.4 Km to Circus Maximus - Map

Arch of Constantine

Arch of Constantine

Rome

When you’re visiting the Colosseum, don’t miss the Arch of Constantine next door. It’s an impressive monument, built in the 4th century to commemorate a triumphant battle by the Roman emperor Constantine...

0.6 Km to Circus Maximus - Map