The moment has come for you to take out your dusty sports shoes and prepare your sports bag – we’re going training, guys! Forget about all the terrific paintings, because as we go to Stadio dei Marmi, we will have something different to look at.
Stadio dei Marmi is a stadium built under Mussolini between the ’20s and 30s. Today, it is an open arena for sports, mainly athletics but not only, because indeed its big steps and the available space in the arena offer its visitors a great area to train as they wish.
The stadium is perfect for your training session but not only, as you can enter the area for free and you can use it for almost anything, although I wouldn’t go there to have my aperitivo, but maybe to read a book. Indeed, the gigantic steps that go around the Stadio dei Marmi are the perfect place to chill and enjoy the peaceful and positively charged atmosphere that you can feel there.
Moreover, the panorama is also great, as you are beside the majestic Olympic Stadium where the official football matches are played. The nice things you can observe from the Stadio dei Marmi don’t stop at the nearby football stadium, but includes everything around it, like the 60 statues that run around the whole stadium and make for a fine decoration for this temple of sports.
From beginners to professional athletes, many people come here to train under a single flag: sport is king.