Description: Originally started in 1937 this stadium has undergone many changes. it was originally a project of Mussolini to promote sports and physical health. For this reason, we can still see the remnants of fascism in the mosaics, large statues displaying virility and the monolith in front of the stadium still bearing Mussolini's name. Work on the stadium was paused during the war, but then finished in the 1950's and inaugurated at the 1960's Olympics. Today it is still used as the official soccer stadium of Rome.
Alongside the Olympic stadium, you can find a smaller running track known as Stadio dei Marmi. It is named for the many marble statues lining the track. Each one is a representation of a major city in Italy. Rome takes the image of the Roman emperor Augustus.
Description: Since 1960 Pompi has been making the absolute best tiramisu. It became so popular there are now multiple stores and they have the tiramisu pre-packaged ready to eat, in interesting flavors including Banana and chocolate, and strawberry.
Description: The ancient stone bridge dates back to 115 BC, it was then restored in the 1400s then again in the 1800s as Garibaldi's troops had done damage to the structure. It is the famous bridge where Constantine defeated Maxentius, bringing Christianity into the spotlight of Roman history.
Description: A small enoteca near by, Cavatappi has an excellent selection and also will pair your wines with a small tagliere and other small plates. They are very knowledgable and are happy to find the right pairing for you!