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Rome: Piazza Navona 1-Hour Underground Audio Guide Tour

Activity provider: TICKETSTATION SRL

Rome: Piazza Navona 1-Hour Underground Audio Guide Tour

Activity provider: TICKETSTATION SRL

From US$ 12.67 per person

Explore the first and only stadium ever built from masonry in Ancient Rome on an audio guide tour of the ruins of the Stadium of Domitian. See amazing reconstructions of the former site of the ancient Olympic Games, located 5 meters beneath Piazza Navona.

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Audio guide included
Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian
Wheelchair accessible

Experience

Highlights
  • Discover what lies below street level at Piazza Navona
  • Explore the ruins of the Stadium of Domitian
  • Learn more about the only stadium in Ancient Rome to be built out of masonry
  • See artifacts from the days of the Roman Empire
Full description
Discover what lies beneath Piazza Navona in central Rome on an audio guide tour, available in 6 different languages. Travel back in time and look at a selection of unpublished photographs, 3D reconstructions, videos and informative panels that tell the story of the Stadium of Domitian. Learn about the development of the site into the current piazza and the evolution of ancient Roman sports. Descend 5 meters below street level to explore the former circus in all its dimensions, and get details about the travertine blocks, brickwork and marble columns of the main entrances. Hear how up to 30,000 spectators were divided at the arena. See artifacts from the days of the Roman Empire found during archaeological excavations, including fragments of sculptures and a torso made from Pentelic marble from the quarries of Penteli north of Athens. 
Includes
  • Entrance ticket to the underground archaeological site of the Stadium of Domitian
  • Audio guide, available in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian and Russian
  • Audio guide for kids, available in English and Italian
  • Happy hour (if option selected)
  • Guide
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • All participants are required to bring and wear FFP2 masks. Blue surgical masks will not be accepted

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Redeem your voucher at the Touristation Point in front of the main Bernini Fountain at Piazza Navona, 25. The staff will book your Happy Hour session according to your time preference.

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Overall rating

3.9 /5

based on 197 reviews

Review summary

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  • Service
    4/5
  • Organization
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Small underground area with interesting audio guide. Wasn't too busy so it was really easy to get in and out of. They had a special audio guide for children which my 5 year old loved. She got to use the audio guide pen and map all by herself and the underground area was small enough I felt comfortable letting her explore a bit independently which she really appreciated. Not pram friendly.

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April 19, 2022

Piazza Navona in the eye of time

The tickets worked great. A really interesting tour. The audio guide was very helpful, because this is the only way to really imagine the arena and learn very interesting information. The tour is very well signposted and there is an extra audio guide for children. Really impressive, I can only recommend it.

July 15, 2018

Interesting History

As far as self guided activities go, this is a good one. Although the place is not very big at all, the audio guide gives lots of information that is nowhere else in the museum. Also, it's really neat to see how things have changed over the decades. Inside the floor is really uneven with some ruts and things so just be careful walking!

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May 21, 2018

Product ID: 134826