Rome is undoubtedly one of the richest cities in the world in terms of history and art. In this walking tour, our expert guide will take you to discover the ancient ruins of one of the first stadiums conceived in history "Diocletian's Stadium" and then to learn more about the art forms of ancient Rome with a visit to the National Roman Museum housed in Palazzo Altemps. Meeting with the guide and the beginning of the tour to Piazza Navona. After visiting the famous fountains and palaces rich in history and baroque art, you will visit the underground part of the square Stadium of Domitian.
The Stadium of Domitian had the form of a circus with two straights and two curved short sides: it measured around 275 per 106 meters.
The building is the only example of a masonry athletics stadium outside of the Greek World. After the visit continue your walking tour to Palazzo Altemps and the National Roman Museum. Museum, specifically dedicated to the history of art collecting. The museum is home to absolute masterpieces of ancient sculpture from famous and highly prestigious noble collections such as Altemps, Boncompagni Ludovisi families.