Circus Maximus Rome
The Circus Maximus in Rome was the largest stadium in the city of Rome and in its whole empire. Its huge surface (621m in length and 118m in width, respectively 2037ft and 387 ft) could accommodate up to 150000 spectators to the competitions held in the area. Now the Circus Maximus is turned into a public park where visitors and tourists can still get a idea of the huge proportions of sport in ancient Rome. Choosing an accommodation Rome close to that spot of the City guarantees a true experience of archaeological Rome.
This is one of the reasons why Hotel Capo d'Africa is recommended for travelers interested in discovering what remains of ancient Rome. Our hotel Colosseum Rome is conveniently located 2 minutes walk from the Colosseum and 10 minutes walk from the Circus Maximus in Rome. This means you can stay in one of our rooms or in our suite and take advantage of all comforts of modernity, then leave the premise and find yourself immersed in an unchanged environment, completely preserved from centuries ago.
Besides Circus Maximus in Rome, the attractions visitors from all over the world love most is surely the Flavian Amphitheater, commonly referred to as Colosseum. Many of them regret that the gladiatorial contests and all the public spectacles (such as animal hunts, executions and mock sea battles) for which the Colosseum was used are no longer held; yet they book a room in our hotel Colosseum Rome to be able to visit it early in the morning, and above all to enjoy the notorious view on the Colosseum from the rooftop terrace of hotel Capo d'Africa.
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