Rome Marathon

Rome Marathon 2023 March 19 Run Rome The Marathon

Last Updated on 5. March 2023

The 28th Rome Marathon will take place on Sunday March 19th. The run begins at 8:30 a.m., start and finish are at the Fori Imperiali. Here you will find all information about registration and the running route.

There is also a relay race over the marathon course and a free run with a length of 5 kilometers.

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Rome marathon

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Rome marathon 2017 Foto: Giancarlo Magazzù

The Rome Marathon will take place for the 28th time in 2023. The running route leads from the center to the south and then north through the city and there are significant traffic delays.

Rome marathon – dates and costs

Registration for the Rome Marathon must be done online by March 10, 2023. Registration costs €99.

Registration for the relay race is through one of the non-profit organizations participating in the event.

Marathon village

The location of the Marathon Village 2023 is in Quartier EUR, Palazzo dei Congressi, Piazza John Kennedy, 1, 00144 Roma, Bus 30, 170, 714, 791 Colombo/Agricoltura, Metro B EUR Fermi.

The free run “Stracittadina”

The free run begins on March 19th. at 9:15 at the Imperial Forums and goes to the Circus Maximus.

Registration for the “Stracittadina” free run can be done online until March 11th, 2023 and costs 13 euros, for children up to 8 years of age 3 euros.


The registration takes place on the official website of the Rome Marathon

The following rules apply to registrations for the marathon:

If you are not resident in Italy, the following rules apply to you:

If you are a member of an IAAF Athletics Federation, you must complete the Declaration for Foreign Athletes Declaration Declaration FIDAL.pdf. You must bring the originals of the declaration and the membership card to pick up your starter package.

If you are not a member of an athletics federation, you must order a runcard upon enrollment. The runcard includes insurance and costs 15 euros with validity for one year. You must then submit a medical certificate FIDAL medical certificate.pdf. You must upload the certificate to the portal using the access data you received when you registered. You must bring the original to pick up your launch package.

You must first register on the website and can continue with the registration after receiving a confirmation email. As part of the registration, you should first upload the scanned medical certificate and, if applicable, your Runcard or the membership card of your athletics association.

Rome Marathon route

Rome Marathon Route 2023

The 2023 route does not pass the Colosseum. Start and finish are at the Imperial Forums right next to the Piazza Venezia. The route passes many of Rome’s main attractions:

Circus Maximus, Pyramid, St. Paul Outside the Walls, Tiber Island, St. Peter, Castel Sant’Angelo, Milvio Bridge, Ara Pacis, Piazza del Popolo, Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona and Torre Argentina.

Traffic regulations

If you go on foot, you can enjoy the center of Rome mostly without traffic until the early afternoon. Various roads require you to wait a bit when a group of runners come through.

The metro runs normally, but bus routes in the center are interrupted or being diverted. To get to the start of the marathon, get off at Metro B station Cavour.

Motorists should expect closures from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The area near Piazza Venezia will be closed the night before. You will need more time to get to the airport from the city center.

18 thoughts on “Rome Marathon 2023 March 19 Run Rome The Marathon”

  1. Hello,
    Will it be possible for a large tourist bus to depart from a hotel on Via Giovanni Amendola (Termini Station area) Sunday morning around 08:00/08:15 for Rome Fiumicino Airport?

    • Hi Lisa,
      Via Ostiense and via Cristoforo Colombo will be closed. The bus could go through the city center at that time and then take Via Aurelia or southward through Via Appia Nuova. For both routes it will need 15-20 minutes more. So you have to count with 50 minutes driving instead of 30 minutes on a normal Sunday from Termini to Fiumicino.

  2. Hello we will be in a hotel on Viale di Trastever (near Ippolito Nievo tram 8 stop) and on the 19th we have a private bus transfer at 6.30am to Pompei. Will the bus be able to pick us from there?

    • Hi Dora, there will be the Sunday market Porta Portese but no problem for the bus to arrive there. Enjoy your trip to Pompei.

  3. Hi, We are leaving our hotel which is enroute of the marathon on April 7th. Our hotel is telling us that it’s ok for us to get a taxi in the area up until 8am to go to Termini rail station. I am little apprehensive. Hope some one can help. Our train is at 9:20

    • Hi Uzma,
      if you don’t stay right at the Colosseum 8am is ok. The Marathon starts around 8:30 and first moves south to Via Cristoforo Colombo and then to San Paolo but also there it will become difficult only after 8:30.

      • We need to leave our hotel at 16:30h to get to the airport Fiumiciono by car.
        It’s located Corso Vittorio Emanuele/Via del Gesú. Does the taxi have access to this area at this time?

      • Hi Alex,
        probably at that time they will still be cleaning some streets but the taxi will be able to arrive.

    • Hi John,
      you better go to the Trastevere railway station. You can take there trains to Termini and to Fiumicino.
      If you want to walk to Termini, you have to cross two times the marathon track. It depends, when you want to go. Maybe the first runners are at ponte Garibaldi around 9:30 and from 10:30 on it will become difficult to cross the area between Torre Argentina and Piazza Venezia. I suggest to pass at Ponte Garibaldi and then walk trough the Ghetto (via dei Falegnami, via Margana) to Piazza Venezia and to cross somewhere there. You may then continue to Largo Magnanapoli and via Panisperna. This is a nice walk but not with luggage as there are cobblestones.


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