The 28th edition of the Rome Marathon will take place on 19 March 2023
The 28th edition of the Rome Marathon 2023 will cover the usual 26 miles and the route will start and finish at the Fori Imperiali and Colosseum. The race will circle around the Vittoriano, Piazza Venezia, Circo Massimo, zig-zaging across the Lungotevere, Castel Sant’Angelo and Via della Conciliazione. Runners will pass by major monuments such as St Peter’s Basilica and Piazza del Popolo.
Check here for the marathon’s route.
Runners have the option to partake in the Run4Rome, a relay race that consists of 26 miles. All you have to do is create your own team of four people and run the four stages of 13 km, 11,8 km, 7,2 km and the last, the grand finale, of 10,195 km for a total of 42.195 km. The proceeds earned will go to non-profit organizations to support social issues.
If you’re looking for a lighter workout, you can register for the non-competitive Sn4ifun Stracittadina (5 kilometers). Starting from the Imperial Forums and finishing in the huge Circus Maximus, 5 km of celebration, happiness, well-being, friendship, plenty of music and a strong sense of solidarity. In recent years the record was 80,000 admissions, making it the most popular Stracittadina (derby) in the world.
19 MARCH 2023 at 8.30am
Start and finish in via dei Fori Imperiali (Colosseum)