map
Map &
Directions
access_time
Hours
mode_edit
Been here?
Rate it
chevron_left
 
chevron_right

Top Tours

 
Jewish Ghetto and Navona Food Wine and Sightseeing Tour of Rome
"This four-hour evening tour of sightseeing and feasting will introduce you to the Campo Marzio & Jewish Ghetto district the oldest Roman neighborhoods. Hip and happening this section of Rome is loaded with famous sites and family owned trattorias. An expert English-speaking guide will narrate the journey as you encounter various historic sites and step into more than seven different local restaurants to sample pa it also provides a comprehensive introduction to Rome's rich cultural history. Starting in the Jewish Ghetto you’ll see the Piazza Navona Campo De’ Fiori Piazza Farnese
From EUR85.00
 
2-hour Panoramic Segway Tour of Rome
"Discover the best views of Rome on this small group panoramic Segway tour. Meet your guide for a short orientation session on how to use the 2-wheel vehicles to ensure you feel safe and comfortable before you set off. Soak in the peculiar atmosph starting with the lovely Turtles Fountain located on Piazza Mattei. Then proceed to the Temple of Hercules and learn the legend behind the so-called “Mouth of Truth”. Head towards the Aventine Hill and enjoy an amazing panorama of the whole city from the then stop at the Circus Maximus for a picture in front of the stadium for the chariot races. Continue alongside the Palatine to reach the Colosseum the most iconic building of Ancient Rome. From there glide past the Imperial Forums and go up to the ancient Capitoline Hill to discover the square designed by Michelangelo and reach another beautiful terrace to enjoy one more breath-taking panorama of the Roman Forum. The last stop is at the Marcellus Theater on the way back to the office. To enhance the experience each tour is limited to 4 participants."
From EUR50.00
 
Rome Trastevere Tour by Segway
"Trastevere is the most typical and picturesque of Rome's neighborhoods it preserved the old-fashioned buildings that remained intact over the centuries with all their charm. Roll with ease on a Segway through the tangle of awe-inspiring little streets just as the afternoon light is held captive by antique architecture. It is this soulful and vibrant atmosphere whi you will enjoy a Segway tour through the Trastevere district. The tour will depart from Piazza del Gesù where you will receive a training session in order for you to learn how to use a Segway properly. After the overview it will be easier to take to the little streets and hills like Gianicolo and Piazzale Garibaldi. You will pass through the narrow streets which outline the ancient buildings and squares and allow your eyes to glimpse at an artistic warm and dreamy Rome. Whiz across streets decorated by traditional restaurants
From EUR75.00

Theatre of Marcellus Tips (27)

Porticus Octaviae

Remains of the Porticus Octaviae, a four-sided Ancient Roman portico (quadriportico) are still majestically standing to this day. The existing structure dates from around 200 AD, when the portico was...
MM212's Profile Photo
MM212
Apr 12, 2009

Theatre of Marcellus - Temple of Apollo

We purchased a painting of the Temple of Apollo from a street artist, which makes this monument a little more special to us. The 3 remaining columns are beautiful.Next to the Temple is the Theatre of...
WheninRome's Profile Photo
WheninRome
Feb 12, 2009

I was sorry to not get in

We were planning to go here,and had thought that it takes an hour or so,but it is closed to public!At guidebooks I had,there wasn´t told that,and it came as an surprice.We walked around it,but since...
Turska's Profile Photo
Turska
Oct 13, 2008

Tempio di Apollo Sosiano

Three white marble columns topped by a frieze from the Temple of Apollo Sosianus stand to this day next to the Theatre of Marcellus. A temple dedicated to Apollo existed on the site since the 5th...
MM212's Profile Photo
MM212
May 15, 2008

Teatro di Marcello

Built in 23 BC by Augustus in honour of his nephew Marcellus, il Teatro di Marcello was Rome's most popular theatre for a century until the Colosseum was built. Once upon a time, it could hold 20,000...
MM212's Profile Photo
MM212
May 15, 2008

Teatro Marcello

Just to the left, seen from the Capitolium, the Teatro Marcello is located. The first thing I thought about when I saw it was Colloseum, which is natural since this theater was the model for the much...
Henrik_rrb's Profile Photo
Henrik_rrb
Apr 16, 2007

temple of apollo

next to the theater of marcellus is the ruins of the temple of apollo. all that remains of the temple are three corinthian columns. it was an art gallery in ancient roman times that housed greek...
doug48's Profile Photo
doug48
Jul 25, 2006

Lesser known ruins?

I found this place while walking along...somewhere....I don't know, I was lost! It was such a beautiful spot and much more dense than the Roman forum ruins. Everything here felt more compact and it...
unigirl's Profile Photo
unigirl
Jun 17, 2005

Teatro di Marcello

The theatre of Marcellus was built by the Emperor Augustus, who dedicated to his beloved son in law, Marcellus, who had died aged 19 in 23 B.C. In the 16th century the architect Baldassarre Peruzzi...
Julius_Caesar's Profile Photo
Julius_Caesar
Feb 02, 2005

Temple of Apollo Sosianus

In Rome, to see beautiful, ancient ruins you don’t have to visit necessarily the Forums. Here and there you can see several remains of temples, columns and other buildings. These three columns, for...
Julius_Caesar's Profile Photo
Julius_Caesar
Feb 01, 2005

The Temple of Apollo Sosianus

Following the plague epidemic in 431BC a temple was dedicated to Apollo the Healer on the site of an earlier shrine to the same deity. It was repaired and refurbished on many occasions, but wholly...
martin_nl's Profile Photo
martin_nl
Jun 02, 2003

The Theatre of Marcellus

The walls of this theatre were the fundaments for many Roman buildings. Its tarted when Emperor Augustus built a theatre for his nephew and son-in-law, who died in 23BC when he was 19. During the...
martin_nl's Profile Photo
martin_nl
Jun 02, 2003
 
 
Sponsored Listings

Hotels Near Theatre of Marcellus

Hotels
Via Paganica 9, Rome, 00186, Italy
Show Prices
Hotels
Via dei Polacchi 23, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy
Show Prices
Hotels
Via Luigi Petroselli 47, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy
Show Prices
Hotels
Via Santa Maria dei Calderari 47, off Via Arenula, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy
Show Prices
Hotels
Via Florida 20, 00152
Show Prices
Hotels
Via della Reginella 21, Rome, 00186, Italy
Show Prices
icunme's Profile Photo

icunme

"R O M E"
View Member
breughel's Profile Photo

breughel

"TO THE SOURCES OF MY CULTURE AND HISTORY."
View Member
MM212's Profile Photo

MM212

"Roma - Città Eterna"
View Member
croisbeauty's Profile Photo

croisbeauty

"Roma, una citta stupenda"
View Member
von.otter's Profile Photo

von.otter

"Rome : A Surpise Around Every Corner"
View Member
 
 

Things to Do Near Theatre of Marcellus

Things to Do

Portico di Ottavia

On our way to see the Jewish Ghetto, Hubby and I happened to find the Porticus of Octavia and the nearby Theatre of Marcellus just as we entered the Ghetto area and right behind the synagogue. We were...
View More
Things to Do

Chiesa Santa Maria in Campitelli

The church of Santa Maria in Campitelli, also called Santa Maria in Portico, is best known for the small icon of Virgin Mary made in dendrochronology style. It is also believed that the icon is...
View More
Things to Do

Isola Tiberina

unlike the other Major Rivers that criss crosses that major Capitals in Europe, the Tiber River has only one Island in Rome and is called the Isola Tiberina. It is located along the Trastevere and...
View More
Things to Do

Fontana delle Tartarughe – Turtle Fountain

This charming fountain is in a tiny piazza that’s a pleasant walk-through in the Jewish Ghetto/Portico Ottavia-Teatro Marcello area. Dating from the 16th century, it’s the work of at least three...
View More
Things to Do

Basilica Santa Maria in Aracoeli

When entering one of these old churches I'm careful not to step on the tomb slabs especially on those showing below the usual D.O.M. (Deo Optimo Maximo) a skull and crossbones. That goes back to my...
View More
Things to Do

Capitoline Hill - Campidoglio

Perhaps the biggest attractions on Capitoline Hill are the Capitoline Museums housed in the Palazzo Nuovo and Palazzo dei Conservatori. We had decided not to spend too much time in art museums during...
View More

Getting to Theatre of Marcellus

Address

Via d. Teatro di Marcello

Hours

We don't yet have hours for this Things to Do. Help us improve our info!

Map