Via del Teatro di Marcello, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Situated right at the heart of Rome with its vibrant night life, and a few steps away from the Jewish ghetto (and kosher restaurants), the Marcello Theater offers summer music concerts. I happened to hear Rachmaninoff and Beethoven emanating from there. Fantastic place full of culture and history.
Not a big attraction but well worth visiting. Free of charge, you can admire the architecture and construction of hundreds of years ago, still standing. Is not a place like Trevi Fountain or St Peter square, not at all, but very interesting. Look at the pictures of how it use to be so you can recognize what is left and where you are standing in reference to the picture,from such an immense structure, little left but with the picture and your imagination, it will put you there, I did like it a lot.
Beautiful ruins down the road from the Colosseum, but without the crowds. The site is well explained with large informative signs, so it’s worth entering from the street to actually explore them properly. Entry is free.
Love all this stuff. Was another great day just looking around
A smaller Colosseum that can only be admired from outside. However, it does provide you passage to the Jewish quarter where you can get something to eat.