Departure at 21.30.
Refreshments provided at km 6 (for the competitive), 11, 16 and at the finish line. Path completely flat and illuminated


Departure at 21.30 pm, in line with the Half Marathon and the Competitive. Refreshments planned at 6 km and on arrival

Additional services included in the inscription

Parking lots


Luggage checked bags

Charts Center

Ranking Center

Showers Services

 Security service

Final refreshment

Medical assistance


(athletes, during the competition, will be followed by a medical service with an ambulance equipped with a defibrillator).

Enrollment Individual Half Marathon


Enrollment Individual Fit Run


Enrollment Team Fit Run


Hotel and registration


Experience Rome


Rome by Night Run 2019: a new, magic, race course through the hearth of Rome. Arrival on terrazza del Pincio.

A new location. A new path, among the wonders of the centre of Rome. Roma by Night Run changes its dress and takes on the history of the Capital. The appointment for the night half marathon, which has reached its sixth edition, is for Friday 6 September 2019. Start at 9.30 pm from piazza del Popolo. Arrival is on terrazza del Pincio, inside the heart of Villa Borghese. The program also includes an 8 km competitive race, start and return to Piazza del Popolo, and the non-competitive Fit Run, which is still 8 km and open to those who walk freely, to Nordic and Fitwalking. Expo Village will be open from 4 pm on terrazza del Pincio.

Runners will be able to enjoy an enchanted night among the most beautiful streets of the Eternal City, running among the historical monuments and squares, from the Colosseo to the Fori Imperiali, from piazza Venezia to Circo Massimo, then again piazza di Spagna and much more. The 8 km race course is the same, at least up to the last 500 meters when it will take place to return to piazza del Popolo. The half marathon instead will see its path closed in the heart of Villa Borghese on on terrazza del Pincio.

The start from Piazza del Popolo in direction of Via del Corso, between the two “twin churches” Santa Maria dei Miracoli and Santa Maria in Montesanto, the turning in Via Condotti, the crossing of Piazza di Spagna and then off to the Umberto I tunnel. Then we go towards Piazza Venezia and Via dei Fori Imperiali. Greetings to the illuminated Colosseo and downhill towards the Circo Massimo and the ascent below the Campidoglio and again Via del Corso, this time in the opposite direction. At Via Tomacelli the turning point and the transition to Piazza Augusto Imperatore. From Via di Ripetta you take the Lungotevere until the first crossing on Ponte Risorgimento, closely followed by the one on Ponte della Musica, a location that hosted Rome by Night Run for five editions. And here the memory of the past years immediately comes to mind, with the race course that winds its way towards the Acqua Acetosa. From there, however, return to the heart of Roma through via Via Flaminia. A quick look at the entrance to Piazza del Popolo and the left turn. Enter the greenery of Villa Borghese. It is the last effort, the hardest but the most fascinating. Because at the arrival a stone’s throw from terrazza del Pincio, waiting for the runners, there is the show from Rome from above.



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