Where Can I Workout In Rome (Including a Free Place)


Rome is not an ideal home for large fitness operators, especially implementing gyms in the central area of this ancient town. Although Anytime Fitness and Virgin Active have a handful of gyms in Rome, however, none of them is located in the city center. 

Here are some gyms that you can search for within the central location of Rome.

1. Moves

Image: Moves Website


Moves Gym is equipped with essential machines and spacious dressing rooms. On top of gym classes, it offers other courses such as Zumba, Pilates, Classic and Funk Dance, Yoga, and Tai Chi-Qi Gong, to name a few. It is known to be a small but attractive facility that is divided into two sections — one for weights and machines, the other for conducting classes. 

It might not be as appealing for tourists who are visiting Rome as per entry are priced at €15. However, a longer-term commitment at this gym would be worthwhile as memberships are priced at €750 annually.

Address: Via dei Coronari, 46, 00186 Roma RM, Italy

Operating Hours: 

Weekdays 8am - 9:30pm

Saturday 9am - 5:30pm

Sunday 10am - 1pm

Phone: +39 06 686 4989

2. Dabliu Barberini Fitness Club

Image: Dabliu Website


Dabliu Barberini Fitness Club is an excellent gym right in the center of Rome, well-equipped with top-notch all-day fitness courses. The fitness courses range from Cycling to Fit Boxing and TRX Kettlebell workouts. Dabliu even got their own Dabliu Dance for you to move to the groove. Not to forget, there is a large relaxation area with a sauna, a Turkish bath, and a jacuzzi for you to enjoy!

If you are a tourist visiting and don’t mind spending a little more for outstanding facilities, do try Dabliu Barberini Fitness Club! It is a chain branch in Rome where per entries are priced at €20. This is an all-inclusive fitness and wellness experience with weights and machine area, Pilates studio, indoor cycling, aerobics room, sauna, steam bath, and jacuzzi at a steal for a mere €20! 

Address: Via di S. Nicola da Tolentino, 30, 00187 Roma RM, Italy

Operating Hours: 

Weekdays 7 am – 10:30 pm

Saturday 9am - 5pm

Sunday 10am - 3pm

Phone: +39 06 4201 2515

3. Planet Fitness Sports Association Sporting Club

Image: Planet Fitness Website


Planet Fitness gym promises to offer a weight room of 800 square meters and two fitness rooms on their website. This gym opens up to even more activities such as Ring Sports, Boxing, Martial Arts, Salsa, Pilates, Zumba, and House Dance.

Planet Fitness offers various types of gym memberships from annual memberships to monthly and even day packages. Tourists visiting Rome might want to check out this gym due to the flexibility in membership packages. Day passes are at €9, an all-time low amongst gyms in the area. Additionally, there is the option of the 5 and 10-day packages at €40 and €75, respectively. 

Address: Via Guglielmo Ciamarra, 32, 00154 Roma RM, Italy

Operating Hours: 

Weekdays 8am - 10pm

Saturday 9am - 5pm

Sunday Closed

Phone: +39 06 574 0601

4. CrossFit Villa Albani

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Website: http://www.crossfitvillalbani.com/

CrossFit Villa Albani is a gym offering high-intensity interval & weight training instruction multiple times daily, which mainly focuses on CrossFit training style. The lessons are held with no more than 15 people per session which allows instructors and coaches to concentrate on their students. CrossFit Villa Albani is also known to host multiple outdoor CrossFit events as well. 

If you are looking for a fancy gym, my warning is - do not go to this gym. However, I am certain you will find a fitness family there, where coaches and fitness enthusiasts share the same passion for CrossFit. The entry fee is €15. You are bound to make your money worth through a sweaty and heated session!

Address: Via Salaria, 105, 00198 Roma RM, Italy

Phone: +39 06 8893 3115

5. Palestra all'aperto

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Are you excited for something more old school, rustic, and FREE? This public 'gym' located at Parco Della Caffarella, is a perfect place to work out under the open sky. The sky is the limit to the types of different exercises you can do there. 

Tourists visiting Rome should visit this place! It is a pretty ghetto gym tuck in one of the parks in Rome. You are sure to get a good old tan too!

Address: 00179 Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

6. Doria Center

Website: http://www.doriacenter.it/

The gym itself is reasonably well equipped but expensive at €30 per entry. There are a lot of trainers and fitness equipment, yoga, pilates, aerobics and suitable for females with their wellness aspect, 

There is a spa, a hot tub, and a sauna too after your workout. It also comes with a sports and fitness restaurant for food. 

For heavyweight training, there seems to be a lack of weighted free weights (up to 44kgs) plates for the squat rack.

It is located near several landmarks too like Museo Delle Cere Di Roma, Basilica dei Santi XII Apostoli, and Church of Saint Mark Evangelist 'al Campidoglio'.

Address: Via del Plebiscito, 117, 00186 Roma RM, Italy

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Valerie Neui
I went to Italy during my university exchange back in 2019. I fell in love with the country, the culture and food. I think I left a piece of me there!
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