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Basilica di San Clemente is a must see when traveling to Rome. The church on the street level sits on top of an underground basilica level and a further underground Mythraic temple. It is important to note it does cost 10€ to enter buts it’s...More
We enjoyed a private, guided tour of this Basilica (thanks to Ciao Tours, Canada). We had expressed an interest in touring a bit "off the beaten track" in Rome, and boy did this experience deliver!
The catacombs, architecture, and excavations were fascinating! At every turn,...More
To get a historical perspective on Rome this is the first place I take my guided tours. From this 12th century church, go down to the 4th century church and then down to the world of the 1st century with a Mithraic Temple alongside the...More
whereas the main building is nice and certainly would be the highlight in any other city, in Rome it does not peak out, if not.... there was the wonderful golden apsis and on of the most artificious cilings. worth at least a visit.
With several layers of excavation, the site is definitely worth visiting. The whole exposition is not overwhelming at all ( unlike many museums in Rome). Consider this nice stroll during hot summer day. The Roman plumbing along with 9th century tombs of the creators of...More
A basilica on top of a basilica on top of a pagan temple! It’ll blow your mind. If you really want to understand why Romans define the eternal city an archeological lasagna this is the right place. Didn’t expect to even see spring water down...More
I chanced upon this church on my way from my hotel to the Labicana bus station.
I was amazed by the simplicity of the church, which was accentuated by the fantastic mosaics and frescoes. If you have some extra time, pay the extra EUR10 entrance...More
Ancient frescos, marble columns, underground tunnels, and secret passages. And even a working ancient spring water aqueduct all punctuate a true Roman gem found in the shadows of the more famous Church of San Giovanni di Laterano. Do not miss this one.
Monti is Rome’s rebel yell. This neighborhood just west of Termini train station mixes grit with fun as it continues to fight for its reputation as a magnet for the artsy, alternative, and hipster. Every season, quirky boutiques and food spots sprout up on its cobblestone streets. The neighborhood supports unique and homegrown businesses that cater to its longtime residents as well as hipsters on the hunt. Hang out at
Piazza della Madonna dei Monti anytime after lunch and you'll always find something going on.
I suffer with back problems and managed to get down to the oldest level.The most steps are at the entrance probably around twenty steps but they are wide and well built and there are good handrails. If you take it steady im... More
I suffer with back problems and managed to get down to the oldest level.The most steps are at the entrance probably around twenty steps but they are wide and well built and there are good handrails. If you take it steady im sure you will be fine and there a bits where you can sit too if you need too. Hope you get to enjoy it.