If you do not know yet where to spend the long weekend of the end of October e first days of November, we recommend you to visit Rome and the Pantheon! four days, the ideal time to visit a city like Rome that offers many things to do and see. The solemnity of All Saints…
PANTHEON GUIDED TOURS FOR VISITORS IN ENGLISH, ITALIAN, FRENCH AND GERMAN
From tourist to pilgrim…
“Become a pilgrim and rediscover who you are, what you love, what you hope for and desire. Search and let yourself be found. We are happy to be your travel companion.”
THE PANTHEON: THE TEMPLE OF ALL GODS
Built by Agrippa between 25 and 27 BC, the Pantheon was a temple dedicated to the twelve Gods and to the living Sovran. Traditionally it is believed that the present building is the result of the radical reconstruction by Hadrian between 118 and 125 AD.
The Pantheon is the only ancient Roman building that has remained practically intact through the centuries. It was an inspiration to Raphael, one of the greatest architects of the Renaissance, and he requested it be his place of eternal rest. Come discover the many facets of the impressive monument on a guided Pantheon tour.
Services Available at the Pantheon
Visitor welcome and info at the D’Uva Pilgrims’ desk inside the Pantheon. Come by and browse the services we offer.
Open all day to welcome visitors, faithfuls and pilgrims.
The official audio tour to visit the Basilica of Santa Maria ad Martyres: 15 listening points available in 8 languages.
You will find totem touch screens from which you can access all the contents, including videos, interactive maps and more.
CALENDAR OF RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES: EVENTS OF THE FAITH AND CELEBRATIONS
Take a guided tour of the Pantheon, admire the largest unsupported dome in the world on a 1-hour guided tour. Book your tour now!
- In-Person Guide
- 1 Hour
Discover the best-kept monument of ancient Rome, with the official audio tour of the Basilica (available in 8 languages): 15 listening points, for a total of over 30 min of audio.
- Audio Guide
- 35 Minutes
“The best preserved monument of ancient Rome, a privileged place of dialogue between art and faith”
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