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Pantheon

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Dedicated to the seven planetary divinities and featuring an interior of gorgeous marble, the Pantheon is one of the most impressive monuments of Augustan Rome.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Piazza della Rotonda, 00186 Rome, Italy
Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
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+39 347 8205204
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Reviewed today

We turned the corner from Sal. Crescenzi and...wow. The front view took our breath away. You do not appreciate the architecture of the dome until you see it from inside. We spent less than an hour there but worth every minute.

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Reviewed today

Everything you think it should be - the outer is ancient and amazingly presented in a stunning square, and the inside is beautifully arranged in a catholic fashion. Worth the free entry

Thank Courtney A
Reviewed today

Rome is filled with amazing monuments, Arts & Architecture ....as part of that Pantheon is one of the iconic to see. Gigantic Pillars supported sloped roof & Dome ...Beautiful Architecture. And more over street Musicians made us more joy !....it is recommended to have Walk...More

Thank Suseemaha
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The pantheon is a very old catholic church in Rome, as well as many of the roman structures where converted into catholic churches and temples. The most interesting at this church is the oculus at the top, it is totally open , when rains the...More

Thank Pablo L
Reviewed yesterday

Wasn't sure if I needed to see this. Glad I stopped. The interior is magnificent! This structure welcomes thousands of visitors daily.

Thank Martha1105
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A simply amazing building, both inside and outside. My favourite building in Rome (which says a lot!). The main pillars were transported, each as one piece of marble, from various regions in the Roman Empire. They are still dazzling people after 2,000 years. Inside the...More

Thank ScottishTemplar
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very beautiful place. Lots to see inside and not too crowded where you can’t move. Reasonable priced little gift shop with suggested donations. Definitely glad I’ve had a look at such a beautiful building

Thank pauliephillips
Reviewed yesterday

Go see the Pantheon if you're in Rome. It was built as a Roman temple and then converted to a church. That conversion probably saved the structure because the church took care of it. It's really impressive on the inside. The rotunda with the oculus...More

Thank P Michael H
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This building has an interesting history and is a work of art in itself. The challenge is to see it with large crowds coming and going. It is popular and it is an area of the city with many tourist sites, so gets a lot...More

Thank Riverdog1
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We did this tour without a guide so had no insider knowledge of the historical significance but when in Rome it is worth popping in for sure.

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Rahul C
15 August 2018|
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Response from Nutpea | Reviewed this property |
We have just visited. Free to get in. No queue as every one just comes and goes as they please. We visited in the afternoon. Enjoy. Very nice place to sit and contemplate for a bit. Avoid if raining as there is a huge hole... More
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Dakinno
5 June 2018|
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Response from onyxsage | Reviewed this property |
It is accessible from what I saw (ramp), but the area around it is cobblestoned and it's probably miserable to navigate. Much of Rome is rough cobblestones.
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dianaprada2018
1 May 2018|
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Train station is far.. take a bus .. there is one route ticket which can be used for train as well bus.. we took bus no. 87 from colloseum to senato .. and walked for piazza navona Else get down at barbering or spagna... More
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