Nearly 2,000 years old, Pantheon is the only building from the Greco-Roman world that has remained substantially intact and in continuous use throughout its long history. A marvel of ancient architecture, it still boasts the world's largest unreinforced concrete dome. Originally designed to be a temple to all the gods of the ancient Rome, the site has been used as a Roman Catholic church, dedicated to St. Mary, since the seventh century. The building features large, granite Corinthian columns. Don't skip this site if it's raining; seeing and hearing the rain pouring into this ancient building through the hole in the ceiling is a special experience. Arrange to visit Pantheon and other attractions in Rome using our Rome road trip tool.
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Tours to Pantheon
$44 BOOK WITH VIATOR Colosseum, Pantheon and Roman Forum Express: Small Group Tour Skip-the-Line Pass
Duration: 3 hours
$148 BOOK WITH VIATOR Skip the Line: Colosseum, Vatican and Historic Rome Small-Group Tour
Duration: 7 hours 30 minutes
$3 BOOK WITH VIATOR Rome Walking Tour Including the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain
Duration: 90 to 120 minutes
$41 BOOK WITH VIATOR Rome Evening Panoramic Walking Tour Including Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps
Duration: 3 hours
$9 BOOK WITH VIATOR Pantheon: The Official Audio Guided Tour (single ear headset included)
Duration: 35 minutes
This is honestly one of the most beautiful buildings in Rome, in my opinion. Definitely a must visut if you are in Rome. Go check it out! more »
Beautiful fountain and quick wait..no tickets needed but bring vax card.. Rafael Tomb and victorre Emanuel Italy first king..unique design and wonderful pedestrian area to walk/shop/dine..also quick..... more »
Iconic. Amazing place. Possibly the best place I visited in Rome. Free to enter as it's still a working Church. From the outside is big, "round" and imposing concrete. Inside it's detailed, colourful and instills a need for quiet. Originally a Roman Temple it was dedicated to numerous god's (hence the name) and holds the body of Raphael. There are audio and video points (couple of euros) which give a good overview of the place.
Smaller than I thought but still quite beautiful monument. I wouldn't have made the effort to go there for this specifically if I knew. Could be visited as part of a nice shopping round. The area is good for shopping anyway. Took nice pictures.
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