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Pantheon

Open Now: 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
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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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Pantheon has to be on everybody`s " things to se in Rome-list". This beautiful pompous antique building holds so much history, that it`s just overwhelming to look at inside. The roof is...wow:-) I spent about 1 hour in there, which was more then many of...More

Thank TMKjaer
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The magnificence speaks for itself. I downloaded a Rick Steves app onto my phone and was guided through the history of the building and the amazing points of design elements. It’s a free app and works well in all European must see spots. Really quite...More

Thank Loverofgoodfood1969
Reviewed yesterday

The Pantheon is a must-see. Don't be put off by the line to enter - it moves quickly. Remember this building is a church, Sanctae Mariae Rotundae (Saint Mary of the Rotunda).

Thank TampaTriscuit
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We went in the afternoon and went straight in didn’t need tickets. Very interesting and enjoyable. The paintings on the wall and the size of the dome are mind boggling!

Thank Elizabeth W
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Another must see site in Rome, the architecture is amazing, and it definitely does rain inside! It was very busy and a little noisy considering it’s a place of worship, although a lady did try to silence everyone at one point. A beautiful building which...More

Thank helliep2016
Reviewed yesterday

Amazing place. Serene. Peaceful. Beautiful art. Inspiring. If crowded sometimes. Even queues waiting to get in. Lots of restaurants on the square in front, mostly at night. Nice buzzy feel.

Thank Joanieyh
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Pantheon is such a grand building to behold. The stone pillars, engraving and huge dome roof are what I found particularly impressive and to think about just how many years it has stood there through generations over thousands of years is surreal! You can...More

Thank Ask_Ellie-Mae
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What a fantastic place! It's free to enter which was a bonus. We went later in the day and crowds were still huge, but we were ushered in gradually and had time to look around without being rushed. A must see if you are in...More

Thank M6157PCkathyw
Reviewed yesterday

Make sure you take time to visit this stunning building with architecture of little global equal. Best to visit before 10am as crowds build up quickly after this.

Thank Blane M
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This is a must-see in Rome. The architecture is revolutionary and it is a must for both those who love history and art. Keep in mind that you should have your shoulders covered there and it does get very crowded with tourists. Also I recommend...More

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Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
With three of Rome’s most beloved piazzas within a
five-minute walk of each other, the
Navona/Pantheon/Campo area may be the prettiest and
most picturesque area of the city. Join the beautiful
throngs hanging out in cafes, boutiques, art
galleries, and wine bars, or peek at a neighborhood
museum or monument. If you want nonstop movida, the
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Rahul C
August 15, 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
June 5, 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
May 1, 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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