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We received a tip from a friend to visit this place and we were not disapointed. First walking in to a small beautiful church from 12th century but that is not all. In a room they are selling tickets for 10€/person if you wish to...More
If you are near the Colloseum take a short walk across the street to Basilica of San Celemente. You have the Basilica of St Clement constructed in the twelfth century sitting on top of the original Basilica referred to by St Jerome in 392AD. Underneath...More
This relatively small basilica is worth a peep just for the art and history of the current building, but it hides the incredible secret of 2000 years of ancient history in three lower levels excavated by an amazingly historically astute Irish priest who was a...More
This is one of the off the beaten path basilica's that you can find. They are everywhere in Rome. We heard about it from a friend who listened to Travel with Rick Steves. Definitely glad we got to go.
The first level is a catholic...More
you are in rome: perfect combination of excavation and church. archeology and religion.
make sure you check the times before you show up
and it is 10 euros. not available on the roma card
you need to see all of it! for me the last...More
You cannot take pictures inside this beautiful Basilica but admission is free for the Basilica only. It is a 10 Euro admission fee for a self tour of the historic underground and it is interesting but flawed. You get to see part of a 3rd...More
The Basilica of San Clemente is truly one not to be missed. The incredible history that is packed into its three levels is amazing and it is very interesting learning about the history of the churches. I highly recommend it.
The church is free to enter but there us a 10 euro ticket price to go in the excavated part where you can investigate the older church and then even further down the even older first century mithraeum used by the cult of mithras. Also...More
We had visited San Clemente years ago on our own and enjoyed the experience, but this place is so full of history ,we thought we should use a guide this time. Our guide from More of Rome was great. The hours flew by. We would...More
Sorry we went on a guided tour with a company called "The Roman Guy". The guide was an archaeologist and spoke perfect English, she also took us to the original paving on the Via Appia and The Catacombs.. I suggest you... More
Sorry we went on a guided tour with a company called "The Roman Guy". The guide was an archaeologist and spoke perfect English, she also took us to the original paving on the Via Appia and The Catacombs.. I suggest you Google The Roman Guy web site and book through them. Very worth while experience. They only take small groups of 12 and give you Bluetooth headphones so you don't miss any information by being at the back of a crowd.