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Rich in history and very well worthwhile if you are in Rome. The only minor distraction are the professional beggars that stand outside asking for money. I hAve visited on over 10 occasions and they are always there chasing and preying upon tourists.
As a Christian I could not miss this place. To visit the place where the Apostle Paul was beheaded for his Christian beliefs was a humbling experience. It's not on the tourist map and we went out of our way to visit the Tre Fontane....More
I can state the obvious at to what this is and how important, but I prefer to simply state that the multiple churches and the Trappist beer vastly exceeded my expectations. It is off the usual tourist path, so some practical information follows. Get to...More
A previous reviewer has said that they were disappointed, this area is really not your Roman tourist destination, its for a religous themed trip, you will really enjoy this place if you are religous as the churches are very much authentic and unspoilt, the tourist...More
Tre Fontane – a nice garden with a chapel of The Virgin of Revelation... Bruno Cornacchiola' it's not far from the church of St. Paul Outside The Walls- bus no 671 pass by the address via Laurentina, 400, tradition from 1947 says that the virgin...More
We went with our tour group and I will recommend a visit to anyone traveling to Rome. The Abbey is a short drive outside the Roman wall. You can feel the reverence and serenity as you experience the final journey of St. Paul.