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This church has had a long history, from the first basilica that was dedicated to St. Agnes at the site of her grave by Constantia during Roman times, a new church built under Pope Honorius in the seventh century, and the most recent major...more
Via Nomentana 349 | quartiere Trieste, 00162 Rome, Italy
This site is a little out of the way but it is easily visited (and it's really worth the trip, doesn't take long), by getting off at Metro stop St. Agnese/Annibaliano on a branch of the B metro line) and a very short walk up...More
We visited the church to see the catacombs as had been recommended this experience as something worth doing in Rome. The tour was led by a very knowledgeable and personable lady and she was happy to answer questions and explain about the history of the...More
This is worth the trip especially if you can’t stand the hourds of desperate tourists at the main roman sites. The church is a tiny 7th century gem, the catacombs tour is short but interesting but the crowning glory is the mausoleum. Stunning for being...More
We loved the catacombe tour. Lasted 30-45 minutes, great for short attention spans. Inexpensive - I think 8 euro for adults, 5 euro for children. Small group. No microphone, no earbuds needed, the guide talked directly to the group. The guide is easy to understand...More
Walking through catacombs that are among the oldest in Rome, on a tour with only the four of us in our party and a very knowledgeable guide, this was a highlight of our stay in Rome. Add a lovely church and peaceful garden--perfect morning. It...More
When we arrived at the church of Sant Agnese, we discovered there was a funeral taking place, but nevertheless we were able to take a guided tour (in English) of the catacombs. The tour took 30 minutes and cost 8 Euros per person. We felt...More
Take a brake and visit Sankt Agnes. We had a 30 minute guided tour. The guide was a young lady speaking perfectly English. We went under the church and visited the Christian catacombs. No bones but a lot of history.
Go there if you need...More
Crypt inside church contains body of St Agnes whilst her head is in the Agnes in Agony church in Piazza Novona. So an opportunity to put the pieces together:) Tour guide speaks English very well. Small catacomb but many intact graves and exposed bones not...More
You don't have to make the trip just to see the church. There are enough beautifull churches in the city centre. I went there to see the catacombs (because of the positive comments I read). Unfortunally, the catacombs were already closed when I got there....More