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Parrocchia S. Pietro Apostolo

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Parrocchia S. Pietro Apostolo

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Small-Group Full-Day Trip to Florence and Pisa from Rome
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Small-Group Full-Day Trip to Florence and Pisa from Rome

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If you only have a limited amount of time to explore Italy’s highlights, this full-day tour from Rome offers a seamless way to sightsee. With just a small group for company, head out in the morning in a comfortable vehicle directly to Florence. See Brunelleschi’s Dome, visit the leather market, and more—you have the freedom to explore independently. Next, continue to Pisa and its UNESCO-listed Piazza dei Miracoli, where you can see the world-famous Leaning Tower among other attractions.
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Rishabh T wrote a review Jan 2016
Jaipur, India13 contributions2 helpful votes
It's very old and well preserved, if you just want to visit the church you don't need to pay anything. inside it could be really dark so I advise you to choose a sunny day. Well I lived in front the church ;) Enjoy jesi
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Date of experience: January 2016
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Dino098 wrote a review Apr 2015
East Bridgewater, Massachusetts105 contributions63 helpful votes
As soon as we confirmed our trip to Rome, we made reservations to tour the Scavi - the burial place of St. Peter under St. Peter's Basilica. There are a limited number of tours each day and tours are offered in several different languages. Reservations need to be made well in advance especially if you will be in Rome during high tourist season. Our guide was, Cindy. She was fantastic. She spoke excellent English and did a wonderful job of explaining everything about where we were; the history of how this space was discovered by archeologists; and how St. Peter's remains were identified and then reburied here. The area where you are going is quite compact so if you have a tendency toward being claustrophobic or have difficulty walking in uneven and narrow spaces this might not be the place for you to go. At the end of the tour of the Scavi Cindy provided, we ended up under St. Peter's where many of the Popes' are buried and from there were able to get right into St. Peter's without going through the long security lines (you do go through security on your way into the Scavi). I would strongly recommend this visit.
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Date of experience: March 2015
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Smartravelholic wrote a review Aug 2014
Zermatt, Switzerland70 contributions70 helpful votes
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While visiting the cathedral in Jesi we were suggested going to that church either. It's really hidden in the narrow streets of the medieval city center (the walk itself is worth the visit!) just 3/4 minutes walk from the main squares and the "Corso". The churc's facade and the steps are very original and somehow reminded us of Piazza di Spagna in Rome. The church interior is very well kept, with impressing XVI-XVII canvas on religious themes and a hidden fresco (behind a painting on a side altar.... crazy!). Not many people know it (and it's not written anywhere) but under the church pavement there are archeological excavation that you can visit (just ask the pastor or church personnel). You get there through a room with an introductory exhibition of panels (i think they were only in italian) and after that you get inside the church's basement where for more than 15 years they have been removing sand, discovering archeological exhibits (pottery of any century: 17th to 4th) graves, medieval paintings, skeletons... an a roman mosaic at last. They said it is the only place in Jesi where you can see all the different levels of the city from the roman time up to the contemporary. It was one of the best things we visited over there!
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Date of experience: July 2014
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