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Church and Historic Site
Sant'Eustachio, Rome
  • Bahadır
    "One of the most gorgeous structures of both ancient and modern Rome."(14 Tips)
    Elite Club Vacanze
    "first king and the artist Raphael."(11 Tips)
    Jennifer H.
    "Definitely must check out the oculus"(8 Tips)
    Marina C. C.
    "the most preserved ancient Rome monument.... my favourite!!"(17 Tips)
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  • Benjamin 🚀
    Benjamin 🚀September 26, 2015
    My favorite place in all of Rome! Some 2000 years old and still kicking! Spring for an audio tour to get the full experience, stop by Raphael's tomb and admire the amazing engineering! 😄🇮🇹
    Upvoted Jun 27
  • Emily B.
    Beautiful! No fee for tickets, but make sure there isn't a mass going on, they may have the public leave early. It is now a church. At night when it is closed it is also very energetic with people
  • Shamsa L.
    Shamsa LootahOctober 8, 2014
    A must on your list of a tour in rome! Breathtaking!! Come around noon or at dusk & enjoy coffee/gelato from any of the cafés around it. The buzz of ppl around it makes it very ❤️
  • Dave S.
    This structure is fascinating and incredible. It was built almost 2,000 years ago... wrap your brain around that. Amazing. The oculus is remarkable — a cool experience should it start to rain.
  • Mark W.
    Mark WongJune 22, 2015
    Amazing! It was my favourite site in Rome. Don't need more than 15-20 minutes inside, but spend time in the piazza and take it all in early in the morning over a cappuccino!
  • Baturalp T.
    Baturalp Torun2 weeks ago
    The line moves really quick! Must visit and feel the interior. Fascinating to see the the world's largest unreinforced concrete dome, even after 2000 years!
  • Augustus Collection
    Augustus CollectionFebruary 23, 2014
    One of Rome’s most ancient buildings, the Pantheon was built for none other than the Roman Gods themselves. It features a lot of Rome’s history and is truly a majestic place to visit. Read more
  • Ivy K.
    Ivy KayFebruary 12, 2014
    Amazing architecture! The dome is shocking! Being inside is so charming that I indeed did not want to leave... Even crowded inside it is somehow inspiring inside peace.. Indeed a masterpiece...
  • المهره الصعبه ماهي لأي خيال
    Antic temple of the Seven Gods, rebuilt by emperor Hadrian in 126 AD; currently a church. Famous for its large dome, it's the oldest brick building in the world, still having the original roofing 😀
  • Will S.
    Will StewartOctober 5, 2015
    If you can, go in the morning or evening when the sun casts a stream of light directly through the iris. Or in the rain to see the 2000 year plumbing in action.
  • Anne v.
    Anne vdBApril 29, 2014
    Alexander VII Chigi restored the ancient temple, where in its bricked-up portico vendors had their stalls. Also he laid the piazza below the portico, because the temple had 'sunken' below street level
  • Roma
    RomaMarch 24, 2012
    The Pantheon is the best-preserved ancient building in Rome. It was built (and possibly designed) by Hadrian in AD 119-128 as a temple to the 12 most important classical deities.
  • Jenna D.
    Jenna DrapkinSeptember 7, 2015
    this is the best preserved building from ancient rome and it does not disappoint. i could stand there and stare at the ceiling all day.
  • Elite Club Vacanze
    Elite Club VacanzeJune 1, 2012
    Built by Hadrian around AD 119-128, it was originally a temple to the classical deities and remains a church today, holding the tombs of the united Italy's first king and the artist Raphael.
  • Kerem U.
    Kerem UzerOctober 29, 2015
    Pantheon is a monument you need to see at least once in your lifetime. After your visit enjoy Pantheon from outside, get a nearby table.
  • Sam
    SamAugust 7, 2014
    If you're looking for an authentic bite nearby, hit up Armando al Pantheon. It's completely legit and usually devoid of tourists. Reservations are a good idea, but it never hurts to try.
  • Ani B.
    Ani BijoyanMarch 18, 2014
    free entrance, go during the day to see the sun shine through the oculus, get lost in the neighborhood. be aware of all the tourist traps, it is a tourist attraction as is everything else near by.
    Upvoted Jun 25
  • Monica V.
    Monica VargasJanuary 18
    Bus tours do not drive through here, but it is definitely a must-see before leaving Rome! Don't forget to stop by Raphael's tomb and pay your respects!
  • Rodrigo
    RodrigoJune 25, 2012
    The most beautiful Pantheon in the entire world! And the Piazza della Rotonda is probably the most beautiful in Rome! Btw, don't forget to check Piazza della Minerva.
  • Ishan C.
    Ishan ChatterjeeSeptember 29, 2015
    A hidden oasis in the middle of the city. Take some time to wander around the piazza, maybe even grab a gelato from one of the many shops nearby.
  • Amit G.
    Amit GaharwarOctober 4, 2015
    In company of the Gods and Martyrs. The dome's diameter (hemisphere) and the length of the Pantheon are equal. A marvel in itself. The dome used to be world's largest.
  • Allan
    AllanOctober 1, 2013
    Try to sneak a peek inside the Pantheon at night - seeing the moonlight shine through the oculus is a surreal and beautiful experience.
  • Guido G.
    Guido GybelsJanuary 7
    Amazing example of what the Romans were capable of building. Make sure to go inside and view the domed roof.
  • Biker&Boho T.
    Biker&Boho TucsonJanuary 8, 2015
    if it is raining in rome and you are close to the #pantheon, be sure to pop in. the rain coming in through the oculus is really beautiful.
  • Zaptravel I.
    Zaptravel IncAugust 30, 2013
    The Pantheon (meaning temple to all (pan) the Gods) was built in 160 AD, and is among the best preserved of the ancient world’s architectural structures.
  • Thunder C.
    Thunder CatDecember 10, 2014
    When you're finished looking up at the incredible domed ceiling, look down and admire the gently sloped marble floor and minute holes which allows rain water to drain away during bad weather.
  • Ed
    EdOctober 27, 2013
    A must-see when you roam in Rome. Always crowded; best to come very early in the morning. Free (no admission); because it is a church, they want you to not wear shorts.
  • Wally V.
    Wally VCJuly 26, 2013
    This is my favorite piazza in Rome after spending 10 days here. It's very intimate with the impressive timeless Pantheon in a reasonable sized piazza (not full of tourists).
  • Cheryl L.
    Cheryl LMay 25, 2015
    A definite must see. Such a remarkable historical building. Add this to your list of monuments to see and make sure the camera is fully charged.
  • S C.
    S CApril 20
    It's now a church remember to checkout the architectural details before visiting and admire the amazing design of this ancient temple.
  • Darius A.
    Darius AryaFebruary 19, 2012
    Last of the three pantheons built on site. Recently down-dated to Trajan, though completed by Hadrian. A must-see, always inspiring, original dome. Favorite.
  • Rafal W.
    Rafal WieczorekMay 29, 2012
    Competition is fierce, but the Pantheon is surely ancient Rome’s most astonishing building. This Roman temple has been standing for almost 2000 years, and it’s a unique.
  • Bekir O.
    Bekir OzbayAugust 24, 2015
    An architectural phenomenon! 2000 years old, and still has the largest unreinforced concrete dome in the world, with an oculus in the middle, no less! Remarkable!
  • Melody M.
    Melody MillerSeptember 23, 2013
    Facing the front of the building on the immediate left is a great outdoor cafe to have a glass of wine and people watch after seeing the Pantheon.
  • Jelle V.
    Jelle Van den EedeFebruary 4, 2015
    Gorgeous architecture. It rains inside but the water gets drained through a special 22 hole system that was put in place when they built it. Really impressive.
  • Bahadır
    BahadırAugust 18, 2014
    One of the most gorgeous structures of both ancient and modern Rome. Just an incredible place with a mystical feeling all around.
  • Spyros B.
    Spyros BOctober 26, 2014
    Wow this place! The exterior does not prepare you for what you will see upon crossing the huge door. Do visit it and try to spend some time in there realizing what it is about
  • 3asak
    3asakJuly 15, 2013
    The most intriguing&wonderful building I've ever visited.The vast,free standing domed roof's extremely impressive&the scale just takes your breath away.
  • Always Twirling
    Always TwirlingApril 22, 2012
    Largest dome of it's time. Note the sloped floors and the symmetry of the building. The 16 columns at the entrance way were from Egypt. Incredible
  • Quentin L.
    Quentin LafonSeptember 21, 2015
    The Pantheon is the best preserved ancient building in Rome ! One of the best monument to visit !
  • Oliver S.
    Oliver SearsJune 30, 2013
    Interesting architecture - the whole thing would fit exactly into a cube. The oculus allows rainfall into the Pantheon, whose structure holds the record for the world's largest unreinforced dome!
  • Zina A.
    Zina AlamJune 29
    With your back to the Pantheon, on your right go to La Tazza D'Oro and have granita al caffe doppia panna (coffee)
  • Claire H.
    Claire HanzlováSeptember 30, 2014
    Among normal houses BOOOM breathtaking history (for free) realy amazing!
  • Domnule O.
    Free to visit and huge inside. The queue is fast, 5 minutes tops.
  • Eleanor G.
    Eleanor GarthSeptember 12, 2014
    Just amazing - and then go around the corner to San Crispino gelato for the best gelato ever and to contemplate how beautiful he Pantheon is!
  • Mary G.
    Mary GraceAugust 30, 2015
    A very well preserved monument. Take a picture at day and at night and don't forget the fountain 👍🏻
  • Luis C.
    Luis CastroNovember 30, 2015
    This building never stops to amaze me. You can feel the hard work it had to be done to make it in the walls. It's amazing.
  • Stephanie O.
    Beautiful architecture. If you're lucky, you may catch choir rehearsals, something to behold in such a gorgeous space.
  • Sevda D.
    Sevda DemiralSeptember 2, 2014
    Dedicated to the worship of every god (Pan-every Theon-divinity), the Pantheon was built by the Emperor Hadrian between Read more
  • Sam K.
    Sam KortekaasAugust 14, 2014
    Also very nice to see at night. Especially the fountain in front of the pantheon is nicely illuminated.
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