Crescenzio Terrace

Via Crescenzio, Rome, 00195, Italy
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Admission to the Pantheon

by elrandall07

I've found contradictory information, none of which seems to be an official site, about whether Pantheon admission costs money. Does anyone know if it does and how much?

Thanks for your help!

Re: Admission to the Pantheon

by puerto_lover

If you read the reviews on VT it becomes clear that entrance is Free but the Audio guide is charged (but maybe unnecessary).
The reviews are here:

Re: Admission to the Pantheon

by leics

It is free, yes, and your choice as to whether you want an audio guide or not.

If you arrive at a time when mass is being held (10.30 on Sunday, but there may be other special ones) you will not be able to explore.

Re: Admission to the Pantheon

by JennysTravels

I was there three weeks ago and we just walked into the Pantheon. I didnt even see if there was a place to pay ... if there was then oops...we didn't. Enjoy this spectacular building. It was my favorite!!

Re: Admission to the Pantheon

by Laura_Mexico

As it's already been stated, there's no admission fee. You just walk in, the building itself is big but it's almost empty, so you look at the tombs and the building inside and that's it. I had never heard about the masses and have never seen one myself taking place here.... so just check that out and if you can't go in right away just come back after a while, luckily the Pantheon is very close to other attractions so you don't have to get out of your way to visit it and/or come back if necessary. Good luck, ciao!

Re: Admission to the Pantheon

by bmill25

I believe the Pantheon is THE most amazing, free to see, site in the world. The colleseum was cool, the vatican was spectacular, but the pantheon was beyond words. The only thing that got close to rivaling it was Trevi Fountain at night.

Re: Admission to the Pantheon

by Doug-S

As mentioned, it's free. However, while there face the Pantheon and walk down the street on the right side of it. Halfway down the side, take the first street on the right and it will take you to Piazza di Santa Eustachio. In the piazza are two little places to visit... the Cafe di Santa Eustachio which has the finest coffee (they roast their own) in all of Roma. Across the street is the Il Gelatone where you'll get great gelato and a HUGE cup of it for the money. Outstanding gelato in fact.... Both are WORTH the side trip of 2 blocks!

If you're in the area for dinner, Ristorante Archimede S Eustachio is also very good... have the zucca di fiore for an appetizer...


Re: Admission to the Pantheon

by Laura_Mexico

Hey, I liked Doug's suggestions about the coffee and gelato.... I will have to try those next time I go to Rome. However, let me add my 2 cents too: right in front of the Pantheon, on a little side street, there's this place called LA TAZZA D'ORO which also has some AWESOME coffee. And for gelato, my favorite shop is behind the vatican city, it's called OLD BRIDGE and it's very popular both among locals and tourists. The whole tip is on my page if you want to take a look.... ciao!

Travel Tips for Rome

the conquering Rome

by tompt

In the ancient times Rome was not only a city, but it was an empire that conquered the world. At its height (around 100 AD) it stretched throughout Europe, parts of north africa, and the middle east. And all was done by sword.
We encountered this house with a sword in the facade. As if to prove Rome is not that dangerous anymore a peaceflag is entangled around the balcony next to the sword.

More about the Roman Empire at:

San Benedetto in Piscinula Church

by Frank001

Going across the river from the Isola Tiberina you end up in a little place of Trastevere neighborhood called piazza in Piscinula. A visit to the piazza church - San Benedetto in Piscinula - is worth a detour. there you will find the place where St. Benedict lived before going to Subiaco. The church itself is medieval and basically everything is orginal. You will find there the smallest bell tower and the oldest bell of Rome. The chuch is taking care of by the Heralds of the Gospel, a new religious community. When visiting, if you have any questions, they can answer you in English, French Italian, Spanish, Portuguese. They know their history, do not hesitate to ask since you won't find out much if you don't read italian...

La Notte Bianca

by venteeocho about Rome

The 3th edition of La Notte Bianca will be held in Rome from 8 p.m. on Saturday September 17th to Sunday September 18th, a great international event.

This year too, Rome will become from the city centre to the suburbs , a city that remains open all night, to solidarity, to art, to the cinema, the theatre and to music, to events, sports and shopping, in an unusual atmosphere in which the most daily of gestures assume the characteristics of an event, in a festive context of cultural curiosity;
a sympathetic city , that intends to attract the attention of its inhabitants to social problems, through a series of initiatives for the homeless, welcome centres, the youngsters from Rome's Municipality's 'Circuito di Accoglienza' currently placed with families, and for the blind; a city to be experienced on foot and also using public transport : all locations will be easy to get to because transport will be increased for the entire night;
ยท a city rich with interdisciplinary ideas (the visual arts, music, but also dancing, theatre, installations, visual and sound suggestions) characterised by contemporaneity and multiculturalism.

Reasonable price, close to Spanish steps

by Karahan about Otello

Otello is very close to Spanish steps. Altough, It can be hard to find where it is. There are plenty of restaurants on the street but Otello's entrance looks like a tunnel overlooking a courtyard. So you can recognize their menu and sign only.

They have various foods like meat, pasta, traditional Italian foods etc. All of them smell great. There are seats inside and outside. It would be better to sit outside in summer. Cause it's really cool and shady tables outside. Pasta and meat

Latest of the existing triumphal arches in Rome

by Huks

The Arch of Constantine is a triumphal arch in Rome, situated between the Colosseum and the Palatine Hill. It was erected to commemorate Constantine I's victory over Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge.


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