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Pantheon

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Dedicated to the seven planetary divinities and featuring an interior of gorgeous marble, the Pantheon is one of the most impressive monuments of Augustan Rome.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Piazza della Rotonda, 00186 Rome, Italy
Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
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+39 347 8205204
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I'm gonna be very honest. I didn't had high expectations but this amazed me, it's so beautiful, it's a must go!

Thank KuryMush
Reviewed today

Can't believe this is still in one piece it's an amazing building you must go inside to look it's fantastic..

Thank blaze910
Reviewed yesterday

If you like Roman history and architecture this is a must see. Like most places in Rome, its a very crowded place mid-day so be prepared. It's also free which is a bonus.

Thank Ryan S
Reviewed yesterday

The Pantheon is an amazing building. It’s architecture is just astounding. Best of all admission is free of charge.Also, for those that do not know.... The Pantheon is actually a Roman temple that was turned into a church.

Thank cobrasberger67
Reviewed yesterday

A magical place, It is an exquisite monument with elegant amazing proportions. The materials, the light coming in through the oculus create a beautiful interior. Fascinating history. Since it is a church, visitors are asked to be quiet which improves the experience. Spend time here...More

Thank Elizabeth W
Reviewed yesterday

Beautiful, 2,000 year old testimony of superior Roman architecture, well worth 30 minutes of your time. Always crowded, so get there early to enjoy it best, and be sure to download Rick Steve's audio guide to get the most from your visit.

Thank Studio9
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We loved seeing the pantheon and it’s incredible roof, for being a free attraction it is superb! The only downside we had was the staff interrupting regular to tell people to be quiet. However they only had two signs away down by the front so...More

Thank Leah C
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Pantheon was truly amazing. My husband and I were in awe of it’s majestic feel. I didn’t expect it to be so huge, lol. It is free to enter and visit. Very crowded but a must see if you’re in Rome.

Thank mahahazou
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Such a beaufiful building!!! So many tourists that it bothered us too fully enjoy this beautiful temple/church. Pity...

Thank Seppe H
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

To think this place is still standing from the time Jesus walked the earth is pretty amazing. In reality now used as a church. Quickly went in & out

Thank DeeSi B
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Doris B
16 October 2018|
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Response from Annasach | Reviewed this property |
I believe that you can get an audio-guide "in house" so you could make it a "tour"; but if you mean is it a good idea to visit- yes. Why? Because it is free, it is impressive and very much part of Roman history as it... More
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Dee L
11 October 2018|
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Response from CLSCheryl | Reviewed this property |
Was free to enter
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Mind K
30 September 2018|
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Response from John P | Reviewed this property |
Our guide told us the city has reduced the budget for lighting monuments. Our night tour was very disappointing.
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