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Santa Maria della Vittoria

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Via Venti Settembre 17, 00187 Rome, Italy
Ludovisi / Via Veneto
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For our day of exploring the sculptures of Gian Lorenzo Bernini in Rome, one of our first stops was at Santa Maria della Vittoria, to see his famous sculpture of the Ecstasy of Saint Theresa. It is magnificent, but there are also a few strange...More

Thank Charming_Karl
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Small but beautifully decorated church which is free to enter and contains one of the world's most famous sculptures.

Thank Paul R
Reviewed 19 August 2018 via mobile

Rome has many beautiful churches but this one is one of the nicest in my humble opinion! It has great artwork!

Thank Melanie R
Reviewed 12 August 2018

I wanted to see the beautiful Bernini sculpture of "The Ecstasy of St Teresa" but was not prepared for what inside this humble looking church. The frescoes and relief sculpture absolutely blew me away. The day before we had visited the Sistine Chapel, which while...More

Thank HelenK1975
Reviewed 4 August 2018

We visited Santa Maria Della Vitorria on our last full day in Rome. I’m glad we went and didn’t miss it as this cathedral is another beauty. As with quite a few of the other cathedrals / basilicas it doesn’t look that impressive from the...More

Thank Chris F
Reviewed 1 August 2018

This church is very close to Piazza della Republica and was built in early 17th Century, following the design of Maderno. Inside, the most notable feature is the ecstasy of St. Teresa - a Spanish saint that had a vision of a serahim, piercing her...More

Thank Milen D
Reviewed 1 August 2018

Sometimes when I am traveling whether with family or alone I like to wander around a city alone and just let things happen. No planning. Well after some great touring recommend by people on Trip Advisor (Vasco Sintra was for sure great through a tour...More

Thank DavidSchneider
Reviewed 24 July 2018 via mobile

Out of the many churches we visited this one was one of our favorites. Saint Therese in ecstasy. Such an interesting story and one of the most beautiful sculptures. Highly recommend. Note, it is under renovation so don’t be disappointed when you come and you...More

Thank Chris B
Reviewed 17 July 2018

Three tips right off: 1) the sculpture was under renovation and significantly obstructed when I visited in June; 2) it's well-worth paying a couple of euros to turn on the lights; and 3) opening hours in latest edition of Rick Steves guide are incorrect. Although...More

Thank Christine S
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

It's a must visit place when in Rome. Do go through the war museum and use the elevator to go to the top. You will have to get a ticket which is right there and then but it's worth going right to the top.

Thank Bela K
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Response from Craig M | Reviewed this property |
Opening / Closing the Church; Morning: 7.00 / 12.00; Afternoon: 15.30 / 19.00 Time for a visit to the Church: weekdays (08: 30-12: 00) and (15: 30-18: 00) Sundays and holidays: the morning in the interval between the Holy... More
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Response from Horace C | Reviewed this property |
I support the comments from bob2bkk. I would add as the others have also stated, earlier the better so crowds are less and you cab enjoy fully.
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