This post will focus on how to visit the Roman Pantheon and take a tour of the historic site. In addition to helping you plan your trip, we will also give you an idea of what to expect and provide ticket information.
The following section will help you plan your outing to the Roman Pantheon. We’ll discuss the best times to visit, hours of operation, what to expect, nearby attractions and other important details you may want to know before visiting this landmark.
This photo of Pantheon is courtesy of TripAdvisor.
Best Times to Visit
As with most historic landmarks, the Pantheon can get pretty busy during certain times of the day/week. With that in mind, visitors who want to avoid the crowds will need to consider making their trip during the quieter hours.
In this post, we will explain why this location is popular, how to plan your visit, and some nearby attractions you may want to visit. We will also provide tips on when to go, what to see and do and how to get there.
Named after the nearby Spanish Embassy, these historic steps have been in Rome since 1723. You will find Piazza di Spagna at the bottom and Piazza Trinita dei Monti at the top. Located on the eastern side of the old city center, there are a lot of interesting places to see in the area.Read more »
This post includes information on the four best Rome tourist passes. We list prices, what’s included, and if they are worth buying. Trying to see all the sights in Rome can feel overwhelming. Between the city museums, archaeological sites, the Vatican, tours, and hop-on, hop-off buses, it’s hard to find the time and money to check off all your must-dos. Fortunately, discount tourist passes can help you save both time and money.
This post will provide you with several different ideas for things to do in Rome during the month of June. In addition to our top 10 events, we’ll also discuss free things to do, fun things to do at night and some family-friendly activities.
This list will provide a selection of the most interesting events you can enjoy during the month of June in Rome. We’ll do our best to let you know if any of these opportunities are especially good ideas for free, night time, or family-friendly activities.
This post will focus on both the tours available in Pompeii and how you can reach the site from Rome. There are several opportunities to explore this location in great detail. The following information will help you decide which method to use in order to reach your destination.
This post will provide information about how to visit the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, including the best time to go, how to skip the line, guided tours and a preview of the highlights. Be sure to also check out our guide to visiting St. Peter’s Basilica.
This post covers how to visit St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City, including tips on avoiding crowds, how to reach the dome, how to see the Pope as well as visit the Vatican’s necropolis. Be sure to also check out our guide on how to visit the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel.
This post will focus on the Rome metro system and how to use it. If you’re looking for a cheap and affordable method to get around Rome, it’s important to know that they have an extensive public transportation system. There are a lot of different tickets you can purchase for a variety of services throughout the city including buses, streetcars, and commuter trains. And after reading this, it feels like too much, then read our post on hop-on-hop-off buses.
This post will help travelers get from the Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport to the city center in Rome, including local and express trains, express buses, shared shuttles, private cars, and taxis. Each has its pros and cons and we explain them in the following sections. Be sure to read our guide to Rome’s Metro system.