Pantheon, Rome, Italy

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Pantheon

Piazza della Rotonda

Rome, LZ 63 00186 Italy

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  • 4 mentions in Itinerary for one week in Rome

    • Valerie S.

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      Valerie S. said, "...The Big StuffOn one of your days, be sure to do the big three: the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and the Pantheon. They're within walking distance of one another, and can easily be done in a day, at a leisurely..." See More

    • Lee W.

      Lee W. said, "...place you want to explore in depth: the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, Piazza Navona, the Jewish Ghetto, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, whatever you love. Map out several walking trips from that location, to include places you've not been before,..." See More

    • Heather Ann W.

      Heather Ann W. said, "...the Trevi FountainT to toss in a coin (thus ensuring their return to Rome), Restaurants: Osteria del Sostegno -close to the Pantheon (one of my favorite spots, the Pantheon)Ask for the Mitro served ice-cold or with an ice cube after dinner..." See More

    • Gary W.

      Gary W. said, "...them all in April and all are worth your time. Remember you can see some of them at night, like the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain, only about 4 blocks apart. Lots of light and lots of people. Also a cool..." See More

  • 3 mentions in Is it easy to get around on your own?

    • Alex J.

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      Alex J. said, "...are ready to continue, head directly East, cross the Corso Rinascimento again. 1hour: You are heading towards the Piazza Rotunda ( Pantheon ). I suggest a quick stop at the La Sapienza (university) The interior courtyard houses the beautiful and unusual..." See More

    • Paolo M.

      Paolo M. said, "...have a nice stop in the bar of the roof top terrace. After Castel Sant'Angelo walk to Piazza Navona and then Pantheon, Fontana di Trevi, Piazza Venezia, Campidoglio and finally Colosseo. From Colosseo take Metro B to Stazione Roma Termini..." See More

    • karen r.

      karen r. said, "...get around on your own. with a good map you can walk from the Spanish Steps to the Trevi Fountain to Pantheon to Piazza Navona and than the Colosseum. If your into churches, that's even easier...." See More

  • 2 mentions in Staying in Trastevere, Rome for one night. What two places should I visit?

    • Richard v.

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      Richard v. said, "...enough for an afternoon if you include the Colosseum. If you still have time, you can grab a bus to the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain or even walk that too, it is just another mile from the Colosseum. If you..." See More

    • Lee W.

      Lee W. said, "...eatery. Superb food and a view you'll always remember. From Piazza Navona/The Raphael area you can walk five minutes to the Pantheon which closes at night so go early-ish. If you go inside the Pantheon, use the Rick Steeves iPhone or..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Traveling in May - Good eats and sites to see in Italy and Greece?

    • Scott M.

      Scott M. said, "...Rome goes, I hate to be boring, but you really do have to see the well known sites, Colosseo, Vatican City Pantheon, Roman Forum, Palatine Museum - Roman Forum. Some people like places like the Trevi Fountain, and Spanish Steps..." See More

    • Tiffany W.

      Tiffany W. said, "...shopping in Rome other than food, but I absolutely cherish my little Italian good luck charm that I got near the Pantheon at a little jewelry shop on the corner. The traditional charm is usually made of gold or coral and..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What's the most beautiful building you've ever seen?

    • William S.

      William S. said, "...I still love the Alhambra, kinda of touristy, but unique. The Pantheon in Rome, nearly 200 yrs old. Much less known is the "New" cathedral in Coventry UK. it is built beside the bombed out (WWII) old cathedral...." See More

    • Laura W.

      Laura W. said, "...Tough question! I think my favorites are the Pantheon in Rome, the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona, Hagia Sophia Istanbul Old City, Museo Guggenheim Bilbao, Teatro Colón, Robie House... I could go on forever!..." See More

  • 2 mentions in 3 days in Rome - what to do?

    • Ashley and Ryan R.

      Ashley and Ryan R. said, "...The Colosseum and Roman Forum are definitely must sees! I also think the Pantheon is a must see. I didn't enjoy the Vatican Museums as much as I thought I would but if you do want to go there to save..." See More

    • Richard v.

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      Richard v. said, "...you have set your heart on seeing Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel. Do however go see Basilica di San Pietro in Vaticano. The Pantheon is a must. the surrounding square also has great coffee shops. The best is hidden just up the block...." See More

  • 2 mentions in What are the top 5 things I can't miss in Rome?

    • Alex J.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Alex J. said, "...well worth it. Next on to the Via Roma and the Pantheon. Take a quick turn to the back of the Pantheon to the Piazza Minerva where Bernini's little elephant and obelisk sculpture sits. Enter the St Maria Sopra Minerva Basilica,..." See More

    • Christene M.

      Christene M. said, "...of the names, but family owned and quaint is best! I loved seeing the Trevi Fountain at night, same with the Pantheon. Though, I am a tremendous history nerd, so those were at the top of my list. Rick Steve's..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Must See

    • Katia M.

      Katia M. said, "...I remember Rome! It was beautiful. A lot to see. But the things you must visit are: the Colosseum, the Pantheon (you have to go inside it's amazing), the Trevi Fountain (don't forget to flip a coin in backwards), the Roman..." See More

    • Thom L.

      Thom L. said, "...Sherri, Rome is a great city to walk. My faves: 1. Capitoline Hill 2. Pantheon 3. Piazza Navona 4. Villa Borghese 5. Vatican City and Vatican Museum 6. Colosseum Visit any cathedral/building that lets you in for free. There are so..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What to do in Rome if you aren't into museums and tourist traps?

    • Amy C.

      Amy C. said, "...Rome is a great place to wander, just wander. Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Piazza San Pietro, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps- all outdoor areas to just wander past and enjoy. Walk up to Monument to Garibaldi on Montevideo and enjoy..." See More

    • Nars K.

      Nars K. said, "...Tough to avoid tourists in Rome but you can try these places: Colosseo Pantheon Trevi Fountain Villa Borghese Piazza Navona Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi St. Peter's Basilica (at least the St. Peter's Square) Here's a way to explore attractions in Rome:..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What are the best main attractions in Rome?

    • Maria O.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Maria O. said, "...My must-see places are: Pantheon Trevi Fountain The ColosseoThe Spanish StepsThe Vatican Museums and Villa Borghese Try to spend some time walking around the city.....buy a gelato in Piazza Navona Have dinner in Trastevere There is so much to see that..." See More

    • Megan O.

      Megan O. said, "...I would recommend the Pantheon, Colosseum, Villa Borghese. The Villa Borghese was one of my favorites. Definitely get there early as it obviously gets crowded. There are tons of famous sculptures by Bernini including my favorite Apollo and Daphne. I..." See More

  • 2 mentions in First trip to Italy, where should we stay in Rome and Venice?

    • Marie R.

      Marie R. said, "...plan to do before picking a hotel. I've stayed near Campo de' Fiori which was easily walkable to Piazza Navona and Pantheon. This last time I stayed closer to Stazione Termini which was nice that it was near metro stops..." See More

    • buard i.

      buard i. said, "...you right in the "city". For Rome, I did the same : rent to an Italian. If you choose something between Pantheon and the Colosseum, you'll also be close to the river, and be able to walk mainly everywhere...." See More

  • 2 mentions in What to see for a day in Rome?

    • Anna G.

      Anna G. said, "...hrs: Colosseum and Roman Forum (passing by on both cases and not entering inside). Fontana di Trevi, Piazza di Spagna maybe Pantheon. For restaurants, going out etc I recommend Piazza Navona. If you have time and like to, you can..." See More

    • Nars K.

      Nars K. said, "...Colosseum - 1 hr Roman Forum - 1 hr Pantheon- 1 hr Piazza Navona or Trevi Fountain - 1 hr St. Peter's Basilica - 1 hr St. Peter's Basilica - 1 hr More ideas here: http://www.ruebarue.com/rome/ Have a great trip...." See More

  • 1 mention in Great Neighborhoods for Walking

    • Juliet W.

      Juliet W. said, "...There is a beautiful baroque fountain or Roman ruin round every corner. A good walking route is: Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona then Piazza Campo dei Fiori. (You can find lots of guides who offer this tour on..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best tourist spots in Rome, Italy

    • Scott M.

      Scott M. said, "...craving for McDonald's French fries right by the steps however. ;). I would also encourage a visit to Palatine Hill, the Pantheon, and the Trevi Fountain. I think it is also worth trying to see any Bernini works around Rome...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best way of public transportation around Rome?

    • Richard v.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Richard v. said, "...lot smaller than it seems. If you have a good pair of shoes you can walk from the Colosseum to the Pantheon in 20 minutes and you will see the most amazing sights in between...." See More

  • 1 mention in Favorite (english speaking) casual restaurants with patio seating

    • Steven G.

      Steven G. said, "...There are a number of pleasant restaurants in the piazza surrounding the Pantheon...." See More

  • 1 mention in Italy in a week, is it possible?!

    • Scott M.

      Scott M. said, "...almost every major monument in a day (or two if you want to do longer form as some places) - Colosseum, Pantheon, Spanish Steps, Vatican Museums. Rome is close enough to Naples and Florence via express trains but they're opposite..." See More

  • 1 mention in Public transportation in Rome?

    • Colin B.

      Colin B. said, "...to the centro storico area, but you'll have plenty of walking between the Campo dè Fiori , Spanish Steps and Pantheon Pantheon..." See More

  • 1 mention in Honeymoon in last week of January in Italy

    • Jaleh N.

      Jaleh N. said, "...of my friends from Southern California. If you do decide on Rome some must-see things include Piazza Navona, Roman Forum, and Pantheon. If you like art, there are a number of churches that you should visit, including the ones in..." See More

  • 1 mention in Free time on arrival day in Rome, what is there to do?

    • Maria O.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Maria O. said, "...is your first time there, and your time is limited, I would take in the Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Pantheon and maybe the Borghese Gallery and Museum. There are plenty of walking tours that are worth doing also...." See More

  • 1 mention in How long does one need to see Rome for the first time?

    • Daniel L.

      Daniel L. said, "...half an hour out of the city and well worth a visit. Later in the day we went to see the Pantheon and walked to Piazza Navona where there was lots of street entertainment that the kids will love. Day 4:..." See More

  • 1 mention in Good hotel option for a group?

    • Simoni S.

      Simoni S. said, "...I stayed in Hotel Brasile which is mediocre and cheap. The second time I stayed in an AirBnB apartment next to Pantheon with other three people! My suggestion is AirBnB for all of you!..." See More

  • 1 mention in What do with a late night in Rome?

    • Emily N.

      Emily N. said, "...warm so you can just walk around and have an epic romantic night in the city!! The square over at the Pantheon is a great place to hangout, people watch, and eat gelato well into the evening. For the best preparation:..." See More

  • 1 mention in First trip to Italy--help me do it right

    • Danielle A.

      Danielle A. said, "...For Rome: The Vatican Museums and Pantheon are must sees in Rome has Raphael's tomb. Also, If you are looking for a place to grab a drink, check out La Botticella, it is just a few blocks away from the Pantheon...." See More

  • 1 mention in Best itinerary for 5 days covering Paris and Rome

    • Polly B.

      Polly B. said, "...Basing my itinerary around that idea... Day One visit Vatican City (St. Peter's, the Sistine Chapel, museums), have dinner near the Pantheon and stroll around Piazza Navona. Day Two visit the Colosseum and Roman Forum, in the evening walk to the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Tips preparing for a backpacking trip through Italy?

    • Roni K.

      Roni K. said, "...in Rome - that will be sufficient to see the city, main points of interest, etc. - Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Colosseum, Roman Forum, Vatican City, St. Peter's Basilica, and to explore other neighborhoods, such as Trastevere. After, I..." See More

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