Underground Rome: a giant hidden museum tracing Rome’s past

Underground Rome: a giant hidden museum tracing Rome’s past

  1. From the excavations underneath the basilica of St. Clement, consisting of three superimposed places of religious worship, to the excavations underneath the basilica of S. Martino ai Monti with its old basilica and a previous titulus. We will finish with the Vicus Caprarius or the City of Water where the excavations underneath the Trevi quater brought to light an imposing distribution tank, the castellum aquae).

The tour will last from three to four hours (depending if we are walking the whole time or if we take taxis)

  1. Here after walking through the small archeological area of the Teatre Marcellus, we will cross the Tibur island to reach and visit the excavations underneath the basilica of St. Cecilia, where some rooms referring to athermal plant and ancient dwellings have been brought to light. We will end with the excavations underneath the basilica of St. Crisogono, where the old 4th-century basilica was built on Roman buildings and a laundry. On request, we may add an extra hour to visit the catacombs along the Appian way (by sedan car or taxi)

The tour will last three hours without considering the catacombs along the Appian way.

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CONTACTS

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+39 345 58 69 084

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