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Thanks to the Omnia Card you will be able to access a wide range of attractions with preferential admissions to the main artistic and religious sites in Rome.
The catacombs are underground areas that were born between the end of the second and the beginning of the third century AD, used for the burial and funeral commemoration of the members of the Christian community. Some of these rooms are richly decorated, others have housed the tombs of the martyrs who during the Middle Ages attracted the devotion of numerous pilgrims.
The Lateran complex includes several places of great interest: the Basilica with its Cloister, the Baptistery and the Scala Santa which contains inside the Papal Chapel of the Sancta Sanctorum.
The Archbasilica of SS. Salvatore e dei Santi Giovanni Battista ed Evangelista, more commonly known as St. John Lateran, is the oldest church in the West.
Commissioned by Emperor Constantine after his conversion and victory over Maxentius, it was consecrated in 324 AD. And this is why it is defined as the mater et caput of all the churches of Rome and of the world.
This basilica is the cathedral of the diocese of Rome and the seat of the Bishop of Rome, the Pope.
The Lateran Palace, the House of the Bishop of Rome, opens its doors to the public.
Ten rooms for almost three thousand square meters that cross the first floor of the Apostolic Palace. Between art, spirituality and faith that are intertwined in the discovery of the papal apartment and the room where the Lateran Pacts were signed.
Art and Faith
Choose here and live an unforgettable experience in the wonders of Christian Italy. Museums, Monuments, Churches, Monasteries, Spiritual Experiences, Weekends, Urban Trekking, Walks and Cities.
See places. Observe faces. Listening to sounds and noises, perceiving smells and fragrances, tasting foods and flavors.
Treading the land of the place you visit.
Book easily and experience a unique and safe journey.