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Pantheon: Audioguide

5 €
Dauer: 90 Minuten
Audioguide
Kostenlose Stornierung
Highlights
Inklusive
Ticketinformationen
Stornierungsfrist
  • Besuchen Sie das am besten erhaltene Gebäude des antiken Roms, das Pantheon!
  • Dieser römische Tempel, der sich in eine katholische Kirche verwandelt hat, wurde von Michelangelo einst als „Werk der Engel“ bezeichnet.
  • Schalten Sie Ihren Multimedia-Audioguide ein und begeben Sie sich auf eine Reise durch das Pantheon – von den Grabstätten bis hin zum offenen Kuppelauge.
  • Mit Ihrem Audioguide reisen Sie durch 2000 Jahre römischer Geschichte, lauschen spannenden Geschichten und erfahren mehr über die Highlights des Pantheons – der moderne Audioguide bringt das antike Bauwerk für Sie zum Leben.
  • Audioguide
  • Freier Eintritt ins Pantheon

Es stehen die folgenden Ticketvarianten zur Auswahl:

  • Offizieller Pantheon-Audioguide
  • Digitaler Audioguide in der Nähe des Pantheons

Achtung:

  • Der Eintritt ins Pantheon ist frei.
  • Der Audioguide kostet 5 Euro und kann vom Standort in der Nähe des Pantheons abgeholt werden.
  • Sie können diese Tour bis zu 24 Stunden im Voraus stornieren, um eine vollständige Rückerstattung zu erhalten.

Official Tour of the Pantheon

25 €
Duration: 1 Hr
Mobile Tickets
Guided Tour
Free Cancellation
Highlights
Options Available
Cancellation Policy
  • Immerse yourself in an exciting, 1-hour official guided tour of one of Rome's most stunning ancient temples, the Pantheon.
  • Since each group will have fewer than 10 people, you can enjoy personalized attention from your guide.
  • Begin with seeing the statue of the Elephant and its Obelisk - the plinth refers to Isis and is dedicated to St Mary.
  • When you read it, you will be reminded that it takes a strong spirit, like that of an elephant, to support reliable wisdom.
  • Follow your guide through the Pantheon and see its oculus, also known as the 'Eye of the Pantheon.'
  • Fun fact: on the midday of every 21 April (the founding date of Rome), the sunlight strikes the metal grille above the door, filling the entranceway with light. This would have illuminated the emperor in ancient times.
  • Pay your respects at the tomb of Raphael, one of the greatest painters of the Renaissance.
  • Your guide will also point out the Basilica of Neptune, and tell you about its history; it was built in celebration of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa's naval victories at Mylae, Naulochus, and Actium.

These are the options you can choose from:

  • English Guided Tour
  • French Guided Tour
  • Spanish Guided Tour
  • Italian Guided Tour
  • Get a full refund on canceling up to 24 hours before the schedule.

Navona Underground, Pantheon and Trevi Fountain Walking Tour

42 €
Skip the Line
Mobile Tickets
Guided Tour
Free Cancellation
Highlights
Reduced Pricing
Cancellation Policy
  • Meet your tour guide at Navona Square, and go for a walk through the bustling piazza.
  • It is one of the most beautiful squares in Rome and has been built over the ruins of the ancient circus of Domitian.
  • Today the Navona Piazza is lined with beautiful pastel palazzi sprinkled with ornate Baroque fountains like the famous Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini.
  • You also get to enjoy an exclusive skip-the-line entrance at Navona Square underground.
  • This UNESCO World Heritage Site was Rome's first permanent venue for gladiator games and competitive athletics.
  • Explore the Pantheon, the legendary Roman temple dedicated to all divinities.
  • It is said that the Pantheon is the most well-preserved ancient temple in the world.
  • Michelangelo was so awestruck by its beauty that when he saw it for the first time, he declared it to be angelic, rather than human, in design.
  • Head over to Trevi Fountain, the largest and best-known fountain in Rome.
  • Make sure to toss a coin - in doing so, it grants you the wish of returning to Rome one day!
  • Your guide will tell you all about the fascinating history of the fountain (it dates back to the year 19 BC).
  • Interestingly, the fountain derives its name from Tre Vie (three ways) since it was the meeting point of three streets.
  • End your tour at the Campidoglio and from a fantastic spot, enjoy the best view of the Roman Forum and the Colosseum at night!

Children aged 6-17yrs enjoy reduced pricing on their voucher (carry a valid photo ID).

  • Get a full refund on canceling up to 24 hours before the schedule.