Former temple now church. The Pantheon is larger then most temples and is beautifully maintained (inside). It's free and there's no line. Go go go
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This 2000 years old building still in a great condition. Original doors!!! Inside tombs of the Kings of Italy and Raphael.
I went in the afternoon so lots of crowds but they move fast thru the building. Great foto opps inside and out. I visited here, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona and the Spanish Steps in like 2 hrs, pretty close by and with my 76yr old...More
One of Rome's flagship sights. Has lost its ornamentation, but structure is still impressive. Nothing ornamental inside other than the oculus through which light comes in. The tomb of Raphael, some sculptures, the tomb of the important royal family (including Queen Margharita on whom the...More
We enjoyed our time at the Pantheon because we started early and beat the crowds that poured in after we got there. All of the major tourist attractions in Rome always come with an element of surprise that are provided by the locals who try...More
We assumed that there was a fee involved to go into the Pantheon and when we saw the extremely long lines to get in we decided against it. We then returned later in the day and found out that it was free and we noticed...More
Most of the sites in Rome have expensive tickets and long lines. Besides the inherent value of seeing the Pantheon, it was really refreshing to just walk in with no expense and no wait. GO if you're in Rome!
Went by this site a few time during our Rome stay,it was always busy, didn't have to wait too long to get in late may. We downloaded the audio guide from Rick Steve so we could appreciate better the history of this building. St-Peter's basilica...More