Rome is often called the city of Churches and Domes. Indeed, there are more than 200! Are you willing to try full immersion into the Christian heart of the city?
Not for Tourist Rome will guide you to relive the seventeen centuries that make up the history of the churches of the capital city. Together, let’s visit the traditional Abbey (Italian: Basiliche) and the most hidden little churches. Early Christian (and Paleochristian), medieval, gothic, renaissance, baroque and modern churches, in Rome there is no lack of choice!
Discover with us the unexpected beauty that made the religious, social and artistic history of the “Città Eterna” (Eternal City)!
“The Papal Basilicas”: discover with us the wonderful “major basilicas” (the title given to the four highest-ranking Roman Catholic churches) and papal basilicas in Rome, unique places full of art and spirituality: Archbasilica of St. John Lateran (Italian: S. Giovanni in Laterano), Holy Stairs (Italian: Scala Santa), Papal Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore.
“Churches of the Celio (on the Celian hill)”: a stroll to discover the beautiful and little known churches of the Celio; a few steps away from the Colosseum, you will visit monuments, frescos and archaeological jewels that testify to the existence of different eras: Santi Giovanni e Paolo basilica Church (Italian: Chiesa di SS. Giovanni e Paolo), Basilica of Santa Maria in Domnica, San Gregorio al Celio Church, Basilica of Saint Clement (Italian: Basilica di San Clemente al Laterano).
“Mons Aventinus”: a striking visit to the Aventine Hill and its churches. It is located through the most ancient and southernmost of Rome's seven hills, from which you can enjoy a beautiful panorama overlooking the monuments of ancient Rome: Church of Sant'Anselmo all'Aventino, the outide walls of Saint Sebastian, or the San Sebastiano al Palatino, Santa Prisca, or Basilica of Saint Sabina (Italian: Basilica di Santa Sabina all'Aventino).