Things to do for Spiritual Seekers in Rome and Surrounds, Italy 

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    St Peter's Basilica

    165 reviews

    Cover your shoulders and legs but make sure you make it into St Peter's. Even if you have to brave the lines. The awe-inspiring feeling when you walk into St Peter's is beyond words. Just ignore the crowds and take in the shockingly beautiful architecture, sculptures, stained glass and art work. Well worth the wait!

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    Saint Peter's Square

    125 reviews

    Local Culture , Spiritual Seekers,Students ,Art & Design Lovers

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    Vatican Museums

    119 reviews

    Probably the most important collection of religious artwork in the entire world. For starters, the Vatican Museums are home to the Sistine Chapel, the most famous artwork of the Renaissance. Raphael's School of Athens is another important work. My favorite exhibits were actually the modern religious artwork. We are so often focused on past centuries when considering religious art that ...

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    238 reviews

    Is and always will be one of my favorite places in Rome. To step into the Pantheon on a hot day with little crowds is like stepping into another world. They way the sun shines down on the floor and the peacefulness of the place is just overwhelming. Knowing this incredible building was built at a time when technology and ...

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    Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore

    57 reviews

    I would pass by this church every day on my way to school, and it always took my breath away. The facade is not as extravagant as some other churches in Rome, but just knowing that it is one of the oldest of its kind is impressive enough. The square is great to sit in and people watch, since it's ...

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    Trevi Fountain

    402 reviews

    Absolutely stunning at night. Local frozen yogurt and desert shops make the Trevi an even sweeter after dinner spot. Super romantic too!

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    514 reviews

    Amazing historic sight. I highly suggest the walking tour, worth every second! I would visit the Colosseum twice, day and night. Lovely place!

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    Sistine Chapel

    114 reviews

    You'll appreciate seeing famous scenes (like the Creation of Adam) in person. It's at the end of a VERY long museum tour, so you may be tired by the time you get to the chapel. But don't rush yourself. The guards will try to keep you from stopping in the walkways, so just step off to the side so you ...

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    Capuchin Crypt

    15 reviews

    The Capuchin Crypt is a unique meditation on death constructed by the monks themselves, with the bones of their deceased brothers.

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    San Giovanni in Laterano

    23 reviews

    Although the Pope is, of course, most associated with St. Peter's, Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano (Basilica of St. John Lateran) is the official cathedral of the Pope, in his role as Bishop of Rome. This Baroque basilica incredible and is definitely worth a visit, perhaps not on your first trip to Rome, but on another visit. It is ...

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    Papal Audience

    6 reviews

    Nice if you can get one. Try not to curse. The Pope speaks and blesses publicly on several occasions. Worth going and rubbing religious elbows in the crowd if it happens while you are in Rome.

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    Saint Clement's Basilica

    13 reviews

    History buffs will drool over visiting Saint Clement's Basilica, a church on top of a church, on top of a church. Accidental excavations revealed a 4th century A.D. church underneath the medieval basilica, which just happens to be directly on top of a 1st century A.D. Mithraic chapel.

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    Spanish Steps

    166 reviews

    Each time I visit Rome I never fail to go to this spot. First its fun to people watch, next its right next to the fashionable streets of Via Condotti and Via Del Curso just need to watch out for pickpockets :)

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    Castel Sant'Angelo

    86 reviews

    A serious Roman landmark, the Castel Sant'Angelo is also fun to visit. Peep inside at historical artifacts or see if you can get an invite to one of the events and performances held on the roof.

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    San Pietro in Vincoli

    25 reviews

    Go Here! Fabulous Michelangelo statue of Moses with no protective plexiglass. Put small coins in box to turn on lights to see it best. Quiet and uncrowded place to pay homage to the sculpture.

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    Chiostro del Bramante

    7 reviews

    The Chiostro del Bramante, one of the high points of Renaissance architecture in Rome, was designed by Donato Bramante (1444-1515), who had arrived in the city after the fall from power of his employer Duke Ludovico Sforza of Milan, to become the leading architect of Pope Julius II and a fierce rival of Michelangelo. The Chiostro, or cloister, is the ...

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    Jewish Ghetto

    17 reviews

    Historically speaking, it deserves a visit. Near a Vestal Virgin historical spot. Best Jewish artichokes (flattened and fried) served near original gate to Roman wall in area.

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    Pope Benedict XVI

    12 reviews

    I saw Pope Benedict give a Sunday Blessing in 2005 a few months after he became Pope. It was amazing to feel the energy and devotion of the crown in St. Peter's Square and though the Pope was a tiny dot hundreds of yards away, it was pretty neat that he was there speaking to the crowd.

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    Piazza della Minerva

    1 review

    Bernini's elephant obelisk isn't always noticed the first time around, but here you can see one of Rome's eleven Egyptian obelisks, set in the back of an elephant no less. The elephant is said to be turning its back on Santa Maria Sopra Minerva, the Dominican church on the piazza, as a silent protest against the harsh policies of the ...

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    Santa Cecilia

    2 reviews

    Beautiful medieval square in Rome with basilica and Romanesque tower. This is hidden Rome. Especially nice for a stroll if you are staying in the Trastevere.

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