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Great Tour!

Going with a guide is so worth the money.


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Priscilla J

This was an amazing experience and worth every penny! August was so busy in Rom!! I hate queuing and have no patience for it.... even though the line stretched all around the colosseum, our tour guides got us right in. The only queue we had to make was just a quick one for security. After that, our tour went smoothly, the guide was very knowledgeable and you could feel his enthusiasm about Rome and history. I recommend this tour for everyone wanting to enjoy the colosseum to the fullest.


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In depth tour

The Colosseum isn't so so massive, but I definitely wouldn't have appreciated all that's inside if I didn't take a tour. It's completely worth the price.


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it was quite good experience visiting Colosseum underground. The guide was good and had very good knowledge of the history. Definitely, recommend this tour of colosseum underground.


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Cool Experience

The Colosseum is wicked! So glad I chose the underground tour.


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Roberto - 2nd time visit

The first time I visited I wandered around alone; loved the Colosseum, but I was looking for some more background info this time. The tour was great and really informative. My guide gave us loads of facts to ponder on.


Visit Rome Pantheon

Rome was not built in a day, and when you visit the Pantheon you will see why! This mighty and imposing feat of architecture is truly a wonder to behold. A symbol and legend of Ancient Rome. The former temple has survived the ravages of time, attacks by barbarians and earthquakes for over 2000 years. What is the Pantheon, who built it, and why is it such a visionary example of ancient civilization? Plan your exclusive itineraries, and book your Rome Pantheon tickets online to find out all the legends and myths behind these mighty ruins. 

Reserve your Pantheon tickets Rome offers and explore the magical site.

Towering above the Piazza della Rotonda, the Pantheon stands in the heart of the Eternal City. Even after thousands of years, it is still striking to behold! The spectacular proportions, design, and architectural harmony symbolize the visionary advancements of Roman civilization. Of all of the city’s historic monuments, the Pantheon Ancient Rome boasts is the best preserved. How it survived the barbarian raids that shattered much of the rest of the city is also a mystery. Once a temple to honor the Planetary Gods: the dome represents the earth and the opening is the sun; today the Pantheon functions as a church. Stand in the center of this ancient monument and gaze up at the grandest unreinforced concrete dome in the world. Maximize your time in the iconic city and choose one of the guided tours to really appreciate this wonder of the ancient world. 

Pantheon Tours: Visitor Highlights

#Pantheon: An Instaonishing Site!

Rome Pantheon Tickets: Buying Tips

Prepare For Your Pantheon Visit

Quick Facts



Known For

Ancient Monuments

Activity Type

Rome Pantheon Tour

Yearly Visitors

7 Million +

High Season

July & August

Currency Required

European Euro

Time Zone

GMT +2:00

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Pantheon Tours: Visitor Highlights

  • The Oculus: look up at the 9-meter hole in the dome, its only source of light.
  • Porch: stand among the 16 Corinthian columns and admire the bronze doors (originally gold) which weigh 20 tons each.
  • The Interior: the supreme architectural achievement you will see when you visit Pantheon Rome, is the perfect harmony & proportion. Appreciate the understated beauty of the circular interior, designed to represent the planet earth. 
  • Raphael’s Tomb: visit the resting place of the Renaissance genius Raphael (between the 2nd and 3rd openings on the left). On a Pantheon tour Rome offers you plenty to explore!
  • Interactive 3D Maps: find the top artworks hidden in the Pantheon to ensure you don’t miss a thing. Part of the self-audio-guided Pantheon Rome Tour. 
  • Madonna and Child: this icon was recovered from underneath layers of paint. One of the rarest surviving paintings of this period. 

#Pantheon: An Instaonishing Site!

One of the most inspirational buildings of Western architecture, the Pantheon is also extremely photogenic! Don’t miss these golden opportunities for photos to cherish forever: 

  • Pantheon Ceiling: if you only take one photo of the Pantheon Rome inside, point your camera upwards! Tip: position the oculus hole in the ceiling off-center for an arty shot.
  • Portico: the classic image of this historic site. Zoom in and capture the inscription above the porch: “M·AGRIPPA·L·F·COS·TERTIUM·FECIT" (Marcus Agrippa, son of Lucius, consul for the third time, built this.). 
  • Moonlit Pantheon: the floodlit Roman temple against a starry sky is truly celestial.

Got a winner? Choose your best snap from one of the three most instagrammable spots listed above, post it on your IG, and tag #dotravelgram!

Rome Pantheon Tickets: Buying Tips

  • Do you need tickets for the Pantheon Rome? Technically the Pantheon Rome admission costs nothing as the entrance is free! Although there is no Pantheon Rome entrance fee, bear in mind that you are visiting one of the most important monuments of Western Civilization. Booking tickets to Rome attractions that include Pantheon admission ensures you get to experience this site without waiting hours in line. 
  • Choosing a private Pantheon Rome tour or purchasing an audio guide will ensure you see and experience all the highlights, and learn to distinguish myth from fact! Guided tours include fast tract Pantheon Rome admission.
  • Short on time? Rome Pantheon skip the line tickets often come as part of a Rome City Tour. One of Rome’s largest attractions, the Pantheon is located near the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and Piazza Navona.
  • Want to save money? Visiting the Pantheon is free, but most Rome monuments are not. If you plan on visiting the Pantheon in Rome alongside other major sites, then choosing combination tickets ensures you get fast track access to the main sites while saving money! For more hacks, here is the Quick Tourist Guide to Rome.
  • Rome attraction tickets: Popular combinations include the Pantheon and Rome Colosseum tickets, or alongside the Roman Forum. For a whistle-stop tour of the Eternal City, grab a Rome Gold Pass.

Prepare For Your Pantheon Visit

  • Avoid the crowds: head to the monument early in the morning (opening time from 8.30 am) or just before it shuts at 7.30 pm (6 pm on Sundays). 
  • Be respectful: the Pantheon was a pagan temple, and since being partially destroyed and reconstructed after the fire in 80 AD it became a church. Dress appropriately (no bare shoulders, shorts or miniskirts) and respect the signs for “Silence”. 
  • Choose to be informed: there may be no need to budget for Pantheon pricing as general admission is free! Nevertheless, to appreciate this ancient wonder it is well worth to book a Pantheon audio guide on arrival or book Rome Pantheon tickets as part of a guided tour. 
  • Picnics not needed: You’re in the heart of Rome and the Pantheon is surrounded by cafes, restaurants and some of the best gelato in the city! After wandering around the lavish interior of the temple, you can sit in the square and people watch over your Italian wine. 
  • Take your time: Some people spend hours in the Pantheon, others rush through in five minutes. Give yourself at least 20 minutes to fully appreciate the architecture and artwork inside.  


Where is the Pantheon?

The Pantheon is located in Piazza della Rotonda, in the heart of Rome.

What is the Pantheon?

Originally a Roman Temple, it is now a church in the center of Rome. It was constructed on the remains of an older temple for pagan gods of Ancient Rome. Marcus Agrippa commissioned the original temple during the reign of Augustus.

Who built the Pantheon?

It was designed by Emperor Hadrian from 120 AD who was passionate about architecture. Together with a renowned Greek architect, Apollodorus of Damascus. Hadrian later executed the architect because of a disagreement concerning the design of the temple. Best not to argue with Roman Emperors!

When was the Pantheon built?

The original temple was built in around 27 BC, then the completion was commissioned in around 120 AD (estimated between 118 and 125 AD).

Do you need tickets for the Pantheon in Rome?

Technically the Pantheon Rome admission costs nothing as the entrance is free! Although there is no Pantheon Rome entrance fee, bear in mind that you are visiting one of the most important monuments of Western Civilization. Booking tickets to Rome attractions that include Pantheon admission ensures you get to experience this site without waiting hours in line. Although you cannot buy Pantheon Rome official tickets, you can purchase a Rome Gold VisitPass, which includes fast track entry into the Pantheon. For an informed visit, you can choose to be part of a private tour, or hire a guide too.

Why choose Pantheon Rome tickets?

echnically there is no Pantheon entrance fee. The only downside of this is that while you will save money, you will waste up to 3 hours in the queue to get inside. Booking your Roman Pantheon tickets as part of a combination tour, or Pantheon Roma Pass will ensure that you have priority admission to Pantheon Rome.

When should I go to the Pantheon?

The Pantheon is a hugely popular attraction and gets extremely crowded during the day. The busiest time of the day is late morning (when the sun streaming through the Oculus makes for a great photo). For a more peaceful visit, head to the Pantheon around 8.30 am when it opens or late afternoon (before 6.30 pm).

Is the Pantheon open on Sunday?

Yes, the Pantheon is open on Sundays, however only in the mornings until 1 pm. Check the Pantheon Rome hours before your visit to make sure it is open.

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