A Roman Tradition: the Ring of the Seven Churches
A moving roman tradition would involve thousands of believers in this pilgrimage of the seven most important churches of Rome in one day. A ring tour which crossed the whole of town and that you can repeat to have a peculiar and complete tour of Rome. In fact, moving between the seven churches (St. John Lateran, Holy Cross in Jerusalem, St. Prassede, St. Mary Major, St. Peter in chains, St. Lorenzo and St. Paul) you can basically visit all of Rome from different perspectives and districts and compare the modern and the old town. All of the seven churches are amazing and through their differences you can read centuries of history and art live plenty of emotions. These churches tell the real essence of Rome as a Christian capital.
This one day tour will bring you in different part of town focusing on these seven churches: St. John Lateran the oldest roman Basilica; Holy Cross in Jerusalem built to preserve the Holy Cross relics; St. Prassede sparkling with mosaics; St. Mary Major the biggest church consecrated to Mary; St. Peter in chains where you will admire Michelangelo’s Moses; St. Lorenzo the result of the blending of two churches and St. Paul on Via Ostiense to remember the gestures of the apostle Paul.
St. John Lateran
Holy Cross in Jerusalem
St Mary Mayor
St. Paul outside the Walls
- at the exit of metro San Giovanni, near the Foodie Cafè and Bistrot/Casina Donati.
- at your accommodation (on request): the pick up from your lodging is available if it is in the centre of Rome and the cost of the taxi is on you.
+ € 500,00 private luxury car and driver per tour (per group price: family, friends, colleagues...)