Guided visits of Rome’s undergrounds
Our guided tours in the undergrounds of Rome will give you the opportunity to admire hidden and normally inaccessible archaeological sites and areas.
An expert guide will take you to discover this underground historical and archaeological heritage, a precious testimony of the millenary history of Rome.
You can choose from a wide selection of undergrounds sites that can be visited.
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Temple of Claudius undergrounds
This unique visit will allow you to experience the thrill of exploring an archaeological cave; you reach a particularly impressive cave with ponds and underground structures from the time of Claudius, as well as visiting the bomb shelters of the last world war
San Nicola in Carcere undergrounds
The remains of three pagan temples, one of the oldest in Rome, are preserved. The ancient lanes of the republican city, which developed inside the Olitorio forum, and the offices of money changers, which were used by the numerous merchants, are frequent visitors to the temples of the forum
A labyrinth of underground passageways through which they moved the slaves and gladiators who were preparing for combat.
The mithraeum of the Circus Maximus
The mithraeum is one of the largest places of worship of the god Mithras known in Rome. A magnificent white marble relief evokes the Taurobolio ceremony, during which a bull was killed
Trevi’s underground district: Water city and Vicus Caprarius
Discovering the origins of the Vergine Aqueduct, below the Trevi Fountain!
Jewish Catacombs of Vigna Randanini
The only Jewish catacomb complex open in Rome, characterized by the presence of the characteristic niches (kokhim). The environments of great beauty and charm make this tour a very special experience.
Basilica of San Clemente undergrounds
The primitive church of S. Clemente, today underground, was built on the foundations of a Roman house (domus) of the III century.
The Meridiana of Augustus
The Horologium Sun was commissioned by the emperor Caesar Augustus after the conquest of Egypt, using the obelisk of Pharaoh Psammetichus II which cast its shadow on the large horizontal dial
Basilic of Santa Maria Maggiore undergrounds
The Basilica preserves beautiful underground structures from the Roman period. You can see the remains of a thermal plant, with painted structures, kiosks and typical suspensurae, as well as a beautiful fresco representing the agricultural Roman calendar.
Church of St. Paolo alla Regola undergrounds
Under the old Palace of the Mirrors, there is an interesting archaeological site with the remains of Horrea Vespasiani, where food was preserved, and a house with a courtyard, rooms paved with mosaics, terracotta pipes for the passage of water and an old laundry.
Church of S. Maria in Via Lata
There are the remains of Roman buildings, well represented in a ‘layering’ of the early imperial period and subsequent early Christian structures. In the basement there is a well that shows the presence of water, according to legend this emerged as a result of the prayers of St. Paul
St. Pasquale Bylon
An underground archaeological complex consisting of islets and mosaics of particular prestige and interest.