The Roman Catacombs is a network of underground cemeteries, dug by the inhabitants approx. in the middle of the second century.
Many martyrs, christians and 16 popes lie here. The most well-known and made available to tourists are the Catacombs of St. Callistus, St. Sebastian and St. Domitilla Catacombs. All are located in close proximity to each other, each of the is visited separately (separate fee).
Walking takes place in language groups with a guide, many languages available.
Walking time is about 30-40 minutes.
CC licence: some rights reserved by Federico ScorzoniAdress:
Via Appia Antica, 110/126, Roma, Italy
open daily except Wednesdays from 9:00-12:00, closed in FebruaryTickets adults:
- Children up to 6 years free admission
- Free admission for people with disabilities