Underground adventures

Why do this tour

This is an ideal tour for those who seek thrill, mystery and hidden treasures.

Highlights of this Tour

  • Catacombs and basilica of St. Agnes
  • Basilica di San Clemente
  • Temple of the Persian God of the sun Mithra
  • Roman apartment building
  • Capuchin crypt and museum
  • Barberini square
  • Triton fountain


Start: Time of the tour will be decided upon booking

Tour lasts: 4 hours

Meeting point: At the subway station Sant Agnese-Annibaliano Metro B1. Upon request the guide can met you at the hotel.


Capuchin crypt and museum: 8.50 euros adults, 5 euros children under 18 years of age.

Basilica di San Clemente: 10 euros adults, free entrance children under 16 years of age.

Catacombs: 8 euros adults, 5 euros children under 18 years of age.

Public transportation tickets: 3 euros per person.

Upon request, if you prefer to move around in an air-conditioned vehicle we can put you in contact with a company that offers this service.

Important information: The places visited on tour are underground and narrow. The temperature even in the summer is 60 F so bring a light sweater or jacket to wear.

Tour description

Darkness, cold, silence, secret passages and narrow corridors … Visiting the undergrounds of Rome is truly an unforgettable experience!

First visit the Catacombs of St. Agnes on via Nomentana. Rome has over 50 catacombs, all are located outside the Ancient city walls. One of the smallest and less known are the Catacombs of St Agnes, named after the roman virgin Agnes who in the year 304 got martyred for her faith in Jesus Christ.

From here we’ll take the subway to the Basilica di San Clemente, commonly called the ‘tiramisu’ church because of its many underground layers. Here it’s possible to go 50ft below the ground where under the modern streets lays an ancient basilica, a Roman house and a very mysterious temple.

Last but not least, the dark Capuchin crypt under the church of Santa Maria della Concezione at Via Veneto. The crypt consists of five chapels whose walls are lined with art composition of the bones of over 4,000 monks that died in the monastery. It’s a freighting but beautiful in its peculiarity.

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Catacombe di Sant’Agnese, Basilica di San Clemente, Capuchin crypt at Santa Maria della Concezione.