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The Basilica di San Clemente al Lateranois a medieval church which has an extremely long history. Although the church itself is beautiful, the real treasure is to be found underground, in the excavations below. You’ll be able to see the Roman villa that originally stood on the site and had been used as a Mithraeum (a temple to Mithras), plus the 4th-century Christian basilica that predates the upper church and houses ancient frescoes.
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Rome: Crypts & Catacombs Tour with Bone Chapel Visit

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Descend into the chill of Rome’s mysterious underworld on the city’s longest running crypts and catacombs tour. Travelling in an air-conditioned coach, you’ll skip the line into three of the city’s strangest discoveries.
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Skip the Line: Crypts and Roman Catacombs Small-Group Walking Tour

Descend into the chill of Rome’s mysterious underworld with Skip-the-Line access to three of the city’s strangest discoveries. Unmask a new side to the Eternal City as you explore the eerie Bone Chapel, adorned with the bones of 4,000 Capuchin monks, and the Christian Catacombs, a series of hidden tunnels where early Christian’s practiced their forbidden faith. Then travel beneath the Basilica San Clemente to discover layers of ancient foundations offering an insight to civilizations long fallen.
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Rome: Catacombs and Capuchin Crypt Tour

This tour will bring you to the famous "Bones Church" of Rome, famous for the decorations made out of bones of deceased Capuchin monks. See the early Christian catacombs on the Appian Way. Admission to all sites & transportation between them are included.
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St. Clements Basilica and Quattro Coronati Church Small-Group Tour

Visit Rome’s famous 3-tiered underground church, the Basilica of San Clemente, on a 3-hour guided tour. Taking in the church’s 1st, 4th, and 12th century buildings, the tour showcases mosaics, frescoes, an underground schoolroom, and a maze of corridors made from volcanic stone.  Then you will visit the Santi Quattro Coronati Church: originally built in C. IV it is subject to particular devotion by stone-cutters an marble-carvers, and with the Oratorio di San Silvestro and the decorations with frescoes dated C: XIII which describes some episodes from the legend of Costantino.  As you explore, you’ll learn about the saints and cardinals connected with the fascinating church from your guide. Numbers are limited to 13 for a small-group experience.
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St. Clemente & Quattro Coronati Church Small Group Tour

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Discover the early, underground Basilica of San Clemente in Rome on a 1.5-hour guided tour, and admire the 13th-century mosaics and Arabesque motifs in the Apse. Get access to hidden rooms, including the Altar of Mithras and Mithraic Schoolroom.
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Rome: San Clemente Underground & St. Peter in Chains Church

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Descend 100 feet underground in the Basilica of San Clemente and discover 2,000 years of history. Then, visit the Church of St. Peter in Chains.
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San Clemente Basilica & his Underground Small-Group Tour

A 2.5-hour tour for those who want to experience the treasures of Rome off the beaten path. You will be introduced to art and architecture from antiquity through the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. With your professional art historian guide, visit San Clemente underground, San Pietro in Vincoli church, and Ludus Magnus. Shared tour includes all entrance fees and is limited to a maximum of 15 - 20 people. With this tour you can maximise your time enjoying awesome experience. Tour for family with kids, groups of friends and couples.
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General Information

Opening hours

From Monday to Saturday, the excavations are open from 9 am to 12.30 pm and from 3 pm to 6 pm. On Sundays and public holidays, the excavations are open from 12.15 pm to 6 pm. Final entry to the excavations is half an hour before they close. Mass is celebrated daily at 8 am and 6.30 pm in Italian. On Sundays, mass is said in Italian at 9 am and 11 am, and from September until June it’s also celebrated in English at 10 am.


Basilica San Clemente
Via Labicana 95
00184 Rome


The upper church is free to enter. Tickets for the excavations cost €10 for adults and €5 for students up to the age of 26. Children under the age of 16 visiting with their parents can enter free of charge, if they are visiting without their parents then their tickets cost €5.

How to get there

It’s easy to reach the basilica by public transport. Tram lines 3 and 8 stop at Labicana, as do bus numbers 51, 85, and 87. The church is also an 8-minute walk from Colosseo metro station (served by line B) and a 10-minute walk from Manzoni-Museo della Liberazione metro station (served by line A).
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