Castel Sant'Angelo Entrance Ticket

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  • Visit Rome's iconic mausoleum-turned-museum with skip-the-line ticket
  • Journey through time as you traverse the paths where emperors and popes left their mark
  • Admire the Tiber River from the castle's vantage point
  • Explore countless Renaissance murals, paintings, and statues adorning the castle
Discover the monumental and historic Castel Sant'Angelo, a cylindrical structure on the Tiber's banks that encompasses a mausoleum, a monument, and a museum. Obtain skip-the-line tickets to immerse yourself in the captivating drama of Rome's history while enjoying breathtaking rooftop vistas of the Eternal City. Embarking on a visit to Castel Sant'Angelo transports you through the annals of Rome's rich past. Once a resting place for Emperor Hadrian's remains and subsequent emperors up to Caracalla, it now stands as one of Rome's foremost attractions. Simply present your skip-the-line tickets for Castel Sant'Angelo and witness the transformations this fortress underwent alongside the evolving city of Rome. Originally a mausoleum, it has also served as a palace, a fortress, a prison, and even provided the awe-inspiring backdrop for Puccini's opera, Tosca. While the lower floors may feel chilly and confined, the upper levels tell a different tale. Marvel at the opulent Renaissance interiors, featuring magnificent murals that adorn the ceilings. Explore the Museo Nazionale di Castel Sant'Angelo, which houses a remarkable collection of artwork and military artifacts.
    • Last admission: 1 hour before closing
    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Smartphone tickets accepted
    • Skip the line, go to the turnstile and show your smartphone ticket.

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Castel Sant'Angelo
Lungotevere Castello, 50

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