Pantheon in Rome

Pantheon Guided Sightseeing of Rome

Pantheon will continue to be free for Rome residents

Visiting the Pantheon in Rome will no longer be free to tourists who will be required to pay a €5 entry fee, following an agreement reached between Italy’s culture ministry and church authorities.

Access to the landmark, which attracted a record 9.3 million visitors in 2019, will remain free to residents of Rome, people attending religious services and the under-18s, while visitors under 25 will pay an entry fee of €2.

Under the agreement, announced on Thursday, proceeds from the ticket sales will be divided between the culture ministry, which will take 70 per cent, with the remaining 30 per cent going to the diocese of Rome.

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