This is a 500 year old pilgrimage connecting some of Rome’s most important churches. Traditionally a full day walking pilgrimage, I’ve condensed this to a half day with access to a private car – because your soul is important, and so is your time. We’ll begin with a 7 a.m. Mass at Saint Peter’s Basilica. Our private car will then take us to visit the tomb of Saint Paul. Next we’ll see the footprints Christ left when He appeared to Peter as he was fleeing Rome and the tomb of Saint Sebastian. We’ll stop by the Cathedral of Rome and then pray before the relics of the Passion. Next we’ll pay a visit to several early martyrs of the Church, Saints Lawrence, Stephen, and Justin. We’ll end our pilgrimage in front of Salus Populi Romani, the Protectress of Rome.
Churches we’ll visit:
Saint Peter’s Basilica
Saint Paul Outside the Walls
Saint John Lateran
Saint Lawrence Outside the Walls
Saint Mary Major
Some of the things we’ll see:
Tomb of Saint John Paul II
Tomb of Saint Peter (but this is not the Scavi Tour)
Tomb of Saint Paul
Footprints of Christ
Tomb of Saint Sebastian
Table used at the Last Supper
Part of the True Cross
A nail from the Crucifixion
Two thorns from the Crown of Thorns
Tomb of Saints Lawrence, Stephen, and Justin
This is your private tour and can be fully customized.
This tour lasts approximately 6 hours and begins with Mass at 7 a.m.
We will have access to our car and driver for 5 hours following the Mass.
The total cost for up to 6 people is just €600. (that’s total, not per person, and includes our private van and driver)
The total cost for 7 people and up is just €750. (that’s total, not per person, and includes our private minibus and driver)