Rome, Italy

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commentOffered in: English

Overview

The Capuchin Crypt—monk-bone-laden chapels underneath the Church of Santa Maria della Concezione—is one of Rome’s most macabre attractions. It’s also, it turns out, a great place to see religious art. With this tour, skip the stuffy Vatican and head for a guided visit of the Capuchin museum and church, home to a Caravaggio painting, and then sit for a concert of Gregorian chants and polyphonic sacred music.
  • Listen to a concert of sacred music in the bone-laden Capuchin Crypt
  • Ideal for travelers who want to see a macabre side of Rome’s religious history
  • The tour is limited to 30 people, so you won’t get crowded out in the narrow crypt
  • See a Caravaggio painting in the church museum

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, Sep 2018

Hauntingly beautiful! Unforgettable.

L
, Oct 2017

Interesting tour of the crypt and church. Really enjoyed the concert. Some people took flash photos so the lights were turned up which destroyed the mood somewhat but enjoyed the evening.


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