"Castel Sant Angelo" Castel Sant'Angelo Tip by fishandchips

Castel Sant'Angelo, Rome: 146 reviews and 289 photos


The castle was built in the 2nd century AD as a tomb for Emperor Hadrian. It was built over the Roman walls and is linked to the Vatican by an underground passage (for fleeing Popes?). If you visit here a must is a trip through the Renaissance apartments. You can also go through the dank prison cells that once echoed with the screams of torture.

Address: Lungotevere Castello, 50, 00186 Roma, Italy
Directions: Off Piazza Adriana or the St. Angelo Bridge
Phone: +39 06 681 9111
Website: http://www.castelsantangelo.com/

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  • Written Jan 30, 2006
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